White skin is seen as the default for all human beings in western culture. They control the government, they control the economy, and most importantly they have overwhelming control of the media. When you control the media, its your views that get pushed out to the masses. Even something like BET (Black Entertainment Television) is just white racial views of blacks acted out by black people and presented to a mostly black audience.
I'm glad we have you around to set us straight.
Anyway....... back on topic...... it appears Tiger missed the cut in the Open and caught an early fight home.
Shane Lowrey has won and seems to be a good guy with a nice back story but then I know very little about Golf.
Just like @x
Do not let success go to your head and do not let failure get to your heart.
Guys from that side of the pond seem to do better at The Open than at the other major championships in golf. I'm sure a lot has to do with the familiarity with those golf courses. But good for Lowrey.
I was just happy to see Tiger was nowhere to be seen.
But back to Lowrey..... he won in impressive fashion. Six strokes over the guy in 2nd place. Today apparently was a brutal day on the course, with gusting winds and the like.
"Tiger Woods collapses down the stretch, finishes last at Genesis Invitational"
Tiger Woods Corrects Dwyane Wade After Basketball Star Calls Him the GOAT: 'I'm Not There Yet'
No, Tiger. It's not "I'm not there yet." It's "No... I'll never catch the real GOAT in golf, Jack Nicklaus."
No, Tiger's best years are behind him. Plus now there are hungry, young golfers coming up that will prevent him from winning any other majors... let alone the 3 he would need to catch Nicklaus.
Maybe if Tiger's career had been uninterrupted... no question he would've blown the career majors mark out of the water.
But in the end, when stacking their career accomplishments against one another, there's no comparison.
The Golden Bear beats the Tiger in every way conceivable.
I was sad when Federer's career majors mark was caught (and will invariably be passed). But I'm happy Nicklaus's mark is alive and well... and will at least survive Tiger's challenge.
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