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Comment from: Ross [Visitor] Email
It pains you to insert Michell Wie into masters week? I don't think so, your a pervert who would like nothing better then spend a night in bed with her and just won't admit it. Your a weird dude baldin and sick in some way and stupid in most, but what the heck, your just a cheap blog writer looking for gratification that you will never get. Loser is your middle name.
2008-04-11 @ 18:26
Comment from: ToddCommish [Visitor] Email
Sports Illustrated isn't really relevant anymore. It's a magazine that was great in the pre-Internet days, but is just an ESPN-wannabe website now. That and the swimsuit calendar are pretty much all they are...

Yeah, they have some good columnists, but I can't tell you the last time I bought a print copy.
2008-04-11 @ 19:38
Comment from: joe cool [Visitor] Email
Good old SI...didn't they offer a Porsche 911 Turbo if you would subscribe to their magazine for two years?

I understand that Bumberger is in Alaska showing the Eskimos the proper way to drop a golf ball. That is exactly where he belongs!
2008-04-12 @ 20:17
Comment from: Frank [Visitor] Email
Chris, I agree with every word, from Michelle to Britney. Its beautiful to see in print what most people think but never get a chance to see in the media.
Thanks,
Frank in Phoenix
2008-04-13 @ 14:17

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