I found some old copies on my high school newspaper, the Tiger Adviser. Hundreds of years from now, historians will be able to look at these newspapers and understand what life was like for us in the ’00s.
What am I on? I’m on my bike, in a movie about bicyclists.
Or at least…mild incongruity.
Plus a Kickstarter for porn, 10 of the strangest celebrity museums, and a highly functional homemade lightsaber.
Every March, England holds the world’s biggest fake ad contest — the Chip Shop Awards. And drunken British Mad Men and Women respond with their best work.
Nike. And more specifically, Nike’s legend-making machine.
“I want a perfect body.” This is brilliant.
Has anyone tested this thing for PEDs?
The one moving part of an otherwise bizarre and unsympathetic interview.
Call this an apology, or call this an interview, but Armstrong still possesses that legendary ego.
Well, that’s one strategy.
You didn’t call her fat?
In the first part of his interview with Oprah, Lance Armstrong finally acknowledges that he cheated.
It seems likely some of these people also beat cancer, which just makes it worse.
The most fun, super-reasonable drinking game you’ll ever play.
The document, obtained from insider sources, reveals an intense discussion of Armstrong’s future plans.
His career is over, and his reputation in shambles. But Livestrong.com, a health and fitness website founded with his support, surges on.
The rise and fall of America’s greatest cyclist.
I KNEW IT.
We all jumped to conclusions on this one.
It’s also 24 karat gold. Maybe you can melt it down?
Thanks for nothing, OWN.
Yellow bracelets are viciously cut in half as the countdown to Armstrong’s public admission of doping continues.
A look back at some of the guests who have dropped by Elwood City
The cyclist is expected to confess to doping in a Thursday interview with Oprah. As this video shows, it would be a serious change of course.
The Kiwi beer brand has pissed off everybody from women to parents to Christians to Americans.
This might be an overreaction, England.
“I have never seen such an abuse of power in cycling’s history,” the former champion wrote in an emotional letter.