Oprah as vehicle for the truth was never gonna happen. Everyone knew he doped. So admitting to the doping was no biggie for him. The rest well we didn't get it, we got more lies. He lied about bribing UCI, he lied about being sorry or contrite. He doesn't feel he cheated, he feels he did waht everyone else did so not cheating, which shows how contrite he is. He compares himself Ullrich, Mayo, Basso, but forgets Bassons and Scott Mercier and guys who walked rather than cheat.
If people still buy into Armstrong as a true sports hero, they have problems.
If people buy that he is truly sorry for his actions, they have problems.
If people believe he chose the weakest interviewer with the largest possile audience to get his fake message across becuase he truly was sorry, they have problems.
I hope CBS or other large media organisation does an in depth look in LieStrong and finds out where the money goes. It isn't to help people with cancer that is for sure.
"ahaha, ever had the feeling you been cheated?" JL SF Jan'78.
Jean Dubuffet: "For me, insanity is super sanity. The normal psychotic. Normal means lack of imagination, lack of creativity."