He exposed his own character.Athame said:Its continued escalation has perhaps taken a form even bigger in significance than the confession.
86TDFWinner said:Can't wait for Wonderboy's rebuttal........
D-Queued said:He exposed his own character.
He is guilty of character suicide.
He may believe he has some relevance and his campaign to stay relevant:Athame said:___________ True but don't forget: we're talking about The Masses and not
___________ The Clinic, et al.,.
I am aware that there are some who believe he did irrecoverable damage to his reputation when he knelt on Opra's Pri-Dieu and made his face-to-face act of contition. On the other hand there are those who believe it's ultimately the press which will be responsible for his complete vilification. I, however, believe that Armstrong, and do please forgive this small indulgence, still "holds the keys" to his own redemption.
It's not over...........
Oldman said:4. Run in front of the parade to ressurect Truth and Sportsmanship...........not happening
I don't consider any of this a "lucky" circumstance. Perhaps you're hoping for some shot at redemption for Oedipus Tex but I don't think even Linda wants to talk to him now. That doesn't discount his hardened roach-like personality demanding attention but people increasingly don't care and Lance as a topic is mostly the fodder of comedians, now.Athame said:___________ when I heard him say if there was amnesty he'd be first guy in line I thought to myself, we might just never get rid of this guy
Don't count your lucky stars just yet Oldman: The Great Unwashed Masses love a good comeback 4.O story
Oldman said:Perhaps you're hoping for some shot at redemption for Oedipus Tex but I don't think even Linda wants to talk to him now.