Thursday, October 8, 2015

One down, one to go

One down, one to go


Some people are "coming clean"* about their unethical and immoral conduct during the 2000s. Others...not so much.

* Adding here that Lance Armstrong's "confession" has to be the most overhyped story of this decade, which is saying a lot. Aside from the fact that this was a train that you saw coming in slow motion from 50 miles away, the Lance Armstrong who manipulated the world for 15 years with his doping is now scheming to manipulate the world with his apology. The day that Lance Armstrong does something that isn't all about Lance Armstrong will be the day we know that actually, truly, is sorry.

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