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Read on Wikipedia that Rickie had a Japanese grandparent and a Navaho grandparent. Very interesting. You may recall that Tiger Woods also has a mixed genetic heritage and he has done well.  You can see in Rickie's eyebrows the bushy and black Navaho hair genes.  Some call it 'hybrid vigor'.  Well, the golf we watch on TV is highly orchestrated but i hope Rickie gets the chance to 'make his people proud'.

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I was stunned and mystified by this post, until I remembered that Hybrid Vigor is an outstanding album by psychobilly star Webb Wilder

Now everything makes sense.

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Read on Wikipedia that Rickie had a Japanese grandparent and a Navaho grandparent. Very interesting. You may recall that Tiger Woods also has a mixed genetic heritage and he has done well.  You can see in Rickie's eyebrows the bushy and black Navaho hair genes.  Some call it 'hybrid vigor'.  Well, the golf we watch on TV is highly orchestrated but i hope Rickie gets the chance to 'make his people proud'.

Odd post indeed.

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Perhaps mod should move this to the Grill room. This kind of topic can get out of hand real fast.
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I'm Irish, German, Slovakian, and English. Can I be good at golf?


Apparently, you are an efficient, dramatic, conquering poet who drinks far too much beer...

Golfing? Too many cultural conflicts.

:-$

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The human race has been around a long time.  Most of us are some sort of mongrel (mixed blood).  Not sure if it is a blessing or bane.

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Apparently, you are an efficient, dramatic, conquering poet who drinks far too much beer... Golfing? Too many cultural conflicts. :-$

Lol. That sounds just like me! Well, maybe not the efficient, dramatic, and poetic parts. Too much drinking and bad golf though....check and check.

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