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Oprah’s couch is waiting
Lance Armstrong lies, John Edwards' alibis. Scientology’s Cruise, lots to lose. Mel Gibson’s rants, Tiger played. Pete Rose gambled, Arnold’s maid.
Michael Jackson was strange, Howard Dean’s schtick. Gary Hart dared, a doggoned Michael Vick.
Britney Spears, Don Imus — ouch! Confession night on Oprah’s couch.
Fame and fortune on a yacht. It all falls apart when getting caught!
Carefully-crafted images suddenly break. Te’o’s dead girlfriend turns out to be fake.
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Did we all just get ‘Te’oed?’
A star linebacker who inspires a nation with a made-up girlfriend ... and they call that a story! Just think, the next time I make up a girlfriend, I could be arrested or be on “60 Minutes.”
Be careful when perpetuating or embellishing a “little white lie,” whether you were initially responsible for it or not. Before you know it, you could could be featured the first 40 minutes of a one-hour ESPN SportsCenter. Before you know it, you could be “Te’oed.”
A fall from grace
Lance Armstrong’s glorious journey of unmatched achievement as a road racing cyclist, inspiration and sheer determination began with adversity that left him flat on his back, fighting for his life.
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