Jennie Garth commenting on Paul Newman equivalent to Stephen Ames breaking down Jack Nicklaus' swing
You can’t say enough things about Paul Newman, a great actor who judging by his charity work seemed to be just as good a guy. Newman was one of those real men who people think that America used to produce a lot more of (but in truth, are rare in any generation, including Newman’s.)
So all the tributes for the deceased Newman are wonderful to see. Except when Jennie Garth gets involved.
But there was Garth featured discussing Newman’s career in one of those entertainment shows (I stumbled across it clicking). Now, Garth used to be a pretty hot blonde during her 90210 days (though not in Tiffani Amber Thiessen’s league) and it’s nice that she’s trying to beat a few more paychecks out of that tired 90210 remake on The CW rather than ending up in one of those zonked out ex-celebrity police mug shots that many of her caliber peers have.
But Jennie Garth commenting on Paul Newman’s acting would be like Stephen Ames breaking down Jack Nicklaus’ swing. Or softball guy sauntering up to Ryan Howard and delivering home run hitting tips. Or TravelGolf.com blogger of tongues RonMon ripping on Travelin’ Joe.
Sometimes you just have to know when you’re reaching out of your league. No one needs to hear Jennie Garth giving interviews on Paul Newman.
Though, I’m sure Lifetime could use her in another movie of the week.
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But kudos for making a totally irrelevent and pointless article connect with this site by throwing in the names of a couple of golfers; preceded and followed by a list full of people who are more successful and respected in their fields than you are. I hope you enjoy watching your entertainment news programs; I'm sure their producers are now thrilled to know that bored, obscure golf bloggers have been effectively drawn into watching their show.
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