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Comment from: June [Visitor]
So whoever said a negative thing about Michelle suddenly become a expert witness in your own mock court?

Plus this Maury stuff is couple of week old thing. You need to work harder than this. Oh, wait. You already used up all the Michelle stuffs you can find. Poor Baldy.

I guess it's that time of the week, where you have to put the money on the kitchen table. Hence another Wie-bashing.

You got to thank her, Baldy. Without her, how could you make a living? Be thankful to her , Baldy.
2006-04-27 @ 04:13
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
Just another emotional child abuser.

2006-04-27 @ 07:20
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
One-Putt, Who's a child abuser? Is it Chris or Maury?
2006-04-27 @ 10:58
Comment from: Jacob [Visitor]
Questioning a professional golfers ability to win does not constitute emotional child abuse. To the best of my knowledge Mr. Baldwin has never stepped out of line with his criticism of Ms. Wie, in fact many of you should be thanking him for giving you something to complain about in your obviously empty lives. Chris serves as a perfect punching bag for all the Wie Warriors who have no other outlet to vent their frustrations after Michelle inevitably comes up short in whichever tour she may be playing that given week. The frustration level must be maddening as each week you wait to scream at the top of your lungs, "I told you so", but sadly your heroine never quite delivers. I fully expect riots and chaos in the streets of Super Bowl proportions when she finally does win. You people scare me more and are far more offensive then Baldwin ever could hope to be.
2006-04-27 @ 11:13
Comment from: Johnny N. [Visitor]
What are you trying to say with this story?

Maury Povich's is accused of sexual harassment, and he doesn't like what Michelle Wie is doing.

Are you saying that he is an idiot and therefore we should listen to his rants on Wie and his critisism of her choice of events.

Is this a pro Wie story from Baldwin?
Obviously it isn't attempted to be that, but I'm afraid Chris Baldwin has actually misguidedly come out in favour of Wie for once.

By the way Chris, are you looking forward to next weeks event? And don't ask which one, because we know the one you will be most interested in.
2006-04-27 @ 11:53
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Jacob, To the Wie Warriors a win by Bubbles will be their version of the rapture. It will be the White Sox winning the World Series, Lucky Lindy's tickertape parade, Mardi Gras and V-J Day all rolled into one. The only trouble is I am past 60 and with my life expectancy about 75, I might not live to see it.
2006-04-27 @ 12:11
Comment from: Johnny N. [Visitor]
If you right people off at 16 years of age, it is just as well, Tiger Woods, Annika Sorrenstam or any of the other greats weren't influenced by your attitude when they were 16 years of age.
Nobody has won on the lpga tour at under 18 years of age.
You are indeed right about how excited Wie warriers will be when she wins. Why wouldn't they be excited? She will be the lpga's youngest winner of ever. Would you be prepared to bet against that?
2006-04-27 @ 12:47
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Johnny N, Sure the Wie nuts will be excited when Bubbles finally wins a tournament. Golly, they're absolutely ecstatic when she MISSES A CUT! JN, a helpful hint: you WRITE people off. And Warriors has no "e".
2006-04-27 @ 13:51
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
Alex......the shill of the minority.
2006-04-27 @ 14:45
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
One-Putt, Huh?
2006-04-27 @ 18:40
Comment from: Jay [Visitor]
Baldwin, if you have nothing to say, why don't you just wait the outcome of Michelle Wie's result in Korea in a week ? There must plenty of things to write about then, since there is no way Wie will "WIN" the men's event.

This article is full of mumbo jumbo, what's your point ?
2006-04-27 @ 19:21
Comment from: Johnny N. [Visitor]
As usual you ignored the main point. Nobody has won on the lpga at under 18 years of age.
Since you discuss again and again, the Wie fans predictions of how well she will do, why don't you make some predictions of your own.

1. Do you think she will be the youngest ever lpga winner?
2. Do you think she will make the cut in Korea next week, to be the 1st woman to do so in a major mens tour event for 60 years?

Do try to answer the question, instead of straying off the point.
2006-04-28 @ 09:13
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Johnny N, In answer to your survey, my reply to both question is "no." Now let ne ask you a few. Why do you refer to Miss Wie as a "woman" when the Wie Warrior creed insists she is a "16 year old girl"? And wherever did you get the notion that the SK Telecom in Korea is a "major men's tour event"?
2006-04-28 @ 10:41
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor]
JN, you have to realize that you will get no straight answers from Chris Baldwin or his cheap knockoff, Alex.

Their chief goal in life seems to be to bash anthing and everything that the Wies do, be it father or daughter.
I am totally amazed that Chris and his cheap knock-off haven't found something about Bo Wie to criticize as well.
Give them time though and I'm sure that even those two rejects can find some tidbit about Bo to slam her with, making it a complete package.
2006-04-28 @ 11:17
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
putt4par, What word in "no" don't you understand?
2006-04-28 @ 13:19
Comment from: June [Visitor]
Very funny, it might be the first time on this blog site but it seems like Willims' ranting about "Korean golfer Michelle Wie..." article has been censored.

Some one on this site came to senses fianlly.

Baldie, you are next in line I guess.
2006-04-28 @ 14:58
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor]
Oh Alex, I will make this much easier for you...

Comment from: putt4par [Visitor]
JN, you have to realize that you will get "NO" straight answers from Chris Baldwin or his cheap knockoff, Alex.

You are so easy to bait. Prey tell what part of that did you not understand? Did you or did you not give him a Straight "NO" answer? Sheesh, you need help at the crosswalks too?
2006-04-28 @ 15:08
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
putt4par, What, pray tell, are you talking about? Notice the spelling of "pray". "Preying" is what BJ and MW's entourage are doing to sycophants like you.
2006-04-28 @ 15:56
Comment from: Johnny N. [Visitor]
Thanks for your honest straight answer.
Michelle has the rest of this season and all of next season to prove you wrong on point 1, but at least you have given your honest opinion there. My opinion differs. I fully expect her to win this year or next. I'd back her to win this year, but by next year is a great bet.

On the 2nd question, the tournament starts next week, so that question will be answered alot sooner.
Personally I think she will make the cut, because she has been making much better starts in her last couple of tournaments, whereas that used to be a weaker point for her.
Wie to make the cut, by at least 2 shots.

Alex on your question "And wherever did you get the notion that the SK Telecom in Korea is a "major men's tour event"?

I got this notion because it is an event on one of the major men's tours. I asked my brother about this one, because he has played golf over there.
He said there are 6 main tours, and that event is on the Asian Tour, which is one of the 6 main mens tours.

A point I used to be confused about was Se Ri Pak made a cut in Korea playing in a mens event, so I wondered what was the big deal if Wie made the cut.

My brother explained Se Ri Pak's event was just an event on the Korean Tour which isn't a high class tour, whereas Wie's tournament is on The Asian Tour, which is one of the 6 main tours.

He says, the main tours are:
uspga, european pga, japanese tour, asian tour, australasian tour and south aftrican tour.

If he is wrong, I'll pass on your comments, but he should know what he is talking about, he has played in most of those places.
2006-04-28 @ 18:57
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor]
Oh no, no, Alex, I got it right. You were the prey and you took the bait, very willingly I can tell.
And if you are too thick to see what was meant about the "no" then I'm afraid that you really have passed the age when you can be held responsible for your wandering and wondering mind, such as it is.

Alex, if we rolled your grey matter into a ball and rolled it down the thin edge of a razor blade, it would look like a bb on a six lane highway.
2006-04-28 @ 20:24
Comment from: Kyle [Visitor]
Uh Oh Baldwin...

Your idol Rush Limbaugh just turned himself in to the Palm Beach County police department charged with fraud and concealing information to obtain prescription drugs...

I guess you won't be talking to him about golf for awhile

I see Alex the human BS machine is back!!
2006-04-28 @ 23:40
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
putt4par, Your analogy about the razor blade and the gray matter was far too complicated for us dunces to comprehend. Something more simple and homespun would be more appropriate. As an example, if I were to desire to say something derogatory about you, I might try this: "putt4par, you ain't got the brains God gave a goose." Or better still: "putt4par, if brains was dynamite, you wouldn't be able to blow your nose." See, p4p, something earthy, down home, catchy will get the attention of the peasants more easily. Of course, this is just a suggestion since I woild never use these expressions myself.
2006-04-29 @ 10:18
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor]
Haha, Alex.
I fully expected something really great in return but you seem to have run out of steam. Which is ok, I think we've taken this as far as we need to.

While we may never agree on everything or even on much of anything, I must admit that matching repartee with has been fun. Some you win, some you don't.

I was a bit dismayed about the comment that had Stacy threaten you and for that I apologize, didn't mean to get your dander up that far, lol

Other than that, these blogs are a riot sometimes.
Til the next round tho, have a great day.

(I think this one is dead, lol)
2006-04-29 @ 12:53
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
putt4par, Agreed. Verbal sparring is invigorating. Far preferable to actual fisticuffs. Enjoy your weekend also.
2006-04-29 @ 14:47
Comment from: Jay [Visitor]
Hey Baldwin, eat this.

Michelle Wie in "Time Magazine selects the 100 most influential people in the world".
BTW, she is the only golfer in this list, so that is saying a lot.
2006-04-30 @ 14:22
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Usually I am thought of as a Wie skeptic, someone who wants Michelle to actually win one before she is granted sainthood. But after seeing the degree of absolute pro-Wie fanaticism on these blogs, I am probably wishing for a Wie win more than her most devoted admirer. When she wins one, the amount of entertaining insanity on these blogs will be priceless. Go Michelle! Win one for Alex before I die!
2006-04-30 @ 21:02
Comment from: tony [Visitor]
No wounder why povich is such a good golfer-he gets alot of exercise.Por conne
2006-05-10 @ 22:32

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