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Comment from: Derek from Canada [Visitor]
"The only men's event Wie qualified for was the SK Telecom Open...a third world event. Come on, let's be serious, she was at least a foot taller than the other guys in that tournament - five foot tall men with eight foot sticks."

You reveal your true racist tendencies with comments like this. Five years after that incredible performance art on 9/11--now that was compelling TV--dense Americans still have no idea why the rest of the world would like to blow you up real good. Your country has so much potential... Something has to be done with the unfettered breeding by the ignorant masses. Please use birth control. And if it's too late, then have the courage to buy a gun and do it when they're asleep.
2006-09-08 @ 16:41
Comment from: T-Bone [Visitor]
Derek, easy, we could bomb you next, you keep up that kind of talk, eh?
2006-09-08 @ 17:14
Comment from: T-Bone [Visitor]
Go drink another Hamm's and feed your pet moose, you Canuck dimwit. Let's get together real soon and I'll show you some "performance art," you psych-job.
2006-09-08 @ 17:17
Comment from: TW [Visitor]
Let's see:

Michelle can't join the LPGA for a little over a year from now, but she is playing in the max tournaments allowed. But when she plays she draews the largest crowds. To join would require a special exemption, but that would be showing special favor. Also she would have to drop out of school to meet the tournament requirements. That means she isn't living her teen years.

She doesn't have any effect on anyones standings in the LPGA (not a member) but would be 15th on the money list if she was and has only played in 5 LPGA tournaments. (Note Natalie Gulbis has been on the LPGA tour for 4 years and has never won, but is considered a very competive LPGA golfer, but nobody jumps on her in the media when she doesn't win and she is 6 years older)

As far as the PGA, she plays where she gets a sponser's execption. Who gave it to her? MEN, the ones wanting to make money off of her popularity. Also the crowds are bigger at the ones she plays in on the 1st 2 days even if she doesn't make the cut.

As far as the PGA Tour. At the present time since there are so few MEN capable and also intimidated by Tiger to be competitive, I don't think there is a huge viewing audience when Tiger isn't playing.

As to the European Tour or any other International tour, I doubt if Americans even pay any attention except if one of their players happens to be competitive on the PGA tour.
so I think she may have given them a little more exposure to the American public by playing even if she did play badly.

My point is why does everyone expect so much out of a 16 year old and is so malicious with their comments if she doesn't meet the expections. It can only be that people think she is being paid to much money for the current results.

My feeling: Get real people, it is the current American way in sports and business and we, as the paying public, pay for it and as long as we do and don't stop it from happening, it will continue.

So why not get off Michelle's A** and just let her play in the Tournaments she is allowed to play in and let her learn.

Yes, I know some are going to say she should be playing in the Amateur circuit and learn, but that isn't the way she wants to learn, so let it lay. She has chosen a different path, so for better or worst it is her chose and not yours. I see a lot of golfers that were good as an amateur and can't cut it as a Pro, so who can say her way is wrong. To my knowledge no one has ever done it her way man or woman.

I just don't think she deserves all the bashing she gets on these blogs. I don't see any of you bash anyone, man or woman, like you do her.
2006-09-08 @ 17:21
Comment from: Randy Hebert [Visitor]
I think Michelle is fixing to learn what it is like to have the media turn on you. Personally her trying to play with the men doesn't bother me, it's the comments she makes along the way. She has clearly demonstrated she doesn't have the game to compete there yet we hear things like: " It is totally possible for me to make the Ryder Cup someday" , : My goal is to play full time on the PGA", " I want to play in the Masters" etc etc. And how she never owns up to her own poor performance. She plays horrible and yet you hear her telling how solidly she played. That one makes me laugh every time she says it. And the comment you metioned in your blog she made about learning on the womens tour shows that humbleness and humility are two of lifes lessons she hasn't began to learn. Tiger, who has more right to be arrogant and cocky than anyone, has much respect for the games history and his place in the game, and for his competitors. He has accomplished far more than the overhyped Michelle ever will.

Now she will find out what is like to go from media darling to being roundly second guessed in print and on television. i think it will start tonight on the Sprint Post Game Show on the Golf Channel. Should be interesting their take on this latest fiasco, since the Golf Channel has been one of the most ardent supporters of her. And you will see criticism in the press before the 84 Lumber you haven't seen before. And if she bombs there too, and she probably will given it is a much more difficult course than the one she just played, the free pass with media will be officially over. Then all the hype will be officially over as far as the media is concerned and she will have to find a way to have success as a professional golfer to merit the sponsors staying with her past her current contracts. She will never have any success on the PGA. Doesn't take a rocket scientest to see that. Her game doesn't translate well to the mens game. She goes from being one of the longer hitters on the womens tour to one of the shortest on the mens tour. That puts so much pressure on her short game, which is just average at best for a professional golfer. Her scoring average in LPGA stroke play events would place her 5th. Her scoring average in Mens events is abyssmal. Annika was given much respect for her lone attempt on the mens tour, Vijay Singh aside. She had already earned her place as the #1 Womens Golfer. And after a decent performance but failing to make the cut she decided against trying again. But she learned much from the experience and went on to perhaps her greatest stretch of LPGA play soon after. From her comments before and after mens events Michelle has learned precious little. Their are more ways to get to the top professional tours now. But the golfers like Tiger, Nancy Lopez, Karrie Webb, Paula Creamer who had success as rookies are few and far between. The Morgan Pressels of the world are finding it a major jump from AJGA to the LPGA. It is usually after 3 or 4 years on one of the pro tours that a person starts realizing their potential. Christie Kerr and Lorena Ochoa are two examples I can think of right away who are 20 something, had stellar amateur careers, and took awhile to find that consistency. Lorena was a well decorated amateur who went on to college and won another 12 times there, including 8 tournaments in a row in what was her junior and final season. Yet it is this year, her 4th year on tour that she finally has reached a level of play to be considered one of the elite women players. I doubt that they will, but one would hope that Michelle and her parents, who no doubt direct her career, would do an honest and humble assesment. She took the money so playing as an amateur, in college or not, is no longer an option. But 10 million should be enough to set any family up for life. What she should do is try to get herself to the top of the womens game first, play select mens events then, and see where her game stacks up. Forget about the hype and the hype-driven statements. Or else the only history we may see is how not to handle a golf prodigy.
2006-09-08 @ 18:04
Comment from: Banana Boat Bill [Visitor]
Amen Randy,
good post :)

A child's behavior is almost a direct view of those surrounding them. We hope that at least Michelle's parents still retain some influence over her, and not just the sponors.

so BJ, if you're out there, listen up.

You, Michelle, and team Wie DID NOT invent Golf.

You didn't innovate it, you haven't even mastered it.

Golf has been around long before you,

And Golf will be just fine after you leave.

You better learn to respect the game.

Respect it and all those around it;

All those participating in it;

And all those who call it a job.

Modesty and Humility are not words generally associated with team Wie.

But you better learn it fast.

And read the rule book, learn it by heart.

Because I'll tell you one thing:

If Michelle were to suddenly stop playing golf, the world will go on.

There will be other prodigies... other teenage sensations.

Michelle is NOT God's gift to golf.
2006-09-09 @ 06:36
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor]
I watched Michelle Wie pout during round 2 of the Omega Masters. She looked as if she was about to cry. She cannot handle the immense pressure that is being placed upon her by her father and those who have invested in her.

Each men's event comes with an excuse. The last event Michelle complained of heat exhaustion and this one she complained about the high altitudes and the difficulty of the course.

It is imperative that she take on easier challenges before she continues along her current path lest she burn out by the time she's 21.
2006-09-09 @ 09:02
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Stacy, During her post-round interview, Michelle'swollen and blood shot eyes were evidence that she had just finished having a good cry. That scene was truly pitiful. If her father and mother and her other handlers can't see what they are doing to this kid's confidence and self-esteem, they are either supremely dense or money hungry beyond belief. Subjecting her to more of the same humiliation at the 84 Lumber will be unconscionable. The adults masterminding her career should show some compassion and withdraw her from the 84 Lumber. The course is simply too difficult for her. Another such debacle like the Omega might be more than such a fragile teenager can take. She has the potential for a solid career on the LPGA tour. She'll have plenty of fans, fame, and fortune if she is permitted to grow and develop normally. But it just may be too late for anything normal in the life of Michelle Wie.
2006-09-09 @ 09:43
Comment from: George [Visitor]
Michelle Wie has some boorish parents. Both BJ and his wife need to be taken behind the woodshed and spanked within an inch of their lives. Michelle does not have a PGA game and never will. She's good but she is not even close to being the best female player. Yet her parents allow her to compete in events that have now led to the point where she is percieved as a joke. Furthermore, she is in the process allienating the women on the LPGA tour where she acts as if shes to good for them and the men on the PGA tour wondering why she is even allowed to play as she continually embarrasses herself. No 16 year old she be exposed to this type of high profile failure day in day out. So severe butt whoopings to the Wie's for being embiciles.
2006-09-09 @ 10:20
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Derek, you little leftist twit, if it weren't for the US, you'd be saying "Sieg heil" or "Yes, sir, commissar!" right now. Moreover, you can recommend that we go obtain a gun because in our nation one still has the freedom to bear arms, a liberty your little socialist backwater has largely lost.

Now, go to work, boy. You have those confiscatory taxes to pay!
2006-09-09 @ 13:44
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor]
STACY

If you think Michelle Wie isn't tearomg up women's golf on the LPGA Tour take a look at her world ranking. She is ranked 7th, even though for her they use a divisor of 35 even though she has only played in 16 events during the 2 years. If you think Michelle Wie should play on the Future's Tour for a weeks, what about all the women who are ranked behind her including winless players like Soheim Cupper Nalalie Gulbis. You ask why she doesn't feel it is important to play against seasoned players of both genders--when she specifically states that she does consider it to be important to play against both genders. Oh and let us not forget that Wie did want to play in more LPGA events this year than the allowable maximum, and it was the LPGA which refused to allow her to do so.
2006-09-09 @ 14:49
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Jim C, I'm glad that you're still with us and that you've emerged from hiding. Are you beginning to agree that Michelle's parents, agents, and handlers may have bit off more than she can chew? Remember, the field at the Omega was really comparatively weak, since it included only 26 golfers ranked in the top 200 worldwide, and only one, Sergio, ranked in the top 50. The course was also relatively short at 6857 yards. The weather was ideal and she reportedly had good practice rounds. Still, all facets of her game were substandard despite the post-round hubris in her interviews. If she in fact does tee it up at the 84 Lumber, she will be going up against a much tougher field on a course that is infinitely more challenging than that at the Omega. To say nothing of being about 700 yards longer. In my opinion and that of several golfing experts, Michelle's parents and handlers should gracefully withdraw her from next weeks tournament. Will BJ and Bo have the good sense to do what's right for their only child? Don't hold your breath.
2006-09-09 @ 15:43
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor]
What is the obsession with humility? What successful professional athlete, or celebrity for that matter, can be accused of an intimate knowledge of humility? Get off this "humble" train, Wie Whackers! Other arguments may be sustained, but not this one. Arrogance is everywhere in pro sports. When you're the last one left to believe in yourself, you have to develop such an attitude as Wie displays.
2006-09-09 @ 17:02
Comment from: JR [Visitor]
Jim C... on Jennifer Mario's blog, you stated that MW would never petition the LPGA for membership...yet here you say that they wouldnt let her play more events. So, can we infer that if MW REALLY WANTED TO PLAY THE LPGA, she would petition... very interesting....
2006-09-09 @ 18:03
Comment from: Danny K [Visitor]
Have to agree with fellow blogger, Jennifer Mario. The commments, "The only men's event Wie qualified for was the SK Telecom Open...a third world event. Come on, let's be serious, she was at least a foot taller than the other guys in that tournament - five foot tall men with eight foot sticks." was definitely racist. Saying that the best golfers of Japan, Korea, India, etc are not much competition reveal ignorance and contempt. Shame on you.
2006-09-09 @ 18:37
Comment from: JR [Visitor]
Danny K... there's that catch all phrase again that folks throw out anytime that they cant make an argument...you know.... "racist"..... The asian tours are considered by many to be 3rd tier and many places in SE Asia are 3rd world. MW does tower above your average asian male... average US males too.... since when does making an observation immediately become racist??? Sorry bout the non-golf talk....
2006-09-09 @ 19:13
Comment from: Danny K [Visitor]
"Danny K... there's that catch all phrase again that folks throw out anytime that they cant make an argument...you know.... "racist"..... The asian tours are considered by many to be 3rd tier and many places in SE Asia are 3rd world. MW does tower above your average asian male... average US males too.... since when does making an observation immediately become racist??? Sorry bout the non-golf talk....
2006-09-09 @ 19:13"

All I can say that you are very casual about a very obviously contemptuous comment about the Asian race. "Five foot tall men with eight foot sticks." Now shame on YOU!
2006-09-09 @ 19:33
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
JR is right, Danny, and you are wrong. You take umbrage at such a colorful turn of a phrase because you've been imbued with political correctness. I'll have none of it and I hope JR is equally intolerant of PC intolerance. JR, don't be cowed.
2006-09-09 @ 22:43
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Danny K, If it will make you happy, change it to" five foot six inches tall men."
2006-09-10 @ 08:20
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
How about "Midgets wielding stilts"?
2006-09-10 @ 12:55
Comment from: Fairplay [Visitor]
These writers should be dismissed from their positions for their racist comments. At the very least an apology is deserved. A "third world" event? "five foot tall men with eight foot sticks" ? This is unbelievable. And no, I'm not Asian.
2006-09-10 @ 16:17
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Well, I did see some little Chinaman who I thought was pole vaulting. It turned out he just had a 46 inch driver.
2006-09-10 @ 18:59
Comment from: Ms. Gross [Visitor]
Ms.Jennifer Mario is a hypocrite who also has put words into other people mouths. How dare she extort money from a 16-year old by writing a "book" about her? The girl is not a champion, and has not won awards. Additionally, she is the exception in height to the Asian population, in general. I am a dancer, 5'3-1/2" short. My Asian dance partners are about my height and we do well together. The Solomons happen to know a lot about Asian culture, based on attending schools with them, living with them... and oh... my goodness... if you were not intelligent enough to know... Israelis (and most Jews) are considered Asians.
Now, a little about competition... As a dancesport competitor, my coaches initially entered me in competitions against older, or shorter, or less well built competitors, so that I might have the chance to win. I have since competed and won against those more on my level. The Solomons were being direct. Wie entered into a competition where she thought she was physically less challenged, and where she would most likely attract an audience -- from Asian supporters. If I knew of a competition where there were mostly people of my heritage watching, I too, would compete.

I resent Ms. Mario's additional comments concerning Asians re: "how they have slanty eyes and talk funny?" The Solomons would not write such things because they are not like that. I have almond shaped eyes. I am short. My partners are Asian, Black (not all African descent), White ("Cauc"-Asian), and Latin... I know them better than anyone.

Perhaps, Ms. Mario needs to re-consider her comments, mind her p's and q's (pints and quarts), as I think that is what she was doing too much of when she wrote her diatribe. I expect an apology from her concerning her nasty comments about shape of eyes and speech in the Asian community.

Anyway, perhaps Ms. Mario should consider changing the sport she writes about if teenagers are her target... There is a new tennis champion... 8-)
2006-09-10 @ 19:34
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Judge Smails, What in the hell is happening to this site? Could it be the full moon? On second thought, there is a certain amount of comedy in this nonsense.
2006-09-10 @ 20:04
Comment from: Ghet Rheel [Visitor]
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
"Well, I did see some little Chinaman who I thought was pole vaulting. It turned out he just had a 46 inch driver."

Alex
The comment from Smails [just above] seems OK by your set of standards? It is an ethnic slur by mine. In your last comment, Alex, you seem to seek Smails' counsel... whatever for?
2006-09-10 @ 20:22
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
After Michelle's latest debacle, the Wie Warriors went into seclusion and licked their wounds fo a few days. Now, they seem to have regrouped and are again mouthing their convoluted non sequiturs. Ghet Rheel, just about everything is objectionable to PC devotees like yourself. Judge Smails and I are in the top echelon of Astroturf Central. It is our mission to irritate guys like you to the maximum allowed by our guidelines. As for myself, I don't see anything wrong with Chinamen. They make good gardeners and handymen. Everyone should have at least one.
2006-09-10 @ 21:27
Comment from: Ghet Rheel [Visitor]
Alex's stripes show through. Please don't ever again give me your horsecrap about not being a bigot.
2006-09-10 @ 21:45
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Alex,

Let's give credit where credit is due. Chinamen make great dry cleaners as well.

As to why this site has degenerated: I suspect that the Wiemen have neglected to don their tin foil hats as of late.
2006-09-11 @ 00:21
Comment from: Ghet Rheel [Visitor]
Stacy and Barry,
How do you like your new best friends - Alex and Smails (and their racist rantings).

C'mon S & B, do the right thing, apologize and move on.
2006-09-11 @ 01:22
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Judge Smails, It seems that our pal Ghet has a sense of humor that matches his knowledge of the physiological differences between men and women. Well, as my dad used to say, everybody can't be wealthy OR intelligent Ghet would have us believe that he is the essence of tolerance and urbanity, when in fact he is neither. His obvious indoctrination into political correctness has dimmed whatever common sense he may have had. Now he thinks that I have an aversion to Chinamen. Nothing could be further from the truth. I am well aware of all the inventions that Chinamen have given to the modern world. For instance, they developed fireworks and the Chinese water torture. Some of their social achievements have been the forced abortions of unborn babies after one in a family, and the systematic killing of all pet dogs in China. Their methods of dealing with dissent was proven to be quite effective at Tianamen Square. And , of course, they did introduce the widespread use of dangerous narcotics to the Western world. In addition to those accomplishments, there is a Chinaman running a carryout down at the corner who makes a helluva good Moo Goo Gai Pan.
2006-09-11 @ 08:27
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Alex,

Yes, as Marco Polo discovered, Chinamen certainly have their virtues. And you're absolutely right about their effective methods for handling dissent; they sure know how to secure domestic tranquility.

Anyway, no one is going to make me feel insecure about my charity for the yellow race. Heck, their women have always found me alluring and I have dated more than one in the past. And I just loved Hop Sing on "Bonanza."
2006-09-11 @ 12:02
Comment from: Kimo [Visitor]
As I've said before, Michelle Wie is about more than just golf. She's captured the imaginations of the people worldwide who would otherwise have little or no interest in the sport. She's a symbol, an icon of what can be, of what's beyond the reach of our collective consciousness. When we can't see or touch, define or explain that which we long for, we dream, pretend, and create images in the form of heroes or ideals. But when a person comes along, living and breathing, embodying this longing, this longing to transcend the limits of our knowing and being, we recognize her or him instantly even when we don't have the words to explain our understanding. And the result is hope, hope in the infinite perfectibility of human beings. People like Smails and Alex experience the same hope, but their reactions are different from most. Instead of feeling joy and amazement, they feel fear. Your guess is as good as mine, but it may simply be that they're afraid to hope. To disguise this fear, first, from themselves, and, second, from others, they taunt and jeer at the source of hope. Smails and Alex aren't alone in their fears. I think we all share some of that fear -- the gnawing fear that hope is dangerous because it can lead to the pain of failure. But when we give in to this fear, that's when the real fear begins.
2006-09-11 @ 21:09
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Kimo, That would be a good bit of sophistry at a junior high school graduation. To anyone with half a brain, your post is a joke, and not a very funny joke. Kimo, if bullshit were music , you'd be the New York Philharmonic.
2006-09-11 @ 21:24
Comment from: Bubbaboo [Visitor]
Kimo you dumb fuck. Go smoke dope.
2006-09-11 @ 23:03
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Okay, Alex, Kimo's philosophical musings about the human condition just have to vault him into first place in the Alan Cup standings. He actually had me laughing, I must say. I'm not quite sure who in this very flawed world would embody what he was trying to describe, but if we identify such an individual we should appoint him King of the Earth posthaste.

Oh, Kimo, ol' buddy ol' pal, the only one experiencing the fear of failure presently is Bubblicious herself. And, I might add, such frailty would go a lot further toward explaining her recent collapse than does the notion that she's "rebuilding." LOL.
2006-09-11 @ 23:16
Comment from: bad joke [Visitor]
Everyone, you gotta check out this webpage:

http://www.rjkoehler.com/?p=2753

It quotes BJ Wie saying to a Korean news agency 'Only thing American about Michelle Wie is her passport'

Here's part of the articlce:

Michelle Wie’s father Wie Byung-wook, a professor of transportation at the University of Hawaii, agreed to a telephone interview with the Chosun Ilbo on Thursday.
“I’m well aware there that some say, since Michelle Wie is an American why is she making such a fuss. But you know what, the only thing about her that’s American is her passport, she is “definitely” Korean.” The golfer’s favorite dish is “rice with pork Kimchi soup with extra tofu and toasted seaweed on the side.” Her mouth waters when she hears about Bossam (boiled pork) or steamed codfish, and Soondae (Korean sausage) and Deokbokki (broiled rice pasta with Korean chilli paste sauce). She may have been born in America but her first words were Korean, and she did not start learning English until after she was attending school.

And the message posts to this article are really interesting! I'm going through some major culture shock.

I think this is a website based in Korea, or at least it's for Korean culture enthusists. You can see some korean perspectice of the Wie's.

Posts #27-29, and 33 are interesting!

º_º
2006-09-11 @ 23:32
Comment from: Minseok Kim [Visitor]
bad joke,
I was wondering if someone was going to bring up the Marmot's Hole. I was if someone hadn't, but you beat me to it.

As for Kimo, if you want a symbol, look at Pak Seri. She hasn't been doing much in the past few years, but it's because of her success that there are 27+ Korean golfers competing and doing well on the LPGA Tour.
2006-09-13 @ 09:22
Comment from: Wie-ger [Visitor]
The Klan's meeting is in session. Some of you, don't be late. No, you don't need to take off your hood.
2006-09-13 @ 10:11
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Wie-ger,

You should wear a hood because then no one would be able to see the "666" and hammer and sickle that are tatooed on your forehead.
2006-09-13 @ 22:40
Comment from: Asians [Visitor]
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Danny K, If it will make you happy, change it to" five foot six inches tall men."
Permalink 2006-09-10 @ 08:20

Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
How about "Midgets wielding stilts"?
Permalink 2006-09-10 @ 12:55

Hey Asslex and Fudge Smells....how about Fudge Smells stop putting your stilt up Asslex.....hahahahhaha.....get a clue...Asians will rule the world......hahahah
2006-09-14 @ 01:32
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Asians,

I'm not concerned in the least. If an Asian country like China does achieve hegemony, no one will be more unhappy than you. Do you really want a maniacal, despotic regime that has no respect for human life to become the next great empire?

Be careful what you wish for, you just may get it. As for me, I'm far better prepared for any such eventuality than you will ever be.
2006-09-14 @ 05:48
Comment from: Minseok Kim [Visitor]
Blow it out your ear, Asians, I'm sure you'll be the first to start complaining when we all start having to carry around little red books again and when the Mao suit makes a comeback.
2006-09-14 @ 07:46
Comment from: Wie-ger [Visitor]
Michelle's Excellent Adventure is turning into a Nightmare on Elm's Street.

However, as we know, the Nightmare series turned into a franchise and made a boat load of money, while the Bill & Ted movies just went 'puff' after two releases.

Morale of the story: Whatever you do - good or bad, as long as it sells tickets, keep doing it. I think The Wie camp is pratising preceisely that.
2006-09-14 @ 09:43
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Minseok,

Thank you for a pithy and intelligent response. It's funny how ethnic patriotism blinds people to a point where they act in a fashion most contrary to their own best interests. It reminds me of all the "Americans" of Mexican descent who absolutely can't increase Mexican immigration enough to suit their tastes. And all they care about is that these foreigners look, talk and act like they do. But do they ever stop and think about what America will look like after being transformed into Mexico North?

Obviously, Asians was, at least to some degree, trying to get people's goat with his comments -- not that it would work on me. However, he's still naive enough to fail to understand the implications of something that he may find emotionally pleasing. And that, ladies and gentlemen, is why they're called "sheeple."
2006-09-14 @ 10:29
Comment from: Wie-ger [Visitor]
The Asians needs Americans and the Americans needs the Asians. The Americans need the cheap labour from China to ensure affordability to the people, technologies from Japan, and the combined market size to sell products into. The Asians needs technologies, sports & entertainment, and market size. They need each others mutually.

2006-09-14 @ 13:20
Comment from: Asians [Visitor]
Comment from: Minseok Kim [Visitor]
Blow it out your ear, Asians, I'm sure you'll be the first to start complaining when we all start having to carry around little red books again and when the Mao suit makes a comeback.

Minseok get you head out of Asslex or you'll start to be like Fudge Smell....Not all asians are Chinese.......What are you Minseok Kim....an asian want to be

Fudge Smell...your comment about asians are as backward as your in-breed relationship with your red-neck view in life and Michelle Wie....oh I forgot I you probably have a thing for little girl.
2006-09-14 @ 14:18
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Asians,

I like that pidgin English of yours.

2006-09-14 @ 15:58
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
I used to think that the Communists in China and Beijing in particular exercised excessive force in dealing with the dissidents in Tianeman Square. After reading(?) some of the drivel by Asians, Maybe they didn 't use enough force.
2006-09-14 @ 18:34
Comment from: Minseok Kim [Visitor]
Asians,
I'm Korean, actually.
2006-09-16 @ 02:54
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Asians,

If they ever resurrect the series "Bonanza," I strongly recommend that you audition for the role of "Hop Sing." You may have a career.
2006-09-16 @ 14:49

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