Drinking games to wash away shame tonight in Boulder

From the Daily Camera

Boulder's Rick Vosper said he's hosting a "Lance Oprahcalypse Hecklathon" on Thursday evening. Vosper says the watch party will give the cycling industry a chance to heckle Armstrong as a group and start the healing process for all the damage the cyclist has caused.

Vosper said he and his friends have thrown around a few different drinking games to play during the interview. In one, those watching must drink every time Armstrong lies, Vosper said.

They threw out that idea because "everyone would be stumbling drunk within 15 minutes," Vosper said, laughing.

Most likely, they'll play "BingoStrong," a special Lance Armstrong Bingo card with statements like "It feels good to get this off my chest, Oprah," and "This doesn't change my fight against cancer."

All jokes aside, Vosper said he's heard from many in the cycling community that they can't wait for the whole "Lance fiasco" to be over.

If you watch

What: Lance Armstrong interview with Oprah Winfrey, two-part series

When: Jan. 17 at 7 p.m., Jan. 18 at 7 p.m.

Where: Oprah Winfrey Network

More info: oprah.com/own

If you go

What: Lance Oprahcalypse Hecklathon (Oprah interview watch party)

When: Thursday, Jan. 17 at 7 p.m.

Where: Boulder Beer back room

More info: facebook.com/events/134967883330862/

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21 Comments

What do you mean, what

What do you mean, what happened to Horner? Maybe he's the one guy who they knew wouldn't dope, so they never approached him about it, but he was good enough they kept him on the team anyway. Regardless, his name has never come up in any allegations, either from the testers or his teammates. I, for one, am prepared to accept him as an example of a guy who's enjoyed a long, fruitful, clean career.

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