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post #379 of 1101
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

 

Sorry, but I read this 4 - 5 times at different speeds, but I got nothing. Translation? What does it mean to "make the rules on breaking a lesson"?

 

Hmm, I think he's talking about a customer giving notice for not being able to make it to a scheduled lesson appointment?  He's saying if it's in the rules, then the customer should have called.  If it's an emergency, that should be a mitigating factor.

 

If I'm correct, just chalk it up to an abnormal gift I have for being able to translate horrible grammar/english.  I've always been great at it c3_clap.gif.

 

If I'm wrong, just forget the prior sentence.

post #380 of 1101
Thread Starter 

Brandon, you are now our official translator. Another bullet on you resume c2_beer.gif

post #381 of 1101

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I think if you make the rules on breaking a lesson and its part of the rules for it yep they should of called. If it was an emergency different story

 

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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

 

Sorry, but I read this 4 - 5 times at different speeds, but I got nothing. Translation? What does it mean to "make the rules on breaking a lesson"?

 

"make the rules on breaking a lesson" = Set up the policies for cancelling an appointment.

 

? I guess.

post #382 of 1101
I saw this just the other day. I don't know which is worse...producing this sign, or purchasing it and hanging it up at your business.

post #383 of 1101

Nice find.  They spelled "surveillance" correctly (which would have been more difficult for me), but can't get "you're" right a1_smile.gif

 

I have no idea what that icon is supposed to be.

post #384 of 1101
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Here's the scenario, i hit the ball way right, like 100 yards off direction. Its an open golf course, and i about 189 yards to the whole. I just google mapped it. I thought it was about 185. This hole is about 10 yards uphill. So, i take out my 185 club, and i swing normal, catching it really good. It comes the usual height, nothing adnormal about this, except the ball traveled an extra 20 yards and flew the green. The shot was a push fade, but still. 99% of the time i hit that 185, i hit this one 205-210. Its absurd. I have no clue how i suddenly gain 20 yards of distance on an iron. Really, this is the first time i ever had one fly on me like that, who knows, maybe the stars aligned and i caught one perfect. Makes me feel upset that even when i thought i was swinging good, i am still swinging horrible.


Giving forum leaders a bad name since 2010! a3_biggrin.gif


Oh boy, did I just put a target on my own back, or what?! d2_doh.gif
post #385 of 1101
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Originally Posted by jrasch View Post

 

 It give the instructor and idea of where the client is so they can have a plan of attack going on.

 

 

post #386 of 1101
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post


Giving forum leaders a bad name since 2010! a3_biggrin.gif


Oh boy, did I just put a target on my own back, or what?! d2_doh.gif

 

We'll see how you handle the pressure a3_biggrin.gif

 

Good job, nonetheless.  

post #387 of 1101
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Originally Posted by That is Good View Post

 

"make the rules on breaking a lesson" = Set up the policies for cancelling an appointment.

 

This reminded me of that Friend's episode where Joey writes a recommendation letter for adoption (for Monica and Chandler) and uses the thesaurus on every word :P

"We can't use this, you signed it 'Baby Kangaroo' Tribbiani!"

post #388 of 1101
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Originally Posted by jamo View Post

It does seem like the kind of round where we've been accustomed to seeing a listless 18 holes from Tiger over the past few years.

I'm quoting myself on this one. Maybe no spelling or grammar errors per se, but that may be the most jumbled sentence I've ever written.
post #389 of 1101
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Originally Posted by ilikefishes View Post

Ping, Cleveland, Nike, Calloway and all the others make great equipment.

 

Why do people have such a hard time spelling Callaway? I can understand people messing up Titleist, due to the e before the i, but Callaway?

post #390 of 1101
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Originally Posted by mellison24 View Post

This reminded me of that Friend's episode where Joey writes a recommendation letter for adoption (for Monica and Chandler) and uses the thesaurus on every word :P

"We can't use this, you signed it 'Baby Kangaroo' Tribbiani!"

Friends, not Friend's.

post #391 of 1101
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post

Yes the ball is on the ground so some decent is good.  Weight is still forward and lead wrist is flat at impact.

 

the site owners at it once again........

post #392 of 1101
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Originally Posted by meenman View Post

the site owners at it once again........

Good help is hard to find! a2_wink.gif
post #393 of 1101
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Originally Posted by meenman View Post

the site owners at it once again........

 

You meant to say "the site owner's at it once again" as in a contraction of "owner is." My posts aren't quoted here with any regularity, so for us (the plural form) to be "at it once again" we'd have to have been "at it" previously. :D

post #394 of 1101
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

 

You meant to say "the site owner's at it once again" as in a contraction of "owner is." My posts aren't quoted here with any regularity, so for us (the plural form) to be "at it once again" we'd have to have been "at it" previously. :D

it is kind of amazing that people have called you out, only to be proven wrong when their quote matches your post and there is not a single grammatical error.

post #395 of 1101
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Originally Posted by meenman View Post

it is kind of amazing that people have called you out, only to be proven wrong when their quote matches your post and there is not a single grammatical error.

 

Uhm, or not.

 

My post was quoted once, and joked myself about fixing the mistake in the original post, with a smiley and everything, and someone specifically "called shenanigans" which it was, but apparently you think that's way, way more serious than it was.

 

In other words, you're being a bit of a tool. I don't know why, but your perception doesn't align with reality in this case.

 

I generally don't expect to find my posts quoted here because, by and large, I use proper grammar and can spell. I've limited my discussion here to a few jokes and a few pictures about common spelling mistakes and the like. From my memory, 95% of the grammatical errors cited here are from non-long-term members.

 

Now, back to making fun of people (including myself and my ability to edit posts and point that out myself in a funny way that others "got" while you seem to have missed the boat entirely…).

post #396 of 1101

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Originally Posted by chatbuster View Post

 After about ten minutes of crap I started to watch the same 10 minutes of crap..again, without rewinding the DVD

 

 

Not really a spelling or grammar error but still funny...rewinding the DVD.a3_biggrin.gif

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