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Comment from: Candace Polski [Visitor]
Just in case he decides to remove it from his own reply list - if he knows how to do that - here's what I had to say to Mr. Baldwin. And don't listen to that neanderthal - your stuff is fantastic! And Retief IS a hottie. No shame in saying it - you think the guys don't prefer to watch Natalie Gulbis over Laura Davies? Puh-lease!

(note to Baldwin follows)

Clever and insightful as always. Feeling threattened are we, Mr. Baldwin? What is it about Mrs. Mario you don't like, exactly? Because you are clearly not expressing your full view. Maybe you know something we readers don't - perhaps she is generating more blog hits than you? Or is it the fact that she seems capable - as a writer, a blogger and a golfer - while you seem barely coherent? Yes, that seems more likely.

As for uninteresting predictions, "Tiger is the reason to watch. He might do something!" Quality work. You have uncovered that Tiger Woods is both the best golfer out there AND that people tune in to watch Tiger play. Did you stay up late figuring that out? Must have been quite the epiphany. (That means it was a sudden realization - and if those words are still too big for you, go ask Mrs. Mario if you can borrow her dictionary).

Be sure to get some rest today, you probably overworked your limited mental capacity last night generating these last few gems on your blog list. Wouldn't want you to hurt yourself. How would I know which golfer will be the reason to watch the next tournament?
06/19/05 @ 11:20
Comment from: Ragtime [Visitor]
At age 28 Tiger has reached a depth and maturity that aludes most superstar professionals in every respect. One that I never heard "bellyache" or complain about a courses condition, etc., etc. as we did yesterday. He put on a great exhibition of his god given talent and inbred character in staying with the course to almost over take a pure classic display from a comeback story that rivals most. My hats off to Tiger and Mr. Campbell for Sunday's show. Cheers!...from a lifetime golfer....50 years since I received my first set of McGregor woods and irons following reading 'Power Golf' by Ben Hogan
06/21/05 @ 02:19

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