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rehmwa last won the day on August 16 2016

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  1. You need three things. a hammer, a nail, and a passing goose
  2. yup - I'm one of them. venting is good thing. glad we have places to do it. (Oh, I have 'better' things to do, but I like you people. And the 'better' things don't feed my lazy crapulence tendencies as well as posting with online buds.)
  3. It is a flu. of course - the Concord is an airplane. A Porsche is a car....... What we're tired of is people purposely misrepresenting this thing for various reasons: to continually and remorselessly and exhaustingly push their pro/anti/etc political agendas (I'm been done with the idiotic rationalization by the fringers to push their shit - this is just a continuation of that - can't expect them to put on hold their sole reason for living the life of total assholiness) to satisfy their desire to under or overstate the situation to blissfully soak in a combination of optimism and ignorance to do what they want instead of what they should (did you guys actual LISTEN to the spring breaker interviews? what a product of today's attempts to brainwash the kids - total backfire - and totally predictable) so the grumble is about human nature be smart - keep your separation - wash your hands - stay nice to others - don't hoard shit other people might need too - don't be assholes. Stop proclaiming what OTHERS should do - just be an example and walk the walk. For me - it's just too much talking. (like my post here). Not enough doing. again, be an example, not a preacher it's not rocket surgery oh - and any time ANYONE quotes numbers - make sure to review your statistics textbooks about sampling, causation, correlation, test patterns, etc. Journalists are NOT known for their mathematical rigor.
  4. A quick search illuminates: Loft, upper space within a building, or a large undivided space in a building used principally for storage in business or industry.
  5. Frankly, I don't like sharing a cart. This could be the upside of ZombieApocalypse/SkyNET and it's totally ruined the 'getting acquainted' ritual of swapping iron covers on the 1st tee That will NOT make the right (and, oh so satisfying) sound. No sir. So sir ree Bob.
  6. It's getting warmer and I'm working from home, so my schedule is more flexible. 2 courses in the area are now open (maybe a couple more). I wonder if this might combine to me playing more - on nearly empty courses. That's my happy place. You know those are not mutually exclusive......
  7. See? there's the problem right there......The level of boredom and irrelevance will serious damage your grey matter I think there's a medication for that
  8. Oh - the TV isn't that boring - usually just a bottle at home keeps me watching it. 1 - I don't know how ticket sales are apportioned. Will this be a burden (lack of expected revenue) at the host venues? Definitely a bust for the concessions support businesses.... 2 - probably will be a better TV event....hard to tell 3 - pretty elite experience for the volunteers, this is the time to help out 4 - No more shouters....yay
  9. your friend makes me chuckle so if he wants to hit "HIS" swing. then make him aim way left and swing away
  10. Gives a whole new meaning to "get your lips off my golf ball" affect me golfwise? we have a trip to Kauai planned and I want to play one day. So if that trip is cancelled, then I'd be affected in golf... I had a work trip to Asia cancelled and one of the guys was going to take me golfing on the weekend - so that's one If the clubhouse runs out of toilet paper...well then yes also
  11. How about yelling nothing and not being an ass? just a thought
  12. You guys are a bunch of scientists. I'm still at the 'fitting' being a reduction in the percentage of shanks.....
  13. minimalist golfer - driver, 3 wedges, putter, and an orange whip great points
  14. I don't much care about dress codes (official or unofficial) when people are getting weird about 'image' or 'tradition'. But I tend to have issues with attire that clearly impacts performance - (i.e., baggy outfits on 'speed' snowboarders is the biggest joke where speed matters but they wear draggy clothes because that's the image - it's senseless, to a lesser extent tennis players wearing jewelry that flops around, rings on hand sports (bowling, golfing, racket/paddle game, etc) - pretty much anything that interferes with the natural motion of whatever sport is being discussed. IMO - swimming and downhill skiers, bicyclists, etc all seem to 'get it'....as do clowns 😄. Other sports seems to handcuff themselves for silly reasons. I find that professional swimwear migrated in a direction I'd have never conceived of....obvious today, but hindsight is what it is...so it's interesting.... That said - golf is mild enough so attire could span a wide range of comfort and performance preferences. Full swings - Pretty much anything that's comfortable, deals with the current weather, and offers a freely moving swing is good. Putting and short game....anything that clearly doesn't hang such that it inhibits the view or swing, or can hide an anchor.... I don't have an issue with hoodies, but i think functionally, it could be an unnecessary distraction, and it addresses weather conditions that is likely better served by more closely fitting attire. If I find something that just looks 'funny', well, that's my issue, regardless of who or how many agree with me or not. Shorts are one of those items - I can make a good case for shorts over pants, or pants over shorts - but it's subjective enough, that I'd leave it up to the individual. There are a lot of really great fabrics out there that could swing the discussion either way, at any time....
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