|What is wrong with all of you?||CharlesTT|
Sep 14, 2002 10:51 AM
|I have been looking over this whole forum and reading things I have already read and some I haven't. All I am able to hear is a load of crap about how you all are tired of things that happen over and over. Like LA winning the tour or Chippo winning stages. The worst thing I read was people complaining about Phil and Paul. Will you all start talking about relevant topics. If you are tired of watching or seeing something, then just screw it, stop watching and leave the rest of us alone.
The truth is that you shouldn't even care. I mean no soul on this forum will ever become what euro-pro cycling is. (unless you a junior or U23 like me) I mean the guy that drops out of the vuelta on the first road stage, you are all a million miles away from that even. The only thing you should do is like it and promote it like pros do. Finally I said this, and the fact that I am a junior means that I am going to get a lot of $#!% responses from this and I am ready......
.......so start typing.
Sep 14, 2002 4:13 PM
|Thats what I thought||CharlesTT|
Sep 15, 2002 12:07 AM
|It has been most of a day and I have gotten no responses. I know exactly why too. You all know I am right and are sitting there in shame with the fact that some 14 year old is mouthing off to a bunch older people and there is nothing you can do about it. Typical....|
Sep 15, 2002 4:41 AM
|you're much too obvious, try again... nm||Djudd|
Sep 15, 2002 5:46 AM
Sep 16, 2002 4:29 PM
Sep 16, 2002 5:55 PM
|oh to be 14 and think you know it all again. Hey kid, ya got some points, but in some cases you may be dealing with some bitter old cat 1 or cat 2 racers who "realized" more of their pro cycling dream than you ever may. You've got a long road ahead of you, so keep your mouth shut until you sign your first contract. When you do, then you can talk some shit. Re: some of the talk about LA and Cippo, yes some don't understand their duties and responsibilities. Cippo dropped from the Vuelta as he must start training for the Worlds in Zolder, which is his best and probably last chance to win the Rainbow. LA's season is done, he did a great appearance in the SF and NYC GP's which will help promote cycling to kids like you in this country far better than him racing in Spain. I dig your enthusiasm, we'll see if it holds for the next 15 years, I hope so.
Learn to respect your elders because in 15 years you'll think you were a jackass for making such statements.