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deuce 02-19-2010 8:14 AM

Listening right now.... <BR> <BR>...what a douchbag....<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/uhoh.gif" border=0>

brettw 02-19-2010 8:18 AM

He's very sorry. <BR> <BR>I wonder if he's mostly sorry he got caught or about what he actually did.

deuce 02-19-2010 8:23 AM

I don't doubt that he is sorry and could not care less about who he wants to sleep with....that is between him and his wife. <BR> <BR>But the statement was robotic and difficult to listen to at best. IMO, it did more damage in my mind. Before this, I felt like it was a tough situation that he cause for himself....but really didn't care either way. My thoughts were, get your personal life in order and come back and give us some great golf.... <BR> <BR>Now I just think....what a douche....

behindtheboat 02-19-2010 8:28 AM

He's trying to save his sponsors, mainly Nike. Watch for all photos, all decked out in Nike. I'm sure it was that way before, but he's focusing on that now. <BR> <BR>Nike is entering the snow market. Notice the team gloves that the women's snowboarders were wearing, as well as Shaun White. Rumor is, Nike expects to lose big time on their golf arena, and are targeting White to help them leap into the winter/snow market more than just boots. <BR> <BR>Tiger wants to keep control, but can't

wake1823 02-19-2010 8:31 AM

He's proabbly a little of both...sorry he got caught and sorry he did it. <BR> <BR>My guess he'll do it again. <BR> <BR>The rehab for this is setup like drug/alcohol.....and it's not he same. You can concieveably quit drinking or using drugs...you can't quit having sex, lol. <BR> <BR>Imagine an addict being told, you can smoke crack once a day, but you have to control it, lol...give me a break. <BR> <BR>He made a bad choice in not researching proper treatment for the addiction. A 12 step program will not work.

innov8 02-19-2010 8:40 AM

Hope Tiger gets through this and starts playing golf again, golf sucks without Tiger. <BR> <BR>I could care less about his personal issues, none of my business.

wake77 02-19-2010 8:58 AM

Sam, is your statement based on fact or is it simply your opinion? Are you an expert in rehabilitation? People that are treated for OCD, say for having to flick a light switch 25 times everytime they leave a room. Are they told you can never touch a light switch? <BR> <BR>There is no treatment for any addiction that is 100% effective for everyone. Most of the success lies in the willingness of the person. <BR> <BR>We're talking about the guy that won, arguably, the most difficult tournament to win (U.S. Open) with a broken leg and torn acl. I think he will eventually overcome this (whether you say it is an illness or not) and pick up where he left off.

eubanks01 02-19-2010 9:04 AM

Did you catch him say "porn" instead of "point"? Oh, the irony.

seattle 02-19-2010 9:09 AM

"He's trying to save his sponsors, mainly Nike. Watch for all photos, all decked out in Nike. I'm sure it was that way before, but he's focusing on that now." <BR> <BR>I believe it's the other way around. The PGA and his sponsors need him a whole hell of a lot more than he needs them. This seems to be an oversight when people want to debate his private life.

phatboypimp 02-19-2010 9:15 AM

I think it is interesting to watch all of the people judge Tiger. I don't know him and his personal life is none of my business but it is amazing to see all these "perfect" people sit back and judge him. <BR> <BR>We all know people who have cheated and there are many of those same cheaters who are judging Tiger. It doesn't make sense to me. Considering that divorce is conservatively at 50% of all marriage and domestic abuse (emotional and physical) is highly prevalent in many relationships, it just seems odd that everyone can sit back and pass judgement. <BR> <BR>Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

wake77 02-19-2010 9:20 AM

"He's trying to save his sponsors, mainly Nike. Watch for all photos, all decked out in Nike. I'm sure it was that way before, but he's focusing on that now. <BR> <BR>Nike is entering the snow market. Notice the team gloves that the women's snowboarders were wearing, as well as Shaun White. Rumor is, Nike expects to lose big time on their golf arena, and are targeting White to help them leap into the winter/snow market more than just boots." <BR> <BR>I disagree. Before Tiger, there essentially was no Nike Golf division. No clubs, no balls, and the clothing line was very small. Nike may endure some hits in the golf division, but it will still have much higher sales than in the snowboarding market. Simply look at the demographics between golf and snowboarding. How much does a snowboarder make when they win a big event compared to a PGA pro winning a tournament.? <BR> <BR>Without Tiger, the Nike Golf brand probably fails. Nike needs Tiger much more than Tiger needs Nike.

curtisco24 02-19-2010 9:21 AM

Mainly though I think the dude is still lying. Im not passing judgement. His personal life is his business. However, he will never convince anyone that he and his wife were not fighting that night. That statement just lessens his credibility.

dav51lin 02-19-2010 9:26 AM

SCREW NIKE AND TIGER.

innov8 02-19-2010 9:33 AM

Speaking of Nike has anyone seen the new Nike Motocross boots? <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.cyclenews.com/articles/supercross/2010/01/07/nike-motocross-boots-revealed" target="_blank">http://www.cyclenews.com/articles/supercross/2010/01/07/nike-motocross-boots-revealed</a>

deuce 02-19-2010 9:48 AM

<blockquote><hr size=0><!-quote-!><font size=1><b>quote:</b></font><p>By Phatboypimp (phatboypimp) on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 9:15 am: <BR> <BR>I think it is interesting to watch all of the people judge Tiger. I don't know him and his personal life is none of my business but it is amazing to see all these "perfect" people sit back and judge him. <BR> <BR>We all know people who have cheated and there are many of those same cheaters who are judging Tiger. It doesn't make sense to me. Considering that divorce is conservatively at 50% of all marriage and domestic abuse (emotional and physical) is highly prevalent in many relationships, it just seems odd that everyone can sit back and pass judgement. <BR> <BR>Those who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. <!-/quote-!><hr size=0></blockquote> <BR> <BR>When you ask to make a public statement to the public, bet your ass I will comment.... WTF are we supposed to do? He is carrying on dialog... <BR> <BR>As I stated above, I could not care less about who he wants to sleep with or what is going on in his marriage. That is between him and his wife, keep me out of it.... But when he asks to go on television, radio and print media to make a statement that sounded like a high school kid reading something he had never even read before going up to the podium....it reflects bad IMO. I did not tune in to the statement, it was broadcast over the station that I was listening to prior.... He forced his way into my office... <BR> <BR>So let me step up and yell at the top of my lungs.... "STONE HIM!" <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/wink.gif" border=0>

stephan 02-19-2010 9:49 AM

dave c, if you are a blonde with big bombs and look kinda beat, I'm sure Tiger would be down...

elc 02-19-2010 9:50 AM

Golf needs Tiger. Viewer ship is down substantially for tournaments that Tiger participated in last year and did not participate in this year. Companies that dropped Tiger stocks are down (when the stock market is relatively flat compared before his accident). Like a couple others said... Tiger is Nike golf. Without Tiger, Nike Golf fails. <BR> <BR>Golf is what it is today because of Tiger.

deltahoosier 02-19-2010 9:51 AM

I think the sports casters are funny. They keep saying Tiger owes them an appology. They also say that the other golfers are owed an appology from Tiger. I say Bull. They are all making a fortune because of Tiger. The tv coverage is greater. The purses are bigger. It is all about Tiger. Who he does need to appologize for is to his wife. Maybe let his fans and sponsors know his path for healing and returning to the sport if he plans to do so. Then maybe on the very end of that, he needs to appologize for making social/ racial a holes like Fuzzy Zeller sound partially sane for the stereotyping they had against the first real black golfer.

deltahoosier 02-19-2010 9:54 AM

E.J., the public asked Tiger to make a public statement. Tiger would have just kept quiet. If Tigers wife does not go off on him and he ended up in the news, then you would have just heard the tale of Tigers wife divorcing him and everyone would have said, "oh well" too bad for them. <BR> <BR>He goes out and wins his first tournament and everyone will forget all of this. Just like Kobe's rape trial and Ray Lewis and his murder trial.

bendow 02-19-2010 9:56 AM

Brian, those boots made me sick to my stomach, and they look incredibly cheap. I'll stick with my TCX pro 2's.

xistential 02-19-2010 10:01 AM

Does Tiger really have a sex addiction? I think this is just him being seen to be doing something. Problem with people that become very famous and very wealthy is that to them, nothing is off limits. <BR> <BR>And now he's been caught and lots of people are unhappy. So,off to therapy. Seeing beautiful women and wanted to bed them is lust. That's all it is. It is not necessarily an addiction. Otherwise every red blooded male is a sex addict. The difference with Woods is that he could actually <i>get</i> the women he lusted after. Most men just dream. <BR> <BR>And Woods other problem is that he never bothered to endear himself to the public. He came across as stand offish,arrogant and aloof. But he was genius so it was ok. And now the fall. So he is human, just like the rest of us, and people,as is the spitefulness of human nature, are rubbing their hands with glee. <BR> <BR>This press conference has not helped either.

deuce 02-19-2010 10:13 AM

<blockquote><hr size=0><!-quote-!><font size=1><b>quote:</b></font><p>By Someone Else (deltahoosier) on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 9:54 am: <BR> <BR>E.J., the public asked Tiger to make a public statement. Tiger would have just kept quiet. If Tigers wife does not go off on him and he ended up in the news, then you would have just heard the tale of Tigers wife divorcing him and everyone would have said, "oh well" too bad for them. <BR> <BR>He goes out and wins his first tournament and everyone will forget all of this. Just like Kobe's rape trial and Ray Lewis and his murder trial. <!-/quote-!><hr size=0></blockquote> <BR> <BR>Do you really think that Ray Leweis killed someone or Kobe raped that girl....because I don't....neither one. <BR> <BR>I am the public and I didn't ask for Tiger to comment. Like I have said many times....could not have cared less. All I wanted is for him to start playing golf again.

sdub 02-19-2010 10:17 AM

Hopefully some good will come outta this. Like the media finally being able to take their tongues outta his butt and speaking whats on there minds. I get so sick a tired of everybody hanging in his jock 24/7. Constantly over glorifing the guy and hardly ever making a criticism so as to not get 'cut off' from accessing his " greatness". <BR> <BR>Dude has controlled the golf industry, if not golf media, for quite some time. Hopefully now, we can all see him for who he is.....A GREAT golfer and just a slightly above average guy outside of golf.

deltahoosier 02-19-2010 10:18 AM

It is not about if Kobe or Ray Lewis did it. The point is those were serious allegations and the public moved on as soon as they started winning again. Same with Tiger. That is the point. All the fake outrage will be gone with the first win. <BR> <BR>You must not listen to much sports radio or TV. They all have been busting Tigers chops for months for not coming out and speaking to them in public. They railed against him horribly for not doing so. I personally applauded Tiger for not talking because these people did not need to know. Now he finally comes out and gives them their public statement and people are on his case for doing that. He can't win. The stupid news people are the one who decided to cover it. Not Tiger.

behindtheboat 02-19-2010 10:24 AM

The points of Tiger being Nike golf is helping the point. Tiger will not sell like he used to. All the companies that went all in with Tiger now need to find a different option or plan. Tiger won't sell like he used to. <BR> <BR>Demographically I don't think it matters how much is won at a competition, that's not what's selling to the mainstream audience of that particular sport. Talk about demographics, I bet a major percentage of the golf market are wealthy, retired, loyal, religious 50+ yr olds who now have no respect for Tiger, maybe his game, but they won't support him or his sponsors. The second largest segment of the golf market is likely to be parents getting stuff for their kids. Contrast that to snowboarding, every parent knows who Shaun White is, and haven't heard of him ruining families or lives. If you're Nike, you need a plan B for whatever Tiger may do next.

poser007 02-19-2010 10:24 AM

Phatboy got it right. I cheated on my wife when i was married. Why? Because I was stupid and didn't have self control. I didn't have to pay the price like Tiger obviously he is in the lime light. I am sure there are many peeps on hear who have cheated or are currently cheating and still pointing the finger at Tiger. Check out the three pointing straight back at you. I pray for Tiger, he seems like a nice guy and obviously has talent to spare. Nobody starts off saying i am a cheater, temptation lurks around every corner, especially for someone with the wealth and fame that Tiger has. Could you honestly look in the mirror and say (If I were in Tigers position, with all those Hot women constantly throwing themselves at you could you stay faithful?) I know I would have a tough time, women have always been my down fall. I'd like to say I would take the high road and with Gods help I believe these days he would see me through. But I am smart enough to know that some days would be harder then others. I have made the decision to not have sex until I get married again and let me tell you there are days I'm like a heroin addict wanting to call up one of my old flings, in those circumstances I have a couple guys from church who are my accountability partners and they pray with me or even come hang out, shoot hoops spray me down with a cold hose lol kidding but this is going to be a tough road for Tiger and I hope he finds God in all this.

deuce 02-19-2010 10:25 AM

It was ALL ABOUT HIM. He could have just went about the business of getting his life in order.... But he made it about the business of getting the product Tiger Woods in order.... <BR> <BR>That is fine... I just think he came off like a douche....nothing more or less. <BR> <BR>I cannot express it strongly enough, I didn't care that he was not a great husband... What someone who I watch for entertainment does as far as being faithful to their wife is between them and their spouse....

phatboypimp 02-19-2010 10:38 AM

I hate that I don't know how to do quotes on this damn website. lol <img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/crazy.gif" border=0>

three6ty 02-19-2010 10:41 AM

Castration will cure his Sex Addition

peter19u 02-19-2010 10:46 AM

just get a bick stack of porn. alot cheaper in the long run.

xistential 02-19-2010 11:01 AM

"Now he finally comes out and gives them their public statement and people are on his case for doing that." <BR> <BR>All engineered and done strictly on his terms. No questions allowed. That's why the Golf writers boycotted it. <BR> <BR>AND on a Friday in the middle of the Accenture (one of the first sponsors to drop him) Matchplay Championship. You think that's a coincidence? Els went on record saying he's selfish. There were rumbling among other golfers as well,too scared to risk Tigers wrath by saying something.

behindtheboat 02-19-2010 11:06 AM

he needed Obama's teleprompter

zo1 02-19-2010 11:12 AM

<b>All engineered and done strictly on his terms</b> <BR> <BR>Of course it was, did you expect him to get up on stage and shoot from the hip? I agree with Colin Cowherd about this, take a guy who is not that eloquent in front of people to begin with and put him at a podium on live tv and you expect him to be like Tom Brokaw? <BR> <BR><b>No questions allowed.</b> <BR> <BR>It was a statement, not a press conference. <BR> <BR><b>AND on a Friday in the middle of the Accenture (one of the first sponsors to drop him) Matchplay Championship. You think that's a coincidence? Els went on record saying he's selfish. There were rumbling among other golfers as well,too scared to risk Tigers wrath by saying something.</b> <BR> <BR>I agree with the guys on Mike and Mile this am. The Accenture match play tourney got mentioned 50000x more this week because of this than it would have had it not happened. This is a non issue. Els is butt hurt (and rightfully so) about having to answer ?'s about tiger for the last 3 months while Tiger was camping out.

mike_gilbert 02-19-2010 11:15 AM

Golf doesnt need Tiger, the PGA has been around for decades. The Phoenix Open will continue to be the most attended golf tournament and Tiger HAS NOT played in Phx in a decade. The guys a chump.

deltahoosier 02-19-2010 11:16 AM

To be honest, the fact that it was during the match play championships does not matter. THere is a tournament of some sort all most every weekend. Show of hands. How many people even knew a tournament was happening this weekend and how many people even knew which tournament was on? I know I didn't. Only reference I heard was due to someone quoting Els in regards to doing this during a tournament. Tiger is golf at the moment.

deuce 02-19-2010 11:24 AM

<blockquote><hr size=0><!-quote-!><font size=1><b>quote:</b></font><p>By Phatboypimp (phatboypimp) on Friday, February 19, 2010 - 10:38 am: <BR> <BR>I hate that I don't know how to do quotes on this damn website. lol <!-/quote-!><hr size=0></blockquote> <BR> <BR>You do a back slash ( \ ) then type the words Quote (no space) then this thingy ( { ) then whatever you are quoting, when finished with what you are quoting....the opposite ( } ) and you have it quoted.... <BR> <BR>If that makes sense... <BR> <BR>Took me a while as well....and drove me nuts...

wake77 02-19-2010 11:27 AM

Tiger gave Accenture more exposure, a win, win for them and they were the only company mentioned during the tournament. <BR> <BR>People hate you when you are on top. That's what this boils down to. Tiger's competition, for the most part, are glad he's gone. The purses have already been set and the chances of winning are increased. <BR> <BR>Mexibro, look at PGA payouts pre-Tiger compared to now. Before Tiger, a good season was winning 1,000,000.00. They pay that for winning one tournament now. There was no 10,000,000.00 bonus for winning the FedEx cup, hell, there was not a FedEx cup. If you don't feel Tiger has had a major effect on golf today, you are a moron.

sidekicknicholas 02-19-2010 11:31 AM

Tiger is a pimp..... like maybe for real.

wake77 02-19-2010 11:38 AM

*Edit to my previous post* <BR> <BR>Not "tournament", "press conference".

mike_gilbert 02-19-2010 12:15 PM

Jeremy so people are just going to simply quit playing golf because Tiger isnt "the man" anymore? Its not going to affect me playing, or the half million people in scottsdale next week for the Phoenix Open. <BR> <BR>Greg Norman made almost 1.7 mil in 1995, the year before Tigers first win. <BR> <BR>Steve Stricker was #2 to Tiger last year on the money list with a little over 6 mil <BR> <BR>The Average NFL Salary in 1995 was $450000, last year it was $1.8 mil <BR> <BR>Point being, salaries in all sports have had considerable leaps over the past 15 years, you cant credit Tiger with all that.

amo 02-19-2010 12:34 PM

"Tiger's competition, for the most part, are glad he's gone. The purses have already been set and the chances of winning are increased." <BR> <BR>Jeremy, I completely disagree. I want Tiger out there. I want him in the field when I play well or win. I want to play against the best. Ask Padraig Harrington if he is tired of answering questions about if his 3 major wins still mean the same with Tiger not in the field. That would suck. The media and some hardcore fans put an asterisk on his major wins because Tiger wasn't in the field. Terrible, but true. For the most part we all want Tiger in the field. If you don't, you're soft.

benbuchholz 02-19-2010 12:41 PM

turns out Ahmadinejad is a golf fan. who knew? the "porn" slip up was ironic <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/4387/775728.jpg" alt="Upload">

wakeboardsam 02-19-2010 12:41 PM

Where did my Who cares machine go??? <BR> <BR><img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/messages/4387/775730.jpg" alt="Upload">

xistential 02-19-2010 12:44 PM

"take a guy who is not that eloquent in front of people to begin with" <BR> <BR>Really? <BR> <BR>I never noticed that. Maybe you are mistaking lack of eloquence for indifference.He has never really had a lot of time for the little people. <BR> <BR>"It was a statement, not a press conference." <BR> <BR>So why have the press there at all? Release a statement on line,send it to all the newspapers, put it up on his website............ <BR> <BR>It's no surprise either that Woods caddy is one of the most obnoxious people on the tour. Wonder where that sense of entitlement comes from. <BR> <BR>The whole exercise is carefully orchestrated damage repair, done through gritted teeth.

poser007 02-19-2010 12:45 PM

Ben that was freaking hilarious. I am actually watching it right now as I write this. Interesting

skongolf 02-19-2010 12:57 PM

Where can I get a who cares machine? I need one of those big time!!! As for Tiger, he is a tool, and if you were on fire he wouldn't walk across the street to piss on you! I have a couple very good friends on tour and they all can not stand Tiger, but are told not to say anything bad because he is the face of golf now. Give me a break. He is the face of what is wrong with golf! I would rather watch Boo Weekly, Steve Stricker, or Harrington any day of the week then have to watch Jim Nantz say "We now take you out to number 15 where Tiger is now comming out of the Porta Let after taking a most amazing dump!!!" If the PGA wants to boost ratings when he plays again, put him with Jesper! I would pay to see that!

amo 02-19-2010 1:01 PM

Steve, in your mind, what's wrong with golf? <BR> <BR>And who are those very good friends of yours?

brettw 02-19-2010 1:02 PM

"I hope he finds God in all this." <BR> <BR>He's a Buddhist. He already has his 'god' as mentioned in his speech. <BR> <BR> <BR>It's too bad those ladies came forward about him having unprotected sex with him, or else he could be a GREAT spokesman right now for Trojan.

dougr 02-19-2010 1:04 PM

i couldn't care what he does in his personal life, but all sports players/actors/ or just about anyone on tv is here to humor us, the mass population. there all clowns, and they know it, maybe there are great sports players, but without all the media, know one would know who they are i don't care how great they are, what team they play on etc.etc. too bad people admire them as much as they do. Don't get me wrong, tiger is an amazing golfer, but he could be sleeping with sheep and as long as it doesn't stop the "show" on the tube, who cares, someone will replace him, then we will have the next clown do something stupid, and it go's one and one<IMG SRC="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/happy.gif" ALT=":-)" BORDER=0> too bad he didn't have a gun and shot himself in the leg or something on the line of our fine nfl players and then we would of had the extra entertainment

wake77 02-19-2010 2:23 PM

"Greg Norman made almost 1.7 mil in 1995, the year before Tigers first win. <BR> <BR>Steve Stricker was #2 to Tiger last year on the money list with a little over 6 mil <BR> <BR>The Average NFL Salary in 1995 was $450000, last year it was $1.8 mil " <BR> <BR>My point exactly. The Average NFL salary by your numbers increased about 4 times the amount of 1995 as last year. Tiger Woods won 10.5 million, playing only 17 tournaments, last year not counting the 10 million he got for winning the FedEx cup. So that's about 20.5 million in 17 tournaments or almost 14 times the amount Norman won in 1995. You can win what Norman won in all of 1995 by winning the US Open or Masters today. <BR> <BR>NFL's popularity cannot be banked on one player's success. The PGA tour can.

fly135 02-19-2010 2:32 PM

<b>Golf doesnt need Tiger, the PGA has been around for decades.</b> <BR> <BR>I read an article that when he was off the circuit the PGA's proceeds dropped nearly in half. <BR> <BR><b>As for Tiger, he is a tool, and if you were on fire he wouldn't walk across the street to piss on you!</b> <BR> <BR>That's ok because I wouldn't walk across the street to watch a golf tournament.

skongolf 02-19-2010 3:53 PM

Amo, I coach hs boys golf in az and have been doing it for 16 years. To see kids going from being calm and level headed on the course to pitching temper tantrums an swearing up storm when they do something wrong is what I see wrong in the game of golf. I have asked kids why they act that way and alot of them have said, because Tiger does it and it fires him up. Well in my mind it makes you and him look like an ass!! Tiger cusses and throws fits on the course with the best of them. Hell he slammed a club so hard it went into the gallery and hit someone in a tournament. Real classy! I understand some people really like the guy and think he is the best ever. Fine , that is their opinion and they are entitled to it and I am entitled to mine. <BR>As far as the pros I know. Not gonna name names but they both live in Az and are from Australia. And no, not Geoff O. Both have had good and bad years and are great guys but what they talk about that happens on tour is pretty shocking. Tiger isn't the only one with skeletons, that's for sure.

amo 02-19-2010 4:44 PM

you definitely have a good perspective Steve. I see it in youth as well. I don't like it either. He represents us a bit poorly with behavior like that, no doubt. Don't get me wrong I've had my share of blow-ups out there, but I've never "accidentally" thrown a driver into the crowd. He talked the talk today, let's see if he can walk the walk. He's got A LOT of walking to do, imo. <BR> <BR>I'm sure Ive practiced with your friends. <BR> <BR>Good luck with the HS team. Let them know that real champions don't act like that.

poser007 02-19-2010 5:18 PM

Brett: <BR> <BR>Buddhists do not worship anyone or anything. The Buddha himself said that he was not a god nor should he be worshipped. However, you may see people bowing to a statue of the Buddha; this is merely showing respect in the same way that one might bow to a King or Queen or salute the flag. <BR> <BR>Buddhism is not a religion in the Western sense but is a philosophy of living as a way to improve your life and the lives of those around you. <BR> <BR>The problem with this is it obviously didn't help Tiger.

ponte_06_x2 02-19-2010 11:43 PM

what great acting and this lawyer is a pig<a href="http://www.comcast.net/video/alleged-tiger-mistress-wants-apology/1418168942/Comcast/1417932250/" target="_blank">http://www.comcast.net/video/alleged-tiger-mistress-wants-apology/1418168942/Comcast/1417932250/</a>

dlwsrider 02-20-2010 12:16 AM

What he did wasn't good, but I don't feel like he owes me anything. This is between his family, friends, and him. I never admired him because of how great of a family man he was, I admired him because of how well he plays golf.

phantom5815 02-20-2010 6:25 AM

I'm just wondering: <BR>Why &amp; How is Tiger's personal life affecting your life? <BR>All he does is play golf.... or did.

calexan 02-20-2010 7:25 AM

He seems like hes about at sincere as his paper told him to be..... <BR> <BR>He just needs to go win a couple tourneys then he wont care anymore and his old sponsors will come crawling back. If your win, you can be forgiven. Look at Kobe!

greatdane 02-20-2010 7:50 AM

The ex porn star lost her sugar love daddy.

deuce 02-20-2010 8:16 AM

<blockquote><hr size=0><!-quote-!><font size=1><b>quote:</b></font><p>By Phantom (phantom5815) on Saturday, February 20, 2010 - 6:25 am: <BR> <BR>I'm just wondering: <BR>Why &amp; How is Tiger's personal life affecting your life? <BR>All he does is play golf.... or did. <!-/quote-!><hr size=0></blockquote> <BR> <BR>Because he forces his way on my radio, television, newspaper.... It broke into the radio station I was listening to in my office, I did not tune in. Then it was played over in its entirety at least once before I left at noon. <BR> <BR>I got home and flipped on ESPN to see the haps....what do I get...TIGER, TIGER, TIGER....I turn it off. <BR> <BR>How many more times did I hear it mentioned last night.... <BR> <BR>This this morning, same as every morning, I make coffee, get the newspaper off the porch and sit down for some SC.....WHAT....the entire statement AGAIN.....and more talk and discussion... <BR> <BR>He called the press to release this statement and now I cannot get away from it..... <BR> <BR>Go home, be with your wife &amp; kids. Come play golf when you are ready... Answer questions, don't answer questions....I COULD NOT CARE LESS. <BR> <BR>But to have to listen to this robotic statement over and over and over and over...<img src="http://www.wakeworld.com/MB/Discus/clipart/uhoh.gif" border=0> I have said when all this came up, I don't care who a celebrity sleeps with.... But this.... "I owe all of you an apology..." WTF...you don't owe me chit.... Maybe you owe your wife, kids, family, friends whoever an apology.....but I don't know you.... I like to watch you play golf... <BR> <BR>Get your life in order and come play golf....until you are swinging a club on some grass, stay off my television screen....I don't tune in to listen to you talk....and from this small sample, it is a good thing that you can golf....because public speaking is not going to pay the bills.

innov8 02-20-2010 9:29 AM

Sounds like you have more of a problem with the media and Tigers sponsors then Tiger himself. <BR> <BR>Trust me Tiger would rather of not talked and would rather be left alone and have no news coverage, but the media would not leave him or his family alone.

deltahoosier 02-20-2010 9:47 AM

Exactly Jeff. The media is the one. Tiger basically finally said, if you want to hear me say it out loud, I will be at such and such to give a statement. Those people chose to be there. <BR> <BR>Why did Tiger not have to give an apology when he had knee surgery? That took him away from golf (thus hurting his sponsors)? <BR> <BR>If she cheated on him and he decided to quit golf for a while, would people "expect" an apology for him leaving golf? <BR> <BR>This is not about golf at all. This is about a bunch of crappy news people needing a story. If were about golf, no matter how he left the game the people should be upset with him.

amo 02-20-2010 7:46 PM

Exactly right ^^^^^^


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