1. Tour de Fraud

    Armstrong Books Moved to 'Fiction'

    Paris, France:  US Lance Armstrong rides during the 21st stage of the 92nd Tour de France cycling race between Corbeil-Essonnes and the Champs-Elysees in Paris, 24 July 2005. US Lance Armstrong secured his seventh Tour de France yellow jersey following the 21st and final stage of this year's race held over 144km between Corbeil-Essone and here Sunday.The 33-year-old Discovery Channel team rider finished the race with a 4min 40sec lead on Italian Ivan Basso with Germany's Jan Ullrich, the 1997 winner, finishing third on the podium at 6:21 behind Armstrong.  AFP PHOTO JAVIER SORIANO  (Photo credit should read JAVIER SORIANO/AFP/Getty Images)

    Armstrong during 2005 Tour de France. (Javier Soriano/AFP/Getty)

    See, librarians do have a sense of humor. A part-time staff member at the Manly Library in Australia displayed a tongue-in-cheek sign on Saturday claiming that all of the “nonfiction” books that were written or cowritten by Lance Armstrong—including Lance Armstrong: Images of a Champion and Lance Armstrong: World’s Greatest Champion—will soon be moved to the fiction section. (Armstrong admitted to Oprah last week that doping helped him win the Tour de France a record seven times.) The library’s community liaison librarian said the sign was a joke, and staff members could not recategorize books without instructions from Libraries Australia. That’s too bad.

    Read it at Sydney Morning Herald