I respect the LA Times absolutely zero when I read something like this on that site first, because I've gotten so much incorrect news from them, but ESPN.com is also carrying the same article, although its headline has a "?" at the end of it, implying the divorce is not so certain.
Originally posted by CajunManYou should see this week's cover of STAR mag. Jessica Simpson and Tiger on the cover. I would not doubt it(Relationship)!
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Think I read somewhere that this is not true, denied by Simpson.
Then again, wasn't she seeing Billy Corgan? So who knows what's possible these days!
According to a story I heard on the radio this morning discussing the magazine cover, the two met at some sort of celebrity golf tournament while Jessica was still dating Tony Romo. Flirting commenced and they exchanged phone numbers. Uh huh. She of course has denied any kind of relationship with Tiger. I guess we're supposed to believe every blonde woman on the planet is possibly/probably one of Tiger's women?
His mistake was not the affairs...it was getting married and starting a family. That's a serious commitment (particularly in the woman's view) that obviously he wasn't capable of.
The wife and kids certainly aren't going to be hurting financially after this. Emotionally, yes. But it's not like anybody's getting left on the side of the road here.
Let everybody move on with their lives and let Tiger move on with his golfing career. Tiger, you go right on bedding any woman who's willing. You're young, good looking, and successful. Take advantage of every moment of it. We all live vicariously through you. Do us proud.
Originally posted by Mr Heel IIHis mistake was not the affairs...it was getting married and starting a family. That's a serious commitment (particularly in the woman's view) that obviously he wasn't capable of.
This cannot be emphasized enough. I'm more mad at Tiger for being an idiot and making a serious commitment he couldn't keep than for his affairs.
Rankings after UFC on Fuel 9 - with the card taking place in Stockholm, notice the big influx of European folks making their debut on the voting panel - we'll see if they stick around... Here are the 72 making up the voting panel this time around: