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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I properly hate people who improperly hate Americans. After all, if they are going to hate us, they should at least do it properly. Now, why must all names be catchy? What do Neo, Retro, Tiempo and Techno have to do with golf? Do the putters fetch your ball when you properly call them by their proper name? And finally, what is Unitized? Does it mean individual units? Is it euthanized, or eunuchized? Actually, I loved the last Nike putter I had before I gave it away (sob-sob) to charity. I'm just a linguistic monster today.
11/02/06 @ 19:54
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
All those names have 'o' on the end, which is round, like a golf ball. How dare marketers make names catchy? What are they thinking?!?

11/03/06 @ 10:31

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