Tiger Woods - the good, the bad, and the ugly

Tiger Woods - the good, the bad, and the ugly

This is a discussion on Tiger Woods - the good, the bad, and the ugly within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; The Good: Tiger Woods is human afterall The Bad: He did something increadibly stupid (especially as a celebrity) The Ugly: He got his a$$ kicked ...

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    Tiger Woods - the good, the bad, and the ugly

    The Good: Tiger Woods is human afterall

    The Bad: He did something increadibly stupid (especially as a celebrity)

    The Ugly: He got his a$$ kicked by his old lady with his golf club and tried to run. He should have stood there and taken what he deserved like a man. You play, you pay. And boy, is he gonna pay. That's some expensive fooling around.

    What does this have to do with defensive carry? At least there wasn't a gun involved.
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    No gun involved.

    It is still aggravated assault if she did indeed whack him with a golf club.

    The fact that she is married to him and he deserved it is irrelevant. You cant beat on your spouse with a weapon or anything else that can be used to injure.

    And since there was no gun involved, I moved this tothe Off Topic and Humor Discussion.
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    And if he wasnt a celeb the cops would have not taken " no interview"
    for an answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    No gun involved.

    It is still aggravated assault if she did indeed whack him with a golf club.

    The fact that she is married to him and he deserved it is irrelevant. You cant beat on your spouse with a weapon or anything else that can be used to injure.

    And since there was no gun involved, I moved this tothe Off Topic and Humor Discussion.
    HG,

    I know what you're saying is accurately LEGALLY.
    Personally, I think he only got part of what was due him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotGuns View Post
    No gun involved.
    And since there was no gun involved, I moved this tothe Off Topic and Humor Discussion.
    That's cool.

    I don't advocate violence of any kind, but once he left his property in the SUV, the situation became public, not private. And being a celeb, the media hounds will pick at the scab of the details until they get blood. He has no one to blame but himself. He must take responsibility for his actions and deal with them accordingly. Does he personally deserve privacy just like everyone else? Yes. Can he reasonably expect to receive it as a celeb? No. When you make millions in the public eye (the good), you have to accept the bad (personal media scrutiny) with it. It comes with the territory. This just happens to be the first time this "media darling" has ever personally seen the wrath of the dark side of the media and public...and the wrath of an angry wife with a 3 iron.

    The fact that no gun was involved helps us all. Anytime something high profile occurs and it does involve a gun, opposers parade those instances around as reasons to ban guns. I haven't heard anyone mention banning golf clubs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by miklcolt45 View Post
    HG,

    Personally, I think he only got part of what was due him.

    JMO.
    Agreed.

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    I've been golfing for 20+ years. I appreciate his golf abilities, but I've never thought he was in the same league as far as class and professionalism as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, and Tom Watson (just to name a few). This just validates my personal opinion for me.

    He had life by the nads and all he had to do was keep his nose clean. Lets see:
    1) #1 Golver in the world
    2) Most famous and highest paid athlete
    3) Megabozillionaire
    4) Married to a drop dead georgeous blonde bombshell Swedish Bikini Model wife

    If he wasn't happy with all of that, then he'll never be happy. I, personally, think he's an idiot.

    "take-out" is for losers, regardless of the situation (just my opinion)
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    I like to play golf once in awhile.

    It would be great if she came out and told what club she selected to do the deed with.

    Did she keep her head down?

    Did she take a nice smooth swing and let the club do all the work?

    We just want to know.
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    She has requested Tiger change his name to Cheetah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    I like to play golf once in awhile.

    It would be great if she came out and told what club she selected to do the deed with.

    Did she keep her head down?

    Did she take a nice smooth swing and let the club do all the work?

    We just want to know.
    Did she keep her eye on the ball?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim Macklin View Post
    Did she keep her eye on the ball?
    That was balls with an "S"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoJoGunn View Post
    I like to play golf once in awhile.

    It would be great if she came out and told what club she selected to do the deed with.

    Did she keep her head down?

    Did she take a nice smooth swing and let the club do all the work?

    We just want to know.
    Funny post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BugDude View Post
    I haven't heard anyone mention banning golf clubs.
    You haven't talked with anyone that has seen me golf!

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    She has requested Tiger change his name to Cheetah!
    That's just funny right there!
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    Have you seen his wife?? Let alone the women he was playin with??

    I wonder what par is for those holes??
    And how much an "18 hole" round would cost at such a nice green??
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