Vegas Guru in lala land full-time
Hmmmm, so Dennis Silvers, the Las Vegas Guru, doesn’t know what I do for a living. Hey Dennis, you might want to check out the site you blog for a little further. Check out who the National Golf Editor is, and you’ll find my name. This isn’t a difficult thing to do, Dennis. It’s called “research.” I’m the National Golf Editor for the very site you blog for!
Now I guess, research – even baby research like knowing who you blog for – is something talk show hosts are incapable of. But, you would think they could read, couldn’t you? Maybe, maybe not. This is what I mean by being a talk show host – all talk, nothing to back it up. All hat, no cattle. My grandmother used to say “talk, talk, talk – no say nothing.” I think she had Dennis Silvers in mind.
Dennis, in your extraordinarily shallow critique of me, you write that I don’t do golf-related blogs for a golf/travel Web site. You answer your own pathetic question: we are also a “travel” site, in case you hadn’t noticed, which I don’t doubt since you don’t even know who the National Golf Editor is at your OWN SITE. They’re called “travel” blogs, fool. I go on the road a lot and like to give people a “feel” for the road. I guess you never leave Las Vegas. It shows.
If you would care to delve a little deeper – which I know is tough for you – you would see I have done dozens of golf-related blogs. Silvers says he prides himself on “being up to speed on relevant golf-related topics.” More blather from a talk show host, close cousins to game show hosts. Silvers’ “golf-related” blogs are superficial, poorly conceived and badly written. They are – once again, as I pointed out in my column – the silly rantings of an adolescent mind.
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