Tiger seriously hurt in car crash

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  1. DixieDestroyer

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    LMAO! [​IMG] That picture/"pose" does look like he's getting his cornhole reamed & creamed![​IMG]I'd not be surprised if "Cheatah" turned out to be a switch-hitting, fart knocker.[​IMG]
     
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    [​IMG] @ fart knocker
     
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    You can't beat that magazine cover of Tiger that looks like he is gonna unleash his "inna N***a" on ya. If that is his new PR scheme then he is truly done, and they now admit he is down to his new core constituency, strip club lovin pro athletes and completely unhinged DWFs.
     
  7. jaxvid

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    Don't get carried away fellas. Tiger's fall from grace may be temporary. Steve Sailer mentioned this in his blog, Kobe Bryant was advertising poison after his initial charging with rape, now a few years later he's in the top 10 for endorsements in the US, and the NBA acts like he's their no. 1 guy. The point is that black misbehavior ends up going down the memory hole very quickly. We know this here better then anyone. Enjoy the Tiger bashing while you can because in a couple of years he will be back on top.
     
  8. Borussia

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    I tend to agree with you on that one. Society goes from one scandal to the next all the time. The many DWFs like to feel better when their rich heroes fall from grace. They kick the hero around a bit, make them feel a little pain. Then there is the required 'scandal tax'...losing jobs and endorsements for awhile.
    Besides, I already hear grumblings like 'so Tiger is a freak' or 'Tiger has his hoes' or 'he's just doing what any other guy would if given the chances' ,etc.
    The bottom line is that he is likely a sexual deviant with ego-centric tendencies. He nullified his marriage contract, yet all this is (so far) is moral behavior.
    He'll lay low for a bit, let the scandal run it's course and then the media will prop him up once more because frankly, it's in their best interest to have millions of DWFs worship Tiger Woods.

    The media will do their part and help him out in a year or 2.
    Perhaps he will find religion as a way to make amends. Besides, all this sex scandal stuff has kind of a short shelf life. After the President of the US had a sex scandal like a two bit weasel mayor from some podunk town...nothing would surprise me now.
    Scandal and especially sexual scandals are big time business now.

    I actually think people will start to feel pity for him. Girls love bad boys too.
    He'll have lots of support in a year or so...the masses will still beat him up a bit for now. But in the ends, they will forgive him and thus feel they are a part of his success in a vicarious way.
     
  9. Don Wassall

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    The pictures are four years old. Woods and his image makersweren't involved inVanity Fair's decision to runthem in their current issue.
     
  10. Realgeorge

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    Howdy Jaxvid!
    Your analysis is right on target. Kobe is OK, all is forgiven. In the case of Tiger, I haven't given up hope -- Mr. Woods is SO sicko, so sublimely perverted that I think he has at least a chance of making himself a permanent pariah. He's in the league of Wacko Jacko!

    Another measuring stick -- the many utterly clueless White females in my workplace seem unusually contemptful of Woods. Maybe White American women really are revolted by the guy
     
  11. Thrashen

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    Extreme womanizing, dozens of mistresses, drug usage, cheating on the mother of his children, paying prostitutes for sex, perverted phone texts/voicemails, possible naked photos / homemade porn, possible homosexual fantasies, a humiliating drunken car crash while his wife scratched his face and smashed his car with a golf club"¦.

    "¦yeah, that's a tad more embarrassing than what Kobie did. Tiger will be back; after all, he's 1/8th perfection (African). Compare and contrast Tiger, Kobe and say, John Rocker. Enough said.
     
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    "Cheatah's" new Gatorade bottle/"promotion"...[​IMG]

    'Unfaithful': Not quite the Tiger ad campaign Gatorade expected

    By Jay Busbee

    One of the key questions surrounding the entire Tiger Woods affair is how his many advertisers would either run for the hills or change their messages following his Thanksgiving wreck and subsequent revelations of infidelity. ("Go on, be a Tiger" will never again mean what it meant before the accident.)

    Gatorade had already announced plans to close down its Tiger Woods-themed brand prior to the accident, which made the discovery of some, shall we say, disturbingly on-target Gatorade messaging on Denver store shelves particularly peculiar.

    The bottles, found in several grocery stores, displayed "Unfaithful" rather than the usual "Focus" message. Obviously, they were fakes; this isn't the kind of collectors' edition that a company generally manufactures. Gatorade naturally issued a statement distancing itself from these creations.

    In fact, investigators have determined that the labels are the work of a guerrilla artist in the vein of the infamous British graffiti artist Banksy, making a satirical point by targeting our most precious resources: our celebrities and our consumer goods. Only question now is, how long will it be before we start seeing Tiger Woods as the Joker, a la President Obama? And yes, the mysterious unnamed artist could be facing product-tampering charges.

    MSNBC has the gripping dramatic experience of what it was like for one particular sports fan to find this bottle on the shelf!

    Should you come across one of these bottles, we recommend you not attempt to open it and consume the contents. Not because it would harm you, but because you can get a lot more on eBay if you sell it in unopened condition.

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    Tiger Woods and Charles Barkley have never had "pulling power" when it comes to attractive White women. Barkley's wife looks 60!

    And, other than Tiger's gold-digging wife, he never displayed pulling power. His high school (or college) girlfriend IS ugly!

    I have never ever heard a young woman (of any race) say - "Tiger is so dreamy, so handsome and so strong![​IMG]" If anything, it's older women that would rather compliment Tiger, and are the one's that watch golf. I knew that Tiger didn't have "pull" over our young and attractive women. I'm also glad that his wife isn't of White American origin! There's hope!
     
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    And now, the latest chapter in "As the World Turns":

    Author: Woods at sex rehab clinic

    Tiger Woods is receiving treatment at a sex rehabilitation clinic in Mississippi, Benoit Denizet-Lewis, author of a book titled "America Anonymous: Eight Addicts in Search of a Life" and himself a recovering sex addict, wrote on his personal blog Monday, citing an unnamed source.



    Denizet-Lewis says he spent some time at Pine Grove Behavioral Health & Addiction Services in Hattiesburg a few years ago while writing his book and that is where he says Woods is receiving treatment.


    Last week, Radar Online and Jackson, Miss., television stations WJTV and WLBT reported through sources that Woods was at the Hattiesburg clinic.


    Officials at the clinic have not confirmed that Woods is there, and ESPN independently has not been able to confirm that Woods is at the clinic.


    Denizet-Lewis, who has written for the New York Times Magazine and other publications, writes that he spent some time at the clinic a few years ago while working on his book and writes that the programs at the clinic include group therapy sessions and family and couples therapy, so if Woods "and his wife, Elin, are serious about repairing the marriage, she will be spending some time in treatment with Tiger."
    http://sports.espn.go.com/golf/news/story?id=4839414
     
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    I am so tired of everything that's wrong being later called a disease or a addiction. Tiger is a immoral scumbag adulterer with sodomite fantasies, he should simply decide to stop being one. It's as simple as that. Maybe he should try a church with a firm redemptive message as Brit Hume suggested instead of some lame sex therapy clinic.
     
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    Ol' Cheatah is still listed as the most "powerful" athlete. I noticed fellow afroletes "Queen LeBro(w)n" James, "gAy-P", "Doo-Wayne" Wade and SumoShaq are included in the list. [​IMG]

    Woods heads Bloomberg BusinessWeek list

    The Associated Press

    NEW YORK â€" Tiger Woods tops the Bloomberg BusinessWeek list of most powerful athletes, with the companies saying he would have held the top spot even if his infidelity had become public earlier last year.

    The list released Wednesday is based on earning potential and was compiled with the assistance of CSE and Horrow Sports Ventures.

    LeBron James of the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers was second, followed by golfer Phil Mickelson, Albert Pujols of baseball's St. Louis Cardinals, Peyton Manning of the NFL's Indianapolis Colts, Dwyane Wade of the NBA's Miami Heat, swimmer Michael Phelps, Adrian Peterson of the NFL's Minnesota Vikings, the Cavaliers' Shaquille O'Neal and cyclist Lance Armstrong.

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    I wonder what Tiger is planning for Valentine's Day?
     
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    Probably taking a break from "rehab" & visting the nearest bathhouse.[​IMG]
     
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    Watson: Tiger should 'clean up his act'







    -- Tom Watson says Tiger Woods needs to "show some humility to the public" when he returns to golf after sorting out his personal life.


    Watson also said Wednesday that Woods should clean up his on-course behavior in order to be considered among the true greats of the game.



    Woods is on an indefinite break since his car crash Nov. 27 that fueled sordid tales of extramarital affairs.


    "I'll let the cat out of the bag," Watson said ahead of the Dubai Desert Classic. "Tiger has to take ownership of what he has done. He must get his personal life in order. I think that's what he's trying to do. And when he comes back he has to show some humility to the public.


    "I would come out and I would do an interview with somebody and say, 'You know what? I screwed up. And I admit it. I am going to try to change. I am trying to change. I want my wife and family back."


    The 60-year-old Watson, one of golf's elder statesmen, also criticized Woods -- a 14-time major winner -- for bad language and other on-course behavior.


    "I feel that he has not carried the same stature that other great players that have come along like Jack [Nicklaus], Arnold [Palmer], Byron Nelson, the Hogans, in the sense that there was language and club throwing on the golf course," Watson said. "You can grant that of a young person that has not been out here for a while. But I think he needs to clean up his act and show the respect for the game that other people before him have shown."


    Despite beginning his year with victories in Hawaii in the Champions Skins and the senior's Mitsubishi Electric Championship, Watson played down his chances of winning the Desert Classic on the European Tour.


    After playing in the pro-am, Watson said he was impressed with the condition of the Emirates course but had trouble keeping his drives on the narrow fairways.


    "The rough is very tough," he said. "It is very tough to get the ball on the green from the rough. You have probably only got a one-in-seven or one-in-eight chance to get the green if you drive into the rough."
    The field also includes England's Lee Westwood and Sweden's Henrik Stenson, who will be among the favorites for Sunday's $416,600 prize.


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    Oh there is hope for white people to forgive and forget. The Queen DWF (Dumb White Female) has picked up her mongral philandering Husband from Sex Rehab. What a friggen loser! Another tragic/dumb incident in White history!!!
     
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    Par for the course for a mudshark/race-traitor.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     
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    "Tiger Woods is Out of Rehab and Back with Elin Nordegren Woods"Â￾

    http://www.gather.com/viewArticle.action?articleId=281474978032850&grpId=3659174697259616


    Aww, did the little sham celebrity "couple"Â￾ finally patch things up? How adorable. I saw random ESPN anchors "trumpeting"Â￾ this as a momentous occasion, and proof positive that "all is well!"Â￾

    I'm sure the DWF subculture shed an affectionate tear alongside ESPN, the Golf Channel, the PGA Tour, the MSM News Jews, and all ten thousand of Tiger's sponsors. I could see the "Tiger is bad"Â￾ memories of the general population being erased, slowly but surely. Today was merely the groundwork of "Operation Re-Build Tiger's Ego."Â￾

    I too was happy to watch his store-bought little skank wife "pick up"Â￾ her degenerate, wanna-be "man"Â￾-whore husband. These two rejects belong together. Elin will have to live the remainder of her life in a state of unconditional humiliation. I'm not sure her "husband"Â￾ could have dishonored her, or their children, anymore than he has. I wonder what she thinks of his guy-on-guy fantasies / encounters? I suppose the media was correct, black men are truly the alpha-males of this galaxy.

    I can't wait until TurdBergler Woods flops during a media-contrived "comeback."Â￾
     
  23. white is right

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    Guys not all is lost I got a feeling Tiger Woods is going to be treated like the gimp in Pulp fiction by his wife..... [​IMG] [​IMG] This makes me wonder how long will it be until he relapses... [​IMG] [​IMG] Edited by: white is right
     
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    If Tiger Woods can somehow be kept off the PGA Tour this year, even the DWFs will realize the tour can do just fine without him.
     

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