No, you're not the only one who feels that way, PIMguy. I think maybe we all draw the line differently where celebrity is concerned. Here's my view, and I may be the only one who feels this way, and that's OK --Originally Posted by PIMguy;3761020;
When I support a celebrity (sports figure, movie star, singer, whatever), it's only for the particular talent or skill that they are marketing. When I'm watching a movie I'm only interested in the actors' skill on the screen for two hours. After the movie is over, I don't care about their personal life or choices that they make, that's none of my business. I'm only interested in them on the screen.
And yes I'm disappointed in Tiger's choice of (alleged) infidelity. It's something I wouldn't be able to forgive in my own life. But I don't have a right to judge Tiger, or anyone else. If not for his high profile marketing popular brands (also Tiger's choice), the public might never have known of his transgression.
So what's the bottom line? I hope this doesn't affect Tiger's golf game. I'm sorry his family was brought into it. I'm sorry I know about it at all.