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Kim Jong il? I thought you dieded?

 

Nope.  Kim did a lot better.  Read the article below.

 

"Along with the Sunday death of North Korean leader Kim Jong il went one of the most fantastic records ever established in golf. The son of North Korea's founder died of a heart attack at age 69 - or 70 (his date of birth was either 1941 in Russia or, according to the official biography, in 1942 at a secret military camp on Baekdu Mountain in Japanese Korea). During his reign as the unquestioned, unchallenged leader of the secretive nation, Kim, according to official North Korean state media reports, routinely shot three or four holes-in-one per round of golf.

 

But in the 1990s - another moment in time when an event in North Korea varies (some say it happened in 1991 and others in 1994), the late dictator, then 50 (or 53) years old, set a golfing standard that will assuredly never be surpassed. It occurred at the grand opening of the Pyongyang Golf Complex, which contains North Korea's only 18-hole golf course. After picking up a golf club that day for the very first time in his life, the Dear Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of North Korea fired a 38-under-par round of 34 at Pyongyang. According to the 17 security guards who observed the performance, the score included an amazing 11 aces. Naturally, the event was dutifully reported to the North Korean masses by the state news agency."

 

Which is why I referenced it in the comment ;)

 

 
 
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Hey guys, this is me standing next to my car...

 

 

(In case you missed it, that was a bit of sarcasm there)

 

 

While a picture may be worth a thousand words, it doesn't mean anything if all thousand of those words are filled with:

A) Baloney (possibility)

B) Self-righteousness (likely)

or 

C) Narcissism (almost definitely) Ding ding ding

 

 
post #146 of 165
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Originally Posted by rkim291968 View Post
After picking up a golf club that day for the very first time in his life, the Dear Leader of the Democratic People's Republic of North Korea fired a 38-under-par round of 34 at Pyongyang. According to the 17 security guards who observed the performance, the score included an amazing 11 aces. Naturally, the event was dutifully reported to the North Korean masses by the state news agency."

That's all? That means he had to have made a couple threes there. How disappointing for him to have let his country down by not making a two or less on every single hole.

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Preztel wrote (could not find the original reply due to my laziness, sorry)

 

<snip> ... C) Narcissism (almost definitely) Ding ding ding

 

 

It's the most serious form of personality disorder, and the hardest to fix.   Most refused to believe they have the disorder.  The good news is that only 1% total population is effected by it.  The bad news is they can function as normal and you may not recognize them as such until something happens.

 

Back to the topic - The Narcissist golfer (I did this, I did that, I screw that cart girl, I eagled par 600 yard hole, ...).

post #148 of 165
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Originally Posted by Pretzel View Post

Hey guys, this is me standing next to my car...



(In case you missed it, that was a bit of sarcasm there)


While a picture may be worth a thousand words, it doesn't mean anything if all thousand of those words are filled with:
A) Baloney (possibility)
B) Self-righteousness (likely)
or 
C) Narcissism (almost definitely)

How much is that car and what is it? This just got added to my dream of cars to own. Number one is the Batmobile Tumbler, but that will probably always be a dream.
post #149 of 165
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Originally Posted by Pretzel View Post
 

Hey guys, this is me standing next to my car...

 

(In case you missed it, that was a bit of sarcasm there)

 

 

While a picture may be worth a thousand words, it doesn't mean anything if all thousand of those words are filled with:

A) Baloney (possibility)

B) Self-righteousness (likely)

or 

C) Narcissism (almost definitely)

mmm... possible baloney...

post #150 of 165
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As usual can’t cope with the truth or see the point…It was not I who went on and on and on about spelling etc…It was you nice people. The "reason"... you could not put forward a constructive debate on the subject to hand.. You’re also the people who introduced the offensive trash...the act of a  Philistine I would add. Yet you still can’t or more likely won’t acknowledge where you fail. And fail you do...you have let your countrymen down big time with your crass and feeble minded language.

 

The car.....  (whatever it costs and you SOL know nothing! )  Was not the point. The POINT was that the ability to spell or punctuate is not an impairment to success. In addition to which I will add.   I will bet my IQ against any on this site.

 

 

PS: The bought and paid for car is my 4 MB following 5 BMW’s. et al.

 

And another thing SOL...According to the H/Cs I'm a better golfer than you. Suck on that buster.

 

What a sad old man

post #151 of 165

"True courage is knowing when you’re wrong but refusing to admit it. - The Onion"

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How much is that car and what is it? This just got added to my dream of cars to own. Number one is the Batmobile Tumbler, but that will probably always be a dream.

 

Lamboghini Veneno. Not sure about the price, since Lamborghini doesn't list that on its website, but you could call up a dealership and ask probably.

post #153 of 165
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Lamboghini Veneno. Not sure about the price, since Lamborghini doesn't list that on its website, but you could call up a dealership and ask probably.

 

I believe it's one of those, "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" type of scenarios.  Me?  I'm in the, "I can't afford it, so I won't bother asking" camp.

post #154 of 165
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I believe it's one of those, "if you have to ask, you can't afford it" type of scenarios.  Me?  I'm in the, "I can't afford it, so I won't bother asking" camp.

 

I'm with you. They probably would just be annoyed by the fact that you wasted their time. That or they could be amused that you would have the audacity to do something like that.

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How does one spell Native Scotiot?
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:offtopic:

 

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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. 

 

 

:bugout:  I think this chode actually believes this. Bahhahaha....:dance: 

 

 

[Sorry lets get this back on topic]

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:bugout:  I think this chode actually believes this. Bahhahaha....:dance: 

 

 

[Sorry lets get this back on topic]

 

If possessions indicate one's successes, we wouldn't have had the housing crisis. 

 

Also, I'd argue that if you're in your 60s and not in a financial position to afford a $50,000 car, you probably didn't make a lot of great decisions. :-P

post #158 of 165
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If possessions indicate one's successes, we wouldn't have had the housing crisis. 

 

Also, I'd argue that if you're in your 60s and not in a financial position to afford a $50,000 car, you probably didn't make a lot of great decisions. :-P

 

 

 

Sounds like someone's working for their car...  simplify, man!

post #159 of 165
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Originally Posted by Slice of Life View Post
 

 

If possessions indicate one's successes, we wouldn't have had the housing crisis. 

 

Also, I'd argue that if you're in your 60s and not in a financial position to afford a $50,000 car, you probably didn't make a lot of great decisions. :-P

 

And I'd add that if you then proceed to buy one for $50,000 you probably didn't just make a great decision.

post #160 of 165
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And I'd add that if you then proceed to buy one for $50,000 you probably didn't just make a great decision.

 

Agreed.

post #161 of 165

Great video. Iplay with a wrong score guy and ball hunter guy and i used to play with a mood swing guy till it got dangerous.

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Great video. Iplay with a wrong score guy and ball hunter guy and i used to play with a mood swing guy till it got dangerous.

I have been the wrong score guy a couple of times...not on purpose... I just lost track of the shots I took...oye

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