Random thoughts, observations, and opinions of a software engineer in corporate America.
Published on August 5, 2004 By CS Guy In Humor
CNN is reporting that Lance Armstrong may be stripped of his 6th Tour de France title.

In a random check for banned substances, 3 were found in Armstrong's hotel room.

The 3 substances banned by the French that were found in his hotel room were as follows:

(1) Toothpaste
(2) Deodorant
(3) Soap

The French officials also found several other items which they had never seen before including a testicle and a backbone.

Comments (Page 1)
on Aug 05, 2004
HA HAHAHAHA....

Too good. I'll give that an insightful.
on Aug 05, 2004
Deodorant, indeed. Cheese-eating surrender monkeys.
on Aug 05, 2004
lol
on Aug 05, 2004

hahaha.. I was like, "What! Lance uses drugs?... Oh wait.."

That's really funny! 

on Aug 05, 2004
*Sigh*
on Aug 05, 2004
That was awesome....
on Aug 05, 2004
, That was awesome!
on Aug 05, 2004
Too Good...
on Aug 05, 2004
I don’t live in the United States but could some Americans tell me if they feel any enmity or worst towards France and the French?

Just curious because I always hear one end of the argument would like to see what you all have to say.
on Aug 05, 2004
I don’t live in the United States but could some Americans tell me if they feel any enmity or worst towards France and the French?

I don't think enmity would be the right word. Disdain might work. Apathy in most situations would be accurate. Annoyance in some situations would be right. Ultimately I don't really care what France or the French have to say because they are insignificant.

They condemn America for not being European enough, and not being French enough, but fail to realize (or choose to ignore) that by being that way we have become the most powerful nation in history. So when they start telling us how to act it just sounds like the petulence of a once super-power trying to convince us that we too should fail.

I think France would be disappointed if they knew how little we really think about them.
on Aug 05, 2004
That was a kick in the @ss! LMAO CS,.
on Aug 05, 2004
I think France would be disappointed if they knew how little we really think about them.


Like Americans would likely be if they new how little the rest of the world thinks about and of them...
on Aug 05, 2004
Like Americans would likely be if they new how little the rest of the world thinks about and of them...

Nope. Americans don't care what, or if, the rest of the world thinks about them. I think our track record of ignoring the rest of the world shows that.
on Aug 05, 2004
I don't think enmity would be the right word. Disdain might work. Apathy in most situations would be accurate. Annoyance in some situations would be right. Ultimately I don't really care what France or the French have to say because they are insignificant.


According to the BBC France currently has 510 nuclear warheads and has been developing nuclear subs and ICBMs since the 1960s. They have the range and the firepower to flatten the United States of America any time they feel like it.

Link

Your pal,
Dave

on Aug 05, 2004
"They have the range and the firepower to flatten the United States of America any time they feel like it. "
Yep, and best case we decide not to retaliate and they eventually starve without the US economy, and worst case we pulverize them at basically the same time, if not a bit sooner. Either way, a stupid point.
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