Seven-time Tour de France unwinner Lance Armstrong's confession to Oprah Winfrey that he used performance-enhancing drugs was supposed to be earth shattering. So what's the earth still doing here?
The cyclist's anticlimactic admission is further proof that it's not much of a confession when you're the last person to acknowledge it. But it's hard to argue the strategy; Armstrong got 13 more years of titles, sponsorships, and riches out of the deal, making his quite possibly the most lucrative denial in history
But Armstrong's is just the latest installment in a rich history of "no s--t" confessions