The New York Times recently reported that Lance Armstrong was mulling a new and bold public relations maneuver: Admitting that he'd cheated at cycling for his entire career, a fact which most sane people had assumed to be true, but which would make him look particularly sociopathic due to vigor and unshakable conviction with which he'd denied doping previously. (The most recent revelation, that Armstrong tried to bribe his way out of being investigated, is a relatively tame one on the spectrum on Lance Armstrong anecdotes.) A little later, the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) notified the world that Oprah, sympathetic interviewer to the stars, would be conducting a long interview with Lance Armstrong in the near future. Now, USA Today reports that Lance Armstrong will—hang on to your hats—admit to doping during the 90-minute special on Thursday:
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