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    Quote Originally Posted by niky View Post
    Ricky Martin's homo***uality didn't win him multiple championship titles and the accompanying millions of dollars in endorsements that former sponsors are now suing Armstrong to recover.
    Yep. This is going to HURT Armstrong for a very long, long time...sad to say but not even his beating cancer will be a legacy attached to his name. Instead, it'll be the lying, cheating and intimidating he employed to win at any cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by domyeongsi View Post
    This is like Ricky Martin admitting that he is gay.
    you could compare ricky with our very own bb instead.

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    Still the guts to admit his mistakes,

    Unlike the marmol , Tigas ng pamumukha na mga politico natin , harap harapan ng nahuhuli mangopya , nagnakaw( pandak) etc etc can still deny it with a straight face pa

    Tsk tsk Tsk

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    Quote Originally Posted by threx666 View Post
    Still the guts to admit his mistakes,

    Unlike the marmol , Tigas ng pamumukha na mga politico natin , harap harapan ng nahuhuli mangopya , nagnakaw( pandak) etc etc can still deny it with a straight face pa

    Task task
    Hate to kick a man when he's down, but then again, he probably won't be admitting to his "mistakes" if he wasn't caught. Well, one USADA agent or director was dogged enough to continue pursuing Lance Armstrong and he got a break when a team mate broke his silence.

    Plus, in the US, he faces a very real possibility of criminal prosecution (i.e.perjury) unlike in the PH where the enforcement of criminal and administrative laws are merely suggested and not implemented.
    Last edited by Altis6453; January 18th, 2013 at 05:52 PM.

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    Paano yung mga cash rewards he got from legal cases about doping that he and his lawyers won... He was supposed to only received 5 million for winning one of his tour de France but was withheld by the sponsor for doping allegation. He sued the sponsor and was given 7 million instead by the courts. Can he be sued for perjury?

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    Lance only admits it now because he's been caught and he's being sued left and right. He's hoping his cooperation will get him out of some of the cases now being filed against him... by that sponsor and by some outlets he sued for libel.

    Quote Originally Posted by Altis6453 View Post
    sad to say but not even his beating cancer will be a legacy attached to his name. Instead, it'll be the lying, cheating and intimidating he employed to win at any cost.


    Yung sayang yung "Livestrong"... it does good, but now that Armstrong's name is toxic... goodbye funding.

    Ang pagbalik ng comeback...

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    sayang talaga. bilib na bilib pa naman ako sa kanya dati. pero sabi nga nung iba, everyone is doping nung time na un. so kelangan niya lang sumabay. so magaling pa rin siya amongst all cyclist na gumagamit. hehehe.

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    With that elaborate scheme on doping, you'll have to ask which sport remains totally clean, especially now with records falling one after the other.

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    What makes this even more sad for most was this guy practically brought the interest of cycling sport to America.

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