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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I bet you were thinking I wrote it! No capitals, however, so that gave it away. My money is on Daniel Lyons, who baffled the geek world as Fake Steve Jobs for a long time. Time to invent The Secret Diary Of Tiger Woods!
08/08/07 @ 10:07
Comment from: Kristen [Visitor] Email
Ron Mon, I saw that Tiger diary site. Sounds like you're letting the big cat out of the bag and taking credit for it. Don't worry, you're secret's safe with me.
08/08/07 @ 15:25
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
OMFG (oh my freaking god) there is a faketiger.com site. Thanks, Kristen. Anyway, looks like golf.com pulled the link to the deep throat of the pro tour from its front page. Probably thanks to wolf willrum.
08/08/07 @ 21:22
Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Member] Email
Yeah K. An anonymous source is the end of all journalism. Guess the country's much worse off because of Deep Throat, huh?

I'm actually surprised K. Usually you have more sense (when it's not something directly dealing with politics or middle initials) and a much better sense of humor.

Hopefully when RonMon agreed with you, you realized this one was a blunder. Sure there's not some heatstroke going on there?

08/09/07 @ 00:59
Comment from: William K. Wolfrum [Member] Email
Sorry Baldie, I'm just not like you and your ilk. You know, the "never take any responsibility for your actions" brigade.

And yeah, an anonymous golfer gleefully snarking on his colleagues is quite a bit like someone whistle-blowing on the federal government. Keen analogy.

I have no real problem with someone writing under some Cheap pseudonym on a third-rate golf site, but SI having some ham n' egger PGA Tour guy anonymously snipe on his pals is weak, plain and simple.

08/09/07 @ 07:09

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