The obsession with Tiger Woods proves it: we’ve lost our marbles.
Australia is drying up. Dubai is in the toilet. The Large Hadron Collider is smashing atoms. Our world is full of economic turmoil, prisoner torture, tax tantrums, pit bulls posing as statesmen … also genuine art, beauty, acts of compassion, marvels of all kinds. All pushed off the page/airwave/bandwidth by some American celebrity’s auto antics.
I can’t decide who should be most embarrassed: the audience who ingests the mountain of crap about his stupid car thingy, or the so-called journalists who dish it up.
It’s a car crash, people. Who cares where he was going or who he was seeing? He’s a golf player. Get a grip already.
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