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Comment from: Sean [Visitor] Email
It's a bit sappy but funny at the same time, especially J.J. Henry.
2007-02-17 @ 20:32
Comment from: RonMon [Visitor] Email
There is no apostrophe in a possessive "its," only in a contracted "it is."

Now, on to the commercial...everything that mainstream America does is hokey...it's never edgy enough to satisfy all of us...edgy means that the young grudgingly admit that it is kind of stoke-worthy, while the middle and old hearken back to halcyon days of rebellion. The FedEx Cup is wax and cheese all around...however, check back with me in August, when I may be singing a different tune.
2007-02-18 @ 10:28
Comment from: Oui Oui Oui [Visitor] Email
Unfortunately, 'her' is not the top prize. It is more like a high-priced escort. In some quarters, 'she' will be called a skank given that 'she' is open for bidding every year.

The top prizes are the majors.
2007-02-20 @ 09:59
Comment from: Stacy [Visitor] Email
The top prizes may very well still be the majors, but tell me, who can resist $10 million?

Gee, I wonder if Tiger Woods could pull off a commercial like this?
2007-02-20 @ 10:43

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