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Comment from: Bill Standbridge [Visitor]
Rono, what it the HELL are you talking about. I mean, seriously, were you drunk when you wrote this?
02/10/07 @ 22:37
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Bill,
I assume your English is fluent. With what do you take umbrage? From my desk, the blog is coherent and surgical, deftly reducing the AS column to ... nothing.
02/11/07 @ 00:30
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
Bill,
I assume your English is fluent. With what do you take umbrage? From my desk, the blog is coherent and surgical, deftly reducing the AS column to ... nothing.
02/11/07 @ 00:30
Comment from: Billy Dawg [Visitor] Email
Apparently, AS has been living such a priviledged life in golf circles that he's lost touch with us regular schmucks. Standbridge must be his agent or a relative.
02/11/07 @ 10:19
Comment from: Dave Marrandette [Visitor]
RonMon, Maaaarvelous. Both Shipnuck and Bamberger are on a gravy train and have lost touch with the real world of golf. We live about 40 miles south of Phx. Golf is good here unless you absolutely have to spend $150 for a round. The FBR and Superbowl next year...no problem. We have a very nice television and cold beer in the fridge.
02/12/07 @ 07:41

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