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"Armstrong Used Rugs," Says CBC News

The way we see it, there are two possible typos in the chyron above. The first, and most obvious, is that "rugs" is actually supposed to say "drugs." This scenario makes sense, given all the news that's recently come to light about Lance Armstrong's use of performance enhancing drugs. Or, "Armstrong" is supposed to have an apostrophe and an "s" affixed to the end of it, and the report in question is about Lance Armstrong's new used rug business. This scenario makes zero sense, but we like to imagine that it is true because that would be funny.



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