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Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
There's nothing wrong with it having something to do with sex. And, yes, the correct word is "sex." The current use of "gender" was originated by a social engineer.
2007-01-14 @ 05:57
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
It would be nice if Michelle Wie would put her aspirations of playing against men in the ashcan of history, not for"a good while", but permanently.

But I fear we have no such luck. Just recently, the tournament director of the John Deere proudly announced that he was extending another sponsor's exemption to Double-wide.

He chided her skeptics for not realizing what a marvelous talent she is. So, Punter,get ready for another flop by Lard in July. Maybe you can set a line on her appearing.

I'll say this for her, she has chutzpah. But if she shows up at the Deere with BJ on the bag, I'll have to say she has more nerve than the guy who ate the first oyster.
2007-01-14 @ 09:20
Comment from: PGA Punter [Member] Email
Smails, thanks for your observation. GKC would have been proud I'm sure. But I'll stick with gender.
Alex, the John Deere director can say what he/she likes, but my money's on her not taking part.
2007-01-14 @ 12:55
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Punter,

Of course you will, you're a sheeple.
2007-01-14 @ 16:33
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
PGA Punter,

Before you bet the rent money on Lard not showing for the John Deere, there is ample precedent for her and her crew to ignore what would be judicious for normal folk.

Last summer, after her abysmal missed cut, last place finish at the Omega in Switzerland, I myself thought that she wouldn't have the nerve to show up at the 84 Lumber.

Of course, I was wrong. She not only was there with bells on, she repeated her bottom-of-the- barrel finish. Double-wide and her entourage don't know the meaning of propriety.
2007-01-14 @ 17:38
Comment from: PGA Punter [Member] Email
We'll see Alex. I think there's a bit of a tsunami building that will overwhelm the 'entourage' before the JD.
Judge, I wouldn't have expected such a woolly argument from a pedant.
2007-01-14 @ 19:54
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor] Email
Punter,

Really? I absolutely expected the reponse you disgorged.
2007-01-14 @ 21:23
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
PGA Punter,

The John Deere is six months away.

Sure, there are some words of caution being aired now, but memories are short.

By mid-July, that tsunami of which you speak will be a neap tide.

If the Rotund One finishes top ten in any LPGA event, she'll be back at the Deere.
2007-01-15 @ 07:47
Comment from: Oneunder [Visitor] Email
Then again that bitter pill may be exactly what is needed.
2007-01-15 @ 09:08
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Oneunder,

Am I correct in my interpretation of your posting? Do you really think that Lard's missing the cut by 14 strokes can be some sort of motivation?

If missing cuts by double digits would light a fire under someone, she would have been on the first page of the leaderboard at the Sony.
2007-01-15 @ 10:35

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