Lance Armstrong Pulls A Scalia, Looks Cheating Up In Dictionary, Finds Favorable Definition

January 18th, 2013

Who knew Lance was a textualist!

Winfrey then asked, “Did you feel in any way that you were cheating?” He said, no, “That’s the scariest,” and went on to explain that he had even looked up the word cheat in the dictionary once to find out the exact meaning. He found it to be, “gaining an advantage on a rival or foe,” and convinced himself that he was not cheating because he considered cycling to be a level playing field back then, with all the top riders using drugs.

A quick Google search did not find that definition in any dictionary.