Originally Posted by Golfingdad
OK. I'll bite ... what do you infer from his comments?
Originally Posted by phan52
That Tiger was cavalier with the rules.
No, that's not what I asked. He flat out said that Tiger was cavalier with the rules ... with the last 6 or 7 words of a pair of paragraphs that totaled 175-ish words. What I want to know is what you honestly think he inferred with the other 165-168 words? What do you think Brandel means when he explains precisely how the teacher graded his test that they both knew he cheated on (100 crossed out with a F beneath it), and then he graded Tiger with a 100 crossed out with a F beneath. Nowhere in his story did he mention the word cavalier, but he did mention the word cheat twice (and 'deceive' once as well).
Or, if you don't want to answer for yourself, let's play a game instead. The Family Feud.
100 random people were polled on whether or not Brandel Chamblee inferred that Tiger was a cheater, and the top 2 answers are on the board. Survey says!?!?!?! (How many of those 100 would you think would actually say that he did NOT infer that Tiger cheated?) I'm gonna say that the number is under 5, and I wouldn't be surprised if (assuming you weren't polled) that the number would be under 1.