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I agree, this story was old the day it broke. Another thing I am tired of though is the women who cheated with a man they knew was married playing the victim. This is not some schmuck they picked up in a bar, he's Tiger Woods and all they had to do was read any tabloid in the grocery store checkout aisle to know he was married.
Chuck: Woods is so sorry, very sorry, truly sorry, incredibly sorry, vastly sorry... yeah, that he got caught doing what he felt he was entitled to do. The cheating women are victims of their own greed. They saw Woods as a paycheck and they are now milking him for as much as they can get. This should be a cautionary tale for cheaters everywhere.
sorry havent been around as much hun..Computer problems..oiy!..:) have a blessed weekend!
Sympathy for the devil, I say. He's thrown himself to the wolves but in the end will emerge a hero for all the ho's, beetches and tramps he's slept with.
WomanHonorThyself: Ugh, I hate computer problems. They are frustrating, to say the least.Have a good weekend and keep warm.
Steve Harkonnen: Woods will be just fine as long as he plays good golf. The endorsements will gather in time. And behind the scenes, all the other strayer players will crown him king.
That kitten is voicing my opinion.I'm sick and tired of hearing about Tiger Woods over the past several days.
I didn't see the press conference but I'm hearing today that he had a little jab at the press for reporting on it also. While I tend to agree with him that they went way overboard, I don't think it's for him to complain. He makes his living off his public persona, he screwed up, he gets a public beating. Live by the sword, die by the sword.
Always On Watch: Woods is all over the news while the dems are feverishly working on a "new and improved" Obamacare package. Chuck: I didn't see it either, but have seen countless clips. Woods didn't complain about the press when they were covering for him by not reporting his temper tantrums at on golf course, brutish behavior towards fans, and tom catting with multiple women. To continue your sword analogy, the press is a double-edged sword.
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