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M Wie - Real men use pushcarts

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Pushcarts/buggies baby!

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Paperjob is a creeper.

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Paperjob is a creeper.

Indeed. If something happens to her I think I know the first person I would look for.

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Indeed. If something happens to her I think I know the first person I would look for.

Wow. Seriously.

https://twitter.com/paperjob3

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Funny, I was gonna comment on the freak paperjob too. Screw loose there, jeez.
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Holy, MWie, block/report spam this guy already.

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Wow. Seriously. [URL=https://twitter.com/paperjob3]https://twitter.com/paperjob3[/URL]

Somewhat commonplace for famous women on Twitter, unfortunately.

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Thought 1: I'm a real man!

Thought 2: Why are there so many sick bastards in the world?

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Creep alert for the paperjob dude!!

As for push carts, I love em...until I gotta push em uphill.

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Naw he's just misunderstood...

Actually I think we know exactly what he is, and what our daughters avoid.

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If a "paperjob" is some sort of deviant act, I hope it doesn't involve a whole lot of paper cuts and lemon juice.

BTW, thanks for finding my twitter page, guys! Yea, Michelle's a cool girl. We've got something special. ;-)

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Wow. Seriously.

https://twitter.com/paperjob3

Good Lord. I clicked the link. Creepy is right.

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Paperjob is a creeper.

Ya think? :-X

There is no way if I was in the public eye that I'd get anywhere near any social media site.  That goes double if I was female.  Too many creeps out there.

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Holy, MWie, block/report spam this guy already.

Maybe she has and that's why there is a paperjob 1, 2, and 3??  Regardless, yikes.

Anywho's ... I watched some of the college tournament yesterday and it was pretty cool watching guys at that level playing caddy for themselves.

It was also fascinating to follow the team competition as it came down near the end.  With 4 scores being totaled (and the worst being thrown out) and the teams vying for the top 8 (advance to match play today) all collectively within a shot or two, it was extremely volatile.  It looks like UCLA was 12th or 13th and at +10 when the telecast started, and by the time it all ended they were at +5 and in 6th place.

The most heartbreaking part was this guy (forgot his name) from South Carolina.  With two holes left, he was one shot out of the individual lead, and his team was in 4th or 5th place overall at, I believe, +4.  He bogeyed 17, so he needed a miracle eagle on 18 to get into the playoff with the Stanford guy and the Georgia Tech guy, but he hit a wild tee shot  into the scrub, had to take an unplayable, then came up short with his approach.  He hit his chip shot about 10 feet long, was not able to get up and down from there, and settled for a double bogey.  When the dust settled, he missed out on the individual honors AND knocked his team out of the match play finals.  Poor guy.

By the way, anybody know exactly how the format works for a team match play competition?  Do they play 5 separate individual matches and whichever team wins 3 or more moves on?  Or do they only choose a couple of players from each team and play foursomes or four-ball, or what??  I'm dying to know here.  I've never watched college golf in my life until yesterday and now I can't get enough! :beer:

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Yea, it was fun watching it last night. I've never watched college golf (other than highlights) until yesterday either. Interesting to finally see it.

It'd be pretty disappointing for Stanford if they don't close it out in match play considering they won stroke play by 9 strokes over the 2nd place school.

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OMG! That paperboy guy is crazy mofo. All this social media crap, I think its dump, stupid, and thats where all the crazies hang out.

I will never have a twitter account, or facebook, or any other social media BS.

If you read more of his tweets, I think he's a drug dealer, he clearly states "need to keep dealing if I want a million". WOW!

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I'm all for the pushcart today. It mean more and better golf for me.

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