A lie why? Because you believe it to be.
ThunderThighs wrote:getting wrong wrote:I haven't made any comments about his childhood or personal life but I completely disagree with you saying that it has nothing to do with what is happening here. The guy parades his childhood and past out for interviews and his book for Christ's sake. He makes money and publicity glorifying his childhood, past, and family. It is completely appropriate to question his about such things because, I bet you, a lot of it is going to be another lie.writer of bad comments wrote:^^^^rules is rules wrote:I'll pledge to donate $1.00 for his data regardless of whether he succeeds or has cheated.
Can I suggest that for every person who has written a bad comment that you pledge to donate $1.00 if Rob succeeds in this challenge and to double it if he is proven to have done it without cheating.
This, the comments in here are becoming disgusting, his childhood or personal life/past have nothing to do with his sporting claims or achievements.
Bunch of deluded odd people on here