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Tag Archives: Tiger Woods
Why did his mistress choose “All In” as the title for his biography? Why do men and women like General David Petraeus and Paula Broadwell risk success for sex? He, in particular, is far from alone: Bill Clinton, John Edwards, … Continue reading →
Update, April 11, 2012: Bubba wins, babes lose Bubba Watson won the 2012 Masters in a flood of tears of joy but there were no tears shed for Virginia Rometty, CEO of IBM. Virginia was an inactive spectator for both … Continue reading →
Oscars and Hollywood ask Obama for sanctions on Bordeaux wines Where have all our winners gone? If George Clooney can’t beat some French guy whose name we can’t pronounce, and Meryl Streep can only go 3 for 17 (while playing … Continue reading →
Tim Tebow, Tiger Woods and Kobe Bryant are together on America’s favorite sport’s star list. OMG! Or thank god. Or thank ESPN.
“Let he who has not sinned cast the first ball.” John 8:7 (John the disciple or maybe John Elway?) Tim Tebow is now America’s favorite pro athlete based on a survey by ESPN, which asks people to pick their favorite … Continue reading →
Applying the buy low/sell high investment principle Tiger Woods was recently dumped by Tag Hauer due to his falling star – actually, the crashing of his brand image – and he saw his value plummet more than the Dow. But … Continue reading →