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click on the title of any post, it is a link to a separate page that shows all the comments. Scroll down to the bottom of the comments until you see the words newer and newest next to the number of comments on the right, those words are links that will lead you to a new page of comments. :)
You would think that if a news organization has a chance to ask Sheryl Crow some questions that one of the questions might be, "Did you ever see Lance Armstrong cheating while you were his girlfriend and traveling with him every day and night during the Tour de France?" If you would like to be more kind about it, you could ask, "Did you know he was cheating?" If you really want to put on the feather gloves you could ask, "Did you ever get the feeling that Lance was cheating?" Any of those would have been better than what Entertainment Tonight asked Sheryl which was bubkus. Nothing. Nada. They just let her go free form where she said that the truth shall set you free and that she is glad he admitted it and that she saw some of the interview on Oprah. The only reason they even had Sheryl Crow on the program was because of her connection to Lance. So, if that is the case, why not ask the question. It is just embarrassing.
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