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When does an American sporting event become a defining statement about American exceptionalism?
Answer: When Tiger Woods wins his 5th Masters.
Anyone - Anything - News - Isolation - Spending
For anyone who can only handle about 12-minutes-per-day of anything news related before needing to retreat into isolation, allow me to recommend spending those 12 minutes listening to the opening monologue of The Rush Limbaugh Show. In that segment, Rush, who has been doing this long enough to have archived recordings making fun of Michael Dukakis, weighs in on the top story of the day. He is insightful, he is intelligent, and he always has the line you wish you could have said.
This past Monday I caught Rush’s opening in which he talked about Tiger Woods. Everybody in America was talking about Tiger Woods Monday, save for Pete Buttigieg, who was talking about Mike Pence, and AOC who was talking about how divots at Augusta pose a threat the environment.
Theme - Rush - Riff - People - Behavior
The theme of Rush’s riff was that people shouldn’t let their behavior and actions be governed by what others think about them. They need to be driven by doing what they know they need to do and what is right for them to do. They need to not obsess over being “liked.”
If you waste time worried about what other people think of you, I want you to remember two words: Tiger Woods. If you ever worry — I mean, this has been a pet peeve of mine. People so concerned with what other people think, it’s what drives Washington. The Republican Party is obsessed with what the media thinks of them, obsessed with what the Democrats who are perceived to run that town think of them. And it’s paralysis.
Tiger - Woods - Fall - Grace - Celebrity
Tiger Woods experienced perhaps the greatest fall from grace of any celebrity in American history. It was Thanksgiving of 2009 when the man who...
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