Lt.j.g. Jeanine McIntosh becomes the first African American Female in the Coast Guard to get her wings, June 24, 2005, at Naval Air Station Corpus Christi, Texas.
U.S. Coast Guard photograph by PA2 Andrew Kendrick
On this day in Jamaican history: Jamaican-born US Coast Guard , Lieutenant Junior Grade (LTJG), received her wings on June 24, 2005, making her the first black female aviator in the history of the Coast Guard.
I too do not condone Tiger’s infidellity. But your take on the matter are my thoughts exactlly. Remember, judge not that ye be not judged for by the same yard stick you use…Billy G.
Like you, I certainly am not condoning Tiger’s indiscresions, but in my oppinion you have hit the nail right on the head with ‘your take’ on the matter. Bill G.
We have been hearing and seeing so much about Tiger. Enough is enough. Let him and Elin try to work out their problems. Our thoughts and prayers are with them, after all is said and done a lot of us have walked a mile in their shoes. We look forward to seeing Tiger out on the course again soon with his family and fans supporting him. George, your thughts are our thoughts on this one. Keep up the great work!
Sad as it may be it’s not our business is it! I hope if questioned he will just ignore it and move along. I do wish Bill Clinton had not looked directly into the camera and insisted he did not have sex with that woman.
Lying and stonewalling are far harder to forgive than the actual transgression.