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Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Journalists are notoriously dim.
And they have courses in colleges to teach them how to ask dumb questions.
02/15/09 @ 12:01
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

In your learned opinion, did Bubbles




(d)All of the above

Alex USMC 1969-73
02/15/09 @ 13:04
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, look up at the above comment. That applies to lawyers too.
02/15/09 @ 14:13
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
The one element of Michelle Wie that has never truly been explored is how acute her decision-making is. She ain't no Tiger; that we know. The question is, how does she handle strategic decisions? I didn't watch it, so I don't know what happened when she bombed it OB on the back nine. Mickelson did the same stupid thing at Pebble, so it isn't germane to the Hawaiian kid alone. Thoughts on her mental capacity?
02/15/09 @ 14:59
Comment from: Tom [Visitor]
sorry to burst your bubble yet again, but if you go to the us. open interviews you'll see mark cannizzaro asking tiger after round four if he felt bad for rocco that he never won a major and if he might let tiger win. go look it up. do some research. get something right for a change. Worthless amateur hack.
02/15/09 @ 23:04
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Yes, Tom, but the USGA Open is not a PGA Tour event, so my supposition does not apply to that situation. The fact that Tiger and Rocco have never gone down to the wire in a PGA Tour event means that you were duped in your zeal to convict. On that note, good luck in finding a day job.
02/15/09 @ 23:46
Comment from: tom [Visitor]
good luck finding a reader
02/16/09 @ 17:03

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