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post #199 of 1092

That has to be a fairly sophisticated troll. It's too perfect.

post #200 of 1092
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Originally Posted by Clambake View Post

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......

LOL, you beat me to the punch! I took too long proof reading my post! LMAO, gotta be pretty vigilant with the proof reading when you post in this thread!

post #201 of 1092
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

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??????

 

 

lol I just asked him that, couldn't help myself, yeah probably a sophisticated troll who likes erotic low end ballz

post #202 of 1092

Just for fun, I went back and read some of his other posts.   They all would easily make it to this thread, but here's one of my little favorites:

 

       Prolly wouldn't even help.  Also, I just read the first sentence of your post.  I plan on reading the rest on my lunch break.

 

Apparently reading more than one sentence at a time requires blocking out some time on his calendar.    That's pushing time management skills to the limit!

post #203 of 1092

Good stuff a1_smile.gif

post #204 of 1092
Two things: I love how he calls it the "don't call me list" (seems like there should be a "bro" in there somewhere), and who would make knock-off Dunlop golf balls? That's like making knock-off generic ibuprofen.

Also, how does someone like that afford a chiropractor? Thanks a lot Obama.
post #205 of 1092

LMAO, I just clued into who this guy is! It's the guy with the badass uncle! Yeah, his stuff is gold. 

post #206 of 1092
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

Two things: I love how he calls it the "don't call me list" (seems like there should be a "bro" in there somewhere), and who would make knock-off Dunlop golf balls? That's like making knock-off generic ibuprofen.

Also, how does someone like that afford a chiropractor? Thanks a lot Obama.

 

Apparently it is a church/chiropractic office. The priest/minister must be licensed and do work pro-bono for his flock.

 

This newest Gilberg post was really sublime...

post #207 of 1092
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

Two things: I love how he calls it the "don't call me list" (seems like there should be a "bro" in there somewhere), and who would make knock-off Dunlop golf balls? That's like making knock-off generic ibuprofen.

 

I saw that in a store.

 

It's called I B Proofen.

 

This guy needs some I B Proofreadin'.

post #208 of 1092

I'm just catching up on the Gilberg saga, didn't see these posts in Dec, very entertaining.

 

http://thesandtrap.com/t/63692/dunlop-13-driver-beware#post_791876

 

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Originally Posted by Gilberg View Post

My cousin (not legally but we are basically family) just dropped a few bucks on the new Dunlop 13 C- driver.  He is a hellova golfer but he gets scammed real eazy.  He was a Big-Oh the other day and pick up a couple wide-body Appalachian Ridge tires for his Geep and they offered to throw in the new Dunlop 13 C-, no strings attached.  He took the bait (yeah, I know), but when he went to the range he instantly lost about 1-2 yards of his tee shot.  Needless to say, he was pissed out of his mind and tried to return it.  But they would take it back since it was free and because they said they didn't have enough room for it.  So he is probably going to pop it up on ebay, so beware, cause it would most likely reduce your total driving statistic.

 

 

 

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Originally Posted by Gilberg View Post

Don't worry about seeing that driver on ebay anytime soon.  We went back up their with my uncle and we insisted a little harder at them to take it back, not threating at all, but my uncle is nobody to be messed with and I am sure they "got it".  They said they would take it back and they only charged him a $10 restocking fee (they said it was normally like $20).  I actually kinda liked it, does anyone know where I could pick a 13 C- or a C?

 
post #209 of 1092
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

I saw that in a store.

It's called I B Proofen.

This guy needs some I B Proofreadin'.

Heh. :-p
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post

I'm just catching up on the Gilberg saga, didn't see these posts in Dec, very entertaining.

http://thesandtrap.com/t/63692/dunlop-13-driver-beware#post_791876



My favorite line is: "My cousin (not legally but we are basically family)..."
post #210 of 1092
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

My favorite line is: "My cousin (not legally but we are basically family)..."

 

Yeah that was a good one  f3_laugh.gif  Also the post with him and his Aunt in the golf talent show was great, "not sure sure if it is the same course, but it sounds like it from your description."

post #211 of 1092
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post

I'm just catching up on the Gilberg saga, didn't see these posts in Dec, very entertaining.

 

http://thesandtrap.com/t/63692/dunlop-13-driver-beware#post_791876

 

 

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Originally Posted by Gilberg View Post

My cousin (not legally but we are basically family) just dropped a few bucks on the new Dunlop 13 C- driver.  He is a hellova golfer but he gets scammed real eazy.  He was a Big-Oh the other day and pick up a couple wide-body Appalachian Ridge tires for his Geep and they offered to throw in the new Dunlop 13 C-, no strings attached.  He took the bait (yeah, I know), but when he went to the range he instantly lost about 1-2 yards of his tee shot.  Needless to say, he was pissed out of his mind and tried to return it.  But they would take it back since it was free and because they said they didn't have enough room for it.  So he is probably going to pop it up on ebay, so beware, cause it would most likely reduce your total driving statistic.

 

 

 

 

Pop Quiz

 

Since this is the spelling & grammar thread, it seems appropriate to ask here:  how would "Geep" be pronounced?  Hard G or soft G?  I have the final say on this since I asked the question and therefore am all-knowing on this subject.

 

Edit: I actually looked it up and turns out I'm correct anyway a1_smile.gif.

post #212 of 1092
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

Pop Quiz

Since this is the spelling & grammar thread, it seems appropriate to ask here:  how would "Geep" be pronounced?  Hard G or soft G?  I have the final say on this since I asked the question and therefore am all-knowing on this subject.


Edit: I actually looked it up and turns out I'm correct anyway 
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Pretty sure the "p" is silent.

Also, I didn't notice this earlier, but this guy is pissed that a free driver(!) that they threw in with his snow tires(!!) lost him a whole 1-2 yards(!!!). g1_wacko.gif I would take that deal and run.
post #213 of 1092
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

Pretty sure the "p" is silent.

Also, I didn't notice this earlier, but this guy is pissed that a free driver(!) that they threw in with his snow tires(!!) lost him a whole 1-2 yards(!!!). g1_wacko.gif I would take that deal and run.
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

Pretty sure the "p" is silent.

Also, I didn't notice this earlier, but this guy is pissed that a free driver(!) that they threw in with his snow tires(!!) lost him a whole 1-2 yards(!!!). g1_wacko.gif I would take that deal and run.

Best part is at the end where the OP laments that he actually liked the driver his cousin returned and wanted to know if anyone knew where he could find one cheap. LOL.

RE: Geeps, actually the name Jeep came from the old WW1 General Purpose vehicles which were the ancestors to today's Jeeps. The were called GPs for short which was eventually bastardized to Jeep.
post #214 of 1092
Way to many good lines to pick one, but how about the ten dollar restock fee. (Normally like twenty, but his uncle was such a badazz)
post #215 of 1092

I just read through that thread.  I apparently miss a lot of good threads during golf's off-season.  Pretty funny though, the guy's non-uncle paid $10 to give back a free driver and then he (OP) asked where he could pick up said driver for cheap, since he ended up liking it.  You can't make that stuff up...or can you? 

post #216 of 1092
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Originally Posted by bplewis24 View Post

 You can't make that stuff up...or can you? 

 

It's either very clever writing with a great ability to stay in character throughout the different threads, or a crystal clear reason for chlorinating the gene pool.   

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