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57 minutes ago, colin007 said:

Did I miss this thread the first time around? I can't stand him either. Mostly I think it's his face, his hair, and his clothes. 

So you’re OK with his shoes?

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No, Jack was boring.   He didn't offer anything on the current action that they were watching. I'm sure it was driving the production crew nuts. 

Been a fan of Paul Azinger ever since he gave the eulogy for Payne Stewart. He's new, but so far I think he's doing a decent job. You can't make everyone happy, and some people seem to live to find fa

Azinger reminds me of the stain in this commercial.  

1 hour ago, colin007 said:

Did I miss this thread the first time around? I can't stand him either. Mostly I think it's his face, his hair, and his clothes. 

He kinda looks like he could be Timothy Olyphant’s older brother. He kinda sounds like his character from “Justified”—Raylan Givens. 

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NBC's announcing to me is just old and stale. I wasn't crazy about Fox but at least they were throwing new spaghetti at the wall. NBC also needs to buy a new drone camera. So many more YT accounts have better drone cameras.

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I listen to him closely, and each other commentator, and they have a lot of good points they make. PA makes some inappropriate comments occasionally , but it's probably very difficult to be flawless. I would probably mute the TV based on commercials, and not the commentators. I can't stand TV commercials as they are geared towards low IQ individuals it seems.

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