True, the story has been innocent so far, but from here on it becomes less-so, with fraud, crime, cheating, guns, deceit, disguises, illegal substances, and the introduction of unapproved equipment.
Aldo Ross Middletown, Ohio
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From: Dennis Young <email@example.com>
Subject: Tour comic
Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2006 23:38:08 +0900
> Cute, Aldo. It is a bit hard to visualize that there was
> ever such innocence about the great event, when you
> consider all the scandal and big business concerns woven
> through the activity these days. Perhaps if there was
> somehow a tour restricted to classic bikes, it could
> find some of the lost spirit again, and the riders could
> expect a real kiss on the podium. I vote for a less
> supporting cast tour, but less I stray off topic.
> Dennis Young
> Hotaka, Japan
> > Pic of the Day Sunday Comics
> > 5 March, 2006
> > "Dydo Fait Le Tour de France"
> > Pt.10, The Great Day
> > Aldo Ross
> > Middletown, Ohio