A Golf Channel anchor said last week that young players should "lynch Tiger Woods in a back alley" in order to let others compete. Wow. They should gang-rape that dumb bitch.
In addition to ghetto fab* chic, shitty public transportation and an inconvenient amount of convenience stores, another thing I don't miss from back home is the ubiquity of the insincere apology, where people "regret their actions" (because they were caught), or "apologize for what happened" (because their agent told them to), or "realize it was an unfortunate incident" (because there was a media backlash), or "are sorry that people were offended" (because they still aren't too sure what they did wrong). Jesus Tapdancing Christ, at least have the guts to stand up for your hateful convictions. We've all met Koreans who believe the most vile things about outsiders, but at least they don't insult your intelligence by trying to convince you they've completely changed their outlook, and reversed 30 years of indoctrination, in about four days. Not sure what's worse: that people do this, or that others believe them.
*I was going to write "ghetto fabulism," which makes perfect sense, but turns out fabulism is a different word.