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post #31 of 48
Anybody else wonder what it might be like to have more money than God so they could just disappear from all circles for as long as you wanted to.. and be able to do so at the highest level of luxury?

It doesn't matter.  I'm betting he'll end up flat broke, dead, or in an institution if he doesn't quit running from his problems and get help.

How old are the kids?
post #32 of 48
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Anybody else wonder what it might be like to have more money than God so they could just disappear from all circles for as long as you wanted to.. and be able to do so at the highest level of luxury?

It doesn't matter.  I'm betting he'll end up flat broke, dead, or in an institution if he doesn't quit running from his problems and get help.

How old are the kids?


 


I"ll take that bet.
let's say 10g
let's see tiger was on carson at age 2
he now what 32
that's 30 years on the job
If he never played golf again he would make more money than you could dream of
personally i think tiger should go total pimp and tell all the haters to kiss his ass
post #33 of 48
^^^Nice 

I'm glad I had good, stable parents.  I feel sorry for his kids,  I have a friend that lost his father in his 30s while he was making pretty good money.  He went way off the deep end.  I'm pretty sure he's in jail right now, assuming he is still alive.
post #34 of 48
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^^^Nice 

I'm glad I had good, stable parents.  I feel sorry for his kids,  I have a friend that lost his father in his 30s while he was making pretty good money.  He went way off the deep end.  I'm pretty sure he's in jail right now, assuming he is still alive.
 


let's see father left a 2
raised by single mother & grandparents
current job POTUS
go figure
post #35 of 48
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let's see father left a 2
raised by single mother & grandparents
current job POTUS
Happily married and good father (so far)
go figure

 

Fixed it for ya
post #36 of 48
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Fixed it for ya

 

I'll assume we have that bet for 10g
since your putting words in my mouth
post #37 of 48
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I'll assume we have that bet for 10g
since your putting words in my mouth
OK you win
gggggggggg
post #38 of 48
post #39 of 48
Breaking news.. We shall see what he has to say soon enough
Edited by crgildart - 2/18/10 at 5:44pm
post #40 of 48
Reminder, jokes here:

Post your Tiger jokes here;

post #41 of 48
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Breaking news.. We shall see what he has to say soon enough

 

Well that was just pathetic. 

Talk about your PR firm written damage control crap!!!

How about a poll to see if anyone is buy'n???

Probably used his speed dial button marked "party girls" right after the "show"
post #42 of 48

Almost worse were the news commentators gushing over Tiger's "candidness."

But, what else he is going to say?  Of course he's going to say what folks want to hear him say.

I was kind of sickened by the women who came forward and made money by selling their stories about their Tiger exploits.

post #43 of 48
 Now you can get Tiger texting, to avoid that pesky wife finding your love notes. 
http://www.merinews.com/article/tiger-text-iphone-texting-service-to-delete-messages/15799650.shtml
post #44 of 48

  How long can he hold the few sponsors he has left playing at average Joe level?

post #45 of 48

How much money would you bet that he will improve his level of play eventually? That's what his sponsors are doing.

post #46 of 48

I feel great empathy for Tiger Woods. I read an article yesterday where the author said he wasn't worthy of the name Tiger anymore, and henceforth should be called Eldrick.  

post #47 of 48
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I feel great empathy for Tiger Woods. I read an article yesterday where the author said he wasn't worthy of the name Tiger anymore, and henceforth should be called Eldrick.  

Empathy, which literally translates as in feeling, is the capability to share another being's emotions and feelings

 

Really, you feel Empathy for Tiger??? Please elaborate? Maybe for Elin or for Phil Mick. and his wife Amy in their cancer fight or for his kids who will grow up in a divorced family and learn about their father's affairs? Read Hank Haney's article about how great is was to leave Tiger.

 

There are far too many people suffering for things that happened beyond their control, feel for them. He is paying the consequences of aberrant, self-centered behavior. Too bad it did not happen sooner, and, hopefully this will be a warning to other persons of similar self indulgence,
 

post #48 of 48

I feel great empathy for Tiger too, but I prefer "Cheetah" to Eldrick. Bill Clinton said "I feel your pain". Whether the pain is deserved or not, sharing of emotions happens. If one considers oneself a golfer, it's not hard to feel Tiger's pain.

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