I liked the gold pants episode better where the guy was trying to unload that worthless crap that he received for doing a few bad tattoos.
chimp ears wrote:
I saw the Pawn Stars episode where Kip was on there trying to sell his medals and awards. Pretty funny when the authenticator came on and said that they were all reproductions and fake. Kip cried in ChumLee's arms as it went to commercial. Great stuff.
I think you nailed it. The posts remind me a bit of the ones about a certain TDF cyclist before a confession was made. Compare the IPs with those from the TDF cyclist's apologists (before confession).
In a world . . . wrote:
You know, although a lot of these defenses are clearly written by the same person (given the style, manner, etc.), these might be written by different people employed to defend Kip. I listen to NPR a lot and some of their programming in my area is underwritten by a company involved in protecting people's and companies' online reputation. Perhaps that is what is going on here. I am interested in seeing how this plays out.
He beat me at Gasparilla and apparently was ahead of me by under 30 seconds. No way he passed me in the last mile. Hell I don't remember _anyone passing me in the last mile for that matter. IIRC there were four picture points after the turnaround that year and one either from the overpass or a small raised crane deal. I may need to dig through pictures now.
too much crap to smell wrote:
Sure dude, where are all the witnesses who saw him flying by them as he would have if he actually had ran the whole way and started at the back of the pack? Why is not one person who ran coming forward that they saw him blow by but instead only runners who came up on him and passed him???
Actually, it was the 5K. It dropped 20 degrees in the two days before and was in the low 40s, and started raining just before the gun. It was freezing. That was the year where they made an S in the course on brick cobblestones to get out onto Bayshore. They were slippery as hell.
Gasping for air 15k wrote:
REALLY? Amazing. And so at least a half dozen of the runners that finished around him ran with him for about 5 miles of the 15k and have come forward to say that they remember him? Oh that's right, they didn't. You have no pictures, you are a liar and you know it. Your pictures don't exist and neither do you.