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Comment from: Brandon Tucker [Member] Email
So did any of the ad wizards at Lexus clue you in as to why Ray Floyd is in the back seat in the race commercial? Is he showing up to these shoots drunk or something?? Does he have outstanding speeding tickets??

06/18/08 @ 05:00
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
It's because the back seat of the LS600h L is limo-like, with its own entertainment system, shades, reclining seats, and shiatsu massage. It's almost a shame to drive it yourself.
06/18/08 @ 07:50
Comment from: Adrian Ledbetter [Visitor] Email
So, I caught a glimpse of the last three holes of the playoff and sudden death over at hooters in champaign, Illinois. And I am thinking, what a refreshing person Rocco is. He is selebrating himself 'in the moment' and seems to have little preocupation with hoisting the trophy. In his attempt, he has become an example of who we all could aspire to be. Revel in the moment regardless of who get the hardware in the end. We could all be champions. We could all hope to be so fortunate.
06/18/08 @ 13:38
Comment from: Dennis "the golf course menace" Thrasher [Visitor] Email
Know how you feel. Sitting at a bar on
Monday, w a Tiger fan to my left and a
Rocco fan to my right I agreed w both of
them. As each cheered I did too! But in
the end Tiger will have many more chances
at fame and glory, while this may be Rocco's
last stand. So out w history and record
books, and killer stats. And in w heart and a sense of humor; here's to the old guy
who showed them that the sun does shine on
every dog's patoot at least 1 time. Go
Rocco; your my hero!
06/18/08 @ 13:40

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