Tiger Woods has now officially apologized in front of the cameras for his personal indiscretions.
In honor of that, how about a song with Sorry in the title not once but twice.
You’ll have to watch it multiple times to actually meet the equivalent number of apologies necessary for each and every one of Tiger’s affairs.
Nothing says “Sorry” like a bunch of orange-clad Filipino prisoners dancing in unison with teenage girls on hand to watch. I’m a bit confused by the young female audience.
For more information about the prison dance routines, visit Byron F Garcia.
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It’s the last day of the work week for most folks, so we need some Feel Good Friday tunage.
In honor (or should that be dishonor) of Tiger Woods‘ first public statement since he crashed his SUV on Thanksgiving and then crashed the rest of his life as a result of his personal misteps becoming public, I present to you Buck Owens and the Buckaroos performing on Hee Haw!
Yep, it’s Tiger by the Tail.
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Squirrel Queen recently documented the kangaroo boxing phenomenon.
Now I’ve come across another roo-umentary of a bouncing beast banging his bells back and forth on a golf course. This actually made the news Down Under.
The payoff starts at the 24-second mark.
Bing, bang, boom.
In case you haven’t noticed, Tiger Woods is trying his darnedest to weasel his way into the Squirrel Queen’s legion.
The links-prowling Tiger is sporting the Squirrel Queen’s shorthand moniker on his noggin.
Look. Here’s a picture with it right there on his cap, next to the Nike swoosh. In big, bold capital letters – SQ – just above his ear.
Not only is he trying to woo me by wearing my initials. He’s also trying to captivate me by keeping a SasQuatch in his golf bag. He knows how much a Bigfoot sighting intrigues both me and Newscoma.
Next thing you know just to get my attention he’ll be reporting sightings of the Loch Ness Monster in some water hazard on the next golf course he traverses.
All this to get the attention of the Squirrel Queen.
Thanks and a hat tip to Smiley, King of the Sewanee Course, for sending this little tidbit my way.
In case you haven’t noticed, Tiger isn’t the only animal roaming the links at the U.S. Open this year. The Squirrel Queen is also on the scene. Just look at the logo for the tourney. The Caddyshack gopher was just the beginning.
My legion is pervasive and insistent. Bow down or be broken down.