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Comment from: John Stewart [Visitor] Email
Michael Phelps and Tiger Woods – No friggin way?

You are exactly right. After all, one is a true sport, the other, a mere game played by middle aged men...
08/18/08 @ 17:38
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor] Email
Tim, your final para is just begging for trouble! Is BV on holiday?

John Stewart - is TW middle-aged yet? Heard of the LPGA? Swimming is a great sport and I would never deride it but I believe golf requires more skill. Have you actually tried it?
08/18/08 @ 18:31
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Golf is a hybrid between a sport and a game. Swimming is an exercise.

The oracle has spoken.
08/18/08 @ 22:44
Comment from: Debbie [Visitor] Email
Swimming is for athletes with discipline, dedication, skill, and talent. You would never understand Timothy. That's ok, there are plenty of us who get it. Go back to your fat-boy sports.
Swimming is an exercise...what a bunch of dumb-a@@es.
08/19/08 @ 15:48
Comment from: Tim McDonald [Member] Email
This is from a girl?

I understand the skill and talent -- aren't those the same things, dumb-ass? -- but true enugh, I'm not wild about the discipline and dedication part.

Swimmers aren't really athletes, anyway. They're just in great shape.

You can throw a person who's never swum in his life in a lake, and they would find a way to swim.

My grandmother used to swim every day. It was hardly a riveting spectator sport.

08/19/08 @ 16:17
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Well, Tim, I don't know why girls are talking about sports in the first place or what they would know about them.
08/19/08 @ 22:20

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