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post #181 of 1115
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Came across this on a Tshirt website:

 

 

LET'S EAT GRANDMA. LET'S EAT, GRANDMA. PUNCTUATION SAVES LIVES T-SHIRT

post #182 of 1115
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

Came across this on a Tshirt website:

 

 

LET'S EAT GRANDMA. LET'S EAT, GRANDMA. PUNCTUATION SAVES LIVES T-SHIRT


Ha!

post #183 of 1115
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The method on the other hand felt much more balanced along the length if it. ie felt nicer.
This post could be pure dribble but I'd golf esp in the short game strong on feel.

You got the dribble part right..

post #184 of 1115

"Pure dribble."  Ha!  That's a good'n.

post #185 of 1115

Sort of off-topic, in that it's not written down on this forum anywhere, but I was listening to Herm Edwards this morning on Colin Cowherd talking about coaching football and fundamentals, etc, etc and he said:

 

"When it comes to coaching, I have a saying ... K. U. P. ... know your personnel ..."

post #186 of 1115

Herm said that?  Maybe that's the Twitter version?

post #187 of 1115
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

Herm said that?  Maybe that's the Twitter version?

Seriously ... in the texting/twitter world he's fine.  Know Ur Personnel ... so maybe he's just changing with the times.  Either way ... I love listening to herm Edwards!

 

(The other likely scenario is that he wants his acronyms to sound like words so they're easier to remember)

post #188 of 1115
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

Herm said that?  Maybe that's the Twitter version?

Seriously ... in the texting/twitter world he's fine.  Know Ur Personnel ... so maybe he's just changing with the times.  Either way ... I love listening to herm Edwards!

 

(The other likely scenario is that he wants his acronyms to sound like words so they're easier to remember)

I will officially take up French as my primary language the day I see "Ur" in the dictionary.d2_doh.gif

post #189 of 1115
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post

Seriously ... in the texting/twitter world he's fine.  Know Ur Personnel ... so maybe he's just changing with the times.  Either way ... I love listening to herm Edwards!

 

(The other likely scenario is that he wants his acronyms to sound like words so they're easier to remember)

 

Twitter version:

 

Kno ur personale!

 

#gogetit

post #190 of 1115
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

 

Twitter version:

 

Kno ur personale!

 

#gogetit

Don't forget #playtowinthegame

post #191 of 1115
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Hello.  I'm pretty inexperienced at the finer points of club building/making/fitting but I think I understand some of it.  By that I mean I do all of my own grips, but I digest.

post #192 of 1115

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I didn't know they were edible a1_smile.gif

post #193 of 1115

Hopefully they're not rough like the NDMC's.  I couldn't imagine that feeling too good on the way out.

post #194 of 1115
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

 

Twitter version:

 

Kno ur personale!

 

#gogetit

 

Talking of hashtags, I read in December that Susan Boyle (weird, Scottish spinster singer) had a new album out at the end of last year and to promote it her PR team tried spreading the hashtag #susanalbumparty 

 

Oops.

post #195 of 1115
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Originally Posted by Fraser View Post

 

Talking of hashtags, I read in December that Susan Boyle (weird, Scottish spinster singer) had a new album out at the end of last year and to promote it her PR team tried spreading the hashtag #susanalbumparty 

 

Oops.

 

Saturday Night Live would be proud.

 

post #196 of 1115
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OMG, brain experiencing sarcasm overload.....please feel free to go to town

 

 

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I am sure I am not the only who has been getting annoying spam trying to unload some dunlap "ballz".  I am on the national don't call me list but for some reason I still find flyers on my windshield at kmart and at the church/chiropractors office.  Not a fan of that type of marketing, but I thought it was erotic that they are trying to sell low end balls at the highest end church within 10 miles.  Are these just some dunlop knock offs?  I thought prolly somebody here has tried them or might work for them.  How do they preform in "real life"?

 

 

post #197 of 1115

I was just thinking the same thing when I read that thread!    Ignoring the many grammatical errors, one of the things I think hilarious is that he thinks being on the Do Not Call Register is supposed to prevent someone from putting flyers on his windshield.    Another fine product of our public school systems......

post #198 of 1115
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

OMG, brain experiencing sarcasm overload.....please feel free to go to town

 

 

 

 

Ha, I literally just read that post!

 

I like how he wants us to know that he goes to the "high end" church but oddly enough he still shops at kmart! Does he actually think being on the National don't call-list would somehow prevent people from putting flyers on his car window??????

 

I guess he doesn't like (or lick) low-end erotic ballz.

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