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Have been personally lambasted in pleadings and by Polgar supporters
here and on rgcp for having raised the issue of drugs in professional
cycling, noting how many of Lance Armstrong's former teammates have gone
down for drug use, there is an article in today's NY Times reporting
that an arrest warrant has been issued against Floyd Landis, the
dethroned 2006 Tour de France winner. The arrest is for computer hacking
of the French National drug testing laboratory for the purpose of
tampering with data to make it look as though the lab was sloppy and
unreliable. They caught the hackers because a trojan infecting the labs
computers was placed there from the IP address of Landis' trainer and
major defender Arnie Baker. Them there IP addresses don't lie.
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/sp...ef=global-home
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On Feb 15, 4:38*pm, MrVidmar wrote:
Have been personally lambasted in pleadings and by Polgar supporters
here and on rgcp for having raised the issue of drugs in professional
cycling, noting how many of Lance Armstrong's former teammates have gone
down for drug use, there is an article in today's NY Times reporting
that an arrest warrant has been issued against Floyd Landis, the
dethroned 2006 Tour de France winner. The arrest is for computer hacking
of the French National drug testing laboratory for the purpose of
tampering with data to make it look as though the lab was sloppy and
unreliable. They caught the hackers because a trojan infecting the labs
computers was placed there from the IP address of Landis' trainer and
major defender Arnie Baker. Them there IP addresses don't lie.http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/sp...is.html?ref=gl...


If you look at pictures of pre-1970 athletes and compare their arms,
shoulders, and waists to todays jocks you'll see an amazing increase.
Why? Drugs of course. The Soviets pioneered drugs for body building.
You can't really build arms that big without expanding your waist too.
just doing concentration curls will help you get a six-pack. Look at
Vin Diesel, Stallone, Wesley Snipes...all narrow waisted big armed
juicers...designer drugs...
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juicers...designer drugs...


designer genes, in some cases
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On Feb 15, 4:38*pm, MrVidmar wrote:
Have been personally lambasted in pleadings and by Polgar supporters
here and on rgcp for having raised the issue of drugs in professional
cycling, noting how many of Lance Armstrong's former teammates have gone
down for drug use, there is an article in today's NY Times reporting
that an arrest warrant has been issued against Floyd Landis, the
dethroned 2006 Tour de France winner. The arrest is for computer hacking
of the French National drug testing laboratory for the purpose of
tampering with data to make it look as though the lab was sloppy and
unreliable. They caught the hackers because a trojan infecting the labs
computers was placed there from the IP address of Landis' trainer and
major defender Arnie Baker. Them there IP addresses don't lie.http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/sp...is.html?ref=gl...


No doubt the Nearly an IM from Brattleboro, VT, will undertake a
stylistic analysis of the data to prove Paul Truong wasn't involved.
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The Historian wrote:
On Feb 15, 4:38 pm, MrVidmar wrote:
Have been personally lambasted in pleadings and by Polgar supporters
here and on rgcp for having raised the issue of drugs in professional
cycling, noting how many of Lance Armstrong's former teammates have gone
down for drug use, there is an article in today's NY Times reporting
that an arrest warrant has been issued against Floyd Landis, the
dethroned 2006 Tour de France winner. The arrest is for computer hacking
of the French National drug testing laboratory for the purpose of
tampering with data to make it look as though the lab was sloppy and
unreliable. They caught the hackers because a trojan infecting the labs
computers was placed there from the IP address of Landis' trainer and
major defender Arnie Baker. Them there IP addresses don't lie.http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/sp...is.html?ref=gl...


No doubt the Nearly an IM from Brattleboro, VT, will undertake a
stylistic analysis of the data to prove Paul Truong wasn't involved.

Maybe Truong can consult for Landis on how to blow smoke regarding IP
addresses.


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On Feb 16, 11:10*am, MrVidmar wrote:
The Historian wrote:
On Feb 15, 4:38 pm, MrVidmar wrote:
Have been personally lambasted in pleadings and by Polgar supporters
here and on rgcp for having raised the issue of drugs in professional
cycling, noting how many of Lance Armstrong's former teammates have gone
down for drug use, there is an article in today's NY Times reporting
that an arrest warrant has been issued against Floyd Landis, the
dethroned 2006 Tour de France winner. The arrest is for computer hacking
of the French National drug testing laboratory for the purpose of
tampering with data to make it look as though the lab was sloppy and
unreliable. They caught the hackers because a trojan infecting the labs
computers was placed there from the IP address of Landis' trainer and
major defender Arnie Baker. Them there IP addresses don't lie.http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/sp...is.html?ref=gl...


No doubt the Nearly an IM from Brattleboro, VT, will undertake a
stylistic analysis of the data to prove Paul Truong wasn't involved.


Maybe Truong can consult for Landis on how to blow smoke regarding IP
addresses.


Can you imagine Landis using Innes to blow smoke for him? Innes would
claim that a stylistic analysis shows a strong 'horizontal tendency'
in the data, and conclude it was a conspiracy by a bunch of recumbent
riders to frame Landis.
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The Historian wrote:
On Feb 16, 11:10 am, MrVidmar wrote:
The Historian wrote:
On Feb 15, 4:38 pm, MrVidmar wrote:
Have been personally lambasted in pleadings and by Polgar supporters
here and on rgcp for having raised the issue of drugs in professional
cycling, noting how many of Lance Armstrong's former teammates have gone
down for drug use, there is an article in today's NY Times reporting
that an arrest warrant has been issued against Floyd Landis, the
dethroned 2006 Tour de France winner. The arrest is for computer hacking
of the French National drug testing laboratory for the purpose of
tampering with data to make it look as though the lab was sloppy and
unreliable. They caught the hackers because a trojan infecting the labs
computers was placed there from the IP address of Landis' trainer and
major defender Arnie Baker. Them there IP addresses don't lie.http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/16/sp...is.html?ref=gl...
No doubt the Nearly an IM from Brattleboro, VT, will undertake a
stylistic analysis of the data to prove Paul Truong wasn't involved.

Maybe Truong can consult for Landis on how to blow smoke regarding IP
addresses.


Can you imagine Landis using Innes to blow smoke for him? Innes would
claim that a stylistic analysis shows a strong 'horizontal tendency'
in the data, and conclude it was a conspiracy by a bunch of recumbent
riders to frame Landis.


Nice pun--recumbent frames framing Landis. FWIW, I've passed along a
copy of Dr. Cohen's expert report to the US Anti-Doping Agency along
with the name of Karl Kronenberger in the event they want to pursue
remedies. It cost USADA thousands to dollars to pursue its case against
Landis and I suspect that a significant amount of that went toward
dealing with doctored evidence presented to the CAS tribunals in the US
and Switzerland.
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