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Comment from: Wie fan [Visitor]
"Of course, Michelle Wie fans are certain that New Jersey's been shut down so everyone can watch her in the Match Play Championship."

I'm certain !! Isn't everyone?

2006-07-05 @ 16:14
Comment from: Wie fan [Visitor]
Chris admit it. You know you slip Michelle's name in somewhere no matter how irrelevant the subject matter, just so's you'd get read !

Don't blame ya.

Bloggers' competition is fierce !

2006-07-05 @ 16:30
Comment from: AhhSoo [Visitor]
Hey Chris, better watch out! Blogger extraordinaire, Alex, has admonished me on your other column about inserting Michelle's name (Bubbles as he calls her) into anything we write that he deems as a non-sequitor.

You wouldn't want your buddy, Alex, to get upset at you. The ranks of the Baldie Berserkers are too thin as it is.
2006-07-05 @ 18:30
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
Just think how boring Jersey would be if Michelle were not there this week. Attendance by Mexicans (who work at the Atlantic City Casinos) will be thru the roof to watch Lorena play.

She is my pick to win this week. Her golf mojo is just too strong now.

2006-07-05 @ 19:22
Comment from: AhhSoo [Visitor]
My pick is Annika for the HSBC. She is one of the longer drivers and after her putting performance at the Open, she'll dominate.

I believe Annika & Lorena are in the same bracket and should meet (if they get that far) in the semi-finals.

Both are long ball drivers but Lorena's putting has been off in the last few tournaments.

Looking for a Annika/Michelle final where experience & putting will trump Wie's longer drives.
2006-07-05 @ 22:07
Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
A blog about New Jersey casinos and every comment is about Michelle Wie.

"Never underestimate the stupidity of the general public" - Benjamin Franklin. Guess that applies to golfers too. Nothing else in golf matters besides her apparently. I'm disgusted.
2006-07-06 @ 07:31
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Wie fan, You must remember that this is Chris Baldwin's blog. And if he didn't insert the name of Bubbles into his blog, some Wie-nut like you would somehow mention her in the first few replies. This blog was originally about the closing of the AC casinos as a result of an impasse being reached in the NJ bureaucracy as concerns a budget. Let's talk about it. The controversy has only one cause: The absolute arrogance and recalcitrance of the NJ state government spawned and entrenched by decades of corruption and nourished by years of excessive and oppressive taxation. No state in the union, with the possible exception of Louisiana, is infested with as much nepotism, cronyism, and downright corruption as NJ. Some of the laws in NJ are archaic. By law, NJ still does not have self serve gasoline pumps. (Oregon is the only other state beset with this absurdity that I know of). The good people of NJ deserve better and perhaps a recall should be in order. The trouble is, maybe the "boys" wouldn't allow a recall.
2006-07-06 @ 08:41
Comment from: Wie fan [Visitor]
Alex this is a golf blog. Take your politics somewhere else!!

2006-07-06 @ 17:11
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Wie fan , I guess you have the proper handle. This blog was initiated by your enemy, Chris Baldwin, and primarily concerned the closing of the AC casinos by the incumbent governor. That, dummy, IS politics! If you don't like it, YOU take your cornball comments elsewhere!
2006-07-06 @ 23:46

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