Jan 16, 2013 7:47PM
So now they got him. So he will have to give up his 7 titles. So which of the other druggies will get the awards. Does number two in the races get the title? If all the bikers were doping (as the vast majority did) who will get the awards? So they hang Lance Armstrong but what about the rest of the guys? Hang them all or hang none of them. The whole thing stinks!!!!
Jan 16, 2013 8:25PM
I would rather they put more effort in stopping aircraft pilots and law enforcement from drugging and breaking the law. These actions are what really affect people.
Jan 16, 2013 10:13PM
Living an entire life as a competitve athlete, and loving every moment of that reality, win or lose ...I suppose I can at least empathize, if not condone, the original choice made, that is at the origin of this controversy -- to take the pill, to dope ... I never liked losing, but when I did, as long as it was to the better man, the tougher opponent, then I pray I had at least tested his mettle ... but I suppose if I found myself trained to highest level, and still dragging butt pedaling up a hill, behind some other guy pulling aqway, ONLY because he had swallowed the magic pill ... well, then I'd have to quit, call cheat, or "match up" ... and I think the competitive guys chooses to match up ... a tragic twisting of heroism I suppose. Perhaps the point of all of this, is to clearly point that out for all to understand and grasp ...Interesting for me though, is whether there is any legitimate connection between the doping, and beating cancer -- that I would like to know about ...
Jan 16, 2013 5:18PM
boy, am I glad he came out! Now we know where he is....this is really earth shaking! slow news day?
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By Robert Isenberg
Careful what you ask -- you never know where a question may lead. And on TV, interviews can get pretty revealing. Whether it's Barbara Walters or Craig Ferguson, hard-hitting journalists or late-night comedians, interviewers sometimes get more than they bargained for.
Lance Armstrong recently opened up to Oprah Winfrey about his doping habit, with fans awaiting the interview with bated breath. The controversial cyclist disclosed more than the public had previously known, including some dark details about himself. After all, naked honesty is something TV does well.
Today we look back at some other revealing interviews: celebrities who answered questions in the most astonishing ways, forever changing the way their public viewed them.