LuckyDuck wrote:I know Tiger doesn't have to answer to any of us, but for some reason I always thought he was different than the other sport stars.
Here's what I'd like to see TMZ report and NOT that his mother-in-law was rushed to the hospital, thats waaaay over the top imho.
I agree Duckster, I too thought he was different.
But guess what, in the scheme of the big picture of life, this ain't so bad, and it too shall pass.
Athletes, musicians, politicians et al, they're all very capable of doing very stupid things when they just want a little more, more of what....who knows, who cares.
I've seen enough other athletes do really bad things, enough so that I've figured out it's not my place to judge them.
From Lyle Alzado losing his life because of taking performance enhancing steroids, to Darryl Strawberry not being able to set down a bottle of beer, to Pete Rose, who OMG wagered on baseball from the dugout and is blackballed, to Steve Howe who eventually lost his life after the many chances given to him, to Gaylord Perry who made it to the Halloffame as a confirmed cheater, to Sammy Sosa who put cork in his bats, to PVal whose off the field addictions have made it impossible to have a HOF career or happy home life, and the list is endless.
I'm kinda hoping that Tiger just had meaningless sex with these bimbos, in which case he's probably got a shot at repairing his marriage, albiet it perhaps in Sweeden. (Does that mean he'd be on the other Ryder Cup team in the future?) But if he did happen to "fall in love", then the marriage is over and guess what, he gets divorced. I think that puts him in the majority of folks that get married. It will be expensive that's for sure $50 million plus plus, but that's not a whole lot different than Mr/Mrs Dodger, their divorce is going to make the attorneys rich too. And does anybody think Frank and Jamie have been loyal to each other, nah, just that TMZ missed the gorey details (so far).
I never bought a Buick because Tiger said to, nor do I wear a TagHeuer watch. But I do like golf!Good luck Tiger, I will still enjoy watching you on the golf course in the future, and I'm very pleased when I read about your Foundation for the children and all the good it is doing, and my judgement of you ends right there