Eldrick hires Forked Tongue Ari Fleischer has experience in spinning lies
Two sources in the golf community say that Ari Fleischer, the former forked tongue of The Bush Butcher has been huddling with Woods, plotting a strategy for his return to golf — starting March 25 in Orlando, Fla.
“They were in his living room this week going over a strategy for how to handle Bay Hill in two weeks,” claims one source.
This is a good move for Eldrick.
After that disasterous "press conference" where the press was gagged he's going to need some expert advice on how to screw up less next time.
People are used to hearing Fleischer tell the clumsiest lies in White House history, lies about rape, kidnapping, stolen elections, invasions, grand theft, torture and murder, and Eldrick isn't guilty of any of those crimes - probably.
It's like having a big-time mob lawyer help you with your parking ticket.
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"Isleworth has become the principal residence for many of the world's top professional athletes and entertainers, including PGA Tour veterans Tiger Woods, Nick O'Hern, John Cook, Mark O'Meara, Daniel Chopra, J. B. Holmes, Stuart Appleby, Craig Parry, Robert Allenby, and Charles Howell III ,Lee Janzen, Scott Hoch, as well as LPGA star Paula Creamer."
We may want to examine the athletes and entertainers who are residents of that dubious Estate to verify whether they may not also be changelings, doppelgangers, clones or project talent graduates.
The above video gives testimony to the CIA association with the British Tavistock Institute which is most notorious in our theme specific community for having Murdered and Replaced James Paul McCartney.
We can hereby find additional clues leading to the assumption that Tiger Woods was recruited the usual way in childhood as issue of military personnel in active duty and brainwashed and programmed as a Super-Soldier / Super-Golfer. The new Figer Woods is so obviously a replacement it isn't funny. As actually are most of the others, only we were on to THIS DOPPELGANGER even before he made his clumsy appearance on a controlled media scene.
I think we can add Tiger Woods to the list of people who were Tavistock MK-Ultra ReplaCIAments.
"Is it just me or does Tiger Woods, looks, walks and talks like an android now? He almost doesn’t seem human. Even when he showed some emotion, it still looked “shall we say, fake”. I know he apologized and that’s’ all he can do to set things right for the moment. I wish he would have just winged instead of reading from that prepared statement. It just didn’t seem sincere to me. I still want him back on the course. I love watching him play and complete."
"The dude is an android. He is the best golfer in the world, but his entire image is so fake and made up. His endorsers saw a unique possibility ( a minority golfer) and created this personna which was completely fake b/c it made millions for everyone involved. Now, when people see him throw his clubs around and not be a nice guy they may just see the real tiger woods and not some creation from a PR firm from the PGA or Buick or Nike or whoever else stands to make money off the guy. At the end of the day, he's the best golfer in the world, we just know he is as much of a sleaze as Jordan, Clemens, McGwire or any other great athlete that doesn't look so squeaky clean once you find out more about them."
"If you blinked a couple weekends ago, you might have missed noticing that Tiger Woods is a robot. He won another tournament: the Dubai Desert Classic.
Ho hum. Just another day at the office for the player who looks more and more like a god (lower-case) every week. It was his seventh win in eight tournaments.
Yeah, he’s better than you. He’s better than everyone. That’s why he’s a robot—he’s on autopilot.
Tiger Woods is part-man, part-machine, created by aliens and sent to Earth to punish us mortals with his exceptional golfing ability; to slowly drive the human race mad so we’ll be easier to control when they invade.
He’s already up to $936,000 in earnings for 2008.
That’s right—he’s already won a million bucks in prize money from tournaments this year. In one month! How much have you made in ‘08?
There’s a lot of buzz that this might be the year he wins the Grand Slam. (That’s all four majors in one calendar year.) He’s already won what’s dubbed The Tiger Slam (all four majors in a row, but overlapping two seasons).
Why do you think Tiger Woods is such a robot? It’s the mental game, obviously.
Plenty of golfers have a great swing, plenty are born with talent, plenty work hard and practice constantly. But Tiger has cornered the market on mental focus. You hear countless analysts and fellow pros talk about how easily Tiger shakes off a bad shot or a bad hole. By the next shot, he’s steely-eyed again, having put the mistake behind him to focus on the task at hand.
The mental part of golf will mess with your head. It’s why we’re all amateurs, struggling to make bogey on the ninth hole of our local municipal course. We can’t focus. Our shots, good or bad, stay with us the whole round.
There’s a new trend in golf instruction—the Mental Golf Profile. Endorsed by pros and instructors across the world, the Mental Golf Profile is like a personality test for your golf game. Using key indicators pulled from a series of questions, the Mental Golf Profile takes your “mental golf temperature” and shows you areas of your mental game that you probably don’t even know are tripping you up.
We can’t all be Tiger Woods. We can’t all be robots. But we can all add some serious strokes to our game by coming to a better understanding of our mental game, specifically where we’re lacking.
Just thinking about the game of golf differently—and knowing how our thinking affects us—can make us more like our robot overlord. "
"How many articles have been penned about Tiger Woods throughout his decorated career, referring to him as a “man-of-steel,” an “ironman” or some other term meant to insinuate that his skills are so superhuman that he simply cannot be one of our own?
This is a so-called “man” who does not crack under the pressure of the world’s biggest stages; a man more consistent than Chinese food’s inconsistency; one who seems to act and react as calmly and rationally as a NASA computer in even the most blood-boiling, heart-pounding circumstances. Woods is one of those very few beings on this planet whose athletic gifts are a miracle to witness in person (I know, because I’ve had the amazing fortune of seeing Dwyane Wade score 35 points in Miami one night, but even Wade ain’t Tiger). These athletes transcend their respective sports, not because of huge personalities or because they helped clean up the city they came from with their huge amounts of money (although most usually do). Rather, it’s due to sheer athletic ability. They shut off the “human” button in crunch time and amazingly become robots. LeBron James, Alex Ovechkin, Roger Federer, Peyton Manning, Kevin Martin (believe it), these are all “men-of-steel,” men who are known to shut off the human button.
Up until the past several months, I would not have hesitated for one second to throw Woods into that category. In fact, he would have been my “man-of-steel” poster-boy (for some reason that sounds sexual — it’s not). Woods’ recent press conference, however, along with shifting my opinion on this matter, was one of the most revealing pieces of television I have ever witnessed. Not in terms of what Woods did and with whom he did it with, but revealing in the sense that now we know what Woods’ understanding of real society is and what kind of socialite he is — a completely inept one.
Like I said before, a common trait many of these superhuman athletes possess is the ability to react like a machine in times of ultimate pressure, but Woods’ ability to do so is so much less impressive to me now that I know he simply is a NASA computer, on or off the course. When Woods looked into that camera on Feb. 19, everything about the performance seemed programmed. It was the most horrendous, apathetic, botched apology ever made in public and it made it quite clear that Woods has absolutely no idea how to gauge public opinion and monitor himself accordingly.
When the original scandal broke out months back, Woods and his publicity team were ridiculed for not making some sort of statement right away (as it can be a deadly mistake to allow people to create stories on their own). However, now I see why his team advised him to stay quiet; they hadn’t written up a program for their computer to spit out yet. I’m sure anyone who knows Woods understands how incapable he would have been at gaining people’s respect with an improvised statement from his own mind or a real interview, with no pre-meditation. I won’t even mention the actual words Woods spoke and the idiotic excuses he came up with for why he did what he did, because the damage was already done as soon as he looked into the camera with that opposite-of-genuine glare. He is a complete robot. When he went to hug his mother after he spoke in an attempt to maybe show some sign of emotion, I was worried about the amount of radiation she must have contracted.
Countless athletes have gotten into trouble for having extra-marital affairs before, but unlike Woods, they’ve shown humility afterwards and people forgive and move on. Remember when Kobe cried his eyes out beside his wife at the podium after his lawsuit and talked about the embarrassment he put his family through? Well, Woods stood there like the stone column that holds up my neighbour’s garage, and asked the press to quit bothering his children. Forget humility, he did not even exhibit humanity. This is why we were able to forgive Kobe and several others, but not Woods. We care that Kobe cares, and we care that Woods seems to not.
So just remember, when people list athletes who fit into the category “man-of-steel,” or superhuman, there should be an asterisk beside Woods’ name. He has no human button to shut off when he steps on the course; even then, he thinks solely with his club."
New "Tiger Woods" Nike sneak-ers commercial. He certainly is a busy bee isn't he; like he can be in two or more places at once....
Devil Ball Golf Wed Apr 07, 2010 7:14 pm EDT
Nike brings back the voice of Earl Woods in new Tiger ad By Jay Busbee
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And the Tiger Woods controversy train keeps rolling on. Nike is running a new ad that uses the voice of Tiger Woods' late father Earl over an image of a remorseful, nearly broken Tiger.
Earl and Tiger @ Yahoo! Video
"I want to find out what your thinking was. I want to find out what your feelings are. Did you learn anything?" Earl asks.
Powerful stuff, that, especially given how significant a role Earl Woods played in Tiger's life.
Now, there's an argument to be made that the ad is over the line, using Earl Woods' words in a way that he obviously didn't have approval over. On the other hand, this ad was made with Tiger's consent and participation. And really, who better to pass judgment on Tiger than Earl?
Nike, of course, has a history with provocative Woods ads; they crafted the classic "Hello World" and "I am Tiger Woods" spots. And they're one of the few companies to stick with him through his recent troubles. So it's appropriate that they'd be the ones to set about shaping his new public commercial image. Clearly, they're not taking the safe, conservative route.
All right, your take. Exploitative or appropriate? Cast your vote below.
Do you like the new Tiger Woods ad? Yes Votes: 62%
No Votes: 38%
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Post by lindsayjudy on Apr 15, 2010 0:01:57 GMT -5
Tiger is not an android!! He's twins! The Tiger who made the televised public statement this winter is clearly larger-boned, with lighter skin, and has a slight Asian accent. Then there's a Tiger with smaller features, darker skin, with a faster "American English" accent. That's the Tiger who played golf recently and who's been hiding out on one of his yachts in North Palm Beach FL. This is a case of one twin doing the PR and the other playing golf. My guess is the smaller Tiger is the one who misbehaved.
"Weirdly, of the three of us, Lisa Ann knows the most about foreign policy." Tina Fey on Lisa Ann, the porn actress who has portrayed both Sarah Palin and herself.
Yeah, he and Elvis are twins. But in parallel universes. When you're in a kaleidoscope and looking through the looking glass, and listening to Sgt. Pepper Backwards you find out not only is Paul dead, but Elvis and Tiger are spiritual twins....