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Al Spohn

Terribly sure of ourselves, aren't we? Well, in fairness I haven't read the book, but will. I guess having been duped once by Tyler Hamilton, I didn't consider it worth my time - particularly given the dubious timing of the book's release and his penchant for, time and again, playing the martyr.

In the end I suspect history will view Hamilton as the wiley snitch who finally got his slice of the notoriety pie, and Armstrong among the worlds elite athletes ( drugs or not) who was in love with himself and winning at all costs, but who, by the way, did more for those without hope than all the USADA pinheads and their stoolies could ever dream of (not that they would ever aspire to such a thing.)

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