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Nike is causing a social media storm with its latest online ad showing a picture of Tiger Woods overlaid with a quote from him, "Winning takes care of everything."
All this "controversy" over Tiger Woods' new Nike ad is 98 percent a lot of nothin' and 2 percent a little somethin'. That's the ad above.
Do these guys understand the risks of using only living beings to sell their products while others are diving headfirst into twitter-licious, set-the-blogosphere-on-fire afterlife marketing?
Sneaking out of the house, my tired dogs hit the pedals and drove across town to a local New Balance store for a little "strange" and what can only be called a rather expensive late night "footy" call.
Now we know how Nike plans to hang on to its golden-egg-laying goose who disruptively flashed naked tail feathers to the world. It's kind of brilliant, if shameless. I know I'm getting hustled, but I still went back and watched it a few times.
Nike has responded with yet another transgressive commercial, featuring Jesse James, the biker aficionado and estranged husband of Oscar-winning actress Sandra Bullock.
What do Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant and Bill Clinton all have in common? Answer: The best revenge -- and antidote to a fall from grace -- is performing well.
WATCH: The ad arrives on the same day that the National Enquirer reported that Woods slept with his neighbor's 22-year-old