A bad round
The media circus surrounding Tiger Woods accident is a total waste of ink and oxygen in their query to invade Woods' privacy. The media has bounced this story around until it has evolved into one of the biggest pieces of tabloid garbage that there ever was.
Pundits on the airwaves are clamoring for dirt and declaring that Woods owes an explanation to the public. My question is whose business it is beside his wife and himself anyway. They owe no one the right to know their personal business.
A report published by a particular sports news syndicate says that Woods will lose millions of dollars from sponsors as a result of his accident and resulting rumors, but I doubt very seriously [they will] because they are in business to sell their products and Tiger Woods is definitely the man for that.
A recent poll of the people showed, when asked if they were sponsors would they continue to use Tiger Woods in the highly dramatized aftermath of his accident, 66 percent responded that they would.
That tells me that media is wrong in their assumptions and even if he did lose all of his sponsors how much hurt could that possibly bring to bear on one of the richest sportsmen in the history of sports. After all they would be the losers in the long run if they dropped him as the face and user of their sporting products.
Hang in there Tiger and remain silent. Your personal affairs are nobody's business but your own and certainly doesn't interest me or change my admiration of you in the least .
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