Lance Armstrong Earrings

by latigerlilly, published

Lance Armstrong Earrings by latigerlilly Oct 23, 2012


Please print this out and hang on the rear view mirror of your car, use as a keychain, or put a metal hook in it and wear as an earring. Show suppoprt for a great American hero. The French Tour de France organizers are just jealous that an AMERICAN won the Tour de France 7 times!

Update; Earring, LanceFramed3.stl was added for easier printing without supports. Enjoy ;o)

Update; A little part of me died. I found out that Lance Armstrong admitted to doping on the Oprah Winfrey show. He is still a great man, but his gold plating has washed off. He is no longer a superhero. He is only human.

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In light of Lance's admission of guilt, I deleted one of the earring designs. Again, my apologies for the misunderstanding. I love France and I've been there many times. Nice in the spring is wonderful. I especially love the outdoor markets on the weekends. You can find lots of cool home made stuff at these outdoor markets. I shed tears when I found out my idol cheated. He is still a great athlete but he is no longer my hero because he is no longer superhuman. Winning the Tour de France multiple times is a superhuman feat, especially coming back from the brink of death as a cancer survivor. I've always admired mere mortals who've dared to do things that exceed their potential such as those mothers who went berserk and lifted a car to save their baby or the man with a prosthetic limb who can run a marathon, or the Japanese guy (Machiii) on Youtube who can deflect a bullet from a gun with his samurai sword, or the guy (Sietas) who can hold his breath for 22 minutes. All the biology books say that if the brain does not receive oxygen in 5 minutes, there is brain death, so this is a superhuman feat. Anyways, Lance Armstrong is no longer superhuman. Sniff....

I am sorry for you. Unfortunately most of sports are concerned today. At this level, sport is only a business...

A little part of me died today. He just admitted to doping on the Oprah Winfrey show.

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Print out the chicken with support at 0.1 mm or 0.2 mm layer height with support as this is very small and has overhangs. File without the chicken prints without supports. Boycott the Tour de France! Boycott France! Pay him to speak at your next function (he is having financial problems due to the false allegations).

The fact of the matter is, Lance Armstrong has NEVER had a positive drug test that was from a proven and accurate test. Recent drug tests that found him to be "positive" for doping were EXPERIMENTAL tests that don't even test directly for doping but were blood composition tests which says that the probability that his blood was naturally of the composition tested was one in a million. News flash! Lance Armstrong IS ONE IN A MILLION! Are the streets filled with 7 time Tour de France winners?! No! Please tell everyone you know that my hero, Lance Armstrong was framed! Thanks!


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latigerlilly on Jan 19, 2013 said:

A little part of me died today. He just admitted to doping on the Oprah Winfrey show.

Fastphil on Feb 18, 2013 said:

I am sorry for you. Unfortunately most of sports are concerned today. At this level, sport is only a business...

brooklyn on Oct 25, 2012 said:

"Those taken during the 2009 and 2010 Tours showed blood values whose likelihood “of occurring naturally was less than one in a million,” and other indications of blood doping."

'nuf said.

latigerlilly on Oct 27, 2012 said:

Wow you mentioned so much new info I almost sharted myself, lol. Sharted Read a couple lines above you. I mentioned those test results 3 days ago.

latigerlilly on Oct 24, 2012 said:

I know what it is like to be falsely accused. Half a dozen people had falsely accused me of a grave crime once. Everyone thought I was guilty because there were half a dozen "witnesses". However, the "witnesses" were all lying under oath because they were jealous of me, much like all of the "witnesses" against Lance Armstrong are jealous of Lance Armstrong. Lucky for me, I had made a secret recording of the event in question with a spycam and I live in a state where recordings can be made without the permission of those recorded as long as I am a participant in the conversation being recorded. I also dumpster dove for some more evidence that they thought they had disposed of. My recording and other evidence turned the tables and my accusers were reprimanded and/or fired. For fear of having the evidence stolen from me, I did not tell anyone about it until it was presented at the appropriate time and place. During the days before I told anyone of the evidence, everyone thought I was guilty. Everyone was judging me just like how you're judging Lance Armstrong right now. Even my closest friends and family thought that I was guilty, despite the lack of evidence. The entire case against me was based on a stack of lies from half a dozen people lying under oath, much like Lance Armstrong's case. Refuting HUNDREDS of lab tests showing his innocence in favor of testimony from rival bikers who were jealous of him is absurd and ridiculous. Unfortunately for Lance Armstrong, he did not have a recording of his accusers admitting that they lied under oath. Lance Armstrong will always be my hero. I see past the lies. Weedz, did you even read the USADA report I posted a link to? So, how did you just know that he was doping? Psychic abilities? Let me mention again that the "evidence" that he was doping is based on testimony from his RIVALS who hated him because they were doping and still could not beat Lance Armstrong who was NOT doping. There has NEVER been a reliable test that showed Lance Armstrong was doping. The French have always hated Americans. Go to any department store in Paris and ask any store clerk a dumb question and you'll see exactly what I mean. The French are a very proud bunch. For an American to win the Tour de FRANCE 7 times is a slap in the face of every Frenchman. Imagine if the Olympics are called the American games but nobody ever remembers an American ever winning any medals because all the medals were won by the French. Lance Armstrong is a slap in the face of France so the French have spared no expense to destroy my hero's career. I am going to write the USADA and I invite you to write them, too. http://www.usada.org/contact

Fastphil on Oct 24, 2012 said:

Sorry but your personal experience with false accusation and your personal problem against French people cannot be an argument and is not representative of American people.
Also, I see Lance is your superhero and in your kids mind he is white like snow. It’s hard for you to see the reality. 
I am French and I cannot argument freely but I agree that the whole tour is fake (equal what nationality). 
Globally, your post is very offensive for me and for my country. If you cogitate two seconds you can find other solution to open a debate, without spread your animosity on Thingyverse. 
Last for the kids reading us: doping is not good for your health!

Weedz on Oct 23, 2012 said:

lol boycot france...... pls dont be ignorant he used doping just as all the others. To deny it is just plain dumb. sure he was tested positive as many other stuff could mask it usage. 

But heck the whole peloton used it why not legalize it everyone did it, and Lance was the best of all the doping users. chapeau!

Fastphil on Oct 24, 2012 said:

I agree totally with you.

MacGyver on Oct 23, 2012 said:

Every absurdity has a champion to defend it; for error is always talkative. - by Goldsmith, Oliver

Fastphil on Oct 23, 2012 said:

Hello guys,
Do you really think you can beat a cancer (with lungs, abdomen, brain + brain surgery) and after that, win seven times the Tour?! And wehre the cancer com from?
You are so naive! (and yes a plane crashed in the pentagone lol..)
Please American people: open your eyes !

jedynak on Oct 23, 2012 said:

He was not suffering from cancer?

jedynak on Oct 23, 2012 said:

Lance Armstrong will always be for me a great rider and a man. Despite his illness, he returned to the sport and beat everyone. Everyone take doping and do not win like he did. Who determines what is now permitted and what is allowed? It changes all the time. Lance is great.

laird on Oct 23, 2012 said:

I sympathize, but this isn't printable (without extensive support). It could be printed in two pieces. I'd suggest stripping it down to just the "Lance" bike, which would make the point and be easily printable.

latigerlilly on Nov 24, 2012 said:

Updated to print without supports as requested.

BattlePizza on Oct 23, 2012 said:

LOL. Who decided this? The International Cyclist Union based on report by the United States Anti-Doping Agency.

latigerlilly on Oct 23, 2012 said:

 Read the USADA report for yourself: http://cyclinginvestigation.us...

Not one positive drug test in that huge report!

latigerlilly on Oct 23, 2012 said:

LOL, and who paid off the USADA? The French! They've been hounding him for years with false accusations!