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Wow, I could fill a couple of pages easily. Forgive me for being influenced by recency but here goes: @billchao and @boogielicious for being solid all out citizens of TST. Both content and suppor

Thanks man!  I haven’t been playing golf much for one, and the other reason is I just kind of realized that wasting a bunch of time arguing with strangers on the internet isn’t all that fulfilling.

I'd like to give a shout out to @boogielicious and @ncates00 for providing feedback in my swing thread to try and help me improve. Also, shoutout to @Antneye for having great taste in hockey team

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9 minutes ago, iacas said:

And you've seen plenty with the big names in them, too. C'mon.

Absolutely, but there was a specific from someone that I was commenting on. Didn't do the quote breakdown though.

 

9 minutes ago, iacas said:

You're wrong, and let me tell you in obnoxious multi-quoting fashion why… 😉

Oh yeah. The only way we know how lol.

7 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Like anything, arguing takes practice.

I wasn't talking about my arguing "skills", just the fact that I don't get nearly as worked up as I used to.

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1 minute ago, Bonvivant said:

I wasn't talking about my arguing "skills", just the fact that I don't get nearly as worked up as I used to.

That's what I mean. It takes practice to remain calm. Kinda like golf.

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2 minutes ago, ChetlovesMer said:

Kinda like golf.

I've actually been blessed with calmness on the course when it came to my own game. Had to learn on the PoP side though. Waiting sucks.

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4 hours ago, RFKFREAK said:

I'd like to give a shout out to @boogielicious and @ncates00 for providing feedback in my swing thread to try and help me improve.

Also, shoutout to @Antneye for having great taste in hockey teams.

And one last shoutout to @Slice of Life, @ChetlovesMer, and @saevel25 who are super cool folks who I'm glad I got to meet in person and become friends with at the August outing.  

Thanks! I figured my golf swing knowledge would never help get me into this thread so it was going to take something like this.  Had you made the poker game you might have been also been able to thank me for donating money to you. 😂

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1 minute ago, Slice of Life said:

Almost everyone I've met from here has been cool. Even when they hit me with golf balls (@RFKFREAK)

Well, you did say "almost everyone."

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Special thank you to @sjduffers who set me straight on this thread. 

 

I totally misinterpreted something I heard on the radio and @sjduffersset me straight. I thank him for not calling me an idiot, but instead just kindly pointing out that I was in error. Thanks, for setting me straight. 

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@Carl3@Divot Master@RFKFREAK

You guys were truly a pleasure to play with at Deer Ridge.

I think @Carl3 even played well.

Thanks, @Divot Master for introducing us to your better half. 

@RFKFREAKLooking forward to the next time we can tee it up. 

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On 6/14/2021 at 7:13 AM, ChetlovesMer said:

@Carl3@Divot Master@RFKFREAK

You guys were truly a pleasure to play with at Deer Ridge.

I think @Carl3 even played well.

Thanks, @Divot Master for introducing us to your better half. 

@RFKFREAKLooking forward to the next time we can tee it up. 

Word, brother, was awesome playing and riding with you! 🙌

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