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Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
I know Tim Finchem and you, RonMon, are no Tim Finchem. Actually, I find policy to be quite stimulating. Random invented fact: Gene Simmons is the only human on whom Viagara works on the tongue.
01/21/08 @ 21:44
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Visitor] Email
How about this: Paint a big clown's face on the green of the 17th at Sawgrass (nowhere near the pin), and if a player gets it in the clown's mouth, they get an automatic bid into the "prestigious" FedEx Cup final, or whatever it's called.

BTW, doesn't Finchem working the FedEx Cup into
every other sentence sound a lot like Guliani mentioning
9/11 with every other breath?
01/21/08 @ 21:47
Comment from: Wendy (UK) [Visitor]
His blog reminds me of my (hypocritical)introduction to the (compulsory) biennial Employee Opinion Survey. At least Finchem isn't forced to present the results back Q by Q face to face ("How good a job do you think your immediate manager is doing?" always a firm favourite) nor to come up with and present the Action Plan in the same way. Oh, and there were always some smart illegimate offspring like you in the back row too.
01/22/08 @ 09:42
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Ahhh, Wolfie! I realize you communards have no clue how our capitalist society operates, but I'm pretty sure if the PGA paid Tiger enough, he'd write a WEEKLY blog. Or at least have one written that he 'endorses'. ;)
01/22/08 @ 18:24
Comment from: Andy Brown [Visitor]
Looks like there are not many takers for Mr Finchem’s Blog. I read a piece by Geoff Shackelford equally critical of the dull and dry manner in which this blog has been served up to the reader. If anything the Commissioner needs a Public Relations officer to help him understand that he needs a desperate Image makeover right away. He made the right start by saying hello and welcome to ’08 but completely spoilt it with the “ welcome to the second year of the FedEx Cup. In his defence no one expected him to tweak the rules even a bit in the face of unbearable criticism but thankfully he made some changes to appease the irate experts of the game and detractors of the FedEx Cup but he must stop trying to shove it down our systems and make us forcefully accept that it is a good concept. Let the event talk for itself. But nonetheless it is an attempt to reach out, it is an attempt to try and put his side forward but it would be better if he did a little more introspection, be frank and forthright and everyone will appreciate his attempt to reach out.
01/24/08 @ 03:47

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