KePP wrote:Interesting perspective. Mine was more along the lines of do these guys think they're gonna get away with this stuff?
Who cares. It was a bad choice, a personal choice. Tiger isnt the first person to cheat on his wife. Why should that be your business or entertaining to you?
When you choose to pursue a profession that makes you famous, you know damn well that your personal privacy is forfeited to the flock of sheep. Don't want that? Then find a different way to make money. That's why fame is not an option for me.
How he makes money has nothing to do with infidleity and the press it recieves. Its people and thier appetite for anything and everything, like I said, mainly out of bitterness. Tabloid reporters and nowadays even sportscasters are becoming some of the biggest stone throwers ever. Its sickening. How many people are concerned about Tigers wife? His family? His mistress? None. They are concerned with the story that attracts attention and adds to sponsor dollars. It would be an absoulte goldmine for the press if those traffic reports revealved drugs or alcohol in his system. Basically, everyone that couldnt make money off him before is trying to do it now.