Sunday, February 21, 2010

On Tiger Woods, columnist Lupica offers skepticism; sports economist Zimbalist sees candor

New York Daily News columnist Mike Lupica on golf star Tiger Woods's tightly scripted apology:
There is no way of knowing how much of this was real and honest from Tiger Woods because there never is with celebrities in trouble, who will say anything, tell any lie, to get themselves out of trouble.
Sports economist Andrew Zimbalist, in the Boston Herald:
“It sounded completely genuine to me,” said Andrew Zimbalist, a sports economist at Smith College. “The content was open and candid. He said all the right things.
Hm, let's see: should we trust Lupica or Zimbalist in analysis of jobs and housing planned for Atlantic Yards?

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