questionswhat should i do with my signed lance armstrong…

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I'm not sure if his stuff was really worth all that much in the first place compared to other famous athletes. I'd say keep it, it'll be a good conversation piece in the future, and I'm sure with all the controversy it might still have some value left.

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You could let me have it. :)

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Save it to wear to Cooperstown to watch Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens get inducted into the Baseball HOF.

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I'll put it next to my Pete Rose hat. Charlie Hustle gets no respect.

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sue him for the lost value of the hat.

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Take it to Pawn Stars. Even if it's worthless, you'll be on TV. Which is totally still the American Dream.

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There is still a market, but not sure it was ever really worth a lot. I got a signed photo (one that I took the day before) from Floyd Landis. He even realized that it was taken during the time trial and spent a couple minutes talking with me. (of course this was 8 years ago). I'd put the hat right next to the signed photo of Landis. Cycling rules (no matter how corrupt).

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Send it to USADA in an evidence bag...

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Eat it while someone records and then post the video on Youtube.

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Wear it when you mow the lawn, work on your car, etc.

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Some day it'll be worth something. There will always be someone that feels he got a raw deal, was still great, etc., and you can make a profit off them.

Of course, this could take 20 years or more.

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Change your name to Lance Armstrong and wear it proudly.

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There are some interesting answers here. I don't think I can eat a hat though.