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Tiger Wood's Apology??

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Well, the big man has spoken -- I found it to be cold and arrogant and not at all believable. Surely he must think we are stupid NOT to believe that a confrontation did not occur before he ran into the tree (or whatever). He is so lost in fame and money that he still thinks his fan base and sponsors will forgive and forget his sex ventures! What a dupe. Just another rich, famous, arrogant athlete.
 

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Was it Tiger or a Tigerbot? For me this felt about as sincere as a hooker 'making love' to a trick... Not that I ever thought of tiger as 'warm' but...I would not have been surprised to see frosty breath in the room.

what I heard was "I am so very very sorry I got caught, I am still the arrogant prick but I am pretending to be sorry and I will return to golf when I need the money"

I also agree with the criticism (sp) that he could have done this on Monday and NOT at the start of a large golf game (and take the focus away from the sport that made him rich rich rich.

Yep, she did not hit him...how gullible does he think we are? oh wait, he does.
 

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I don't think he owed us any apology. He didn't do anything to me or my family.

THank you. Tiger has ALWAYS been wooden. This is no great change in his personality. It is unfair to characterize it now as being arrogant or wooden when perhaps what you are seeing is someone who has always been detached for some reason or another. That may all be part of the problem. Great for winning at golf, not so great for interpersonal relationships.
 

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I am the only one who does not give a shit about this?
 

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I am the only one who does not give a shit about this?

No. I don't give a shit about him, his apology or his boring sport!

I honestly haven't read a single article about it. Or intend to.

His apology is just a business formality.
 
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It's his wife we should feel sorry for,she has been humiliated on a international scale.If she's got any sense she'll 'take him to the cleaners!'...
 

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I don't think he owed us any apology. He didn't do anything to me or my family.

I agree. I also don't think that Tiger Woods' corporate sponsors shouldn't have pulled their support either.

I remember Britney Spears divorcing Kevin Federline over the cellphone and taking his kids. I didn't see any corporate sponsors pulling her ads. She didn't apologize to the public for her marital annulments.

50 CENT cheated on his girlfriends and neglects his kids. There aren't any corporate sponsors withdrawing any support from him.

If I were in the position of Tiger Woods, I would be really angry. The way the sponsors treated him. The way the press treated him.

He cheated on his wife. But THAT IS HIS PERSONAL BUSINESS. IT DIDN'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH GOLF.

I hope that he doesn't return to golf. Or maybe that is the idea.

I still don't understand why he would have to go through all of that.
 

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Who gives a shit about Tiger Woods? Who gives a shit about golf?

BTW both Tiger and Ashley Cole have horrible taste in women / mistresses / sluts.

The newspapers are calling them 'beauties' but they're all butterfaces. And some don't even qualify as butterfaces.
 

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BTW both Tiger and Ashley Cole have horrible taste in women / mistresses / sluts.

The newspapers are calling them 'beauties' but they're all butterfaces. And some don't even qualify as butterfaces.


Like beauty, butterface is in the eye of the beholder.
 

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The newspapers are calling them 'beauties' but they're all butterfaces. And some don't even qualify as butterfaces.

For some bizarre reason, hot famous guys(especially sportstars) seem to like casual fucks with absolute fuggers. Cristiano Ronaldo and those dirty hookers. Then there was Frank Lampard with those two atrocious beasts in his sex tape. I mean, WTF? :eek:

Maybe they just like it a bit dirty and rough for a change? Maybe these type of women are just more dispensible? Easier to just fuck n chuck.
 

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He should have just registered here with a Gold account and kept his hands to himself! Haha!! Seriously, his personal life is none of my business. I feel badly for him and his family. He obviously has a very high sex drive. I don't see how any "rehab" can help that type of excessive need in anyone. Sex therapy only, which I don't think he'll get much of anytime soon. Most likely, he has totally runied everything with his wife. Obviously, he loves her or he would not have married her. They are living an emotional nightmare on so many levels and both get my symphany for different reasons.
 
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I agree. I also don't think that Tiger Woods' corporate sponsors shouldn't have pulled their support either.

50 CENT cheated on his girlfriends and neglects his kids. There aren't any corporate sponsors withdrawing any support from him.

If I were in the position of Tiger Woods, I would be really angry. The way the sponsors treated him. The way the press treated him.

Because sponsorship is about image, period. They don't compare you to what another celebrity is doing, they are looking at who their target customer base is. 50 cent isn't married and talking in interviews about how great family life is, Tiger is. Tiger wasn't in tabloids before this happened. He was private and sponsors saw him as an exellent athlete with a wholesome family life and want customers to associate their product to excellence of Tiger (be it razors, watches, etc.

50 cent is a rapper, he's also a mogul that made a great business deal pitching water. He's also noted for being shot 9 times. Starting out in the music business, 50 tried to get a record deal, and record companies backed away because of the violence in his background. It took guys with controversial pasts of their own (Dre and Eminem) to sign him. They are a different brand they have different expectations of what is acceptable behavior (*cough* Dre donkey punching Dee Barnes *cough* *cough*)

The brands of 50 cent and Tiger Woods are completely different. Tiger's paycheck was as much to do with his wholesome image as much as he was a superior athlete.

When Kate Moss was photographed sniffing cocaine, all of her sponsors, contract deals, dumped her. She did rehab and came back and got deals back. I'm sure that Tiger will have a similar fate.

Sponsors have clients, if they are offended and won't buy products because their spokesperson's private life is exploding, they will protect their bottom line.

Pepsi pulled it's sponsorship of Madonna's tour back in 89 when Pepsi's consumers where offended by burning crosses and her making out with a black Jesus (Like a Prayer video). A few years ago Verizon pulled it's sponsorship of Gwen Stefani's tour because of something AKON did when he opened for her.

So Tiger is not being singled out. Initially his sponsors stuck by him, but then the number of women that had relationships (not just one stands) kept climbing. Sponsors took notice, because their consumers notice as well.

As far Tiger's apology goes, I couldn't give a rats ass. It's his marriage and whether he is genuinely remorseful or not, I don't care. It's his business, his family, his demons, his libido - that's for him to sort out, not to appease a bunch of body language experts.
 
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The time for Tiger to have apologized should've been right after he was caught for the 1st time and when his wife stormed out. 'Nuff said.
 

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Because sponsorship is about image, period. They don't compare you to what another celebrity is doing, they are looking at who their target customer base is. 50 cent isn't married and talking in interviews about how great family life is, Tiger is. Tiger wasn't in tabloids before this happened. He was private and sponsors saw him as an exellent athlete with a wholesome family life and want customers to associate their product to excellence of Tiger (be it razors, watches, etc.

50 cent is a rapper, he's also a mogul that made a great business deal pitching water. He's also noted for being shot 9 times. Starting out in the music business, 50 tried to get a record deal, and record companies backed away because of the violence in his background. It took guys with controversial pasts of their own (Dre and Eminem) to sign him. They are a different brand they have different expectations of what is acceptable behavior (*cough* Dre donkey punching Dee Barnes *cough* *cough*)

:eek: Reeeaallllyyyy...

The brands of 50 cent and Tiger Woods are completely different. Tiger's paycheck was as much to do with his wholesome image as much as he was a superior athlete.

(Taking notes...) That is fucked up. If you are American, who is wholesome? I know Mormons who look wholesome but think "scandalous". :mischievous: There are no wholesome Americans.

When Kate Moss was photographed sniffing cocaine, all of her sponsors, contract deals, dumped her. She did rehab and came back and got deals back. I'm sure that Tiger will have a similar fate.

Oh, doubt it. I wouldn't want those fuckers supporting me on a relationship that shaky...I'd would associate myself with their equally benchmarked competitors.

Sponsors have clients, if they are offended and won't buy products because their spokesperson's private life is exploding, they will protect their bottom line.

(That is fucked up.)

Pepsi pulled it's sponsorship of Madonna's tour back in 89 when Pepsi's consumers where offended by burning crosses and her making out with a black Jesus (Like a Prayer video). A few years ago Verizon pulled it's sponsorship of Gwen Stefani's tour because of something AKON did when he opened for her.

So Tiger is not being singled out. Initially his sponsors stuck by him, but then the number of women that had relationships (not just one stands) kept climbing. Sponsors took notice, because their consumers notice as well.

Social conditioning and corporate branding...sad. Wholesome is a brand? What aspirations. What a Masterpiece Theatre piece to aspire to!!! Painting angels on demons because it looks good and is socially acceptable. :rolleyes:
As far Tiger's apology goes, I couldn't give a rats ass. It's his marriage and whether he is genuinely remorseful or not, I don't care. It's his business, his family, his demons, his libido - that's for him to sort out, not to appease a bunch of body language experts.

Yeah. I don't care about Tiger's apology either. I have always believed that personal matters are theirs. And business is business.

 

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The time for Tiger to have apologized should've been right after he was caught for the 1st time and when his wife stormed out. 'Nuff said.


Maybe he should've gotten counseling before marriage to make sure he was indeed ready to marry. There are a lot of men that really shouldn't marry. If a man loves a lot of women...he isn't the traditional "committed to one woman" guy. He shouldn't have gotten married.
 

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I agree with Zoe's post number 73. More speicifcally, think about who his sponsors were. AT&T, they pulled funding from Planned PArenthood back in the late 80s due to a few consumer complaints.

And Accenture is selling discipline, Tiger is hardly the model of discipline these days.

Isn't Nike sticking with him?

I don't care about Tiger either but I am always fascinated by crisis management PR campaigns.
 

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Maybe he should've gotten counseling before marriage to make sure he was indeed ready to marry. There are a lot of men that really shouldn't marry. If a man loves a lot of women...he isn't the traditional "committed to one woman" guy. He shouldn't have gotten married.

That whole marriage was set up for him by the friends of Elin. So....
 
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Am I the only one who thinks the whole idea of a public apology is completely absurd? I mean, how stupid does the general population have to be to expect an apology for something that has absolutely nothing to do with them?
 

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Am I the only one who thinks the whole idea of a public apology is completely absurd? I mean, how stupid does the general population have to be to expect an apology for something that has absolutely nothing to do with them?

Quite. But then that is another story for another day...
 
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I doubt that Tiger even rehearsed that speech. He was stumbling all over and wasn't comfortable with reading.

The PR people probably handed him the speech 10 minutes before it aired.

His speech at inauguration was pretty good; I was expecting something a little better from him on the apology.
 

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I doubt that Tiger even rehearsed that speech. He was stumbling all over and wasn't comfortable with reading.

The PR people probably handed him the speech 10 minutes before it aired.

His speech at inauguration was pretty good; I was expecting something a little better from him on the apology.

Well...maybe he didn't feel like apologizing...because he felt that he didn't need to apologize. She is probably going to divorce him and take 80 percent of his wealth anyway.
 

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I didn't watch it and don't really feel the need to... the guy (BEFORE the incident) had been under such scrutiny anyway, i.e. drawing headlines for showing too much emotion after iron shots and drives gone awry; he was such a straight-arrow guy that the media was jumping all over him any time he showed the slightest bit of vulnerability. And of course after THE INCIDENT, it was like vultures descending on carrion. The apology was just to appease those sponsors that haven't already dismissed him. Bottom line is, his life is in shambles and he's got enough shit floating in his cereal. Simply because he was such a model citizen, the greatest ever in his profession, and he fucked up.
 

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Sponsors have clients, if they are offended and won't buy products because their spokesperson's private life is exploding, they will protect their bottom line.

Pepsi pulled it's sponsorship of Madonna's tour back in 89 when Pepsi's consumers where offended by burning crosses and her making out with a black Jesus (Like a Prayer video)

It was some self-righteous Christians and Catholics who supposedly were offended. Silly Pepsi should have continued to run its wholesome ad featuring Madonna and exploited the publicity storm that she generated. Instead Madonna was left laughing all the way to the bank with the 5 million dollars Pepsi paid her, a number one hit single, increased album sales, notoriety and popularity.

"The Madonna/Pepsi Controversy"
 
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