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CBS, ESPN’s Sage Steele Need To Relax In Regards To Tiger Woods’ So Called “Outburst”

by Robert Littal | Posted on Saturday, April 10th, 2010
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I must say, I am a little annoyed by this.

I’m chilling, looking for me a Burt Sugar hat to purchase when I start getting text messages saying:

“Sage Steele went in on Tiger.”

So I am like:

What did Tiger do now to warrant this reaction?

I am thinking to myself that Tiger must have really have lost control, so I get on Twitter and people are saying it wasn’t that bad. Someone sends me the YouTube link and this is what I hear:

So let me get this straight; it is pathetic for someone to be critical of themselves?  This is what passes for a “Profane Outbust” these days?  I am going to assume her kids have never watched TV in their life and have been trapped in the attic Ann Frank style until they went to the Masters today.

People need to get off their high horses and start living in this place called the “real world.” Tiger isn’t perfect and doesn’t have to act perfect to please everyone; especially those standing in line to throw stones even though they live in glass mansions.

I don’t believe for a minute that Sage Steele’s rant had as much to do with her kids as much as how she feels about Tiger Woods personally and his “transgressions.”

“Tiger, you suck, God Dammnit!”

You hear worse language on daytime soap operas.

CBS – who is cashing in on Tiger Woods and airs many shows that spew much harsher language – needs to stop making something out of nothing.

Tiger Woods is not robot, so stop trying to force this man to be something he is not.   He is not a role model, he is not a perfect human being, he is not Tim Tebow ..*wait*..you get what I am saying.   He is the world’s best golfer and that’s all anyone needs to worry about.

People’s reactions to Tiger are much more pathetic than anything Tiger Woods does.  Worry about yourself; stop playing moral judge and jury unless you’re ready to open up your closet –  so we can see how many skeletons will fall out.

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  1. attorneymom says:

    SageSteele and CBS broadcasters, sit your azzes down and shut the f*** up. Leave Tiger alone. Memo to Tiger: Whip that azz today, please.

  2. youngbrothas says:

    LMAO Sage Steele is wack

  3. Jesse Jackson says:

    Screw you Robert she is entitled to her opinion and has the right to be a good parent sorry your mother never was as evidence with some of the post you put on your site

    • Cornelius Turner says:

      Come on now Jesse Jackson… Robert Littal is stating the obvious… and the obvious is Tiger saying to himself, "Tiger you suck" is not a profaine outburst. Saying God's name in vain isn't something I would say is okay but she needs to wake up. She works for ESPN and covers such sports as the NBA and the NFL. Surely there has been worse things said in those sports that she has heard and yet not talked about how awful they are for her children. Newsflash… If Tiger hits a bad shot, he may say something a parent doesn't like… just like if Lebron turns the ball over he may curse. If you as a parent do not want your child to hear these things, then keep them away from these sporting events. She is piling on clearly on a man who is down. Terrible

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