Supporters of the Livestrong foundation had a lot of soul-searching to do after Lance Armstrong fessed up to doping. Like deciding whether to keep their "Livestrong" bracelets or chuck them in the trash. But imagine you’d gotten a TATTOO of one. The New York Times spoke with a bunch of folks who got the ubiquitous yellow band permanently inked, and perhaps surprisingly, none regretted it. All said the tats were about cancer, not Lance — they served as expressions of strength and hope. And none seemed particularly bitter toward the scandalized athlete. "On a personal level," Jeremy Nienhouse said, "[Armstrong] sounds like kind of a jerk. But if he hadn’t been in the public eye, I don’t know if I would have been diagnosed when I had been." [Source]
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