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Comment from: avcguy [Visitor] Email
Thanks for sharing a relevant story to the debate. That other guy (McDonald)is acting like he wants to get back at all those cooler, smarter, better-looking, more athletic people who have treated him like a second-rate citizen all his life. Is he by any chance shorter than 5'6", seems like he has short mans syndrome.
2007-04-03 @ 23:15
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
I'm 5-10, and I was part of the cool crowd in high school, a renowned surfer/athlete who mixed easily with both crowds.

I kept that cool aura all through college, and never lacked women, or cool friends. I'm pretty much still that way, though the years have added wisdom to the cool. You can tell by the way I walk, and the way women look at me when I enter a room.

In both high school and college, Trump would have been the young Republican buying his way through school through his corrupt father's money.

"Original, fearless thinker?"

If Trump was either, I'd be all for him.

He's not even a thinker.

Once again, young master Chris, an otherwise celebrated journalist, has been blinded by the light of celebrity.




2007-04-04 @ 08:14
Comment from: Donald Trump [Visitor] Email
Dear Chris,

Thank you.

Sincerely,
Donald Trump
2007-04-04 @ 12:17
Comment from: Don Calamaro [Visitor] Email
Does Pine Valley or Cypress advertise in Golf Digest? How about Merion, Oakmont, or Chicago Golf Club? Seminole? I didn't add it up, but I would guess that 80% of the top 100 are are private clubs NOT IN NEED OF MEMBERS! I As a 20 year ad man, I guarantee you that advertising in Golf Digest isn't getting you on the list!
2007-04-13 @ 14:36

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