An Australian store has went all of the books about Lance Armstrong from the non-fiction to the fiction section.
EDMONTON, Alberta (AP) — Oprah Winfrey believes Lance Armstrong can be a hero again. And she thinks people will be willing to forgive him. Winfrey said Monday that the toughest thing Armstrong has done in his life is confess in an interview with her
When it comes to Lance Armstrong, I am on his son Luke's side. When I watched the well-known cyclist's exclusive interview with Oprah Winfrey last week, I wasn't watching a hero who had fallen from grace or an arrogant cheater. I was watching a survivor.
Considering Lance Armstrong spent his life letting countless others look foolish in order to maintain his confess glorified image, it is hard to fathom that Livestrong was anything but another byproduct (albeit a positive one) of
So when we hear the world talking about what a low life Lance is, let's not forget; we're not that far gone, each one of us, from dealing with the same stuff Lance is dealing with right now.
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