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What are we going to do with millions of yellow wristbands?

File under: I did not have sex with that woman

“L’Equipe, saying it had access to laboratory documents, reported on Tuesday that six of Armstrong’s urine samples collected on the 1999 Tour de France showed “indisputable” traces of EPO (erythropoietin).”  

Armstrong, of course, denies ever using performance enhancing drugs. After Rafael, I thought Mark McGwire or Sammy Sosa would be the next to get busted.   Is there a pool for this?

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