Taken from MercuryNews.com coverage of Lance Armstrong's first big press conference as he returns to professional bike racing at the Tour of California:
Paul Kimmage of the Sunday Times wondered why Armstrong was supportive of alleged dopers Ivan Basso and Landis and also why Armstrong wouldn't grant him an interview.
Armstrong, who has a memory like a bear trap when it comes to own press coverage, quoted from Kimmage's story in which the writer compared Armstrong to a cancer on the sport.
"You're not worth the chair you're sitting on with a statement like that about a disease that touches everyone around the world," Armstrong said. "I'm not sure I will ever forgive you for that statement."
Damn. I'm not sure what they call that in Texas but in Baltimore we call that a BURN. Well played.