Just like Osama bin Laden, U.S. golf dies every two years or so
Rumors that Osama bin Laden has died have been running rampant in the news the past few days. Reportedly the evil, bearded one fell dead from typhoid, or ennui, or something like that in the latest of his caves.
Osama bin Laden has basically become the Elvis of terrorists. Soon, there will be sightings of him pumping gas while dead in Des Moines. Plus, I hear bin Laden digs wearing leather and swiveling his hips. And loves peanut-butter and banana sandwiches. And popping pills like a mad man. And had a twin brother that died at birth named Jessie Garon. And can also bring tears to your eyes with a version of “Love me Tender.” Seriously, the similarities are mind blowing.
Anyway, the world may or may not be without its favorite demented cave dweller. But one thing is for certain: Every couple years we get more proof that U.S. golf is as dead as could be as far as international team competition.
And while President Bush has let the world know that he really could care less about bin Laden one way or another, it’s about time that U.S. pro golfers admit that they just don’t care about the Ryder Cup.
They don’t know where the effort in the Ryder Cup is. They have no idea and don’t really care. It’s not that important. It’s not their priority.
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Just because you're losing.
Laughed myself stupid over the Bin Laden stuff though. Just one correction: because of necessary budget cuts to fund the ongoing jihad on earth, the number of virgins has been cut to 50.
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