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06:36 PM on 01/19/2013
You would race him????
06:34 PM on 01/19/2013
He says he loves competing. He was not competing when he took what he took. He had the edge and all the other folks that were straight were no challenge to him. What a crock. Who could believe him now on anything?
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bmitche
06:31 PM on 01/19/2013
Just spit it out and get it over with.
06:30 PM on 01/19/2013
Lance Armstrong needs to fade away into obscurity.
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poeticjustice4all
You are powerful beyond measure.
06:36 PM on 01/19/2013
And we know he can move quickly, so . . . Cya.
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Rocketmanonline
06:23 PM on 01/19/2013
Lance has become the Prince of the Gossip Shows now, just wish he and his bike would simply fade away once and for all.
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SAMBURTON13
Retired Teamster and brewery worker.
06:07 PM on 01/19/2013
He did what he believed he had to do if he wanted to win. I like the guy.
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poeticjustice4all
You are powerful beyond measure.
06:37 PM on 01/19/2013
"Don't defend me anymore. Don't."
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SAMBURTON13
Retired Teamster and brewery worker.
07:51 PM on 01/19/2013
Shows he's a good man.
10:55 PM on 01/19/2013
LOL
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SAMBURTON13
Retired Teamster and brewery worker.
10:22 PM on 01/20/2013
Hope no one hears you.
06:04 PM on 01/19/2013
An article in the LA Times tried to excuse Lance Armstrong by saying that psychologists say everybody lies. Give me a break. Perhaps a big reason why pouring tax payer money into mental health is not such a good idea has to do with psychologists who promote lying, cheating and stealing by saying everybody does this. Lance Armstrong is a scoundral and cheater. What this man did was wrong. Psychologists are full of crap who try to brush off what Lance Armstrong did as "okay" because psychologist condone this behavioir. Any psychologists out there who think it is harmful, destructive, criminal and "not okay" to lie like Lance Armstrong did??? Or are psychologists in general just plain looney????
06:03 PM on 01/19/2013
Lance and Teo need to sit and lie to each other !!!!!!!!!!
06:53 PM on 01/19/2013
They make a nice pair.
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05:57 PM on 01/19/2013
A new installment to the phoney heroes hall of fame.
05:55 PM on 01/19/2013
YOU BEt IT IS....
05:38 PM on 01/19/2013
Is 'cheating' the american way??? I better talk to my younger brother in India who has been enquiring about this scandal / He is a fan of the game 'cricket' and is very anxiuos to know how the sports like cycling, tennis, soccer, profootball etc etc. are all conducted?!!!! Does anybody in the world of sports know the 'true' meaning of SHAME???? I rest my case.
05:35 PM on 01/19/2013
I'm assuming he moved his money safely off-shore.....
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Ralph Preta
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05:02 PM on 01/19/2013
besides his whole life being a lie its also been about manipulation. manipulating his body the media his sponsors and his teams. now he thinks admitting to what was already know will be a way of manipulating himself back into the mainstream and where ever else he wants to go. some may forgive him but like bonds sosa pilmaro and the rest of the cheaters his days in the lime light are done. better to be quiet take a low profile and live off of whats left of his spoils. i will give him credit for fessing up to his son and instilling better qualities in him then he has in himself.
07:27 PM on 01/19/2013
he "said" he fessed up, he lied about everything else, he's probably lying about that too. thank goodness his children have good mothers who can help them being fathered by this sociopath....i hope he ends up living in a NOT YELLOW tent!
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Ramon Noches
Retired Air Force Colonel
04:54 PM on 01/19/2013
Lance's responses to the interview in my opinion showed an appalling lack of sympathy for those whose life’s he damaged not to mention the prestige of a very popular sport. Making it worse, his calm demeanor and frank responses to Oprah's question seemed eerily similar to his replies to the media that were equally convincing. So after he has expertly lied for years, how are we supposed to believe anything he says? The lingering thoughts many people probably have is Lance finally telling the truth and the whole truth or is it just a plea for sympathy as part of a well orchestrated effort to regain his stature?
08:24 PM on 01/19/2013
He doesn't or even care about being sympathetic..that's not in his character ...he is a nassasic person.
04:51 PM on 01/19/2013
The King of Cycling has no clothes. Lance Armstrong - the biggest sports champion facade of all time - caught and beginning to admit - guilt. Unfortunately, it appears he does not have a good person / people around him to help him with this process. This time the 'process' is not going to be fun; hopefully, the end result will be more rewarding. All the best to Armstrong and his family. The rest of us can simply drop our stones ...