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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
How many geese did you encounter along the SS Trail? I just read your piece in Golf Styles, and liked it. My 100 holes in a day were fine, albeit slowed by a balky (not balco) putter. In northern Michigan, we encountered the foul bawstards in a few places, and had to invoke nonexistent local rules on "moveable poop" to avoid an unremarkable collision of ball and crap. Big dogs are the answer; you don't have to ever feed them, at least until the geese depart.
2007-07-17 @ 08:07
Comment from: prufrock1976 [Visitor] Email
Generally it's a rule of thumb that a writer has run out of things to say when they begin writing on (a.) the weather or (b.) animals.

But seriously, advocating the killing of any animal just isn't right. Ever stop to think who's intruding on who's habitat (unless you're saying your local muni's been there since the dawn of time).

T.R., find something better to write about.

And remember what E.B White said: "A goose that cannot sh*t is an abomination."
2007-07-20 @ 09:00
Comment from: Donald [Visitor]
I think someone should have shaken your egg before you could hatch.
2007-08-20 @ 19:07
Comment from: Gary [Visitor]
I was just thinking upon reading your article how much good land in this country is wasted on the stupid sport (if you can call it that) of golf!
2009-05-05 @ 11:40

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