Tiger Woods being named the Associated Press athlete of the decade is red meat for the same knee-jerk media moralizers who blown his misdeeds out of proportion.
(Vancouver Sun editor-in-chief Patricia Graham on Twitter: "Tiger Woods honoured by journalists; I'm embarrassed for my profession." This is coming from someone whose bosses want us serfs to pay 10 bucks every month for so-called local TV.)
Getting into What This Means should be on held pending other Actogevin-related developments. Life is too short otherwise and Woods winning rates nothing more than an "uh-huh," save for some manufactured outrage during the last two weeks.
It should simply be pointed out Tiger Woods got 56 of the 142 votes while Lance Armstrong received 33 for winning the Tour de France six times during the '00s. That clearly shows the voters did not give full consideration to acting ability:
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