Tiger Woods isn amused by writer Dan Jenkins parody The online headline of the Golf Digest column is (Fake) Interview with Tiger, with an asterisk to add, how it plays out in my mind. The print edition of the magazine has in parentheses on the cover, but not in the headline above the column. The headline for Woods column was True, Not Funny. said the fake interview as parody, and is really more like grudge fueled piece of character assassination. 84, said on Twitter after Woods response, next column for Tiger: defining parody and satire. I thought I let him off easy. the fake interview, Jenkins served up a couple of phony questions on Woods reputation as a bad tipper.Q: I don get it. For a guy who can certainly afford it, you become famous for being a bad tipper. It almost like you take pride in it.A: I just don understand why you supposed to tip people for doing a job they already getting paid to do.Q: In many cases tips are expected to be part of their salary.A: So let go find a better job.Woods was a playing
Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment European body adopts Westminster academic’s report on destruction of cultural artefacts in conflict 22 Jun 2015 The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe has adopted a report and recommendations on Cultural heritage in crisis and post crisis situations prepared by Dr John Bold from the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster. Westminster student’s
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