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Comment from: The Undaunted Duffer [Visitor]
Mr. Nessmith,

You are a gentleman and a scholar. Your views and points are pertinent to all of our golf obsessed dialogues. Although I persoanlly may not agree with you on some topics, I appreciate you bringing them to the table nonetheless. Keep on keepin' on.
2005-11-30 @ 17:34
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Hey, how come that RonMon guy's blogs aren't updating in the sidebar? According to the bar, the most recent blog is something about an anonymous blogger. I know for a fact that his most recent blogs all deal with the Q-School goings-on. There must be a bug in the system.

RonMon
2005-12-03 @ 20:09
Comment from: kareem [Visitor]
Thanks for the link, Mark. I wrote that post in a fit of frustration with journalists and editors who work for mainstream media properties.

I think you've got an obligation to try to be factually correct whenever you're writing stuff. WHen you're getting paid for it and writing for the Grey Lady, though, you've got to try extra hard... and given how glaring the errors are in the article I linked to, it was clear nobody involved in the editorial process were trying very hard when they were fact-checking that article.
2005-12-11 @ 18:27

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