Burn down the disco. Hang the blessed DJ. Because the music that he constantly plays, it says nothing to me about my life.
Now that he's admitted it, I think it's over.
I have a hard time feeling sorry for his wife. Yeah, he cheated, but if he was Tiger Woods, a normal guy that makes $40k a year, would she have given him the time of day? Not likely. Most of the time they get married for one thing......$$$$$$$$$ and lots of it.
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Not this year...maybe a Wild Card
Just saw Jesper Parnevik on Sportscenter saying he would have to apologize to Elin for introducing her to Tiger. Seriously. That is harsh.
When all is said and done more is said than done.
Is it just me or wouldn't a 3-Iron do more damage than a driver? Maybe if it was an old wood driver, but if I needed a weapon and had to choose between a modern driver and a 3-Iron, I'd probably go with the iron.By Bob Harig
Jesper Parnevik, the Swedish golfer who along with his wife, Mia, introduced Elin Nordegren to Tiger Woods, is none too pleased with the world's No. 1 golfer.
Parnevik, 44, who is playing at the PGA Tour's qualifying tournament in West Palm Beach, Fla., told the Golf Channel on Wednesday that "I really feel sorry for Elin," in light of reports that Woods has been unfaithful.
Woods issued an apology on his Web site Wednesday for "transgressions," in the wake of a report that he had a 31-month affair with a Los Angeles woman.
Nordegren, 29, began working for the Parneviks as a nanny in 2000. She was first introduced to Woods at the 2001 British Open and they were married in 2004.
"I would be especially sad about it since I'm kind of -- I really feel sorry for Elin -- since me and my wife were at fault for hooking her up with him," Parnevik said. "We probably thought he was a better guy than he is. I would probably need to apologize to her and hope she uses a driver next time instead of the 3-iron."
In a statement issued Wednesday, Woods strongly denied any physical altercation between him and his wife. "The stories in particular that physical violence played any role in the car accident were utterly false and malicious."
According to Windermere (Fla.) police chief Daniel Saylor, Woods' wife of five years used a golf club to break the back window of Woods' SUV to get him out of the car after she heard the accident in the early hours of Saturday.
Parnevik, a five-time PGA Tour winner, said he has had no contact with Woods since the accident on Friday.
"It's a private thing of course," he said. "But when you are the guy he is, the world's best athlete, you should think more before you do stuff ... And maybe not just do it, like Nike says."
I wonder if Tiger will use that bulletin board material if he ever plays Parnevik in the matchplay tourney like he did with Ames.
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From what I've heard, the Parneviks consider their nannys as a member of their family. It sounds like Elin is like a sister or a daughter to him so he is probably reacting like a father or brother would if his son in law or brother in law screwed around on his daughter.
As for Tiger using that as bulletin board material, I think Jesper has to get his Tour card back before something like that happens.
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