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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby bama_girl » Sat Dec 05, 2009 3:20 pm

i knew when they said that 2 of the windows had been knocked out with a golf club and he had lacerations on his face goin at such a slow speed that she must haved opened up a can o' whoopass on him :lol:
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Dossenator » Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:11 pm

Ya...not sure why these guys cheat....Bill Clinton, David Letterman, Tiger Woods, etc. Tiger clearly has no respect for his wife or kids...and I will argue he cares nothing for them. If he loved his family he would not have cheated...plain and simple. Any man that cheats on his wife is not a man at all...they are cowards. If you are unhappy then tell your spouse you want to end the marriage...get the divorce...and then go off do what you think you need to do. No sure how his wife could ever love and respect him...or trust him...ever again. I feel bad for his kids.
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Derek » Sat Dec 05, 2009 9:50 pm

Dossenator wrote:Ya...not sure why these guys cheat....Bill Clinton, David Letterman, Tiger Woods, etc. Tiger clearly has no respect for his wife or kids...and I will argue he cares nothing for them. If he loved his family he would not have cheated...plain and simple. Any man that cheats on his wife is not a man at all...they are cowards. If you are unhappy then tell your spouse you want to end the marriage...get the divorce...and then go off do what you think you need to do. No sure how his wife could ever love and respect him...or trust him...ever again. I feel bad for his kids.


David Letterman's girl was actually cute. Bill Clintons was not. Woods was OK IMO...some think shes awesome, I don't.

Still does not excuse any of it though.
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby bama_girl » Sat Dec 05, 2009 10:31 pm

i guess when you've got that much money, sneaking around cheating v/s divorce becomes a business decision :?
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Derek » Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:01 pm

Yep. And I find it amazing that an employee of a TV show can make $200K a year. WHAT??? :? :? :?

http://www.janetcharltonshollywood.com/the-colossal-chutzpah-of-david-letterman/
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby WoVeU » Sat Dec 05, 2009 11:39 pm

Dossenator wrote:Found those on another sports message board. They are certainly of poor taste but I did snicker when I read them. I did like the one about calling him Cheetah instead of Tiger.


Dude I was dying! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Derek » Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:19 am

WoVeU wrote:
Dossenator wrote:Found those on another sports message board. They are certainly of poor taste but I did snicker when I read them. I did like the one about calling him Cheetah instead of Tiger.


Dude I was dying! :lol: :lol: :lol:


My favorite was "Crouching Tiger, hidden hydrant" :lol:
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby WoVeU » Sun Dec 06, 2009 8:30 pm

I thought about 8 or 10 were really good. The circumstances just made for so many one liners...the fact that she had a golf club alone just set so much up! :D
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Dossenator » Tue Dec 08, 2009 2:35 pm

Now there are all kinds of women coming out of the wood works saying they had an affair with Tiger...the latest is a porn star. How did he keep this all a secret for so long...with camera phones, video cameras, the internet, etc. Anyone think Nike and other sponsers will drop him?
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Spence » Tue Dec 08, 2009 5:01 pm

Whether or not he loses sponsor will come down to how the public reacts to this. For the sponsors, if he doesn't help sell their product they aren't paying him anymore. It isn't a moral decision at all it is a business decision.

As to how he kept it a secret - who knows. What I want to know is how a guy can have that much energy. :shock:
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Dossenator » Wed Dec 09, 2009 2:11 pm

Spence wrote:As to how he kept it a secret - who knows. What I want to know is how a guy can have that much energy. :shock:


Exactly, lots of women and they were all vying for his attention. Not sure how he could even focus on golf.

The latest news is that his mother-in-law is staying with the Woods family. Apparently she collapsed at Tiger's home with stomach pains and was taken to the hospital. She is fine...but I am sure all of this is causing a lot of stress for her.

You know yesterday I was grabbing a gatoraide at the gas station. I had been drinking the Tiger Woods gatoraide....I just couldn't buy it yestarday.
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Spence » Wed Dec 09, 2009 3:52 pm

If it hurt his golf game, then he is a more amazing player then anyone knows. :wink:
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby Eric » Wed Dec 09, 2009 5:34 pm

I had some of that Tiger Woods stuff. It was grape and I hate grape, so I don't know why I bought it :lol:
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Re: Tiger Woods

Postby WoVeU » Sun Dec 13, 2009 9:25 am

Derek wrote:Yep. And I find it amazing that an employee of a TV show can make $200K a year. WHAT??? :? :? :?

http://www.janetcharltonshollywood.com/the-colossal-chutzpah-of-david-letterman/


I always wondered about that. I figured they'd get paid more just because of a Show's success and how much the "star" made!

But what I found rather amazing is how many people think David Letterman is super sexy!?!?!?
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