Tiger Woods has apologized. He has apologized for stupid things he did in private with consenting adults. He has been publicly humiliated and punished financially–and yet, it can be argued that the things he did hurt no one outside his immediate family. He did not break the law; he did behave foolishly; he will suffer for these acts for the rest of his life, especially as his children grow older. This is not the first case of an otherwise admirable human being allowing himself to succumb to temptation. I hope he can now put his life together, outside the glare of my noble colleagues (although I realize that’s probably impossible). I certainly hope he resumes playing golf soon; I love watching him play.