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Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
I'm not sure France was a disappointing week for Michelle. She shot par for the first two rounds and in the 2nd she had her first under par round in nearly a year. Obviously the 84 was bad, put her final round was much better than that. I think she was able to take encouragement from what she did. It was by far her best performance since her injury.
2007-08-02 @ 12:59
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
correction, MW 6 off the lead. Unless somehow even par is two under. MW would likely have that math in her head given that there is a very fine line between 69 and something in the 80's. She'll miss the cut.
2007-08-02 @ 13:02
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email
How about the big "80" for Pressel today? No rude comments about that?
2007-08-02 @ 13:05
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Pressel has already proved herself as a player and a winner. MW hasn't despite the hype and millions. Soon MW will no longer have a chance to be the youngest to do this and the youngest to do that. To keep reading the press call MW a prodigy is ridiculous. Pressel is by far and away a more deserving young player to be called a prodigy (but even that would be ridiculous).
2007-08-02 @ 13:07
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email
Pressel's "win" was absolute fluke! She is still nothing but a whining cry baby who makes all women look bad. Yes she is ridiculous.
2007-08-02 @ 13:14
Comment from: ray [Visitor] Email
Michelle Wie is not even good enough to fluke a win. She is nothing special. At least Morgan doesn't make excuses every week. She'll own up to her bad play.
2007-08-02 @ 13:41
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
I do not agree that Pressel is a cry baby...but are you saying MW is not and does not make all women look bad? oooh i have heat stroke, oooh my wrist is sore, oooh i'm playing badly i must quit so that i don't record a score. C'mon otis, really. And how was Pressel's win a fluke? Her achievements include: 2002 round of 16, United States Girls' Junior Golf Championship 2002 Junior Solheim Cup Team 2004 quarterfinalist, United States Women's Amateur Golf Championship 2004 quarterfinalist, round of 16, United States Girls' Junior Golf Championship 2004 Won - North and South Women's Amateur Golf Championship 2005 Won - United States Women's Amateur Golf Championship (final 9-and-8 over Maru Martinez) 2005 2nd place - North and South Women's Amateur Golf Championship 2005 Girls AJGA Junior Player of the Year 2005 round of 16, United States Girls' Junior Golf Championship 2005 Junior Solheim Cup Team And she has a professional major to boot. Doesn't that actually make MW's only win of any significance (if you can call it that), what was it the public links something or other, more of a fluke given her career performance thus far?
2007-08-02 @ 13:45
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor] Email
Morgan has built a six stroke cushion between Michelle and herself.

2007-08-02 @ 13:50
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Good 1st round for Michelle Wie at the British Open. Well done. The Evian and British so far should be a good confidence boost for her. She might even contend at the Canadian Women's Open.
2007-08-02 @ 13:56
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email

Her win was a fluke, handed to her by Pettersen and the others who couldn't finish. As for the Junior golf wins, who cares?? Nobody really cares about that. Are you a relative of Miss Piggy? That would explain it.

Wie will recover from her injuries and play the way she did before. Maybe the press and people should just leave her alone for awhile. Perhaps then she wouldn't feel the need to make excuses.
2007-08-02 @ 14:08
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
So Karrie Webb fluked when MW couldn't finish. And all those others who won when MW couldn't finish were flukes too? Was Ogilvy a fluke to win the U.S. Open? Pressel finished, in the lowest score. She won, MW didn't even finish the second round. Isn't it the person with the lowest score over 4 rounds that wins. How is that person a fluke becuase another golfer scores higher, whether or not they were leading previously. That is like saying Gulbis fluked out last week when Inkster played +3 for the day. Did you just start following golf Otis?
2007-08-02 @ 14:14
Comment from: Joe R [Visitor] Email
Either you are a careless writer or you ignore the facts.

In the above you start by saying that MW is 4 off the lead at even par. You further mention Lorena Ochoa finished at 6 under. How can MW be 4 off the lead when she is clearly 6 off the lead?

If you are going to write about the Open please be accurate about what you report. Are there any qualifications to be a writer for Worldgolf or they hire just anyone?
2007-08-02 @ 14:15
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email
Ah, Smudge,

You must be a relative to get so upset about all this. Even Pressel was shocked to hear she won because she knew she didn't deserve it. It's not like she had a stellar round of -10 or something.

Bet she will miss the cut this weekend and will be sobbing in her Lucky Charms.

2007-08-02 @ 14:25
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Nope, i just found it funny that you woule post something so inane on a blog about MW's round that someone should be commenting on Pressel's round. To even compare the two is ridiculous. Pressel is a rising star, MW is a has been. My issue is the ridiculousness of seeing millions being given to the true whiny cry baby of women's golf MW who has not shown one bit of class, sportswomanship, ability to win, or credibility.
2007-08-02 @ 14:29
Comment from: Joe R [Visitor] Email
Otis.....Wie will recover from her injuries?????????? The phony wrist nonsense. Maybe she will not break par for another year. You wiebots are amazing another says France was not a disappointment. When a pro golfer shots 84 and 76 they should be very disappointed. Also try telling Nick Faldo his Masters win over Greg Norman was a fluke. That is the game of golf!!!!!

Smudge....you are right on, keep up the good posts. When it all said and done Morgan will have a better pro career than Bubbles who is the ultimate whiny person. Even I am embarassed for her post round interviews where she seems to always have to say she played well no matter the score. She allways has an excuse rather than simply say I had a bad day. Of course there is the fine line between shooting 69 and 81.
2007-08-02 @ 14:31
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email
Time will tell. Ms "Feisty" will be burnt out from all the stress of not being able to win again. Her rising star will crash and burn.
2007-08-02 @ 14:35
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Otis my friend, even if you are correct, don't you think its better to be burnt out after having won a major championship rather than being burnt out because you can't finish a tournament, can't make a cut, can't break par, can't hit a fairway......
2007-08-02 @ 14:43
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
Morgan Pressel is a great player--but did anyone read smudge's list of achievements?

He bragged about her 2005 round of 16 US Junior Girls, but neglected to mention that she finished tied for second in the 2005 US Women's Open. Oh, and if we are going to brag about a Round of 16 in US Junior Girls at age 17 for Pressel, what about a Round of 8 the same year at age 15 for Michelle in the US Pub Links against the men?
2007-08-02 @ 14:46
Comment from: ray [Visitor] Email
It's funny a Wie fan would make fun of another player who has won. That makes absolutely zero sense.
2007-08-02 @ 14:47
Comment from: smudge [Visitor] Email
OK Jim, list off Bubbles list of achievements. The point was made that Pressel is not a fluke or was that too much for you to get.
2007-08-02 @ 14:48
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Otis is correct that Morgan Pressel was handed that major. She posted a score 3 shots off the lead and then the leader threw it away. Morgan didn't have to go down 18 trying to make a putt to take the lead.

Please do not compare Morgan to Geoff Ogilvy. Ogilvy posted one shot behind Mickelson and Mickelson was playing an extremely difficult hole where bogey was a good score.

That's much different to what happened where Morgan just posted what looked like a decent top 5, until Pettersen gave it to her.
Morgan has not showed that she can make the putts even to post one off the lead, not to mind post the lead itself.
When she was in the last group at the US Open with Ochoa and Kerr she had a chance for vindication and didn't take it. In fact she played awful and looked like a kid with Kerr and Ochoa.
2007-08-02 @ 15:00
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email

Try 5 straight stroke play events on the LPGA last yearm never more than 2 shots behind in any of them. Try best avergae for 16 rounds on the LPGA Majors for any player last year.
2007-08-02 @ 15:02
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Also intriguing is the fact that Morgan has several high finishes this year on the LPGA tour, while Bubbles has a T69th, and 84th, and two WD's.

Yet a joker like Otis sees fit to denigrate her while extolling the virtues of Bubbles.

Truly nonsensical.
2007-08-02 @ 15:37
Comment from: Joe R [Visitor] Email
You Wiebot nitwits just don't get it. You create statistics that are meaningless to try and put Bubbles in a good light. Best average for 16 rounds?????? Do you think she or anyone would trade that for ONE win? No you probably don't because you just don't get it.

Does Tiger speak about trying to beat the record of Jack Nicklaus in Majors by finishing in the top 3 more than 46 times or having more than 19 2nd place finishes? NO he speaks about WINNING more than 18 Majors. Averages don't mean anything unless you are playing baseball.

What do you get if you have an average human being? Think about it and it is meaningless but it would be an average.

Professional GOLF is about wining.
2007-08-02 @ 15:43
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Concerning the severity of Bubbles' "injury", a mysterious malady that has never been descibed or documented, the Wiebots need to get real and honestly answer these questions:

Is it possible for a golfer with an injury so serious as to necessitate WD's in two recent events to shoot an even par round on a tough layout like St, Andrew's?

Is it possible for that same golfer to make a cut at even par at last week's Evian?
2007-08-02 @ 15:58
Comment from: Florida Mike [Visitor] Email
Michelle has had a bad year due to an injury. To put it in my daughter's words (who is their age) Michelle inspired her to play golf and she handles herself well both on and off the camera. Whenever Ms. Pressel comes on the camera, my daughter asks who the girl crying all the time is.
2007-08-02 @ 16:00
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email
Why do you know-it-alls feel you have the right to constantly question Wie's injury? Would she wear a cast just to placate you people? Not likely. Perhaps it's because she has grown quickly and is susceptible to injury. It's really none of anyone elses business, is it?
2007-08-02 @ 16:20
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
You make your bed you lie in it. If you are going to claim an injury, as a professional, for your bad results, and you are the "face" of the LPGA and the John Deere Classic, and you take millions from Sony and Nike, and you are the "role model" for kids like poor Florida Mike's daughter, and you snub the best woman player in history using it as an excuse, then yes it is the public's business.
2007-08-02 @ 16:39
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Otis and Florida Mike,

My right to ask questions about Bubbles' alleged "injury" is derived from the first ten amendments to the US constitution.

If you are unable to answer such simple questions, it's perfectly all right with me, I didn't really expect that you could.
2007-08-02 @ 16:46
Comment from: Stanley [Visitor] Email
Yes Michelle would be able to withdraw from events with an injury and still make a cut a month later.

Phil Mickelson had various wrist problems and came 2nd soon after.

Are you forgetting about Natalie Gulbis who had a very serious injury and withdrew from two events in a row and shortly after that won the Evian Masters.

So yes Alex it is possible for an injured player to come back and make a cut, it is even possible for an injured player like Natalie to win an event soon after.
2007-08-02 @ 16:54
Comment from: Jim C [Visitor] Email
When Michelle Wie wihdrew from the Ginn Tribute Annika was in the middle of her own round of golf. So Michelle Wie dealt with the situation without going out onto the course to interrupt Annika in the middle of her round. I would hardly call that a snub of Annika.

But unless there is an apology given to Michelle by Annika, then I think we can expect Michelle to avoid playing in future events hosted by Annika. As long as Annika thinks she has some special right to criticize Michelle when she plays in an event which Annika hosts then Michelle Wie should avoid playing in such events. Who knows, if Michelle Wie regains her form, events might not want to have Annika as a host if means Michelle Wie will not be in the field?
2007-08-02 @ 17:01
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
What you are missing Stanley is the sarcasm that Alex, myself, and others use in even mentioning MW having an injury. The actions of Mickelson and Gulbis demonstrated that they actually had an injury. For one, they told the world exactly what was wrong with them, and their plans for recovery which they actually underwent. Mickelson did not play the week after it happened. Gulbis had a period off as well, and both underwent treatment. What did MW do? First, never has disclosed what is actually wrong. First indications of an injury were, oh yes, when so far over par a 10 handicapper would be mopping the course with her. Then what did she do? Didn't go get an xray or mri, but went and pounded balls and then went and practised for the next week, where low and behold she dropped out of again. See no one in their right mind can possibliy believe MW has an injury or has been suffering one in the last few months. So when Alex questions her ability to make a cut after so recently coming off an injury, he doesn't actually think she had an injury.
2007-08-02 @ 17:07
Comment from: Otis [Visitor] Email

Get off your high horse. No ones cares what you think either. Seems you spend far too much time on these inane blogs.
2007-08-02 @ 17:08
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Jim C. I can only assume you are drunk.
2007-08-02 @ 17:08
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

The inanity of these blogs has been greatly exascerbated by your contributions.

But please continue, you are good for a lot of laughs.
2007-08-02 @ 17:25
Comment from: Joe R [Visitor] Email
Florida Mike

I would expect with that name you are from Florida. If your daughters are paying attention it is hard to believe they could live in Florida and not know about Morgan Pressel. Your words ring hollow and seem like they are only to try and make a sarcastic remark.
2007-08-02 @ 19:05
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
Hey Otis, she would most DEFINITELY wear a cast
for theatrical effect. No question about it.
2007-08-02 @ 19:23
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
Good morning Otis, Stanley and the other warriors. I assume MW's wrist is sore today. One of those "some bad days" for the "some days it's good some days it's bad" wrist saga. Oh woe is Wie. Or is it because she was dealt a bad tee time, or is it because the wind is right to left instead of left to right, or is it because the bottled water just doesn't taste the same as back home, or is it because she can't watch her favourite cartoons in the morning before her round???????????????? What excuse do you have this morning, please enlighten.
2007-08-03 @ 10:53
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
I see we have an Otis elevator amongst us -- it's a mechanism through which the mediocre can be elevated.

Wiebots, I have said this before, but Bubbles' "injury" is PSYCHOGENIC. What this means is that the pain is real, but it's induced by psychological/emotional factors and is, to put it in simple terms, a coping mechanism.

By the way, as I write this, the Bubbles is poised to miss the cut at the British. I would establish 79 as the over/under as far as what she'll shoot goes.
2007-08-03 @ 11:12
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Bubbles just triple-bogeyed the 13th, so it looks like my under/over prediction may not be accurate. No matter how much she lowers my estimation of her, she still manages to surprise me.

Is another WD in the offing?
2007-08-03 @ 11:41
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,

I hate to admit it, but our friend Bubbles is the gift that keeps on giving.

If some of the suckers like Stanley and Florida Mike hadn't swallowed the Wie hype so readily, what would we have to laugh about?

What new rationalizations will Big Stan come up with?

Stay tuned for the next chapter of Fancy Fables by Stanley and his cadre of Wiebots.
2007-08-03 @ 12:06
Comment from: smudge [Visitor]
i don't think we'll se a WD from MW. The 88 rule does not apply in this tourney...hahahahah
2007-08-03 @ 12:25
Comment from: Art [Visitor] Email
Since She did birdie the last hole will she say She is happy with that and will take that as a positive for the future. Forget the 80 score that she shot
2007-08-03 @ 13:18
Comment from: ray [Visitor] Email
I'll tell you the injury that Michelle Wie has. It's called 100 yard and in. She just isn't that good on or around the greens.
2007-08-03 @ 13:59
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email

She certainly is the gift that keeps on giving; that is, to everyone except her fans.

On another note, it looks like my under/over wasn't that far off the mark.

Well, anyway, it doesn't look like Bubbles will have to worry about golf interfering with her weekend social life at college.
2007-08-03 @ 17:17
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email
Judge Smails,

For some mysterious reason, Stanley has been silent concerning Bubbles latest caper.

Yesterday at this time, he was as giddy as a school girl over Bubbles' even par round and the possibility of a good finish.

I give Stanley and the other diehard Wie-wee's another 24 hours to lick their wounds and re-group. Then they'll be back with their comments, as inane and convoluted as ever.
2007-08-03 @ 18:43
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Actually Alex, it is highly amusing to watch you fools make complete asses of yourselves.
But jeez, don't let us slow you down.
Speaking of inane, the drivel on this particular blog reall is too funny.
I really do hope you are not as dumb as you sound?

Wow,really?!? You are? Muahahahaha.
Go back to what you were doing, Ali. I'm really enjoying your show.
2007-08-03 @ 20:35
Comment from: JR [Visitor] Email
putt4parr... this last comment here, along with your comments on another blog clearly shows that if you cannot win an argument, you result to insults.... that sounds so..... liberal. Say it ain't so.
2007-08-03 @ 21:05
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

putt-putt can't be held responsible.

I think it's some sort of chemical imbalance.
2007-08-03 @ 21:37
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Oh, you mean it sounds like Alex? Pity...
2007-08-04 @ 14:35
Comment from: Lance R [Visitor] Email

It looks like you are making even more friends on these other blogs also. The problem for you is that others are also figuring you out as I did earlier. JR's blog could not be any more accurate, all you do is insult when you are in disagreement and backed into a corner. When asked a question that you can not or do not want to answer, you accuse the questioner as being "asinine" and throw out insults. You do not have the brains or balls (your words, not mine) to make your own predictions, so you just critize other's predictions.

Our last round of posts was priceless. You sent out a semi-literate post castigating myself and one other for predicting Bubbles blow up in the second round after her well-played par round at the British. 12 hours after your post, she shot an 80, just as we predicted. We were correct once again, and you were dead wrong.... once again. So you defaulted back to the only defense you know....throw insults at everybody. Putt4par, sorry, but we all see right through you.
2007-08-04 @ 21:55
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email

Sometimes I think the Caknucklehead and Stanley are the same person; perhaps one individual but two personalities.

Anyway, with Ochoa running away with the pitty-pat golf tournament, it's more boring than ever. We should be thankful that the real pros are covered on CBS.
2007-08-04 @ 23:47
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
little twig, do you mean that i insult and ridicule and denigrate and so on like Alex and you and Judge and JR and the rest of you limp minded Trolls?

Wow, I could almost be a dumb a*hole american like you then.

Now, go bug someone else. If you haven't anything intelligent ( a gross impossibility for you I know) then take ff @ a rolling O.
2007-08-04 @ 23:59
Comment from: JR [Visitor] Email
putt4par... it is becoming increasingly clear that you rely on the good nature of others not to hold you accountable for the things that you say to them. I wonder what would happen if you say similar things to an individual who WILL hold you accountable. You might receive something like an attitude adjustment or a simple lesson in manners. But until this mythical event happens, we will just have to put up with you and your rantings. By the way, have a nice day.
2007-08-05 @ 11:26
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
JR, you and the other Alex-bots as one-putt calls them need to give your heads a collective shake.

Go back thru this particular series of posts and count how many of you bots have insulted, ridiculed and name-called in your posts. Then go back thru the past 7 days of posts and look at Alex posts. Do you recognize a trend that he ( and you Alex-bots ) set?

Yup, fast at the ridicule, very quick with the insults and light-speed with the name calling.As a matter of fact, Alex usual starting post in any blog is laced with insult, ridicule and or name calling. All the classic signs of a bully.

Then you have the nerve to bitch at me?

So, what is it you are trying to say, JR? Are you threatening me?

You want to teach me this lesson how? By beating on me or by me and others watching how you conduct yourselves here on these blogs?

Pleeeaaase... You ridicule yourself far more effectivly than I can.

You too have a nice day.
2007-08-05 @ 12:33
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Don't be too put off by putt4par's outburst.

I honestly don't think he can help himself at times.

If you'll notice, about half the time he is somewhat reasonable in his postings. He can be combative and controversial, but he at the same time will be lucid and even amusing.

At other times, however, he can be as vicious and insulting as a Cossack.

When he resorts to vulgarity and prurience, he is manifesting what can best be described as a sort of "Tourette's syndrome."

How he can display this syndrome in writing and on an internet message board is unique in my experience.

His most recent post here is a good example fo his refusal to recognize his sociopathic tendencies. I perused many of these blogs and he is the only one regularly spewing such viterperous invective.

He, of course, won't agree with a word of this, but that's to be expected. I'm sure that he'll feel like throwing out some more of his bombast.

That is a sign of Tourette's. Those afflicted with it seldom realize as much.

TS can be treated with medication which controls these violent spates of cursing and vulgarity. putt4par can certainly use all the help he can get.

2007-08-05 @ 15:56
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Nope, I just look at the source of the post, Alex.
That alone allows me to rest my case.

You have my sympathy in the case of all these medical maladies that you seem to be afflicted with.
I do hope that you will one day be cured and that the afflications that you suffer in your mind will one day be eased.
Until then, Alex, please continue to take your meds regularly. It would be such a shame if you were to do yourself harm.

Maybe once your problems with your mind are cleared up, you'll be able to comprehend your posts and those of your fellow Alex-bots.

Have a nice nap Alex.
2007-08-05 @ 16:44
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]

"I perused many of these blogs and he is the only one regularly spewing such viterperous invective."

Oh now that was priceless , Alex. One of the best laughs of the day. That's kind of like setting the fox loose in the hen house, now isn't it?

I firmly believe the check is in the mail also....NOT!

2007-08-05 @ 17:08
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

putt4par didn't disappoint.

Notice how he can't think up his own material, but repeats verbatim the words of someone with whom he thinks he is arguing.

Tourette's syndrome at its very essence.
2007-08-05 @ 17:33
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Alex, you over use that word verbatim and seem to have absolutely no idea as to its meaning. The way you use it, anyone using the english language replying to your inane drivel would be repeating you verbatim.

Silly old ass. BTW, ancient one, what's with you and the tourettes syndrome? Do you and all your family suffer from it? You keep babbling about it all the time. Is that why you have those nervous twitches and facial tics? ( I looked it up to see if your symptoms matched the disease. SURPRISE!! They do, lol)
Sad, very sad. You have my sympathy.
Ok, hop into bed and I'm sure the little woman will minister to you directly.
Night night you poor wee sod.
2007-08-05 @ 21:48
Comment from: New [Visitor] Email
Look Putt4par, you are coming across as immature, unintelligent, and pathetic. I'm not saying you ARE those things, just that your posts are portraying you that way. Stop trying to "get back" at Alex and the others and try to defend Wie. I say "try" because I don't believe you or anyone else can defend her. A lot of people, including myself, were suspicious of Wie's hype, from the beginning. Furthermore, we believed that both she and her parents were making bad decisions that would hurt her career. Now that we have been proven right by her terrible finishes, you don't want to admit that she made some big mistakes i.e. not playing the junior circuit and learning how to WIN! Why can't you just admit that she's playing badly because of poor decisions earlier in her career? Please do not use the wrist injury as an excuse, she was playing bad before that.
2007-08-06 @ 13:00
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Wow, another Alex-bot is born. Welcome to the arena.
What a wonderful little soliloquy.
I gather you are a Wie basher.
Unstead of bashing me, try to defend your own stance.

You have something to say about Michelle, say it, defed your opinion. Try to do it without the normal Alex style of ridicule, insult, demeaning trash talk etc. It would be so refreshing.
Obviously you don't like the muck being slung by me or Alex but you can't get past the rhetoric of being a Wie basher.

If you have nothing else to add to the blogs, go play elsewhere. Obviously you are an admirer of Alex and his stupidity. So be it. But unless you have something of worth to add, just stay out of it. You always have the option of looking and posting elsewhere.
2007-08-06 @ 13:35
Comment from: New [Visitor] Email
Putt4par, you need to re-read what I wrote. I was not trash talking you, insulting, ridiculing you, I was trying to help you understand that your comments read as pathetic attempts to make jabs at people who disagree with you. In my post I first gave you some advice, then proceeded to give my opinion on the subject, and finally asked a simple question that you did not answer. If you think Wie hasn't made mistakes by playing with the pros before consistently winning in the amateur circuit, that her game is great, etc... then why didn't you respond to my question by saying that and use some examples to qualify your position.
2007-08-06 @ 15:32
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Either you are really new or you are trlling under the "new" moniker.
Now, I have answered that question to death and you guys keep coming back and poking at it again and again, ad infinitum.
Do your homework, your research and comeback when you know whats going on.

Your advice is duly noted. As I said, go do your research, read all the posts by Alex, then come back to me and tell me again what your advice is. I can tell you right now though where you can place it.

As of now, you are on my ignore list of trolls and Alex-bots.
2007-08-06 @ 16:03
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Typo trlling=trolling.
2007-08-06 @ 16:04
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Oh Oh, putt4par is really angry with you.

Watch out before he hits you with his purse.

For a guy who says he is tired of reading posts contrary to his views, he sure posts a lot of retorts.

He doesn't give a direct answer to any questions because he can't.

Now let's see if p4p has what it takes to ignore the posts of his adversaries.

putt-putt used to accuse others of bigotry and being anti-Asian if they weren't enamored of Bubbles.

Now that he has admitted to being a homophobe and an anti-gay bigot, it will be interesting to see if he gets off his PC high horse
2007-08-06 @ 20:29
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Hello Alex, you cowardly little wimp. Back trolling again I see.
Semper Fi buddy. When you get big enough or brave enough to carry the jockstraps of any marine, let us know, eh!?
2007-08-06 @ 21:38
Comment from: Alex [Visitor] Email

Couldn't do it, could you, old pal.

Unlike you, I enjoy sparring on these blogs and I admit it.

Why don't you just admit that this is your main means of entertainment?

Alex USMC 1967-71
2007-08-06 @ 21:49
Comment from: Booger [Visitor] Email
putt4par = crazy monkey
2007-08-07 @ 07:41
Comment from: LR [Visitor] Email
Hmmm... all this pointless bantering. Let's just say both sides of the argument will never change their minds and Michelle Wie is the most talked about woman golfer today (as evidence by # of blogs and comments).
2007-08-07 @ 18:34
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Actually, between yesterday and today, if you did a survey I suspect Bonds and his latest homer have the most tongues wagging.
And with far wider acrimony. I mean, who really pays attention to womens golf compared to those boys of summer and the orb of horsehide?
Spaeking of his little orb of horsehide, I'm hearing rumors of half a mill being offered to the lucky bird that caught it.
2007-08-08 @ 17:00

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