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Tiger's Tales: Sound Off On Whether You've Heard Enough — Or Want More

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Tiger Woods of the USA prepares to play an approach shot on the 1st hole during the final round of t

Over-exposed?

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The wags at Saturday Night Live took some shots at the news media over the weekend for their coverage of golfer Tiger Woods' extramarital transgressions.

There's certainly been, as you almost surely must be aware, quite a bit of coverage since his post-Thanksgiving car crash and ensuing admission of "infidelity" and announcement that he's taking an indefinite break from the PGA tour. The stories have run the gamut from tabloid profiles of women whom Woods allegedly had relationships with to the word yesterday, as Frank reported, that management consultants Accenture were dropping Woods from its spokesmen ranks.

So, we wonder:

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