If I'm famous, the bar has been set way low....
I simply don't find making fun of someone's misfortune funny....
Agreed. (C'mon Rep, you were public figure in the upper Midwest.) see below....
Misfortune is tripping on a log and bruising an arm or breaking a nose. If you have the choice
and opportunity and get caught doing something you should not be doing, or something
someone would frown upon, you open yourself up to ridicule. I believe that ALL public
figures live in a glass bowl. If you do not want anyone to know that you are doing
something you do not want them to know,DON'T DO IT.
I do not condone any adultery
but I definitely condone the other spouse beating the heck out of your car or being for
violating your vows or rules.
Believing that Tiger is a figure that has the misfortune
of marrying a woman that would
be angry for being betrayed is flat out naive.
I am a golfer (a bad one at that.) I have always looked up to Tiger and believed that he was a man of honor. I thought
that his biggest transgressions were not replacing his divots or not seeding his divots. If he chooses
to cheat on his wife and assume that no one will find humor in satirical pictures of his ways, he is