“Tiger Woods needs to come clean.”
“Tiger Woods needs to explain exactly what happened on Friday morning and set the record straight.”
“Tiger Woods needs to explain everything right now.”
These are all phrases that you will see written in virtually every article about Tiger Woods and the incident that took place outside of his home at 2:30 a.m. on Friday morning.
But what you have to understand is that the general public, along with the many journalists who are taking this point of view, are not doing so without bias.
Tiger Woods doesn’t need to do anything.
On the contrary. We, the public, as well as the media, are desperately hoping for Woods to come clean and explain everything. It would provide a very entertaining story, and, at the end of the day, entertainment is what everyone is really after here.
No one cares about how Woods’ car managed to roll over a fire hydrant, or what hospital he was taken to, or the extent of his injuries.
Nope—we are concerned with one thing and one thing only: Was his ...
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