Found January 20, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:
Lance Armstrong may have his sympathizers, but those operating Manly Library in New South Wales, Australia, are not among them. Holly Byrnes, a News Limited national TV writer, shared a photo on Twitter Sunday of a sign posted in the library that pokes fun at the cyclist. The sign informs guests that “all non-fiction Lance Armstrong books … will soon be moved to the fiction section.” While some may be willing to forgive Armstrong now that he confessed to Oprah Winfrey that he doped and used steroids throughout his cycling career, the library is doing its part to remind everyone of how much of a liar he is. Those books glorifying Armstrong are as much of a fairy tale as Lennay Kekua and should be treated as such. Photo credit: Twitter/Holly Byrnes H/T Can’t Stop the Bleeding The post Australian library takes hilarious shot at Lance Armstrong appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Lance Armstrong will reportedly admit to doping during appearance on ‘Oprah’ Lance Arms...
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