Hooray, a reason to put “Tiger Woods” in a headline! Did you know that he and his dead father and the Nike Corporation are thieves, with their creepy new commercial about how we all need to somberly reflect and then buy his golf apparel again? Former presidential candidate Mike Gravel patented this aesthetic years ago. Pay the man, Nike. Pay him money.

Tiger’s dad doesn’t even threw a huge rock into the water! What an ass.

[Tiger, Gravel]

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  1. Isn’t Earl Woods the one who taught Tiger to be a pussyhound in the first place? Isn’t that why his first marriage ended and why Tiger’s mom eventually divorced him as well?

  2. Woods is just joining in the American tradition of milking a dead father’s memory for cash begun by Natalie Cole, and recently perfected by Brian Herbert.

  3. Mike Gravel’s first day of kindygarden the other kids tied him to a tree and painted “Honky” all over his gravelly face and do you know what, the teacher didn’t do a think about it ’til one day when she found out years later that if she hired Gloria Steinem or someone of that ilk she could sue some famous guy over the whole thing. No bull, pure fact.

  4. Awwww… you guys are so mean. How can you stay mad at poor widdle Tigger and his Me-So-Sorry-Me-Naughty puppy dog hang-dog face?

    Yes, Tiger, yes! You can come back. We can start all over again. You can bang all the hookers you like. Just keep paying those mortgages and credit card bills, and we’ll have you back. One big happy family.

    (Just don’t ever ever EVER touch me again or I’ll kill you in your sleep.)

  5. I want to see Riley standing in front of the camera, wearing his pink say-hey-to-John-Boehner sweater, with Ken or Jim (whichever is more sober at the time) reading that same soundtrack.

    Or perhaps a real tiger! Better yet, Riley and a real tiger.

    Just do it!

  6. “I want to know what you are thinking.” “I want to nail everything I see walking.” “I want to know what you learned.” “I get in trouble if I nail everything I see walking.”

  7. I’d been really ignoring this whole Tiger thing, and didn’t care either way how people felt about him. But really, WTF, MAN?! This is more creepy and distasteful than the revelation of his secret life. This is the kind of stuff that’ll make you not buy a Nike product, again.

    Ewww…I need a shower. And Tiger “I’ll fuck anything that walks/My magnetic penis finds holes” Woods? Yeah; you follow me in and I’ll deck your ass, you hear?

    BTW, kudos to the Natalie Cole references, guys.

  8. [re=551829]Jim Newell[/re]: We love you Jim
    Oh yes we do.
    We love you Jim
    And we’ll be true.
    When you’re not with us, we’re blue!
    Oh Jim, we love you.

    Now hurry up and shoot the video suggested by [re=551892]What Fresh Hell is This?[/re]:.

  9. What the hell? No longer available due to a copyright claim by Nike? Whatever happened to “reasonable use” for purposes of satire? This is as fully protected as anything can be. YouTube is a bunch of limp-dick pussies who flee in terror any time someone stomps their corporate feet.

  10. When John Cage pulled this stuff back in the 1950’s, coming out in a tux and tails at Carnegie Hall and looking at the keyboard for an hour and a half, it was Zen and richly imaginative. In both the above performances, we are subjected to a pair of outsize egos and little else. People with addictions suffer from low self-esteem and overcompensate with excessive egotism — the phrase you hear at 12 Step meetings is “the asshole that the world revolves around.” However, I have no idea what Gravel’s excuse was; I’m guessing there is no excuse for him.

  11. Apparently it would have been too cliche to simply show Nike’s golf spokesperson using Nike golf equipment to play a round of golf? Maybe with a cheesy ‘Welcome Back, Tiger’ at the end?

    Oh, and then some blond whores…

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