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Ex-teammate: Lance Armstrong is 'worthy of redemption'
Sat Jan 19, 2013
No one commented on my thoughts that it has not been proven that Lance got any benefits from the drugs. Please give reliable evidence, using a scientific method that he did. Hell, they may have interferred with his sleep, rebounds may have worked in opposite ways. Until this is done, all you cynics …
'The little runt': For those hurt by Lance Armstrong, tell-all interview wasn't enough
Fri Jan 18, 2013
Lance, nice to have so many friends, always ready to pounce -- from nowhere, because most have been nowhere. As a physician, I would advise you to request proof that the drugs work in the first place. It will take a thoroughly scientific approach including; double blind testing, perfectly-controlle …
Chrysler's PT Cruiser hits end of the road
Fri Jul 9, 2010
The PT is a good car. I have driven one for 7 years with no mechanical problems. In my model the speedometer was set too deep to be easily read and the car had a wide turning radius, otherwise it (a turbo) had plenty of power and was a great road car at 70-80 mph. (I have had Porsches and Cadillacs …
Gay barracks? Military faces thorny questions
Sat May 29, 2010
There were over 480,000 homosexuals serving during WWll. at least 48,000 were in combat. SOLUTION; STRENGHTEN AND ENFORCE SEXUAL HARASSMENT POLICIES
BP struggles with ways to plug gusher
Mon May 10, 2010
Why don't they place a large sheet of steel or lead over the opening? Pressure will seal it or crush the pipe.
What do you think is the ugliest car?
Thu Oct 8, 2009
The Kaiser was a beautiful car!
Ten cars we loved to hate
Tue Oct 6, 2009
sanfran96, I have a PT Cruiser, and its a great car. Reminds me of a '38 Ford. I may add some 1940 elevated head lights to it and a fake spare tire. Don't knock hearses; they don't look too bad--- Cadillacs. Again my ugliest car was the 1935? Chrysler Airflite or, maybe a 1950 upside-down Nash sed …
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