Lance Armstrong's T-shirt Photoshopped Without OK (Photo)
Another case of P-W-P — Photoshopping without permission. This time, it’s Lance Armstrong, who posed for the cover of “Outside” magazine recently while wearing a plain blue T-shirt. But when the magazine hit the stands, there were big numbers and letters on the shirt that read “38-BFD.” The 38 is a reference to Armstrong’s age. And the BFD? Well, you can ask Joe Biden about that. The editors DID put a little note down in the corner that said “this was not Lance Armstrong’s real shirt,” but that just has people wondering why do it at all? Lance Armstrong himself doesn’t know. He responded on Twitter by using a few profanities of his own, but these weren’t abbreviated.