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So I don’t know if you care or are following it – but things are going from bad to worse for Lance Armstrong.
I am a pretty big fan of cycling – use to watch the races all the time (when you could get them on TV), and was thrilled when he started winning.
I think you had to be pretty stupid to believe he was free of drugs and that cyclists were all being tested properly for drugs.
Drugs are a fact of life in cycling – its so pervasive that its part of the culture of cycling now.
I loved Lance for a good reason – he’s an “real American” (i.e. not Italian-American or French-American etc.) who wasn’t shy about being seen in his spandex.
Seriously, American riders before him wouldn’t be interviewed in spandex shorts and they’d change out of their shorts to baggies for interviews or for TV spots they had to do or for any non-podium pictures.
It was ridiculous. Then Lance comes along with his balls out and doesn’t give a shit what people see – it was pretty cool how he’d stand toe-to-toe with the Euro-dudes in their gear and let it hang out for everyone to see.
And then he started talking about his balls openly. Fuck. That was cool.
He started going on TV and writing stuff about his cancer and how he got it in his balls first and how he had to learn what that meant and stuff.
It was great – he was super open about it – even answering questions about sexual performance and the consequences of loosing a nut and what that meant to a guy.
So scandal or no scandal – drugs or no drugs – I don’t really care – I think he’s kinda a cool guy.
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