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For every award-winning issue plot or laugh-out-loud comedy moment, there'll be another story that we just can't wait to see the back of. Here, the gloves are coming off as we take a look at the current stories that really are past their sell-by dates...
took on its current "back to basics" approach late last year, sensational plots were thrown out the window in favour of more realistic character and community-based stories.
For that, Armstrong surrendered the script in a way that Le Bron James never would.
Armstrong no longer has the PR deflector shield provided by the Livestrong Foundation, Nike’s Wieden Kennedy image contrivers, and the U. The buddy had told Richardson that Armstrong might be ready to talk more openly about his life in hell to . The buddy was there to meet Richardson, but vanished after a while. He feels neither one is really him.” Armstrong’s hope was that the “real” guy might emerge from the pen of Richardson, whose best profiles include his nuking of Newt Gingrich and his profile of abortion doctor Warren Hern.
But he wasn’t very sorry he doped; he thought of EPO as the official sports drink of the Tour de France.
Armstrong said he was sorry for hounding and suing his enemies.
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Funny that, as they got over the epic bus crash disaster in two days.
Knowing that fans are fed up, have even inserted cheeky nods to their frustration by having characters like Donna complain that they're sick of hearing about the bloody bins.
” Case in point: her latest Facebook tirade in response to the Duggar family scandal.
In a lengthy and occasionally caps locked Thursday post, the woman who once came alarmingly close to becoming the Vice President of the United States and current full-time troll calls out the creator of “Girls,” saying, “HEY LENA, WHY NOT LAUGH OFF EVERYONE’S SEXUAL ‘EXPERIMENTS’ AS YOU HAUGHTILY ENJOY REWARDS FOR YOUR OWN PERVERSION?
All well and good, but do we really need to know the ins and outs of Albert Square's bin collections?