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Comment from: Kristen [Visitor]
And we can all look forward to another round of bloggers posting Wie headlines with her John Deere sponsors exepmtion to get all the same comments rolling in.
03/31/06 @ 10:30
Comment from: hc2 [Visitor]
Billy your are just another Chris Baldwin wannabe. Come on where is your originality brother?
03/31/06 @ 13:34
Comment from: Ken [Visitor]
hc2 (am I speaking with a robot?),

Wm W is not a Chris Baldwin wannabe, just read his other posts. Anyway he's the administrator here, so saying that is like saying Odin wants to be Hundig.

He's just stating a fact. When MIchelle wins there's going to be a mushroom cloud of Wie-jubilation. Statues of Frank DeFord will be toppled.

Things will get ugly when the Wie-warriors plant a golf club on Baldwin's head, like the U.S. Marines on Mt. Suribachi. (And I'm kinda looking forward to it...)
03/31/06 @ 14:58
Comment from: Norman [Visitor]

Chris Baldwin has spent quite a bit of time in the last while insulting Wie over her sparkly watch, and how she reacted when she was asked about it.

Well Chris Baldwin's own favour golfer, Paula Creamer did practically the same thing when asked about her Blackberry (personal organiser thing). She said "it's shiny" as she showed it, and the P on the back of it for Paula, and giggled. Just like Wie. She was just being a normal girl, just like Wie.

To add further insult to injury for Chris, Paula was asked about her rivalry with Annika. Paula stated that they were in 2 tournaments together this year and Annika beat her in Mexico, but Paula BEAT Annika when they played in Arizona. Yes, Paula actually said that she BEAT Annika in Arizona.

This claim by Paula backs up, us Wie Warriers, who have been rightly saying that when you place higher in a tournament than another player you have beaten them.

I am glad that Paula Creamer agrees with us Wie Warriers.

By the way, here is the web address for the Paula interview, because unlike Chris, I like to show the source of the claims:


Just click "Select Interviews Here" and scroll down to Wedneday and Paula Creamer's interview.
03/31/06 @ 17:01
Comment from: Liam [Visitor]
Norman looks like you are back. Guess your golf career has sputtered out again.
03/31/06 @ 22:42
Comment from: One-Putt [Visitor]
****Comment from: Ken [Visitor]
hc2 (am I speaking with a robot?),

Things will get ugly when the Wie-warriors plant a golf club on Baldwin's head, like the U.S. Marines on Mt. Suribachi. (And I'm kinda looking forward to it...)****

And.........it is such a large head we will have to clear the brush with a flame thrower and then set a charge to make a hole for the staff. Sempre Fi
03/31/06 @ 23:03
Comment from: Norman [Visitor]
Sorry Liam, it is only temporary.

I am at home all week for a very long scheduled family event, and so golf is only temporarily on the backboard.
And as regards the golf career, I am striking the ball better than ever before, and playing a fair bit, but my own serious season will be from May when the European Tour comes home, and I should be playing practically every week for quite a while.
04/01/06 @ 09:10
Comment from: Paul W [Visitor]
I don't know if the Wie fans will be come "unbearable" if she wins, but it's no mystery how the Wie bashers will behave if she doesn't - with their typical ridiculous, pointless, venomous, childish attacks.
04/01/06 @ 09:38
Comment from: tasha [Visitor]
What does being unbearable mean when it comes to supporting Michelle Wie? If she wins, then more power to her, and if she doesn't, does that mean that we will hear from the Wie Bashers going on and on and on? And what could you possibly say at this stage of her career?

It's a sad state of affairs when people can't celebrate someone's good fortune and hard work and the recognition that comes with such accomplishments. Each athletic career has varying stages of successes and failures and then the cream rises to the top. For those who bash Wie, either you are a frustrated mediocre athlete or a non athlete all together.

I don't see an inflated ego problem with Michelle or bad manners, profanity, crying jags, and who has heard her make a snide remark about her competitors? And if the Wie Warriors are unbearable, well, so what? There are far worse things to be unbearable about.

She goes to school, gets her straight A's at an exclusive private school, and plays golf on the LPGA tour--and has ambitions of going to Stanford. In what Universe is that a bad thing?
04/01/06 @ 22:58
Comment from: Judge Smails [Visitor]
Bubbles is a walking, talking, swinging marketing gimmick.
04/03/06 @ 03:42

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