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    Heh! I started posting several hours ago that unfaithful and sex addict were not synonymous, but mid-post Mr. Rattus, the completely faithful Mr. Rattus, and I started fighting about Christmas. Every partner on the planet has something just a little bit wrong with them .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonbonlover;3762205;
    What goes on between Tiger and his wife is their business... yes! So if they go through counseling, split, stay together... that is their business. But Tiger has held himself out in the public eye as they do-no-wrong squeaky clean good guy. He has had endless numbers of children trying to be Tiger Woods. He gets people to wear his clothes and drink his drinks ... because they want to be like Tiger Woods. Not just the Tiger Woods the golfer, but the Tiger Woods the man. To find that he has not been the person that he sold (literally) to the public... for that he owes the public an apology.
    You know I have watched Tiger over the years and I must have slept through the time he ever told anyone he was a good guy. Omg those poor people he had drag by the arm to buy his clothes and golf equipment because they only like clothes endorsed by men who have never cheated. I am going to have to go in search of these people with wrist restraints found lounging in the golf course in my neighborhood that Tiger forced into buying his morally upright never did anything wrong clothing line.

    Omg how dare he exhibit human failing like everyone else in the world. Shame on Tiger for not being perfect and actually make a bad decision like we ALL do! I mean who in the heck does he think he is? Tiger Woods the only person in the history of HUMAN BEINGS to get caught doing something wrong. I guess he failed to realize Celebrities are not allowed to be human and make error in Judgement.:nono

    I wonder how many people who have benefited from his Charitable donations or made money off his name will give back all the tainted money they took in? All those perfectly morally upright people who have never ever done anything wrong in their lives.:nono

    Children's heroes should be those in their families like mom and dad, not Celebrities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MsDiva2007;3762495;
    You know I have watched Tiger over the years and I must have slept through the time he ever told anyone he was a good guy. Omg those poor people he had drag by the arm to buy his clothes and golf equipment because they only like clothes endorsed by men who have never cheated. I am going to have to go in search of these people with wrist restraints found lounging in the golf course in my neighborhood that Tiger forced into buying his morally upright never did anything wrong clothing line.

    Omg how dare he exhibit human failing like everyone else in the world. Shame on Tiger for not being perfect and actually make a bad decision like we ALL do! I mean who in the heck does he think he is? Tiger Woods the only person in the history of HUMAN BEINGS to get caught doing something wrong. I guess he failed to realize Celebrities are not allowed to be human and make error in Judgement.:nono

    I wonder how many people who have benefited from his Charitable donations or made money off his name will give back all the tainted money they took in? All those perfectly morally upright people who have never ever done anything wrong in their lives.:nono

    Children's heroes should be those in their families like mom and dad, not Celebrities.
    Well said MsDiva. I like you have watch him most of his career and I have never heard that. To get anything out of him is like pulling teeth.

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    The people who have bought his image to sell their products are the ones promoting the good guy image of Tiger Woods. They are making money off that image, so Tiger makes money off that image as well. In fact, I wouldn't be at all surprised if those were the same people who orchestrated the public statement the other day. It was bound to come out, they couldn't keep it hidden any longer. Better to be in control of at least some of what is said in the media. So now they begin to rehabilitate his image.

    America loves a fallen hero. Probably more people can relate to him now than before this mess was made public, sadly. I think that after a respectable amount of time, Tiger will come out of this mess more popular than ever.
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    It can happen. A fallen Miss America just hosted a Disney retrospective special on ABC.
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    Kobe Bryant accused of rape and as popular as ever.
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    I don't think that Tiger ever asked to be "adored"

    Tiger Woods is one of the most managed & tightly orchestrated images that sports or celebrity have seen. And yes, part of that image is his morally upright behavior. He sold us Buicks. He sold us sneakers. He was the perfect pitchman, polished, articulate, urbane. He always seemed to be on television, either striding down some green manicured fairway on Sunday afternoon, or staring out at us from magazine covers.

    He long ago became a corporation as well as an athlete, the image as airbrushed and touched up as some starlet going off to a photo shoot. He didn’t become the world’s first billion-dollar athlete by just being a great golfer. He did it by becoming a great brand, arguably as marketable an athlete as there’s ever been, someone who seemed to embody the new age, complete with an instantly identifiable nickname.

    Tiger was respected and admired not just for winning golf tournaments, but for his discipline and concentration. So many of his ads play up the ‘mental’ part of his golf game. Now we find out he lacks discipline away from the golf course and he looks like a charlatan selling us a bill of goods.

    A 3 year affair for anyone, but more particularly someone as recognizable as Tiger Woods, is a bit more than an "Error in Judgement".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonbonlover;3762556;
    I don't think that Tiger ever asked to be "adored"

    Tiger Woods is one of the most managed & tightly orchestrated images that sports or celebrity have seen. And yes, part of that image is his morally upright behavior. He sold us Buicks. He sold us sneakers. He was the perfect pitchman, polished, articulate, urbane. He always seemed to be on television, either striding down some green manicured fairway on Sunday afternoon, or staring out at us from magazine covers.

    He long ago became a corporation as well as an athlete, the image as airbrushed and touched up as some starlet going off to a photo shoot. He didn’t become the world’s first billion-dollar athlete by just being a great golfer. He did it by becoming a great brand, arguably as marketable an athlete as there’s ever been, someone who seemed to embody the new age, complete with an instantly identifiable nickname.

    Tiger was respected and admired not just for winning golf tournaments, but for his discipline and concentration. So many of his ads play up the ‘mental’ part of his golf game. Now we find out he lacks discipline away from the golf course and he looks like a charlatan selling us a bill of goods.

    A 3 year affair for anyone, but more particularly someone as recognizable as Tiger Woods, is a bit more than an "Error in Judgement".
    Wow so we hold Tiger Woods to standards higher than we held Former President Clinton to. What rigid standard people have. I bet if we held as close a microscope Joe Blow on the street as Tiger and other stars gets put under your neighbor, my neighbor, The Butcher, The Baker or not even the Candlestick maker would come up smelling as rosy as we all think we are.

    I continue to call it exactly what it is an Error in Judgement. The man cheated on his wife and she is the only one who has cause to give him any grief over it. Apparently the $55 Million she is asking to stick around for 2 years is enough for her to sell her so called morals out for. So why America is so bent out of shape when apparently all it takes is a little money to ease her pain is beyond me.

    It's a shame we value what people do in their beds over all of the good things they do when upright.
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    I've not heard about the $55 million his wife is now asking for. Is that correct?
    So are you saying that Tiger is now the victim in this case?
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    Quote Originally Posted by norealityhere;3762569;
    I've not heard about the $55 million his wife is now asking for. Is that correct?
    So are you saying that Tiger is now the victim in this case?
    No I am just stating maybe money is now more important to Elin Woods than her husband cheating. I mean she was upset enough that some sort of incident occured between her and Tiger that night. I really doubt she had the golf club to break out a window to help him.
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