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Comment from: Tom [Visitor]
God, you are such a nimrod. You have the worst word sense of anyone I know. Poor Tom Coyne...your review is useless to him, as is your opinion on anything that has to do with golf.
02/11/09 @ 21:25
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Poor Tom Visitor...hate to inform you that Mr. Coyne enjoyed the review tremendously. Hope your therapy goes well and that you are allowed visitors soon (although I shan't be one of them.)
02/11/09 @ 21:59
Comment from: Shanks [Member] Email
Thanks for the tip, Ron Monster. Sounds like a great read.

(Is Tom Coyne B-Tuck's nom de plume?)

02/12/09 @ 12:37
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
No, Coyne has three books that are all worth reading: A Course Called Ireland, Paper Tiger and A Gentlemen's Game. Go to http://www.tomcoyne.com/ to learn more.
02/12/09 @ 13:09
Comment from: Tom [Visitor]
Don't gimme that nonsense you're the closest thing to a special needs child that this website has. You can't write your name in the snow and people only read you to laugh at you. You've become a comedy number.
02/12/09 @ 17:46
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Well, I'm honored to write for this website and flattered that you read what I write. I'm certain you could find much better things to do with your free time, such as help children with special needs. That said, I hear you might graduate from vinyl sheets soon. That's wonderful. We're all so proud of you.
02/12/09 @ 21:16
No one who cannot rejoice in the discovery of his own mistakes deserves to be called a scholar.
12/15/10 @ 02:38

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