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Date Posted: 14:59:32 09/21/04 Tue
Author: wondering
Subject: Re: Bad news for Tyler and others?
In reply to: amifan 's message, "Re: Bad news for Tyler and others?" on 10:50:45 09/21/04 Tue

>>>Am I surprised? No. I stopped posting on this board
>>>after some venomous replies about doping and its
>>Might it have had something to do with your own
>>venomous replies and doping innuendo?
>Well, being part one of the board who took a lot of
>flak for posting my views on doping and standing up
>for others who did the same, I'd say, you have good
>reason to complain Sweatpea!
>I too had some pondering to do over my tea this am.
>Insurance companies can be very - clever- in not
>paying premiums. If they have any evidence of doping
>they will hold on to it like pitbulls if it means
>saving a few million.

The problem was that some of you who wanted to "discuss" doping here always sought to polarize people in the forum and Sweatpea's latest post is evidence of that. You always claimed that people here said no one doped and yet I've never seen anyone claim that.

It was never a question of whether or not some cyclists dope. Of course some do. It was always a question of having an intelligent discussion on the subject of doping and sadly most of those so quick to spread the innuendo were ill-equipped for intelligent debate. The rules for doping discussion in the new forum are well thought out and if enforced will mean we won't have to be bombarded with all the doping innuendo crap some here are/were so fond of.

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