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Tiger Woods - something good out of all the bad... - December 18, 2009, 10:36 PM

Named 2009 Golf "Playah" of the year. No shit. Fitting, eh?


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December 19, 2009, 11:17 AM

It's such a sad story.

This guy was such a darling for everyone, and he made some catastrophic mistakes. I could never condone what he did, but it's frightening how ruthless our culture is with these juicy scandals. Most people watch crap like this unfold on their TV screens every night and can't get enough. Then when it happens in real life, they condemn without a second thought. Our media sells the fiction and makes it look so good, and then they turn right around and sell us the real life train wrecks and make it look so bad. All of life is just another TV show, and America's number one priority has become entertainment at all costs.

I'm disappointed with Tiger Woods but am thoroughly disgusted with our entertainment industry. Hollywood and the entertainment industry moved off the screen and into real life a few years ago with the likes of Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, and the others (you know who I'm talking about). One day you'll go to the theater to watch two hours of Nancy Grace. There won't be cinema like we now think of it. I'll just say no thank you, got much more interesting things to do.
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