The mother of all apology speeches

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He'll probably say that it's the evil french and they've brainwashed Americans in high places and that's why USADA have banned him etc and we should take up arms and drive these evil frenchies out of American and back to where the came from.
 
luckyboy said:
Lance armstrong gets standing o at foundation dinner. Says 2 weeks have been "difficult."

Now @lancearmstrong talking about history of foundation. Said there is work to do. Said he's grateful for support.

He ends speech saying "let's have helluva good time tonight." 1700 people here.

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hahahaha yes! He's going down, 100% all the way to the end. Not even assuming a crash position.
 
Jun 26, 2012
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Cyivel said:
Wouldn't be surprised if he did a mea culpa, said it was all for cancer survivors and then ran for office at some point, seriously.
He used them to better his image, only saw the ones who gave him the PR to do that and cover the rest up

Like as if he gives a phuck about them or Livestrong
 
skidmark said:
hahahaha yes! He's going down, 100% all the way to the end. Not even assuming a crash position.
I don't think right now would be the best moment to confess anyway. Talk about awkward.

It would have to be a controlled press conference where he can just disappear into thin air at any time.
 
hrotha said:
I don't think right now would be the best moment to confess anyway. Talk about awkward.

It would have to be a controlled press conference where he can just disappear into thin air at any time.
True enough, but you'd think if he was going to confess it'd be his first public appearance since the Decision came out. Like, he could cancel his appearances at the Livestrong stuff due to 'controversies surrounding his cycling career' if he was going to confess later. To break the silence and not even address it other than to say it's 'difficult', kind of sets the tone for what to expect in the future.
 
skidmark said:
True enough, but you'd think if he was going to confess it'd be his first public appearance since the Decision came out. Like, he could cancel his appearances at the Livestrong stuff due to 'controversies surrounding his cycling career' if he was going to confess later. To break the silence and not even address it other than to say it's 'difficult', kind of sets the tone for what to expect in the future.
Agreed. This makes it a bit harder to believe he'll confess any time soon.
 
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Told ya'. Never.Gonna.Happen. Mr. Armstrong believes in the cult of himself. As for the standing O, Manson had his supporters, and they knew he did it, so no surprise there either.
 
Livestrong PR keeping people away from CNN and BBC journalists.

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Interesting that Livestrong charity clearly nervous of international media. PR people did their best to keep chief exec away from BBC + CNN

Livestrong Chief Exec Doug Ullman very happy to answer fluffy questions from local journos. Less keen on answering any tough ones from BBC

When the Livestrong chief exec reached us on yellow carpet his PR woman told him to "keep walking". She looked even more scared than him!
 

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