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post #649 of 1057
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

His replies are very understandable and concise. Don't know what your talking about.

 

Another {previously stipulated amount of currency} in the pot!

 

:D

 

P.S. Thanks for your post, though.

post #650 of 1057

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Well donald wasnt decieving on the drive, but the approach shots is were he got you. Most of his greens were elivated for drainage with alot of false fronts. He used high lip bunkers which make things look closer than they are. I love his courses, they just flow with the land, always looked like they belonge there, nothing looks forced.

 

I am going to ignore the plethora of mistakes in this except one: "belonge". Lol. "Belonge"?  Really??? 

 

:-P

 

You know what I love about you saeval? We keep busting your chops with these and you don't give a rat's ass. Lol. :beer: 

post #651 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Well donald wasnt decieving on the drive, but the approach shots is were he got you. Most of his greens were elivated for drainage with alot of false fronts. He used high lip bunkers which make things look closer than they are. I love his courses, they just flow with the land, always looked like they belonge there, nothing looks forced.

 

I am going to ignore the plethora of mistakes in this except one: "belonge". Lol. "Belonge"?  Really??? 

 

:-P

 

You know what I love about you saeval? We keep busting your chops with these and you don't give a rat's ass. Lol. :beer: 

 

 

Posted that on a cell phone while waiting for my Chinese to be made. I can not be held accountable for the errors when it comes to thumb texting ;), or maybe I can. Ooops. 

post #652 of 1057
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Originally Posted by mvmac View Post
 

 

Yeah it is but you're are the one talking about establishing impact conditions at address.  

 

 

 

I guess mvmac was trying to play it safe on this one?

post #653 of 1057
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

 

Posted that on a cell phone while waiting for my Chinese to be made. I can not be held accountable for the errors when it comes to thumb texting ;), or maybe I can. Ooops.

Then turn your autocorrect back on ... that will provide all kinds of Mad-Lib-esque entertainment for us. ;)

 

By the way ... you capitalized Chinese there.  Are you waiting for food or people?  I really hope food. ;)

post #654 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Golfingdad View Post
 

Then turn your autocorrect back on ... that will provide all kinds of Mad-Lib-esque entertainment for us. ;)

 

By the way ... you capitalized Chinese there.  Are you waiting for food or people?  I really hope food. ;)

 

Actually I just looked that one up, and the C should be capitalized since Chinese is a proper noun. Food would be capitalized only if the restaurant was called, Chinese Food. Of course Google could be wrong, so don't judge me to harshly. I also forgot to put down food after Chinese, oops. I am use to just shortening Chinese food to just getting Chinese. :-D 

post #655 of 1057
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post

Actually I just looked that one up, and the C should be capitalized since Chinese is a proper noun. Food would be capitalized only if the restaurant was called, Chinese Food. Of course Google could be wrong, so don't judge me to harshly. I also forgot to put down food after Chinese, oops. I am use to just shortening Chinese food to just getting Chinese. a3_biggrin.gif  
My apologies then. (But my punishment would simply be that my joke is not funny ;))
post #656 of 1057
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

Actually I just looked that one up, and the C should be capitalized since Chinese is a proper noun. Food would be capitalized only if the restaurant was called, Chinese Food. Of course Google could be wrong, so don't judge me to harshly. I also forgot to put down food after Chinese, oops. I am use to just shortening Chinese food to just getting Chinese. :-D 

Careful, in some circles "getting Chinese" means smoking weed.B-)

post #657 of 1057
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

Actually I just looked that one up, and the C should be capitalized since Chinese is a proper noun. Food would be capitalized only if the restaurant was called, Chinese Food. Of course Google could be wrong, so don't judge me to harshly. I also forgot to put down food after Chinese, oops. I am use to just shortening Chinese food to just getting Chinese. :-D 

 

It's not the capitalization, it's that you called it "Chinese".

 

Hold on, I'm waiting for my Italian to be made. See how that reads a little weird? lol

 

:beer:

post #658 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

Careful, in some circles "getting Chinese" means smoking weed.B-)

 

How delightfully racist. lol

post #659 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

 

Actually I just looked that one up, and the C should be capitalized since Chinese is a proper noun. Food would be capitalized only if the restaurant was called, Chinese Food. Of course Google could be wrong, so don't judge me to harshly. I also forgot to put down food after Chinese, oops. I am use to just shortening Chinese food to just getting Chinese. :-D 

 

It's not the capitalization, it's that you called it "Chinese".

 

Hold on, I'm waiting for my Italian to be made. See how that reads a little weird? lol

 

:beer:

 

Yet it's common to say "We're picking up Chinese on the way home."  Or "We're going out for Italian."

post #660 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post
 

Careful, in some circles "getting Chinese" means smoking weed.B-)

 

Only you would know that Ernest :-D

post #661 of 1057
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Originally Posted by Fourputt View Post
 

 

Yet it's common to say "We're picking up Chinese on the way home."  Or "We're going out for Italian."

This whole mess is my fault.  I tried to tease Saevel for capitalizing Chinese in a format where I thought it shouldn't have been.  I was wrong.  He would not be out of line starting a thread for "The Best (Worst) Incorrectly Correcting Mistakes that Actually Aren't" and making me the first 'victim.' ;-)

 

Now, meet me over in the Jack-Tiger thread in a couple of minutes. :-P 

post #662 of 1057
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Originally Posted by saevel25 View Post
 

You know your seriously into golf when you use CAD to explain why lower lofted clubs are easier to curve than higher lofted ones ;)

 

Add another bit of cash to the pot! :D

post #663 of 1057
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
 

 

Add another bit of cash to the pot! :D

 

It is those small details that are killing me :p

post #664 of 1057

@Fourputt got me with "cast dispersions".  My bad.  Don't write when you are distracted!  I bow to my elder statesman.

post #665 of 1057

Get a load of this. @david_wedzik found it near Philadelphia.

 

 

Let's concern ourselves with just the blue sign.

 

How many errors do you see (all caps is not one of them… we'll let that one go, just as we'll let the + ampersand thingy go)?

 

I see at least six depending on how picky you want to be.

post #666 of 1057

Not so much a spelling or grammar issue but the spoken ones are just as annoying.

 

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