Could Tiger Woods' unplayable lies become a scaddy book?
Thanks to Tiger-Gate, the media has had one of its hottest hay days since they discovered Barnum Bailey’s Cardiff giant was an enormous hoax. I have never heard so many anchors, pitch men, entertainment reporters, PR people and just plain folks weigh in on what happened in Tiger Land.
Woods has moved from the front pages of the sports magazines to the front pages of the tabloids and everyone has an opinion.
As more and more young women come out of the woodwork to stake their claim as one of Tiger’s preferred recreational playmates, you’ve got to ask why they want to talk about it at all. Money, perchance?
But just as winning the lottery becomes a smaller pot when more than one person has a vested interest in the ticket, so these ladies will have to hustle to cut the best deal. Just how many (if any) stories do we want to read about Jamie, Jaimee, Rachel, Kalika or any of the other second stringers and their exploits with the Tiger?
Perhaps these ladies should consolidate their positions and contribute to one blockbuster book. They could call it something like “The Girls who went into the Woods,” or “Stalkers of the Tiger” or “Love, Lies and Woodies.”
Whatever. They might get a bigger chunk of change if there was just one scaddy book in the marketplace. There would be no question the book would get huge publicity and a sizable share of shelf space. Probably be a best seller. There are people who lap up this stuff.
Or what about “Unplayable Lies"?
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