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Nike ad is a real creep show

In Tiger Woods’s latest Nike commercial, the golfer has nothing to say; the disembodied voice of his deceased father provides the soundtrack. In Tiger Woods’s latest Nike commercial, the golfer has nothing to say; the disembodied voice of his deceased father provides the soundtrack. (Getty Images/Courtesy of Nike)
By Kevin Paul Dupont
April 11, 2010

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They’re creepy and they’re kooky. Mysterious and spooky. They’re altogether ooky . . . Wait. Before you snap your fingers twice and shout, “Hey, Morticia, it’s the Addams family!’’ we’re actually talking about the even kookier Woods family, whose infamous and prodigal son, Tiger, has a chance today to win the Masters. Win or lose, it has been one heck ... (Full article: 949 words)

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