Monday, February 22, 2010

I'm not a golfer or a fan of Tiger Woods,...

... but no sentient being could be unaware of his Big Public Apology last Friday, even those of us listening to music on satellite radio on the drive up to Minnesota. (Volume in the stock markets reportedly slowed down while traders watched the spectacle.) As I said, I'm indifferent to the whole thing, but what I don't understand is, why did Woods have to do this in the first place? Why not just reply to reporters' questions with a "No comment," and get on with his career? Does he really owe anyone besides his wife an apology? Certainly not me.

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