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post #19 of 45
I would rather see any golfer be who they are vs any nfl or nba player.
post #20 of 45

Bubba thinks acting disrespectful and ignorant is ok, cool or funny, sort of a spoiled kid trait, and not very Christian at all. Not much to like there if you ask me. He certainly doesn't give credence to  southern hospitality, manners or charm. In fact I can't think of anyone less charming in the PGA.

post #21 of 45
This says everything:
post #22 of 45
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Originally Posted by motsco View Post

I would rather see any golfer be who they are vs any nfl or nba player.

I was thinking the same thing, just be your self. bubba to some is an idiot- well he's our idiot.

Yes an emotional out control train wreck, at other times he 's a fourth grader an yet at other times a caring adult for his family and the gift he has.

To me much better and more enjoyable to watch than arrogance and robotic attitude so common in professional sports.
post #23 of 45
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Even though I think the Beatles suck ass I still know all of them. Anyways, Bubba's a giant douchey baby.

Ummmm...

post #24 of 45
Thread Starter 
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Even though I think the Beatles suck ass I still know all of them. Anyways, Bubba's a giant douchey baby.

All you need is love @colin007 .  All you need is love. ;-)

post #25 of 45

Bubba's fine - he's just a bit ADD. Just as Keegan Bradley is OCD. But if Bubba comes back to the UK, he can cook on my barbecue. And Keegan can clean my house -they will both be good at that.

post #26 of 45
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Originally Posted by Mr. Desmond View Post

Ummmm...

What? Bubba's not a giant douchey baby? b2_tongue.gif

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All you need is love @colin007
 .  All you need is love. a2_wink.gif

See, that does nothing for me. Not to mention that the ObLaDi song is probably the worst song ever recorded.
post #27 of 45
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See, that does nothing for me. Not to mention that the ObLaDi song is probably the worst song ever recorded.

Yeah, but THIS was light years ahead of it's time.

post #28 of 45
I want to like The Beatles, but I really just don't enjoy their music very much; the constant circle jerk that every single classic rock radio station has with them doesn't help much, either. I can only assume Bubba's comments were in jest, though, since I don't think I know a single person who can't rattle off at least a couple.
post #29 of 45
I wonder how many Liverpool residents under the age of 35 can name the members of Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Grateful Dead, or The Doors. How about any 4 of the 13 total?

Just sayin'.......
post #30 of 45
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

I wonder how many Liverpool residents under the age of 35 can name the members of Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Grateful Dead, or The Doors. How about any 4 of the 13 total?

Just sayin'.......

 

umm...we're talking about the Beatles here. I like all those groups, in fact, when I was a teenager my two favorite bands were CCR and The Doors (I wore out Green River and The Soft Parade in 1969). But they really are second string when compared to the Beatles.

post #31 of 45
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

I wonder how many Liverpool residents under the age of 35 can name the members of Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Grateful Dead, or The Doors. How about any 4 of the 13 total?

Far better example than I was going to go with... I was debating between saying Pistol Annies or Florida Georgia Line. Both of whom I'd rather listen to than any band from Liverpool (there is a good band from Manchester that is sometimes confused with them though).

Point remains: Bubba is not a music historian. And that's what part of music the Beatles are important to: history. Land of the Lost was a part of TV history, but I'll change the channel if it's on. And if we want to talk about parts of TV history that aren't awful, I still won't be upset if someone from Europe doesn't know who Boss Hogg is.
post #32 of 45

cant blame Bubba, beatles are history.

 

It's like if you would ask a european tour player to know the brady bunch:-P

post #33 of 45

Bubba is, being charitable, snarky. I recall a question at this year's Masters where the interviewer prefaced his question with (paraphrasing), "Bubba you played poorly here last year..." and Bubba interrupted with (paraphrased), "Hey thanks for reminding me of that. At least I beat you."

 

Dude. Chill. They're reporters doing their job. Yours is to hit a ball and answer questions.

 

He just comes off as ungrateful & snotty when things don't go his way. 

post #34 of 45

Lol, all these dislikes for one man? Jeez! I can see Bubba's antics at times, but it's not that bad for me to really root against him tho.

 

At the end of the day, these guys are just regular humans who happen to be talented at golf. That's it. They are not that much different than the good/douchey people we see day to day.

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This says everything:

Lol @ "this says everything", I bet you'd like to be defined by one less than favorable moment in your life. #Chill 

post #35 of 45

As Feherty said, 'Hey, you hit it Bud.'

post #36 of 45
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cant blame Bubba, beatles are history.

It's like if you would ask a european tour player to know the brady bunch:-P

The Brady bunch came in Europe too...
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