Tests performed on the cyclist Floyd Landis’s initial urine sample showed that some of the testosterone in his body had come from an external source, and was not naturally produced by his own system, according to a person at the International Cycling Union with knowledge of the results.If true, that's that. Sorry, Teddy. Sorry, Sister A. I understand if others want to keep riding the Free-Floyd train, but, if true, this would be the station where I get off.
Speaking of being let down, I wanted to believe in a Woody Allen return to form after Match Point--which I highly recommend--but I just saw Scoop--which I don't. I felt like I was five minutes ahead of the plot the entire way, except for a point of confusion toward the end, which was mostly because the part of the plot resolution ultimately makes no sense (sort-of spoiler in white-text, highlight to see: the poisoning and cuff-link that animate the movie's premise end up getting explained with a quick throwaway line that I didn't even understand; if someone else who sees this gets it, feel free to explain to me via e-mail.).