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Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
I have seen at least 20 times more fat-assed, clueless adults bunging up play than kids. Every time I see a kid on a course, all I can do is smile. Once, there was a guy ahead of me with a 6-year-old sort of chipping and putting with him, and a baby in a car seat strapped into the cart. I can just imagine the conversation with his wife before going to the course.... Man, that guy wanted tmo play golf. And dang it, I was happy to let him take all the time he needed.
06/21/08 @ 21:26
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Well, there's probably another side to this story. Unless you were coaching a group of LDS kids, it's a safe bet that they were typical modern children who were at least somewhat ill-behaved (that, sadly, is the norm nowadays). Were they saying "Yes, sir" and "No, sir"? If they do that, they'll probably command a lot more respect.

Of course, if the adults were worthy of respect and respected tradition and truth, the kids would reflect that. So, look in the mirror.
06/22/08 @ 00:28
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Hello, Smails. Missed you. The adults in question don't hear the "yes sir" and "no sir," even when they are offered. It's a shame.
06/28/08 @ 19:59

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