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The Drunken Cyclist documents a Lance Armstrong shove for 'Syringe-Man' during an Amgen Tour of California outing.
Armstrong may have shoved the guy into the snow, but somehow we think he made
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Posted by GRG51 on 02/22/2009 | Permalink
Amgen Tour of California, Controversy, Doping, EPO, HGH, Lance Armstrong, Steroids, Tour de France
i think hes passed all his roid tests are because hes a VERY huge idal to cancer pationtsi mean wouldnt it hert the kids who look up to this guy and then found out hes cheating!!!! but it makes sence he dosnt have enuf balls anyway *watever u want it to mean* i really think hes a big asshole that fucken cheating dick
02/25/2009 at 21:33
we may judge a man’s ability by three things ：by what he has done （including the impression he has made on others ），by what he himself appears to believe he can do ，by our own dramatic imagination ，based on his immediate personality ，of what he might do． If these do not agree it is prudent to observe him further．
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09/23/2010 at 04:39
nobody mess with this men, he can be nice, but he don't have to hang out this, that a man be interferind in your job, no men definitely nobody can hang out this.
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04/18/2011 at 08:33
I think can ignore what he did. Armstrong has been dong an important careers and we need more initiatives like this one, specially if that comes form his forces.
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05/09/2011 at 12:01
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