Lance Armstrong 'more than a little f...

Lance Armstrong 'more than a little freaked' playing drums for 10,000 ...

There are 2 comments on the Daily Mail story from Apr 22, 2013, titled Lance Armstrong 'more than a little freaked' playing drums for 10,000 .... In it, Daily Mail reports that:

Does the man who took one of the steepest, most public falls from grace in recent sports history have a new career path in the works? Possibly, but judging from his trepidation about playing the drums for an Austin, Texas audience of 10,000 people, disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong won't be moving on to the music world any time soon.

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Mhmac13

Fort Worth, TX

#1 Apr 23, 2013
Jeez leave the guy alone . Yes he cheated but so did most everyone else in the sport. He has a right to live the rest of his life and even with the scandal he did more to improve the visibility of the sport than anyone before or since. His work for cancer has been of the highest order. If he wants to play drums or live a life so be it. Let he wo is without sin cast the first stone....
My Opinion_El Paso_Texas

United States

#2 Apr 24, 2013
It's a typical behavior of the majority of society to jump on the band wagon in condemning people, ss it requires no real thought.

It has always been far tougher to stand up for what is right and to speak for equality.

Main problem in most parts of society today in most countries, is that there are two classes within those societies!

The average folks who are always held accountable and then the folks who have the most money who continuely are provided is double standards and special treatment since they seem never in being held accountable.

Lance Armstrong has never been brought to court to face the charges of doping and supplying drugs, nor has he had to face any time in jail or prison.

Let's not foget how he had defrauded the US government through his cycling interaction with the US Postal System.

Many here have actually not even taken that into prospective. I can only guess that there in Canada the system that I speak of actually holds true for all their citizens.

Seems of late that some of the Canadians whom we've had here in the US as celebrities seem to think that they are above reproach and unaccountable to our legal system.

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