- Jul 29, 2001
Makes people feel better seeing someone at the top of their game fall. So it sells. Makes people feel not so bad about their shitty job, shitty household, shitty fat ass wife or beer gutted husband who won't fuck her no more, shitty neighborhood, and bratty kids. Just look at the people buying National Enquirer and the like in supermarket that will tell you a lot. Same Audience.What bothers me about this Tiger Woods incident is the amount of publicity that it's getting. Who cares? Why should it be the lead story on the national news? Surely something of greater consequence must be going on in the world.
I find the amount of coverage this story is receiving to be offensive. It would be nice of the news channels would report some real news and not this crap.