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Omega Male

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It would hide the Dad bod. Hmm.
 

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Ugh, sounds like Tiger developed compartment syndrome. The way they open up your calf and leave it open is gory. Don't Google it.

Mahajan added: "Trauma to the muscle and soft tissue of the leg required surgical release of the covering of the muscles to relieve pressure due to swelling."
 

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Ugh, sounds like Tiger developed compartment syndrome. The way they open up your calf and leave it open is gory. Don't Google it.
Ugh, that’s nasty shit.

Ed’s probably right, that’s the end of Tiger’s career.

Any factual reports on why he crashed?
 

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None that I've read, and as he seemed to really be getting himself back together, I hope it's not the reason that pops to mind in a single vehicle rollover by someone with prior issues. It's bad enough about his legs I just hope this wasn't a sign his personal shit was unraveling again.
 

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WTF is this, Google?

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On the stupid animals topic. The dog woke me up at 4:00 am because our coyotes were having a concert and he wanted to join in. Now he's lying on my feet under the desk and snoring loudly, so I can't get up for another cup of coffee. Jerk.
My dog used to have night terrors where he would just howl for long periods. He still has those but he now has day terrors. Yesterday he was staring right at me and had one, sort of a lights are on but nobodys home vibe. My wife then found him yesterday having one next to the neighbors who complained about him's house.
 

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None that I've read, and as he seemed to really be getting himself back together, I hope it's not the reason that pops to mind in a single vehicle rollover by someone with prior issues. It's bad enough about his legs I just hope this wasn't a sign his personal shit was unraveling again.
The police said there were no signs of intoxication and i think the tests were negative for substances.
 

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That's really good to hear.
 

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Tiger will play again but winning a tourney seems optimistic, let alone a major.
 

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Call me callous, but I feel like I've hit my lifetime limit for Tiger Woods in crisis news. I've got nothing against the guy and I always root for a comeback, but I'm oddly annoyed by the media coverage of this.
 

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My dog used to have night terrors where he would just howl for long periods. He still has those but he now has day terrors. Yesterday he was staring right at me and had one, sort of a lights are on but nobodys home vibe. My wife then found him yesterday having one next to the neighbors who complained about him's house.
Have you tried anti-anxiety meds?
Call me callous, but I feel like I've hit my lifetime limit for Tiger Woods in crisis news. I've got nothing against the guy and I always root for a comeback, but I'm oddly annoyed by the media coverage of this.
I was weirdly reassured, like wall to wall coverage of a Tiger Woods crisis was a nostalgic memory from a simpler time.
 

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Ugh, sounds like Tiger developed compartment syndrome. The way they open up your calf and leave it open is gory. Don't Google it.
My sis in law had this in high school and it developed as she was running. The scar alone is rather nauseating.
 

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Call me callous, but I feel like I've hit my lifetime limit for Tiger Woods in crisis news. I've got nothing against the guy and I always root for a comeback, but I'm oddly annoyed by the media coverage of this.
It is odd that this personal stuff will define the narrative about Tiger if he retires and leaves the public life today. So basically at worst he’s a horndog and shitty husband with substance abuse problems, that derailed his career but he did achieve redemption later. Seems really tame compared to what other great athletes have done or been portrayed as. But look at how the narrative is for, let’s say, MJ and Kobe.
 

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Have you tried anti-anxiety meds?

I was weirdly reassured, like wall to wall coverage of a Tiger Woods crisis was a nostalgic memory from a simpler time.
That has been suggested. We tried various herbal remedies but nothing has worked.
 

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It is odd that this personal stuff will define the narrative about Tiger if he retires and leaves the public life today. So basically at worst he’s a horndog and shitty husband with substance abuse problems, that derailed his career but he did achieve redemption later. Seems really tame compared to what other great athletes have done or been portrayed as. But look at how the narrative is for, let’s say, MJ and Kobe.
I've heard more 1st person accounts about his total dickishness over the years than I can keep track of.
If he limps forever, I won't lose any sleep.
 

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Tiger was not drunk, no charges.
I've heard more 1st person accounts about his total dickishness over the years than I can keep track of.
If he limps forever, I won't lose any sleep.
Weird that you have heard so many first person accounts. He is not widely known for being dickish on the golf course, unlike many others like Vijay Singh.
 
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