Unless you never turn on the news or read the paper, you've probably heard by now that golf great Tiger Woods is in a little hot water. More like a lot of hot water - say, the kind you'd find in a jacuzzi. Sprinkle in a dozen or so skanky barbie doll impersonators who each claim to have had, um, alone time, with the married Woods and you start to get a better idea.
I'm sure Tiger's wife is not pleased with all these goings on, but he may not have to worry about holding onto his wallet in the inevitable divorce proceedings. After all, according to that bastion of Hollywood morality, Dennis Rodman, Tiger "didn't do anything wrong...".
Allow me to rewind. Woods has an entire cheerleading squad claiming to have had affairs with him - a charge he hasn't denied - and yet, according to Rodman, it's no big deal?
Hmmm... let me check my sin-o-meter again. Adultery... ding ding ding! Yup, still wrong.
Rodman continues his defense of Woods, saying, "Once your life is under a microscope everyone wants to look at you and just nitpick everything you do so bad.” Well, that may be true, but we are not talking about a choice to eat non-organic cereal here. We are talking about a guy cheating on his wife multiple times with multiple women.
It's not nitpicky to expect better behavior from someone who is well-known and looked up to as a role model.
I mean, we might expect this sort of thing from Dennis Rodman, but Tiger Woods? Come on, dude. We're disappointed in you.