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The True Scandal of Lance Armstrong: Enough Free Passes for Role Models

sharrell Wrote: Jan 16, 2013 9:57 PM
What? The post office is self-financed with stamp money. Did they force you to buy that stamp? Anyway, even if the post office was subsidized to the hilt by the taxpayers (and despite their Constitutional mandate, it isn't), I wouldn't expect them to cut advertising... ad copy sells; I would expect them to do what FedEx would do, and cut something that doesn't make money... like Idaho, or anything more than five miles from a Starbucks.
JustMC Wrote: Jan 17, 2013 2:00 PM
Ummm, you might want to look into the finances a BIT more closely.

Another day. Another scandal. Another high-profile celebrity headed to Oprah’s couch to express contrition and try to resuscitate his image. Today it’s Lance Armstrong, but tomorrow it will be someone else -- which is why I believe it’s time to say enough is enough. No more free passes for our children’s role models.

I don’t know Lance Armstrong and apparently nobody else really did either. What I knew was the same cynically constructed fairy tale that he sold all of us: the inspirational story of a young cyclist who nearly died from cancer and was resurrected through the miracles of modern...