Click on a label to read posts from that part of the world.
Mar 24th 2013 10:30AM I think the US should allow same sexmarriages, but outsource them to foreign countries.
Mar 5th 2013 2:22PM So maniacs can take their golf shivs back to the Middle East?
I hear Ahmed 'Panther' Awood is coming to the US to compete on the PGA tour, so carrying in clubs should be easier now for him. Since he is from the Middle East, he is elated that golf matches are sometimes settled in 'Sudden Death'.
Jun 20th 2010 7:59AM Two trick pony, Eldrick, reappears. Two trick as in golf and that other thing he loves to do. All the guys with their caps reversed yelling 'you da man' can get orgasmic for a few hours. Take a look at what you are cheering for, and think about who else might better deserve your adulation. The announcers gushed over Eldrick's 66, while minimalizing Dustin Johnson's same score, with highlight shots equal to or better than Woods (230 yard 6 iron into the green on 18, stunning wedge on the 7th hole that almost was an ace, etc.). Do we really need to see this Eldrick goof occupying the TV screen no matter what he does? Contrary to Jay Marrioti's prediction of doom, Dustin, not Eldrick is 'the man' this Sunday.
Jun 10th 2010 1:08PM Roenick just exemplifies what is different about hockey players from other would be athletes-lets say baseball as a really good comparison. He was tough, played hurt, had emotions every night he performed. Baseball players NEVER play hurt, no matter the 'injury'. In addition, hockey players are notoriously team oriented. Baseball players? Their orientation is the paycheck and their own way of expressing their 'talent', by scratching when at the plate or in the field. Lets never get into the comparison of hockey players and their inability to hit a baseball coming at them at 97mph. Try a puck in the face at 120 mph. If a fight broke out between baseball players and hockey players, you better side with the guys with the flat sticks.
Jun 5th 2010 8:30PM For a kid his age, he has a great knowledge of the golf swing. He's mainly a feel player, but also knows good swing position. The article in golf Magazine was a very good one to explain his theories of the swing. He'll be around for a long time, becuase he's not a swing robot, like lots of tour players now.
May 6th 2010 9:10PM Pam being ousted was depressing. Who we gonna ogle? Aint' gonna be Jiggly Parts Nash, too much 'parts'. Edita is gone. Cheryl Burke is not missing meals again. Okay, we still have Nicolle, and Erin Andrews, but nothing replaces Pam and her moon pointers.
May 5th 2010 1:10PM The issue should be the phony #1 ranking system of the PGA. Woods seems to work under a different formula by the PGA than any other player. His being propped up as #1 should not be based on a decade of past work, but what he has done in the last year. What has he done? Been on rehab, then been out of the tournament loop due to his lousy behaviour. How can the PGA continue to lie about their 'ranking' system, which is only a scam to prop up their long term meal ticket? I doubt that anyone but the PGA wonks understand the ranking system. regisruin
Mar 3rd 2010 9:59AM If, and that is a big if, John Daly can become competitive again, he will be the answer to 'who else but tiger?'.
Nov 23rd 2009 9:55PM Cutler? Uncoachable. Watch him on the sidelines after he throws another duck to the opponent. Where does he go? Away from any comments by the coaches. Bonehead. Arrogant. Loser. Disagree? Look at his record, and look at his 'performamce' in the red zone, Bears or Denver. lets just call him Mr. Picktober. He will work his way out of Chicago just as he did from Denver.
Announcer geniuses at NBC said Cutler needs to get out of the pocket and run away from the heat. Watch him throw across his body and hand another interception to the opponent.
Nov 13th 2009 3:15PM The Bears are victims of hype. Cutler is victim of having no brain, but large ego. He looks downfield all the time while mid and short range options occur. A homer hitter, or should we say, attempter. He is only 26, yes, but he's had several years as starter, with a 21-25 record, plus bad results in the Red Zone BEFORE coming to Chicago. I really believe Cutler is uncoachable. what does he care, he has $20 million more of the Bears money to throw around.