Haha, I was just going to post something along the same lines. I turned on my TV as I was making lunch, which takes a while to turn on, left and came back and lo and behold Tiger was in the midst of a televised press conference. I figured it was the Golf Channel as it droned on for a long time, but when I returned realized it was BSPN's Sports Center that gave over so much of the show to Woods as they were now talking football, specifically the Cardinals hiring a female linebackers coach for training camp. The host asked Bill Polian and Ryan Clark if any of the players would object to a woman coaching them, and of course they both said no. After all their BSPN careers would be over if they said yes, and as for the players, even the black ones know now that while they can say and do just about anything, one thing they can't do is tread on the turf of feminists, homosexuals and Jews. Then while eating lunch, I was reading BSPN's cultural communist "competitor," Sports Illustrated magazine, and on the last page was a piece by Alan Shipnuck (judging by his picture his name should be Alan Chipmunk) about who else, moaning about how it wasn't 2000 and 2005 again at St. Andrews, when Woods was victorious. And of course he had to get a malicious dig in at Jack Nicklaus, writing: "Woods, 39, has time to turn things around; Jack Nicklaus won the U.S. Open and the PGA Championship at 40, to say nothing of the Masters at 46. But Nicklaus's life and his game were always grounded in stability, with only his motivation coming and going." Really???? Jack, who won 18 majors and came in second 19 times and who had unparalleled concentration and determination, had "motivation problems"? Who knew, other than Alan Chipmunk. All these media shills and trolls still pining for their hero should be called the "I'll Never Let Tiger Go Brigade," named after the 1997 movie Titanic when the girl is in the icy water after the ship sinks and realizes "Jack Dawson" is dead and says, "I'll never let you go, Jack, I'll never let you go."