I saw an article about Tiger Woods and his recent apology in the lines of "I was unfaithful. I had affairs. I cheated. What I did was not acceptable,"... I don't get it. Why does he feel he needed to apologise to the public? Why does the public feel they're entitled to an apology? It's the same question I have in mind when Bill Clinton had to apologise for his blowjob (and not just lying under oath). Is it because they're idolised? And they've disappointed fans? If that's so, should every celebrity with a faux pas (remember Britney Spears and her parenting failures) need to publicly apologise for that? Or should Brad Pitt apologise to the public for being with Angelina Jolie? Or is this whole apology thing only applicable to sex scandals?