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post #109 of 165

OK, I admit I had to look up "derp".  I like the third definition best. 

 

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=derp

 

Back on topic.

 

They missed the "Dressed to Kill" guy with the Staff Bag, $2000 Miura irons, Ian Poulter threads and Chi Chi Rodriguez Panama Hat.  I haven't run into that guy very often, but he is out there lurking!

post #110 of 165

Can't cope with the issues so after the insults don't work.... Do it the all American way... Walk away.... Shut the guy down, run and keep running... Block his opinions freedom & democracy win again....Yes good way to finish guys gutless as we all new.

 

God Bless America.

 

One more question please:

 

You ever been on these American religious forums.. Jesus Christ!!!! now they truly are the crazies. That’s Crazy with a Z.

 

Bye you all and thanks to the two guys at the begining of the thread who had enough sense to see the joke..

 

post #111 of 165
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Bye you all and thanks to the two guys at the begining of the thread who had enough sense to see the joke..

 

 

Everyone saw the joke, it was just bland and unamusing.

 

Good day, sir.

post #112 of 165

Wow, what did I miss?

post #113 of 165
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Wow, what did I miss?

 

Diplomatic relations between the US and Scotland have reached an all-time low.  I hope you stocked up on tartan clothing.

post #114 of 165
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Diplomatic relations between the US and Scotland have reached an all-time low.  I hope you stocked up on tartan clothing.

 

I can see the headline now...

 

"US threatens military action against Scotland for improper spelling of critici[z]e and pedophilia[sic], Putin to discuss removal and dismantling of unnecessary *A*s and *U*s with Old Tom Morris"

post #115 of 165
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A couple of points gentlemen.....

 

Enjoy your golf.

 

 

You need to have a look in the mirror, my friend.  You've somehow made yourself look just as bad as the guy who said "hang yourself", while simultaneously giving him a feeling of vindication.  You're like the pot calling the kettle, "black."

 
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Diplomatic relations between the US and Scotland have reached an all-time low.  I hope you stocked up on tartan clothing.

 

Haha!


Edited by bplewis24 - 9/11/13 at 2:53pm
post #116 of 165

If they place an embargo on Scotch whisky, I take it all back! Scots are so friendly it is, well, unbelievable. And smart too. Never met a Scotsman who wasn't twice as smart as me. When they talked, my head would just spin at first until they saw my affliction and brought the logic level down for me. Did I say they are kind and gentle folk too. And they had the good sense to glom onto the game of "golven" that the Dutch invented.

post #117 of 165

Good evening Ernest. You missed very little to be fair....Nothing but an old man in Scotland with little better to do because it's raining outside other than sucker a large component of the Forum membership into a fallacious debate about American stereotypes…

 

The main thrust from the American side being. In addition to the pathetic attempts at insults. That the old curmudgeon can’t spell or punctuate properly.. Mind you neither could Einstein nor many other notable minds of our time. ..Add to that a small dose of Dyslexia and you get the picture….

 

Talking of pictures people. You have seen mine? Yes that’s me standing beside the latest version of the E Class Mercedes….Now! Hand up all those of you bright boys with an A in spelling and punctuation who can claim the same degree of financial success that owning a car like that demonstrate.

 

Honest answers only please.

 

Enjoy your golf and God Bless America.

 

post #118 of 165

Cool story, bro.

 

Can we move on? 

post #119 of 165

SOL    ""Everyone saw the joke, it was just bland and unamusing"" ....... It sure did sucker you my boy!.

post #120 of 165
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You're like the pot calling the kettle, "black."

Are you sure it's not blaque?
post #121 of 165

Most of us aren't your age here, so I don't know that it's fair to ask if we make enough money to own that type of car. Now, to be honest it's not overly expensive to lease one of those cars and my car payment is pretty close to what it would be to lease one of those. I've never been a huge fan of Mercedes anyway, besides maybe the mclaren, but those are a bit more pricey than the E-Class.

post #122 of 165
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Originally Posted by Lookingfortruth View Post
 

Good evening Ernest. You missed very little to be fair....Nothing but an old man in Scotland with little better to do because it's raining outside other than sucker a large component of the Forum membership into a fallacious debate about American stereotypes…

 

The main thrust from the American side being. In addition to the pathetic attempts at insults. That the old curmudgeon can’t spell or punctuate properly.. Mind you neither could Einstein nor many other notable minds of our time. ..Add to that a small dose of Dyslexia and you get the picture….

 

Talking of pictures people. You have seen mine? Yes that’s me standing beside the latest version of the E Class Mercedes….Now! Hand up all those of you bright boys with an A in spelling and punctuation who can claim the same degree of financial success that owning a car like that demonstrate.

 

Honest answers only please.

 

Enjoy your golf and God Bless America.

 

 

To the bold: You didn't sucker anyone. I called you a troll from the beginning, and was spot on.

 

To the underlined: You realize you're on a golf forum, correct? There are a large portion of people on this site with plenty of money, myself included. Congrats on your wealth, but I highly doubt that you're alone in that category as far as golf enthusiasts are concerned.

 

Also, owning a car like that can demonstrate financial irresponsibility just as quickly as it can demonstrate financial success. I'm not saying that YOU are financially irresponsible, but there are plenty of people driving around in an E Class Mercedes that shouldn't be. Also, not exactly an honest comparison, as if I'm not mistaken, a Mercedes E Class is quite a bit less expensive in Scotland than it would be in the US.

post #123 of 165
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post

 

You wanna troll the forum? I'll gladly troll you right back.

 

Enjoy your derp.

 

 

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SOL    ""Everyone saw the joke, it was just bland and unamusing"" ....... It sure did sucker you my boy!.

 

Look up. Didn't sucker me, I called it a long time ago, chief. 

post #124 of 165
Isn't there a thread here solely dedicated to self-important douchebags bragging about their cars?

I'd me much more impressed if you had friends, but I doubt you do.
post #125 of 165
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SOL    ""Everyone saw the joke, it was just bland and unamusing"" ....... It sure did sucker you my boy!.

Whatever Patrick.

post #126 of 165
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Good evening. 

 

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