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2 minutes ago, Daslamminman said:

Tiger has made himself a tool. He is dead to me.

Huh?

What made him a tool, exactly? Winning the 2019 Masters?

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Allowing the traitor in the White House to wrap himself in the masters glory. 

In doing that, he became a tool and is dead to me. Maybe not to you, but to me. There was no one of the millions who hoped and rooted for him who did so harder than this sucker.

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16 minutes ago, Daslamminman said:

Allowing the traitor in the White House to wrap himself in the masters glory. 

In doing that, he became a tool and is dead to me. Maybe not to you, but to me. There was no one of the millions who hoped and rooted for him who did so harder than this sucker.

Understood.  Not a fan of his White House visit.

Otherwise I have been a fan or non-fan of Tiger in three different ways:

1.  The young, unbeatable Tiger.  Exciting!

2.   The Tiger who had 100 mistresses while he was married.  Despicable.

3.   The "Comeback" Tiger who persevered through multiple surgeries and won again.  Until one has had golf injuries that cannot be truly appreciated.

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37 minutes ago, Daslamminman said:

Allowing the traitor in the White House to wrap himself in the masters glory.

Once again, what's he supposed to do? Say "no thank you for the glorious award?" Get real. It's also about respecting the office.

And, again, our rule is no political talk on the site. So that's the end of that.

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1 hour ago, Daslamminman said:

Tiger has made himself a tool. He is dead to me.

If he’s dead to you...imagine what you are to him.🤭

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9 hours ago, Daslamminman said:

There was no one of the millions who hoped and rooted for him who did so harder than this sucker.

 

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9 hours ago, Daslamminman said:

Allowing the traitor in the White House to wrap himself in the masters glory. 

In doing that, he became a tool and is dead to me. Maybe not to you, but to me. There was no one of the millions who hoped and rooted for him who did so harder than this sucker.

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19 minutes ago, Nutsmacker said:

 

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Please do not escalate this. We do not want this to become a political discussion.

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10 hours ago, Daslamminman said:

Allowing the traitor in the White House to wrap himself in the masters glory. 

In doing that, he became a tool and is dead to me. Maybe not to you, but to me. There was no one of the millions who hoped and rooted for him who did so harder than this sucker.

Wow..

You sir have my pity. If your life is that bad that you have to have that opinion of someone who has probably never met you, then that is truly sad.


Seriously, I never understood people who allow such extreme thoughts or feelings to dictate their lives. It takes way too much energy to be angry all the time or to show such anger. I can count on one hand the number of people I truly hated in my life. A good majority of those people have left the my enmity list because I just don't have any residual feelings for what they did. If I met them now, I wouldn't harbor any hatred. There is no worth to holding on to such thoughts or feelings.

9 hours ago, iacas said:

Once again, what's he supposed to do? Say "no thank you for the glorious award?" Get real. It's also about respecting the office.

Exactly

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