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One year later, it is not an anniversary to celebrate. Nevertheless, the date's significance is indisputable. At some point in the distant future, depending on how things eventually play out, it might even be considered right there beside the day the music died.
Last year, in the early morning hours of Nov. 27, Tiger Woods, the world's most famous golfer, crashed his car into a fire hydrant outside his gated-community home in Orlando, Fla., and all sorts of dirty laundry came spilling out.
Initially there was alarm. Television news crawls announced Woods had been involved in a traffic accident and was being treated in an Orlando-area hospital in serious condition.
As it turned out, Woods' health was never an issue, but his condition was serious. Tales of bimbos, porn actresses and party girls were soon flowing like cheap beer at a frat house.