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Comment from: Ben Hog-end [Visitor]
Tiger Woods is a belly-aching, hypochondrial whimp who is seemingly always nursing one ailment or another...I suppose this is done because his massive ego can never get enough attention and to make himself appear to be so superior that he can be victorious even when he is not one hundred percent. Looks like there are no boundaries to his colossal ego. I've never seen anyone so young have so many physical problems and still somehow always manage to rise to the occasion...he does seem to thrive on the sympathy that he receives. Guess I should be awestruck, but for some reason the mere thought of him makes me queasy.
2005-11-25 @ 14:36
Comment from: Ben Hog-end [Visitor]
With that delightful display of sycophantic butt-kissing, you should be on Tiger's payroll. And I'm surprised that with all his wealth, he can't afford some Rolaids. Sorry, but you have not convinced me that he is not a whining wimpering brat. One more thing, Hogan was no prize either.
2005-11-25 @ 21:19
Comment from: Ivory [Visitor]
Well, if appreciating the greatness of Mr. Hogan and Tiger is sycophantic butt-kissing, I'm comfortable with puckering-up!! They aren't the only ones, my list is long and distinguished. By the way, my finances are very considerable, and neither Tiger or I need me on his payroll. Also, I have absolutely no desire to convince you of anything regarding Tiger. His place in golf history and humanitarian contributions does not rest on your approval.
2005-11-27 @ 06:39
Comment from: Ben Hog-end [Visitor]
Hey, Ivory...

This may come as a surprise to you, but I really do respect your opinion...you are absolutely correct that Tiger's record speaks for itself and certainly does not need my approval. Unfortunately I tend to be a bit harsh in my criticism of him, probably because people in general seem to deify him. That does bother me a bit. I'll admit, I am sometimes awed by his talent. I think if he showed some humility I would back off. But for my new year resolution, I am pledging to substantially reduce my Tiger-bashing. I really mean that from the heart! So please accept my apologies and happy holidays and peace to you, my brother!

P.S.

I don't really dislike Mr. Hogan either. I met him when I was 12 years old and was very impressed by his game and sense of style.
2005-11-27 @ 09:59
Comment from: richard [Visitor]
your blog has been added to the largest golf blogroll on the internet ;)

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2005-11-28 @ 20:34

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