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Is here IN ALL ITS GLORY (google docs pdf).
Taking blood out, putting blood back in, hidden refrigerators, ball patches, the whole nine yards.
Of course Floyd prior to singing like the canary had been telling everyone how clean he was, begging us to believe he was railroaded by the lab, and asking for money from his loyal fans for his defense. The Floyd Fairness Fund. And wrote a book called Positively False. Now he stands to make a boatload of cash as a Relator in a fed whistleblower case.
The allegations are probably true, and I maintain that Floyd’s win in the Tour was one of the greatest of all time, illicit though it was, but Floyd is roughly as credible as a goose poop.
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Not necessarily a positive activity in which to involve oneself.
Bike riding, however, is still the best.