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The return of Tiger


The return of Tiger  

  1. 1. The return of Tiger

    • Oh, yes, can't wait, great story of redemption
      Oh, yes, can't wait, great story of redemption
    • Nice to have him back, but not a huge deal
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    • I couldn't care less
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Steve Hunts

I wouldn't trade 10,000,000 Tiger Woods for one Joe Strummer!!!

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So now we're comparing apples to punk rock?

Sure.  It's in keeping with the original posters intent.

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So now we're comparing apples to punk rock?

Sure.  It's in keeping with the original posters intent.

Yes, I find both apples and punk rock more interesting than Tigergate.

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I was going to do a poll on which of Tiger's mistresses was the hottest, but Brad limits Polls to 10 choices.

when are they going to do the Mistress Calendar?

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Yes, I find both apples and punk rock more interesting than Tigergate.

Well, in that instance, I'd like to subscribe to your newsletter.

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I have never been much of a golf fan, but Tiger Woods coming onto the scene made it interesting enough to at least pay a little bit of attention.  As far as his personal life, who cares, and as far as his wife, who cares.  There's no shortage of nanny's that wouldn't trade a little bit of public humiliation for a 500+ million dollar pay day.
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I have always been fascinated by watching the very best of any sport in action. Jordan, Montana, Ali, Foyt, Koufax, Nicklaus, etc,etc, all have entertained and thrilled me at times when they were on top of their game. Woods is currently the best and I enjoy watching him play a difficult game at a level I can't imagine. I deplore all the focus on his private life and the incessant pressure from the various "news" sources to exploit it. Truth be told, not all athletes are pure as the driven snow--Babe Ruth for example, but that was an earlier time when the private lives were kept private.
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Yes, I find both apples and punk rock more interesting than Tigergate.

Well, in that instance, I'd like to subscribe to your newsletter.

Well that makes 3 subscribers now for the Garcia Grouse Chronicle.  FP

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I couldn't stand him before, can't stand him now, and it has nothing to do with his personal life, about which I couldn't care less.
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Yes, I find both apples and punk rock more interesting than Tigergate.

Well, in that instance, I'd like to subscribe to your newsletter.

Well that makes 3 subscribers now for the Garcia Grouse Chronicle.  FP

GD, another subject I could less about than even Tiger.

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I couldn't stand him before, can't stand him now, and it has nothing to do with his personal life, about which I couldn't care less.

That's pretty close to my thoughts on him.

Since I do enjoy playing the game a little and sometimes watching tourney's on TV, can't figure out the Tiger adoration.  Sure, he's a stone cold shooter and makes great shots but watching those unending pained expressions make me ill.  We're not comparing Tiger to other athletes, it's other golfers -- everyone else manages to appear at some point as though they are having a great time.  Tiger has 2 speeds, petulance or self-celebratory.  It also says a lot about him in choice of caddy, the guy he uses is an outright lout.

Another thing that really made me laugh was his interview on ESPN after day 1.  The surest "tell" or body language a person does when they are either lying or being disingenuous is to touch or pull on the nose.  In about 2 minutes of his post play interview, he reached for his nose no less than 6 times and I didn't see the whole thing.  This guy is being handled and scripted out the wazoo.  So no surprise here to learn he's an ego-tripping serial adulterer -- am sure he figures he deserves no less than the most.

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