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Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Sorry Chris, still don't see how you equate a 21 over finish for Wie showing toughness or professionalism. If the injury is legit she shouldn't have been playing and if she would actually share information from a doctor on it then no one would second guess. But when you have her claiming one wrist is ailing and demonstrate the other is the problem on the course, and all the other things she did, there is no way you can say she was injured, and now way you can say she was "tough" for playing through it. As for professionalism, c'mon, 21 over is not a professional score. At least not the professional that we have been told is Wie.
2007-06-13 @ 11:15
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Oh, and did you hear about the Vancouver kid who is the second youngest qualifier for the men's US Open. Now there is a story. He actually qualified for something. Much like Tadd from last year. These are good golf stories, we can only hope the Wie stories will fade to nothing at least until she proves she is worthy of any attention at all.
2007-06-13 @ 11:17
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]

"If the injury is legit she shouldn't have been playing and if she would actually share information from a doctor on it then no one would second guess."

There is a small matter of privacy of information. For all the nosieness of you and the media, you do not have the right to that information.
The papparazzi already have too many rights.
2007-06-13 @ 11:58
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Hey, have you seen the advertisement on this site that states, "How to Break 80"? Something tells me that Bubbles may be clicking it soon.
2007-06-13 @ 17:27
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Actually putt4par, she waived her privacy rights by using the injury as her excuse for EVERYTHING. If, as a professional, you are going to use an injury as an excuse for disgracing the game, disrespecting those that have given you opportunities, and (though I'm not one) failing your fans, then you have the obligation to tell the truth and be able to back it up with some proof. That is an obligation a professional has.
2007-06-13 @ 18:15
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
No,smudge, that is an obligation that you as a fan have demanded.
It is not however "owed" to you.
She did not waive any rights by turning professional. That, again, is something you may demand but it is not "owed" to you or any other fan.
Therein lies the difference.
2007-06-13 @ 19:25
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

Reluctantly, I have to agree with you on this one.

Bubbles doesn't owe anyone, including her devoted fans one single thing.

And it's a good thing because her fans are getting precious little from her lately. It doesn't seem to make any difference to them either.
They are still enthralled with her very existence.

It doesn't do much for her public image; one would think she would want to convey a more open and factual persona.

She has said that she owes nobody an apology for anything, apparently common courtesy is not in her vocabulary. I use the word vocabulary advisedly.

But you're absolutely correct putt4par, 17 year old juveniles don't owe a thing to any adult no matter their stature in the golf world or anywhere else.

However, honest, forthrightness, and respect will make a lot more friends than will a defiant, pugnacious and snotty attitude from a spoiled brat.
2007-06-13 @ 20:24
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
putt4par

Actually smudge does have that right as a fan. He has the right to demand anything he wants, and if he doesn't get it he has a right to no longer be a fan of the team or player in question. If smudge decides on this or any other basis that he no longer wishes to be a fan of Michelle Wie, I support him 100 per cent, and I hope he will support me 100 per cent in my decision to remain a Michelle Wie fan.
2007-06-13 @ 20:35
Comment from: Top Dawg [Visitor] Email
By the way Wie was playing the past two weeks, it is obvious that her wrist injury is legit. No one plays that bad all of a sudden. Why fake an injury that long? And playing without a driver for the majority of the tournament is going too far, if she was faking. How about David Leadbetter- Do you think she fooled him? If she is faking, then maybe she should become an actress.
I think when Chris says she is "finally showing toughness and professionalism," he meant how she is handling the criticism that everyone is dishing out.
Well, in the next couple of years let's see if she has ruined her career forever.
2007-06-13 @ 21:27
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Sheesh, having to agree with Alex is really galling...,but Jim C and Alex both have some valid points. *gasp*

I was only commenting on what smudge said was owed to him as a fan. All too often the fans feel that they own a sports figure. You don't like that person, quit watching or paying for tickets. And this idea that I keep hearing of stuff being shoved down ones throat ...ROFLMAO.. you're all big boys and girls, turn the damn tv or radio off if you are offended. But having it shoved down your throats???? I don't think so. Only if you are willing.

Jim C was correct in his evaluation as was Alex.

We cannot do anything about a players attitude or a fans attitude, but there is no way that any professional sports figure owes anything to a fan. Now, the sponsor is another thing altogether and that is where the Wies may get into a lot of hot water.

Alex said: "But you're absolutely correct putt4par, 17 year old juveniles don't owe a thing to any adult no matter their stature in the golf world or anywhere else."

Wow, all of a sudden you recognize that she is still a juvenile....lol, go Alex.

Ok, couldn't resist but what about her advisors?
Everyone is so quick to bash the kid when in fact the advisors are more than likely at fault. Who knows what advice was given to Michelle.
If your advisors give you a script to follow and the sponsors are paying you to follow the advice of their people…..
All I can say is that I am sure glad she isn’t my daughter.
After having read some of the comments and advice that has been published in some blogs, I’d be sorely tempted to rip some heads off if they suggested those things to my daughter.
2007-06-13 @ 22:06
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Never thought a season-ender would make us forget the Seinfeld final crapper, but thank you, Sopranos, for that one. Pressure from the critics? Try pressure from the machine to keep them all alive for a return in the movies, in a mini-series, heck, even in another regular series.
2007-06-14 @ 06:18
Comment from: John [Visitor] Email
"Bubbles doesn't owe anyone, including her devoted fans one single thing."


Except the truth, which has not been forthcoming from this circus act in a long time.
2007-06-14 @ 08:09
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Jim C,

Of course, I am 100% respectful of your right and the rights of all Wiebots to worship Bubbles, her parents, and her throng of agents and hangers on.

You folks are true believers in Bubbles. You are not dissuaded or discouraged in the least with her dismal showings in the past year.

And although I can't understand it, I almost grudgingly admire such blind faith and adoration.

But tell me Wie-wee's, if your worst nightmare comes to fruition, and Bubbles quits the game of golf altogether, what and/or who will become the next fad you guys will glom onto? Or will you be similar to the kooks who are still waiting for Elvis to make a comeback?

I heard somewhere that disco might make a return to popularity. There's a thought.
2007-06-14 @ 09:14
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
The Anti-Wie crowd may get their wish of Michelle having to "qualify" for a tournament,

The Richo Women's British Open.

Based on the latest Rolex ranking Michelle quietly slipped into 31st place which takes away the excuse of granting her an exemption based on the top thirty from the Rolex rankings.

Because she finished in the top thirty at the 2006 event she is exempt from pre-qualifying, but only the top fifteen are exempt from "final" qualifying.

If she does well in the U.S. Women's Open or wins she will not need to qualify, if not, she will need to Monday qualify.

2007-06-14 @ 15:05
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
err: Ricoh
2007-06-14 @ 15:24
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
putt4double and Jim C. I'm not demanding a doctor's note. I already know the injury is fake, because no one with a legitimate injury would shroud it with such secrecy. Look at Phil. As a professional he withdrew and then had his injury confirmed and shared with the press and the Tour that he had an MRI, that it was OK, not broken and that he would hopefully be back soon. Nothing at all from Wie. No explanation to the LPGA, Annika or anyone else. As for her not having any obligations as a professional to prove her injury, Again you are wrong. Any employee has the duty to provide proof of an injury or illness to mis work. If you can tell me that she provided adequate proof to Bivens or Annika (who really was her employer that week) then I'll concede the point. However, absent that, and withdrawing with an excuse of an injury which any reasonable person would conclude was fake, then I think she has failed the game, the tour, and her fans.
2007-06-14 @ 16:06
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
First of all, she is not an employee. The LPGA and the PGA make every effort to explain to the public that each player is an independent contractor.
Michelle is not a member of the LPGA so does not need to give any formal information to the LPGA or to Annika. She was given an invitation by Annika to play, which is not the same as offering employment.
The other part of that is the MW was given a sponsors exemption into the tournament. If she owes anyone an explanation, the sponsors would be the people to get it. If they chose not to share with you the results of any medical information, then you won't hear anything from them.

There is no legal obligation for any player who is not a member of the LPGA to share any medical information with Bivens or anyone else from that organization. (Or the general public either for that matter.)

Again, let me reiterate here. Neither Michelle Wie nor any other non-tour member/golfer is obliged to share any information that she doesn't wish to divulge.
While you may feel the frustration and the anger of what she is doing, you can demand all you want and she is legally within her right to tell you nothing.

The other point I want to make is that although you may suspect the injury is a fake, you cannot prove that. No, just because they refuse to answer your questions, doesn't make it a fake either.

Your conclusions are your own. (Which are also the conclusions of many others, by the way.)

I am not trying to make you look stupid or silly or anything by telling you these things, just pointing out what is already in the public domain. Demand what you will, until the Wie camp is ready to talk, there is not one thing you can do about it other than what you are doing now and that is complain. Oh, and you can just tune out the LPGA, Michelle Wie, Nike, Sony and all Wies advisors and all the sports reporters and sports bloggers that are making huge mileage from repeating all the stories about MW.
The sooner everyone quits talking about her, the sooner the stories will go away.
2007-06-14 @ 17:44
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Smudge,
Michelle Wie doesn't have to furnish any proof to the lpga tour.
Even full members of the lpga don't have to give evidence of injuries if they withdraw from events.
The only time they have to give evidence is if they are applying for a medical exemption where they miss quite a bit of the season and want to be given a waiver that they wouldn't lose their playing rights on tour.
2007-06-14 @ 17:47
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
smudge,

What putt-putt and Stanley seem to be saying is that Bubbles and her entourage are invoking golf's version of the fifth amendment.

They don't want to be tripped up by having their time lines confused or any conflicting information from doctors, so they simply say all such data is "private". And it is private.

Of course, they could lift the shroud of suspicion if they would simply tell the truth.

Barring that unlikely happening, you'll just have to be satisfied that Bubbles says she had a severe injury of something, at some time, and at some place.
2007-06-14 @ 18:24
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
What Alex seems to be saying is quite usual for him. Nothing.
Typical ambulance chaser bafflegab.
2007-06-14 @ 18:29
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

You've got more nerve than the guy who ate the first oyster.

How can you accuse anyone of using bafflegab after that long and boring post absolving Bubbles of any blame for her obnoxios behavior?

It must be the fumes from the oil derricks near Edmonton that have polluted your brain. Either that or the excess methane from the cattle dung lying around.
2007-06-14 @ 20:14
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

You've got more nerve than the guy who ate the first oyster.

How can you accuse anyone of using bafflegab after that long and boring post absolving Bubbles of any blame for her obnoxios behavior?

It must be the fumes from the oil derricks near Edmonton that have polluted your brain. Either that or the excess methane from the cattle dung lying around.
2007-06-14 @ 20:15
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
The Bubbles clan and truth don't have the same address. They lie more than a Clinton in the White House.
2007-06-14 @ 20:28
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
At least they lie less than Pres. George W. Bush.
2007-06-14 @ 20:42
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
There seems to be some confusion. Michelle played in the Ginn Tribute on a sponsor's exemption. I assume that means the invitation was extended to her by Ginn Resorts. Why do people think that Annika was the sponsor for the event?
2007-06-14 @ 21:19
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Classic Alex, classic.
When you have nothing of value to post, just fill the spaces with inults, ridicule and your usual dollop of bovine excretement.

The only obnoxious behavior i'm seeing at this time is from you, Alex.
Maybe you need some time out. You are already wearing the pointy hat, so go to your quiet corner and try to behave your self for a little while.You're beginning to be very boring.
2007-06-14 @ 21:31
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Oh Alex... did you catch the typo? Hmmm?
I left it just for you.
2007-06-14 @ 21:33
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

After your most recent blowup and subsequent disappearance, I pictured you sitting in a padded room somewhere in a straightjacket, rocking back and forth rhythmically and muttering incoherently. How did you regroup so fast, old chum? I thought the climb back from the deep end would take a lot longer than that.
2007-06-14 @ 23:51
Comment from: SKYLINE [Visitor] Email
Even Annika hosted the Ginn Tribute event, she should not openly criticize MW for her withdrawal due to whatever reason. The benefit of doubt should go to the one who withdrawn. Annika might think she was losing face as she was the host. In fact Annika showed no class and no respect at all in this cat fight event. The victim was MW. Injury is injury and it affects golf players at different levels. You could get better after 1-2 days or 1-2 weeks of rest. Annika said she can’t pick up her club after a week due to her neck injury is irrelevant to other injured players. It was a stupid remark.

2007-06-15 @ 01:09
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Judge, see my post to Alex.
Pretend your Alex.
2007-06-15 @ 01:19
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
"Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
At least they lie less than Pres. George W. Bush."

Somebody was lying, but me thinks you give the President too much credit for creating the fibs surrounding his administration all by himself.

At least former President Clinton produced his own original material.

2007-06-15 @ 02:35
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
Bobby Ginn, the event "Sponsor" was the one who gave Michelle a sponsor's exemption. Annika is prohibited from entering an event if she sponsored it (something about conflict of interest).

Michelle did get a conference call asking her to join the event and I think Annika asked her to play and Michelle responded, "Oh Annika how cool you want me to play in your event, you know Annika I just got my cast off two weeks ago and I am not really ready to play.

I believe Annika responded with, "Oh Michelle please come so we can add your name to the entry list and maybe get network coverage of the event, with more media and fans attending".

Michelle responded with, "You know Annika I really really want to play in the Ginn, but I just don't know if my game is any good enough with my short time in rehab".

I believe Annika responded with, "don't worry about it Michelle, all we need is for you to show up to set the hook, I was talking with Vince McMann the other day and he was saying we could create some great publicity if you withdraw and we have a spat".

I always thought women's professional golf should be a little more like the old WWF or maybe even Roller derby to spice things up.

TiC
2007-06-15 @ 03:38
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

You are the only typo that your mother left on this earth.

When you were born, the doctor shouldn't have slapped you, he should have slapped your mother
2007-06-15 @ 06:52
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, re-read my previous post to you, then follow the instructions there.
2007-06-15 @ 08:43
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Jim C,

Just as Judge Smails has said, you made about a half dozen half-baked accusations in your last post, and then went on to treat these fantasies as if they were etched in stone.

As a wie-wee of the first magnitude, I can understand why you dislike her so much: Annika is a winner, a big time winner, and winning is not as important to a Wie Warrior as far as Bubbles' play goes as is having fun and learning something.

What Bubbles needs to learn are a few good manners.
2007-06-15 @ 13:03
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
One-Putt, yeah, Bush is probably not smart enough to come up with all those lies by himself. I still chuckle over his pronunciation of words.
2007-06-15 @ 15:04
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Well, although I shouldn't really feel compelled to defend a liberal like Bush, I'd like to know what lies he has told. Now, since all educated people understand that he didn't lie about pre-Iraq intelligence (the intelligence simply was bad), I'm sure you're not referring to that. So, I ask you, what lies has he told?
2007-06-15 @ 16:29
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
When Alex says "Bubbles needs to learn a few good manners", I think he means Michelle Wie needs to be more submissive. If Alex really understod what good manners were all about, he would refer to Michelle Wie by her name.
2007-06-15 @ 17:04
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
Jim C, some people think rules only apply to everyone else besides themself. It is called being a hypocrite.
Judge,
Try researching and paying attention to the news.
2007-06-15 @ 19:12
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Jim C,

It's not being submissive for a snot-nosed teenybopper like Bubbles to show a certain amount of respect to a champion like Annika.

It's showing respect to one's elders

Jon, that first paragraph of your post must have been intended for Bubb;es and her brown-nosers.
2007-06-15 @ 19:35
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Jim C

Reading Alex response to your post, one might very well wonder who is actually the snot-nosed teenybopper with no manners.
2007-06-15 @ 20:25
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
Newsflash!!! It was Annika's car that Michelle hit in the parking lot and then she ran away! I agree she should apologize to someone for that.

Lebron should apologize to the bookies and Cavs fans everywhere for his dismal performance while leading his team to four straight losses.
2007-06-15 @ 20:31
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Jim C, Putt4par, and Stanley,

Hey Wiewees, I feel your pain. I have been a fan of sports losers before like Michelle Wie. When I lived in Pittsburg, I was a Pirates fan even though the team was constantly in double-digits under 500. And like Michelle, we would fabricate excuses for the lack of success.

Unlike Wie however, the fans (or at least most of us) had a decent grip an reality. Something is bad wrong with Wie's game right now, and all of you Wie-wees seem to be in a fog. Her alleged wrist injury is recent, but she has not scored below par in nearly one year. Her accuracy concerning fairways and greens is horrible. While you guys are clearly loyal fans, you need to wake up and smell the coffee......She in is the top 50 of the most wealthy athletes (I believe she was 22nd), yet she has never won (other than an amature event) nor has she broken par in 11 months. Unless there is some big turn around soon in her game, she may go down in history as the most over rated athlete in the history of sports.

2007-06-15 @ 22:44
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Hey Jim C.

When Alex says "Bubbles needs to learn a few good manners", I think what he means is........ Bubbles needs to learn a few good manners!!!" There should be no confusion here. She clearly has no manners or respect, and "Bubbles" is an absolute perfect name for her.

LR
2007-06-15 @ 22:51
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
I bet the LPGA includes an addendum to their "Sponsorship Appearance Contracts" in the future containing a butt kissing clause for when a LPGA Star's feelings are hurt.

Or not!

Who cares?



2007-06-15 @ 23:25
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Jon,

Just so you know, I don't just pay attention to the news, I make it.

As for you, I suggest that you read sources other than the New York Times. If you did, you might actually find out what is going on.
2007-06-15 @ 23:35
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Lance R, are you a brother to Alex and Judge Smails?

If so, just go directly to your sandbox and play with yourself, plz, thnx.
2007-06-15 @ 23:51
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Oh, so sorry, Lance, I meant play by yourself, lol.. or maybe not.
2007-06-15 @ 23:52
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Putt4par,

You accuse others of posting "bafflegab", then you subsequently post a meaningless message telling someone to "play with themselves in a sand box." Ouch, that one really hurt. But it appears that you may be just a Wie bit hypocritical. I am finding that such behavior is common for a die hard Wie-wee like yourself. Lashing out at others and making unprovoked and irresponsible comments seems to be typical for fans of losers who are going down in flames. I understand your pain Putt4par, just take a few deep breaths, calm down, and try evacuate your mind of Bubbles, major championships, and playing with yourself in a sandbox.

I have hope for you Putt4par.
2007-06-16 @ 08:38
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Lance R.,

Your sympathy for the emotional plight of putt4par is commendable, but I cannot share your altruism.

That putt4par is one demented Canuck, and the sooner he returns to that cave from which he has slunk, the better off civilization will be.
2007-06-16 @ 09:39
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Ahh, Alex, back from your time out?

This time take Lance with you. The tired refrain you guys keep sining is very boring.

Now back into your corner, Alex. Grab an extra pointy hat for little Lance while you're at it.
2007-06-16 @ 10:52
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Lance R.,

For lo these many months I've tried to penetrate the thick skulls of putt4par and the other hardened Wie-wee's with no success.

Judge and I have tried to impress upon their weak minds that while there is nothing inherently evil about being consummate Wiebots, there is also nothing grand and glorious about blatant stupidity.

But, as you can see, they prefer to ignore well-meant advice and continue to wallow in a sea of ignorance.

In the words of a very old song,"They're more to be pitied than censured, they're more to be helped than despised."
2007-06-16 @ 11:15
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, you are out of your sandbox again.

Too bad that your thickskull wasn't a bit more permeable.
Now go take another time out or better yet, go to your room and be quiet for the rest of the day.
I'd suggest you take Lance and Smails with you but who knows what you'd be doing.
2007-06-16 @ 11:41
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Lance R,

putt-putt's persistent reference to and his obsession with self-flagellation is indicative of how this deranged Canuck entertains himself during those long Edmonton winters.
2007-06-16 @ 12:08
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Alex,

Your right, Putt4par seems to disregard caring advice and continues to fixate on sand boxes, Bubbles, and playing with himself. I originally believed him to be potentially curable by just taking a time out and clearing his mind; however, it appears that the problem may be much deeper. But again, I always try to give people the benefit of the dought, even mentally challenged folks like Putt4par.

Let's try a test to determine Putt4par's current mental state. Putt4par, this will require you to stop thinking about sandboxes, but thats ok, it's only one question.

Putt4par, assuming Bubbles enters the PGA John Deer Classic next month, I, Putt4par, predict she will do the following:

(a) Make the cut.
(b) Make the cut, end up in the top 20.
(c) Make the cut, win the tournament.
(d) Make the cut, win the tournament, and set the course record.
(e) Fail to break par, miss the cut, hold her wrist while cameras are pointed at her, claim that she learned a lot and knows what she needs to work on to justify competing against the men, and continues to make silly excuses for her sub-par performance.

Putt4par, if you answered anything other than "e" you need to be placed in a straightjacket, handcuffed, gagged, and deported to Iran.

LR
2007-06-16 @ 12:53
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, have you been palming your geriatric meds to Lance again?
He's delusional about someone named bubbles. Is that a referrence that you would recognize?

It looks like he is wetting himself again, maybe you should share your depends with him.

Oh, btw Lance, if you want to go to Iran, talk to your buddy, Mr. Bush. He may have a spot for you in his mercanaries. Those civil contractors that are now his army of choice.

And do take Alex and judge Smails with you. Maybe the Iranians will have a cure for your delusions.
2007-06-16 @ 13:28
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Putt4par,

Your clever response failed to answer the simple question directed to you. It really is quite easy, even for someone who is challenged like yourself. You simply answer a, b, c, d, or e. I would hate to see your score on the GRE exam; but then again, you probably never got out of the sand box long enough to take it.

What does President Bush have to do with this? I am a republican, but he is not my favorite president. You are truly a Wie-wee; you fail to answer the question, but then change the subject to something totally off the wall.
2007-06-16 @ 13:42
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor]

"and deported to Iran."

"What does President Bush have to do with this? I am a republican,"
"you fail to answer the question, but then change the subject"

Gee, I wonder what that had to do with my answer.
And I was taking lessons from you and the ambulance chaser in regards to ignoring your ridiculous questions.

You and Alex are both very good at ignoring reality, so I fed some to you but of course neither of you are really aware of anything real in your dream world and missed it yet again.
Go borrow some more meds from Alex, maybe you can through your stressed out day.
You really should take a rest. Go play in Alex sandbox again for a while.
2007-06-16 @ 14:14
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
Putt4par,

You consider the quesiton ridiculous because you can not answer it (or at least will no answer it). You have the nerve to use the word "reality", but you constantly mention this "sandbox". Most of the Wie-wees that post on these blogs are deranged, but you clearly top them all.

By the way, the correct answer to the question that you failed to answer was e. As ignorant as you clearly are, even you probably knew that answer to this one.
2007-06-16 @ 14:24
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Tsk, tsk, tsk, Lance. Are you feeling a wie bit heated? roflmao, you need to go get your head read.

Don't be absurd, you and Alex aren't even on the same continent as reality.

As for your ignorance.... hehehe, you clearly win that award.
Now back to your sandbox, Wie man.
2007-06-16 @ 14:32
Comment from: Lance R. [Visitor] Email
You really can't seem to let this sand box thing go can you?

This is my last post on this article. I look forward to making fun of you on future articles....LR

PS - I think you would really like Iran, you would fit is so well over there.

Oh, and one more time in case you forgot....the answer to the question was "e."

LR
2007-06-16 @ 15:01
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
In case you haven't figured it out yet, you and the ambulance chaser and Judge Smails are the only ones that seem to get upset about things pertaining to Wie.

Seems to me that you and Alex are the guys with the fixation for dumb meaningless questions, insults and bashing of teenagers.

The reference to the sandbox ( I know you are a little slow here) is for you and Alex to go play with your toys. The childrens corner for you, sonny.
2007-06-16 @ 16:15
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

Since you, as a cowardly Canuck, are unable to defend yourself like the rest of your gutless countrymen, should be down on your knees thanking President Bush for the protection of your worthless country, are you ready to apologize to our Mr. President as well as to all Americans?
2007-06-16 @ 16:51
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, you have just shamed your country, your countrymen and all armed forces people in both our countries.
Where do you get off insulting my country or my countries people like you have just done?

The stupidity and the arrogance of your statements call for an apology. You are without a doubt, the most useless, most insulting, most despicable piece of human flotsam on these blogs.
You, sir, are a total waste of skin.

Shame on you.

No where have I insulted or belittled your countrymen in any form that would deserve that attack.. You on the other hand have constantly made derogatory and insulting comments about my country, my province and a city in that province.

I strongly urge you to check in to the nearest psychologist and have the bump on your shoulders checked out for signs of brainwave activity.
2007-06-16 @ 17:17
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Oh-oh!

putt-putt is mad as hell and he's not going to take it anymore!

It is a fact that the Armed? Forces of Canuckistan are about as useless as teats on a boar hog.

Canada doesn't have the ability or the desire to defend itself against its enemies. Its national will is similar to that of France.

That's why it's smart for Canada to rely on the good old USA for protection.
2007-06-16 @ 21:36
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, you disgrace your government, your people and yourself with the stupidity you are spouting in this blog.

But then what can one expect from a spoiled little baby like you.
Need a sucky to go to sleep with, Wie man?
2007-06-16 @ 22:53
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt-putt,

I guess I had better give you the last word.

The way you're getting your dander up, you're liable to come over here and hit me with your purse.
2007-06-17 @ 07:17
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Putty does have quite a temper, doesn't he? Well, at least those Canucks can get passionate about something.
2007-06-17 @ 14:14
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
This was sent to me by an american friend.

A Thought from my American Friend

Many will recall that on July 8, 1947, witnesses claimed that an
unidentified object with five aliens aboard crashed onto a sheep and cattle
ranch just outside Roswell, New Mexico. This is a well-known incident that
many say has long been covered up by the U.S. Air Force and the federal
government.
However, what you may NOT know that in the month of March 1948, nine months
after that historic day, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfield, Bill
O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Condoleeza Rice, and Dan Quayle were all born.
See what happens when aliens breed with sheep?

Soooo, what alien species bred a sheep to produce you, Alex?
2007-06-17 @ 19:58
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4 par,

I doubt very seriously if yoy have an American friend.

Where did you get that stupid information? None of those folks were born in that time frame.

If that is suppose to be some sort of joke and I bit on ot, feel free to laugh as you choke your chicken.
2007-06-17 @ 21:18
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
roflmao... you poor Wie man.. Sucky and soother time again for you?

so, did that heat your little head up? Watch your temper old man. You could have a nasty stroke or something.
Night night, Alex. Get mummy to tuck you in tight now, you hear?
2007-06-17 @ 23:36
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,

It looks like putt-putt has gone over the edge yet again.

His Tourette's syndrome has become apparent.

We should probably get off his caseso he won't give his partner a hard time.
2007-06-18 @ 07:16
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex my wooly little friend, what are you bleating about? baaaaaa
2007-06-18 @ 10:42
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Like I said, Alex, I was surprised when he returned so quickly after the last blow-up. They can do amazing things with medication nowadays. Or perhaps it's that with Canada's socialized medicine scheme, they can't hold them for more than three days.
2007-06-18 @ 14:32
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Why Judge, I didn't realize you belonged to Alex little flock of wooly critters.
Where you part of that alien/sheep crossbreeding program also?
Holding the Wie sheeps hoof now are you? roflmao.. you guys are such sad Wie wooly critters

2007-06-18 @ 15:38
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Oh Alex... you said..
"apologize to our Mr. President as well as to all Americans?"
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
When the hinges of hell are frozen shut.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
Preferably with you on your knees in front of your president, doing what all good sheep should do.
lol, makes a fitting picture, i'd say.
2007-06-18 @ 15:44
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,
I read, watch, and listen to more than the NY Times. First of all, a lot of politicians lie, Bush is one of them. Maybe you should think critically when you "make" and pay attention to it. Then, you would know what One-Putt and I are talking about.
The only reasons Bush got reelected is because Kerry would not have been any better, America wanted him to finish this war, and hardcore Republicans won't vote for anyone else.
2007-06-18 @ 16:01
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Jon
A quick question for you.

Could and would the state of California (By itself with no outside help)support an army funded and supplied by it's own population, large enough to send troops to The Congo, Bosnia, Croatia, Afghanistan and Iraq?

That is the size of Canada and we already have our armed forces in all the places that America has asked us for help and we have given it.

And yet Simple minded idiots such as Alex and Smails call Canadians cowards and gutless because we simply do not have the resources or the manpower to follow madmen like Bush blindly into a war he shouldn't have started and one he won't win.

If Dubyahs father had had the will to finish the job during Desert Storm, the American people and it's Armed forces would have had the support of most of the world.

Dubyah trying to correct his daddies errors is killing young american men and women for the profit of the oil industry, not from altruism.

Oh yeah, Alex, you are definitely a republican and a sheep. Baaaaa.
2007-06-18 @ 16:45
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,

I would never have thought that Tourette's Syndrome could be contagious, especially by the internet.

How wrong I was! As you can see, Jon has now been afflicted with put-put's disease.

I know, it's the disease of radical liberaism, but still contagion by blog is a true phenomenon.

Putt-putt is going, going, GONE!
2007-06-18 @ 17:25
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
roflmao.. Well, I can't say I am surprised by the show of total ignorance on your part, Lambchops.
Is Smails your new security blanket? Or are you consulting the oracle now, Lambchops?
2007-06-18 @ 17:34
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
At least they lie less than Pres. George W. Bush."

"Somebody was lying, but me thinks you give the President too much credit for creating the fibs surrounding his administration all by himself.

At least former President Clinton produced his own original material."

One-Putt, maybe you should explain to Alex and Judge Smails what you meant. Apparently, they do not understand.
Jon, perhaps we all caught Tourette's Syndrome from those two! However, they have a much worse case! How's those vocal tics going guys?

I read earlier that someone said Alex & Judge should have a show in Vegas together. Perhaps a good idea... what would be a good name for them?
2007-06-18 @ 18:37
Comment from: Omoshiroi Gorufu man [Visitor] Email
All you guys are so entertaining. Funny how the comments go off topic.
2007-06-18 @ 18:52
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Omo,

Yes, you're right.

The topic of this blog was Bubbles' 21 over score at the LPGA.

Of course, the Wie-wee's find such topics distasteful, so they jump into politics, perverson, anything but the subject.

Read back and note who strayed from topic and who insists on straying.

But that is to be expected from a bunch of liberal lamebrains.
2007-06-18 @ 20:28
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Jon,

Unlike you and Putty, I'm not a Kool-Aid drinker. I consider Bush a creature of the age, a liberal, a weak leader. However, I cannot identify lies that he has told. Can you? I've asked the leftist ideologues on this board to cite ONE lie of which Bush is guilty; yet, nothing has been forthcoming. I think that speaks volumes.
2007-06-18 @ 20:29
Comment from: Omoshiroi Gorufu man [Visitor] Email
Alex, no offense, but I noticed in other blogs, the Anti-Wies participate in the going off topics too.
2007-06-18 @ 20:53
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Omo, Lambchops and Spackler are always off topic.
Niether one of them has a clue or knows what to do with one so you must forgive them for their idiosyncrasies.
In this case, they both have too much time on their hands while waiting for the short bus.
2007-06-18 @ 21:04
Comment from: Omoshiroi Gorufu man [Visitor] Email
Yes, I noticed... it is interesting what both sides post. I prefer to only read the blogs and comments usually, but just wanted to write this once (technically 3x).
As far as this topic, hmmm... it was expected for Wie to score so high. Sopranos, like everyone said- I thought my cable went out!
2007-06-18 @ 21:38
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Omo,

You may have expected Bubbles to shoot high scores, but the Wie-wee's did not.

One incurable Wie Warrior, Jim C, stated defiantly right before the LPGA championship that he expected Bubbles to WIN.

Bubbles returned to competitive golf after a four-month absence at the Ginn Tribute, on an exemption of course. She has played 88 holes of golf since her return and is THIRTY-FIVE over par on those holes!

If the Wiebots expected that sort of game out of Bubbles, they kept it a big secret.

We'll see if the Wiemen have any flowery predictions for Bubbles at the US Women's Open. Or if they plan on riding Bubbles' "injury" into the sunset.
2007-06-19 @ 07:35
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Hiya Lambchops, I see your daily angst about things Wie is still on your ??mind??

2007-06-19 @ 09:50
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putty-brain,

Yes, that's what this blog is about. Remember?
2007-06-19 @ 13:04
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
roflmao... Lambchops, you are priceless.
2007-06-19 @ 13:17
Comment from: Top Dawg [Visitor] Email
Alex, unlike Jim C and maybe other Wie fans, I highly doubt she'll win anytime this season. I predicted Wie will shoot an average of 76at the US Open. If she did win the LPGA Championship or the Open, that would defintely indicate she is faking her injury. The Anti-Wies keep harping that her injury is fake, but what is the logical reason behind her all of a sudden high scores? And the reason of her not using much of her driver at Bulle Rock? All I can say is if it's fake, she should think about becoming an actress. She is going at great lengths to convince everyone of her injury don't you think (if she's faking)? Therefore, I believe her, until proven guilty. As for Wie, I'm sure she had to prove to the LPGA officials of her injury. Or she fooled them.
2007-06-19 @ 15:04
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Top Dawg,

According to the top Wie-wee's
posting here--that would be putt4par, Jim C, and Stanley who is in the golf business--Bubbles didn't have to give any reason for her withdrawal to any LPGA officials , and she didn't.

Maybe one of these experts would like to chime in.

I don't particularly think Bubbles is faking any "injury." She may be exaggerating the severity of it and the impact on her game.

Her crew could have eliminated this speculation if they would have explained the nature of her "injuty."

Like, was it a fracture, a sprain, a tendon, a ligament, a cartilege, what?

Did it occur in Hawaii or Palo Alto?

How severe was it? What is the prognosis?

The Wie Warriors say that it is nobody's business, it's a matter of privacy, which is true. It's also the reason for the amount of skepticism surrounding her "injury."

2007-06-19 @ 15:47
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Top Dawg, all the logic in the world will never steer Lambchops and Charley Horse from their self appointed position of bashing Wie just for the pure pleasure of bashing a kid.

Lambchops said: "it's a matter of privacy, which is true. It's also the reason for the amount of skepticism surrounding her "injury."
".
What a load of hooey.

There is a misconception in the publics minds that they have the right to know everything about someone in the public eye regardless their privacy is as important as Lambchops privacy
.
That's one of the reasons for the rabid packs of Papparrazi that hounded Princess Diana to her death.

It's called stalking but these two clowns know that a charge of stalking is almost impossible to prove, especially when they can cover their asses with anonymity.

How's that for a long explanation, Lambchops?

I'll expect shots across my bow momentarily from you and within hours from Charley Horse, aka Judge Smails
2007-06-19 @ 16:18
Comment from: Top Dawg [Visitor] Email
Alex,
There is a policy called HIPAA, which I suggest you read. The reason every tiny detail of her wrists are not exposed is because of HIPAA.
As you said, it's also the reason for skepticism, but I have no reason to believe she is lying. However, FYI, Wie sprained (right wrist)it last fall when taking a fat shot off the cart path at Samsung. Then, in Feb., she fell while running and broke her left wrist in Hawaii.
putt4par your right, but in the L & CH world, logic tends to be to hard to understand.
2007-06-19 @ 17:08
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Top Dawg,

I've never read anything in a reputable publication that stated that Bubbles had a broken wrist.

It would seem that such a severe injury would have been given a lot of attention by the sports media and her crew.

Dawg, there is nothing illogical about wanting information from reliable sources. You should try it sometime.

Meanwhile, I would appreciate the particulars on Bubbles' fractured wrist. You know, things like where it happened, when it happened, where was it diagnosed and treated, and by whom, etc.

I realize that no one HAS to know these things, but as a one-time police officer, I am naturally inquisitive.
2007-06-19 @ 17:45
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

You are well known for going off on tangents on these blogs, accounting for the concensus that you are mentally disturbed.

You have seen fit to invoke the name of the late Princess Diana, and have accused the "paparazzi" of hounding her to her death.

That seems a strange conclusion since the cause of her death was a high-speed crash into a bridge abutment while not wearing a seatbelt in a car being driven recklessly by a man under the influence of alcohol and narcotics.

And you're the guy who accuses others of straying from topic!
2007-06-19 @ 17:56
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Lambchops.... You were a police officer?
Now that should scare the crap out of any law abiding citizen.
Where you ever a cop in Los Angeles or Loisiana?
With your approach to the law, you'd fit right in with the N'Orleans bunch.
Oh yeah, keep your eyes open for video surveilance, Lambchops.

BTW, what ever happend to your law practice?
Again, thats a scary idea , Lamby as a lawyer? lol....
2007-06-19 @ 18:02
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Lambchops, old fairy queen, did you listen to Diana's sons at all?

Who was it that was chasing that car in which Diana and the little arab guy were riding?

Hmmm? You legal types are great at ignoring facts and going with wishful fantasy. If the facts don't fit your theory, ignore them and manufacture your own. Yup,Lamby, you're a case alright.

And the concensus you mention is one questionable Caddyshack imitation ( fool) and Alex who just happens to be a grey parrot with a vocabulary of about 100 words. That doesn't say a lot for your brain, Lamby.
2007-06-19 @ 18:34
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,
As Omo & even your pal have pointed out, talking about Bush is going off topic. As you may have noticed, this is not a political forum. This is why Eagle, One-Putt, putt4par, and I have not cited the President and his admin's lies. If you are interested, here's a start: 1) Iraq war and Weapons of Mass Destruction, 2)SS policies, 3)Education, 4)National Security, 4) 9/11, 5)campaign promises, 6)Pre-Presidential life, including drunk driving and the controversies and inconsistencies of his National Guard service. .
Do your own research and again don't just read and listen to news-think! If you want to continue to discuss, go find a political forum.



2007-06-19 @ 18:50
Comment from: Top Dawg [Visitor] Email
Try look at the Star-Bulletin, ESPN, Associated Press, Golf Channel, USA Today, etc. Maybe the reason you haven't heard about Wie's injuries is because you only read what interests you. I heard/read all over the place when it happened.
Here's the AP article:
Wie's wrist injury will take 4-6 weeks to heal
Associated Press

Updated: February 9, 2007, 7:07 PM ET

HONOLULU -- Michelle Wie injured her wrist in a fall while running and is wearing a hard cast that will keep her away from golf for at least a month, a family spokesman said Friday.

Spokesman Jesse Derris said the 17-year-old injured her left wrist this week and that her doctors expect it will take four to six weeks to heal. Wie's right wrist was tightly taped from an injury last month at the Sony Open, where she missed the cut.

"Michelle's playing schedule will be altered as needed to allow the injury to fully heal," he said.

Wie wasn't planning to play in either the SBS Open or the Fields Open the next two weeks in Honolulu when the LPGA Tour season begins. But the injury raises questions whether she will recover in time for the Kraft Nabisco Championship, the first LPGA major of the year, which starts March 29.

A year ago, Wie was one shot behind when she faced a 25-foot chip from just off the 18th green at Nabisco. She hit it 10 feet by, then missed the birdie putt that would have allowed her to join a playoff.

Wie had at least a share of the lead on the back nine of two other LPGA majors last year, but faltered badly at the end of the season. She finished out of the top 10 in her final two LPGA Tour starts and has missed the cut in her last four appearances against the men.

Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press

If this does not suffice, why don't you find her details yourself, I'm not your gopher. If your smart enough you will find it.
2007-06-19 @ 19:13
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Top Dawg,

It was also reported at a later date that the "injury" occurred in Palo Alto, Ca as she was visiting Stanford U.
2007-06-19 @ 20:41
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt-putt,

Hey you old Canucklehead, still going off topic, are you?

So am I.

As a collector of small arms and rifles, I just made a bid on one on E-bay. It was advertised as such:

Mint-condition Canadian army rifle for sale. Never fired, only dropped once.
2007-06-19 @ 20:46
Comment from: Paul [Visitor] Email
Cont'ing to go WAY off topic... Have either of you (Alex & putt4par) seen Bowling for Columbine? Quite interesting. This Canadian guy says it's true (the Canadian parts) for the most part, but not completely accurate.
2007-06-19 @ 21:08
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Hiya Lambchops...Yowser.. lol, Go Lambchops, You really are entertaining, aren't you?
But carry on, you just keep proving why you ride the short bus.
2007-06-19 @ 21:23
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
putt4par,
I forgot to answer your question.
Maybe in a Hollywood movie! Why did you ask that question?
2007-06-19 @ 21:37
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
======================================
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
putt4par,

You are well known for going off on tangents on these blogs, accounting for the concensus that you are mentally disturbed.
======================================

Oh I loved this one Lambchops. This was really vintage Lamby droppings and coming from a guy who has obsessed for the better part of 3 years over a teenager.. bashing and verbally abusing a teenager girl for 3 years?

Yup, yup, i'd say you were definitely inot the sicko coward zone there, Lambchops.
2007-06-19 @ 21:37
Comment from: JS [Visitor] Email
Really, 3 years?
2007-06-19 @ 21:54
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Comment from: JS [Visitor]
Really, 3 years?
2007-06-19 @ 21:54
Well, yeah. Give or take a day or two. That is how long as his keepers have allowed him out of that rubber lined room of his, right Lambchops, my little sheep?
2007-06-19 @ 22:52
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
How do all you Wie Warriors feel to know you have putt4par, an obvious psychopath as one of your leaders?

Thankfully, he's in Canada where he belongs. He can't vote in the USA and his crackpot opinions are only good for laughs.

Paul,

No, I didn't see that movie. My son-in-law saw parts of it; he says it is unadulterated propaganda.

I did see exerpts of Moore's film on "9-11." It was hogwash.
2007-06-20 @ 08:10
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Jon,

I note that you're having trouble understanding putt-putt's absurd question.

Don't feel bad. No mentally stable person would be able to understand that schizophrenic Wiebot.
2007-06-20 @ 09:30
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Hey Lambchops...
ROFLMA... You really are running scared, aren't you, you little rubberoom escapee.

Whats the matter Lamby? You don't feel good about yourself so you accuse others of having the afflictions that are crippling you?

Not a bad manoeuvre for a Wie-whacko like you..


I'll just bet you are having non stop orgasms over MW opting out of the JD tournament, lol.

What a complete flake.

Let's see, Lamby... How much balls do you really have? How big a man are you are or are you all mouth?

Publish your name and address, send a letter to the Canadian Government telling them how you feel about Canadians. Publish your bullshit in Canadian papers then come visit us in Canada.
Have you got balls that big or are you really the gutless little coward that you appear to be?


Be a man, Lamby... Stand up where we can see you instead of hiding like a little baby behind an anonymous moniker on a blog.

Coward, you wouldn't dare.......No guts, no glory..... hahahahahaha...
LOL, so much for your balls of steel my little sheep friend.

2007-06-20 @ 10:56
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Jon,

My assessment of you has been vindicated -- you are a Michael Mooron Kool-Aid drinker. You lost credibility as soon as you mentioned WMDs, something I had already addressed. Go hug a tree, you pathetic little leftist wimp.
2007-06-20 @ 11:57
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,

Jon is nothing more than a twenty something college dropout who has been brainwashed by radical leftwing instructors. It may be possible for him to be cured; time consuming but possible.

put4par, on the other hand, is a gone goose. His only salvation would be permanent and large doses of thorazine.

If his posts are any indication, it may already be too late.
2007-06-20 @ 12:48
Comment from: Paul [Visitor] Email
Alex, just thought I'd ask because your rifle comment and the fact that putt4par is from Canada sparked my memory of watching that movie. By which I was forced to watch! The only part I found amusing was when Moore got a rifle at a bank. What happened to iPods and coolers?
2007-06-20 @ 16:19
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
Does Ali & Judy need a time out? All that bashing will blow a vein!
Three years? That's sick.
2007-06-20 @ 16:32
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
putt4par, how long has Judy been bashing "Bubbles" here?
And how do you know how long Ali's been here? Have you been here along with them? No offense, but this is all a bit wierd for me. Ranting back and forth for so long. Oh well, looks like the three of you are enjoying yourselves.
2007-06-20 @ 16:36
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Actually, Eagle, it's very simple to find out. Just google Chris Baldwin, or Michelle Wie stories from Travelgolf, Worldgolf or any of their sub-blogs.

You'll find that Ali and Judy aka Lambchops and Charley Horse, rarely respond to any other stories except those about Wie.

You figure out what their problem is.
2007-06-20 @ 16:43
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
putt4par,
Do you think if we challenge Ali & Judy to not say one word about Michelle Wie for 2 weeks, would they take it? Would they last? With the US Open coming up, it would just kill them!
However, I doubt they would take the challenge because they know they won't make it. At best they'd sneak to another Wie-basher site or at the end of 2 weeks we will read some pretty crazy ampt up things...
Bet they are just sparkling about Wie dropping out of the Deere Classic.
2007-06-20 @ 17:20
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
"Bet they are just sparkling about Wie dropping out of the Deere Classic."

Almost constant orgasms, I'm sure, lol
2007-06-20 @ 17:36
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Attention all Wie Warriors!

Chris Baldwin initiated blog , the topic of which was Bubbles' 21 over par at the LPGA championship.

Since this is an internet message board, Jugde Smails and I, along with a few other sane people, choose to comment on Chris' blog.

If you numbskulls have a problem with that, too bad.
2007-06-20 @ 19:21
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
putt4par,
Told you!
It seems Alex has missed the point.
2007-06-20 @ 19:48
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
roflmao I was never in any doubt, the girls are so busy making up gossip or gloating over it, they never get the point.

You notice the use of the word sane?
2007-06-20 @ 20:21
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
You fools couldn't get on topic if your lives depended on it.

Most schizophrenics can't?

Thorazine is the answer for you birds.
2007-06-20 @ 20:38
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
Notice Ali keeps mentioning, Thorazine? He must be speaking from personal experience.
2007-06-20 @ 20:43
Comment from: Top Dawg [Visitor] Email
Hmmm... notice a certain someone making rules that apply to everyone except for him? The last time he spoke about "Bubbles' 21 over par at the LPGA championship,"was 11 (his only) ago. And that was the only time! So once out of 31 posts. Though should we give him credit for also mentioning what the topic was, mmhmm, twice! Three times staying exactly on topic of Wie's score of 21 over!
BTW, did you notice the AP article today?
2007-06-20 @ 21:03
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Would you be referring to this headline?
"Wie continues her break from competing
AFP
Chicago, Illinois —"


Or one very similar.
The very same "Chicago" that had nothing in the tribune? Must not be a golf paper.

lol, looks like the girls are very censored in their reading material
2007-06-20 @ 21:26
Comment from: Top Dawg [Visitor] Email
putt4par,
Huh?
I was referring to "Wie, citing injury, won't play in PGA Tour event" from the Associated Press.
It cites her broken wrist, though sorry Alex, no tiny details revealed.
2007-06-20 @ 21:42
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Yes, just about everyone of these articles mentions it.
Myopia on Ali's part?
2007-06-20 @ 22:22
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
Putt4par- care to explain to Alex where you got the "three year business." Perhaps, copy and paste his first post?
"I don't know where you and that moron putt4par came up with that three year business."
2007-06-21 @ 15:00
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Actually, I took Ali's word for it some time ago.
See what happens when you believe anything he says?

But if you google for Alex, which is the name he is using now, it's about 18 months.

Funny thing is about the time Alex showed up, some of the other Wie-bashers quit posting.

To paraphrase a line from the old radio shows, The Shadow, "Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of Wie bashers, Alex knows".
2007-06-21 @ 15:59
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Comment from: Jon [Visitor]
Putt4par- care to explain to Alex where you got the "three year business." Perhaps, copy and paste his first post?
"I don't know where you and that moron putt4par came up with that three year business."

2007-06-21 @ 15:00 hmm, odd, I find you have the only referrence to the above post.
Is Ali getting fretful ans sending private posts, rofl......

On another topic along the same lines as the 3 year thing, google ( and I mean do it yourself, don't be lazy) Tim and Chris and see how far back their stories go.
Travelgolf and Worldgold Archives go back to 2003 , So also do their bashing stories about Michelle Wie.

Now, what name Alex wa posting under then, who knows.
I have never posted under any other name but putt4par.
2007-06-21 @ 16:08
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Whoops, holy crap, the archives now only go back to 2004.
hahaha, Timmy's article about the young asian girl taking on the LPGA and the PGA is gone.

Imagine that!!!!
2007-06-21 @ 16:10
Comment from: Jon [Visitor] Email
Oh, Ali said the three year thing... I'm sure he is going to tell you to prove it. But you know even at 18 months, it does not help his case. Still a very long time spent on bashing a teenager. And so often.. you'd think after all this time, he'd be like Judy & write once a day at the most!
2007-06-21 @ 16:15
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
Look what I found. Is this the same Ali? Earlier he said he was a "Wie supporter." WOw, what got in his pants now?
"Alex said:
And Norman insisting that Michelle's quarterfinal 5 and 4 elimination in the Publinx was both a "thrilling run" and "outstanding".
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Again Alex you are misquoting people, which seems to be a habit of yours.
I didn't say the quarter final was thrilling. I said getting to the quarter final was a thrilling run.
To be the first woman to qualify for such an event, and then to finish tied 5th in a field of 156 players is OUTSTANDING.
To qualify from stroke play with 2 birdies in the last two holes is thrilling.
To win three matches, one by 6&5, and another where she came from behind with 4 birdies in the last 5 holes. That is THRILLING.
2005-12-31 @ 10:41
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] · http://Alex
Norman, As I've said many times, Michelle Wie has all the tools to become a big winner on the LPGA tour. I seriously doubt that she will ever be a contender in a PGA event. By that I mean being in any of the last five groups om Sunday. Although she obviously has the tools, as yet she hasn't put them all to full use by winning an LPGA event. I am confident that she will win an LPGA event this year. But if she doesn't, all will not be lost. A number of top ten finishes would be almost as good. The number and quality of the women on the LPGA tour is increasing dramatically every year. At 16 years old, Michelle has plenty of time to reach the top. But she is not there yet, and in my opinion she won't get there by becoming a sideshow trying time after time to make a cut in PGA events. She will need the competition in the best LPGA events to bring out her best. After all, these events are where she played her best in her brief career. I would encourage Michelle and her agents and advisors to take their time and exercise caution with their prodigy. She has the talent, and at sixteen, she has plenty of time.
2005-12-31 @ 11:20
Comment from: Norman [Visitor]
Alex, I am glad that you at least have stated what you consider contending ie you think if she is in the top 10 going into the final round, that that is it.

In my opinion, if she were to make a cut in the next two years, it would be outstanding.
Furthermore, if she were to win an lpga event, it would be unprecedented.
Therefore I don't think people should talk about her not having achieved the above two goals yet, as some sort of failure on her part.

On your point about "becoming a sideshow trying time after time to make a cut in PGA events".
I think that is a very inaccurate statement.
The Sony Open is near her home. Like it or not she is likely to compete in it every year for the next few years at least.
Apart from that she has played 1 (ONE) other pga event. I think you are giving the impression, as if she were taking 7 sponsors exemptions per year and not making cuts in any of them. The reality is very different.

MW can only compete in 8 lpga events, this year and next. I don't think there is anything wrong with her competing in 1 or 2 pga events, and some others also.
2005-12-31 @ 11:52
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] · http://Alex
Norman, I assume you meant it would be outstanding if Michelle made a cut on the PGA tour. Maybe so. I would be more impressed if she won on the LPGA tour. Some posters on this board do not share this opinion. Jim says that Michelle's fondest desire should be to finish 70th in a PGA event. The fact that she is a sideshow whenever she is in a PGA event is obvious. Last year at the Sony, ESPN followed Michelle nearly every step of the way until she was mathmatically eliminated. At the same time, they paid very little attention to Shigeki Maruyama who shot a 65 that day. Incidentally, in the 2005 Sony, Michelle shot 75-74 149, nine over par and missed the cut by seven strokes. She was 17 stroles behind Maruyama, but received ten times the television coverage. That is a sideshow. Michelle deserves something besides such blatant patronizing.

Hmmm... there goes those rules again.
2007-06-21 @ 16:29
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Yup, that Ali's general mode of operation. Misquote, obfuscate, twist and tilt in the wind but never quit bashing a teen who just happens to be a girl and who cannot defend herself against Ali because he does it all from the protection of the infamous anonymoust posting under an assumed name.
Quite the hero.
At least Chris and Tim have balls enough to put it all out there where the public can see who is doing the bashing.
2007-06-21 @ 16:42
Comment from: Eagle [Visitor] Email
"The only trouble is I am past 60 and with my life expectancy about 75, I might not live to see it."

Maybe we should go easy on Ali...

Here's the start of changing sides...
" 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! "

Maybe it's true, what they say the older people get, the higher chance for dementia.
2007-06-21 @ 16:47
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
ROFLMAO... good one, Eagle!!
I thought I saw one from Ali circa 2004, about november but I can't find it at the moment.
I'll have to redefine my search parameters.
2007-06-21 @ 17:03
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

How are you dudes enjoying yourelves in your own sandbox

You couldn't find anything from me from 2004 by your own admission, but don't let that get into the way of your fantasies.

If you want to redefine your search parameters, try the depths of your warped mind.
2007-06-21 @ 18:39
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Heya Lambchops.....

You getting a little uncomfortable when some folks actually hold you to the truth.

At least I was honest and said I couldn't find it.

I also said 3 years give or take a day or two.
Granted, you and the ravening horde seem to hold everyone but yourselves to exact parameters but even us little guys are allowed to stretch things occasionally. I mean, afterall, you do it all the time, so where's the beef?

Speaking of warped minds.... Have you seen the lates polls, litle sheep?
2007-06-21 @ 18:47
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
putt4par,

You couldn't find it because it doesn't exist.

You said three years, give or take a year or two?

Close enough for a deranged Wie-wee.

What happened to your spelling? Did you run out of medication?
2007-06-21 @ 20:28

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