December 16, 2009, - 4:16 pm
One of Tiger Woods’ problems is the people he hangs out with–guys like Michael Jordan and Charles Barkley, both well known for their womanizing. And he definitely copied their lifestyle. But that’s not how Barkley–famous for saying, “That’s what I hate about f***ing White people,” though in that case the f-word was an adjective rather than a verb–sees it. His advice is indispensable. ‘Cuz, hey, he’s “famous.”
Charles Barkley: “I’m Famous”
Fellow famous idiot, Spike Lee, also thinks these guys are great role models for the golfer with a harem as large as that of a Gulf sheikh.
Quick, somebody please puncture the hot air balloons that are these guys’ heads:
Charles Barkley says Tiger Woods has changed his cellphone number and apparently isn’t talking to some of his famous friends.
And that, says Barkley in comments taped Monday for a Turner Sports special airing on the HLN channel Sunday, is a mistake: “When you have these ‘fires’ in your life, as I call them, you need to talk to somebody else famous who’s been through things in their lives. I don’t think you can talk about it to your family and friends. … They’re not famous.”
Recently on TNT, Barkley asked Woods to stay in touch. . . .
Filmmaker Spike Lee, also on the HLN show, suggests Woods must be getting bad advice: “If Barkley and Michael Jordan can’t get to him, and those are his boys, then other people are making bad moves.”
Um, isn’t Tiger’s taking advice from “famous people” and “his boys” what got him into trouble in the first place? Just askin’.
Remember when he whined that a certain other “famous” person-in-chief wouldn’t take his calls? Aren’t you glad this idiot left the Republican Party?
And speaking of phones, the Barkley hotline isn’t the only one that needs to be disconnected:
Tags: Charles Barkley, Spike Lee, Tiger Woods, Tiger Woods Chat Line