A Washington Post series on the couple reveals a flashy duet with loads of charm and unpaid debts. As the Post reported, "Claims against the couple include $59,000 to a Warrenton law firm, $19,000 to a Manassas attorney, $18,000 to a Herndon law firm, $7,400 to an Arlington firm and $5,500 to a law group in Alexandria." It may not be easy finding the next lawyer.
And it turns out that even Michaele's claim to having been a Washington Redskins cheerleader was bogus. I don't watch golf, but I do watch pundits -- and it was quite the spectator sport to observe pundits as they tried to explain how Tiger Woods could have better managed his public relations in the midst of his post-Thanksgiving bimbo eruptions.
The more reality we see on television, it appears, the less there is.
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