Originally posted by drjayphd+1 for open marriages and doing everything above board?
Okay, but you have to go -1 million for Tiger having been with anyone associated with 'Tool Academy'.
I have to point out the hilarious e-mail Tiger left for his mistress, according to Howard Stern's show. It claimed he wrote that he had a distrubing dream where he came home after winning a touranment only to catch her cheating with Derek Jeter and he didn't know how to react to it. If that's true, I can only imagine the crazy stories between Tiger and his woman (women?) that are going to come out in the near-future.
Better hold off on the jokes. TMZ is reporting Tiger has been admitted to the hospital as an overdose patient and CNN is reporting that a "nice looking blonde woman" has been taken from Woods' house by EMTs.
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
Originally posted by AWArulzBetter hold off on the jokes. TMZ is reporting Tiger has been admitted to the hospital as an overdose patient and CNN is reporting that a "nice looking blonde woman" has been taken from Woods' house by EMTs.
So...a woman that was not his wife, because his wife drove up in an SUV shortly after, but looked like her was at his house was taken to the hospital on "advanced life support" and has already been released? And Tiger was admitted for an OD in a seperate incident?
That's as horribly written a story as I've ever seen. I have no clue what they are reporting.
WINDERMERE, Fla. -- A woman was taken to the hospital from the home of Tiger Woods early Tuesday, according to local media reports.
According to WESH-TV, firefighters from Orange County, Fla, responded to a medical call received at 2:36 a.m. The station reported that a radio log showed an adult woman taken to a local hospital.
According to WESH-TV, the log showed the patient initially refused transport, but was later listed as an advanced life support patient. The station also reported that a black Cadillac SUV was seen leaving the hospital shortly after the ambulance arrived, and that the license plate was similar to the one involved in the crash that involved Woods on Nov. 27.
However, Orange County Fire Rescue spokeswoman Genevieve Latham told the Orlando Sentinel that, according to her information, rescue crews didn't take anyone to the hospital.
"It was a medical call and the patient refused to be transported to the hospital," Latham said, according to the Sentinel.
That's only a snippit. So someone may or may not have been taken to the hospital? I'm with wmatistic. I'm lost.
Uh-oh. (soccernet.espn.go.com) It's generally not good news when the two-time defending champions of your nation's top-flight league get accused of trying to manipulate said league. This isn't like, say, Genoa's misdeeds a year or two ago.