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post #145 of 205
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Originally Posted by showtime583 View Post


Last time I checked, the clock ticks at the same pace for everyone....didn't you learn that in your "AP" classes??!
And for anyone on any boat forums, keep your eyes peeled for a poor kid from the Midwest with a passion for canoeing asking for someone to send him a canoe that is less than 7 years old. Upon further questioning you may discover that his old one sank, but he was too lazy to retrieve it from the local swimming hole and fix it himself.....

Now I meant mentally I am becoming more mature than before at a fast pace. And second, we have to build our own boat. I would never do that.

post #146 of 205
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I am going to show I can be an adult now. Let's just end this right now. No more fighting, I just want to stop this. I have learned many things from this, for example I must learn to grow up and work for my money and not just ask strangers online. I have to do more work, and therefore learn ways in order to earn more money. Also, I want to apologize to all of you if I offended any of you or if it was something I said. I didn't mean to hurt anyone or make anyone lose their patience with me. In addition, I would like to say it was a please talking with all you gentlemen. Please remember I am simply a young gun growing up, and I need things like this in order to learn. So please accept that apology. To prove my sorrrow, I am going to work off the price of the new shaft my self and I will post a picture in a few months with my new shafted driver. Its the least I could do. And Gesh, I am sorry I called you pathetic. I was just caught up in the moment and my feelings overcame me. I didn't lie at all in this forum, and I hope you guys realize that. I just have a crazy life. So Please, please, PLEASE accept my apology, and that goes out to everyone in this forum. Once again, I hope you all, every last one of ya, have the round of your life every single time you play. 

post #147 of 205

Apology accepted.  Already forgot about this thread.

post #148 of 205

Must be dinner time at Kevin's house.....

post #149 of 205

Another thing, how can your parents stop you from buying a driver? You work, its your money, buy it. Don't even ask them or tell them. Buy it, throw it in your bag, and if they ask questions, tell them you are able to spend your money however you want.

post #150 of 205

I wouldve sent you my extra driver, but there needs to be some belt tightening in this house after i hit $75 worth of balls into the water today while I was bored. I may have to sell one of the 4 I have to feed the family this week.

post #151 of 205

Folks, I think we have a new kickstarter of the month!

post #152 of 205
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

Folks, I think we have a new kickstarter of the month!

If that actually happens I think the parameters of the award need to be revisited - flame wars shouldn't count. z7_no.gif

post #153 of 205
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Originally Posted by Kevin18 View Post

I have applied for jobs. I tried to be a caddy at this championship course that ryder cups have played on in the past, but I wasn't selected in the "raffel" they had. In the winter I go around shoveling driveways. At the range I sell lessons to people (cheap, but effective) and the only reason I dont mow lawns in the summer is A) My dad said he didnt want to waste gas since the prices are so high but Im sure if I raise the price someone will go for it and B) there is a heat advisory for the past week and will continue for the next week and a drought. So that means not only is the grass not growing at a consistent rate with the sunlight, but also it is just plain too hot out (right now it is 102 degrees.) I do work and I swear I am not a lazy kid. And no, there is no excuse to my parents "not letting me go" outside.

Too hot????? Dude, I work in boiler rooms that reach 140* on a daily basis. After work this week I've been working on a wheelchair ramp for my grandfather in 100* Ohio heat. Hell if the grass ain't growing go hustle little old ladies to water their flowers. Instead of drinking Red Bulls and Mountain Dews, drink more water. You won't melt. 

post #154 of 205
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post

If that actually happens I think the parameters of the award need to be revisited - flame wars shouldn't count. z7_no.gif

 Im pretty sure I read somewhere that trolling will not count. maybe later Ill go look.

post #155 of 205
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Originally Posted by Jimdangles View Post

 Im pretty sure I read somewhere that trolling will not count. maybe later Ill go look.

I don't know if this qualifies as trolling in the strictest sense, kid 'effed up, got caught and hilarity ensues.b2_tongue.gif

post #156 of 205

 In your first post you wrote: My parents cant afford golf and will not even let me buy a used driver.  Want to clarify which story we should believe?

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Originally Posted by Kevin18 View Post

I am not poor. My parents just think Im spending too much on a "game" and refuse to let me buy anything else.

post #157 of 205
I just read this entire thread. Pretty sure my IQ dropped at least 30 points. Going to play violent video games now that I have nothing to lose.

Also, I mowed my own lawn this afternoon and it was over 90*.

Step 1: Find relatively clean golf towel.

Step 2: Dunk in water.

Step 3: Put on head.

Step 4: Mow. Keeps the sun out of your eyes and your head cool. Also works great for caddying.
post #158 of 205

OK I stopped reading at page 3....

 

Last weekend I went to Golf Galaxy with my 8 year old son and while looking over

the used clubs wouldn't you know I saw an old Callaway Big Bertha

for a $1.99 !!!

 

He now has a new driver with a grip that cost more then the club!

 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/X-FACTOR-HAMMER-DRIVER-10-degree-SMART-SHAFT-GRAPHITE-/271004695889?pt=Golf_Clubs&hash=item3f19237d51

 

17.99 and free shipping... POW !!!!

post #159 of 205

You know whats epic. The kid was found out on post #4 and proceeded to get ripped on for another 154 posts. about 30 of those were him trying to make excuses and wiggle his way out of the hole he dug himself.

post #160 of 205

Kid just work off the money. Why should I send you a driver when I don't even know who you are? Pay for it yourself. Do what I did when I was younger and go around the golf course and look for any balls that are obviously not in play. Then use those to save ball money. As for the clubs, get a job at golfsmith or places like that. Apparently my girlfriends brother works there, and he gets fantastic deals. Go check it out. And by the way, yes you can work. Its kinda confusing and there are restrictions, but you could get a work permit at 14/15. Just search for your state online. Just don't ever do this again, okay? You seem like you learned your lesson but this was just asinine. 

post #161 of 205
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Originally Posted by kregan View Post

OK I stopped reading at page 3....

 

Last weekend I went to Golf Galaxy with my 8 year old son and while looking over

the used clubs wouldn't you know I saw an old Callaway Big Bertha

for a $1.99 !!!

 

He now has a new driver with a grip that cost more then the club!

 

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/X-FACTOR-HAMMER-DRIVER-10-degree-SMART-SHAFT-GRAPHITE-/271004695889?pt=Golf_Clubs&hash=item3f19237d51

 

17.99 and free shipping... POW !!!!

The nice thing about gaming a HAMMER is you really get to lighten your bag, with a HAMMER all you really need is a putter and maybe a sand wedge if you suck.

post #162 of 205

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