anyone going stroke for stroke with john holmes is going to have a long day
I USED to play with a good friend of mine, (still is), who had to line up every putt, from both sides, even when it was a four footer on the flatest green in the world. Senseless ritual for weekend duffers is unacceptable, unless there’s real money on the line (there never was).
The worst part of this is that you KNOW there were assholes watching this and thinking “maybe if I took it really slow on the greens like that, I could putt better.” I gave up recreational golf years ago because so many jerks think they have to play like the pros and you can’t do a round in under six hours or so as…
You know JB Holmes totally drives slow in the left lane as well. A special level of hell should be reserved for people like JB Holmes.
Any drive-thru, in front of me:
“Cart Paths Only” is merely a suggestion.
I play polo-style from the golf cart without ever once stopping the cart completely. He knows nothing about slow play frustration.
He’s right about people in general, not just golfers. They don’t think ahead while in line. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been in a TSA security line and half the people walk up to the podium and only then start pulling out their ID and boarding pass. Or they don’t get out the credit card at the store until all…
The Royal Canadian Meownted Police?
Air it all out!
Yep. And also vodka
Man It’s a Hot One . . .
You would think some authentic Stanley Kubrick tapes would sell for more.
It’s mostly metaphorical, but occasionally you will see a towel get thrown. This fight ended between rounds, so they just told the ref that their fighter couldn’t continue and he stopped the fight. The entire reason people threw/throw towels into the ring was to get the ref’s attention while the action is still going…
Gabe, this is exactly why I’m not a professional fighter
Fun fact: The manager of that group, “The Freedom Kids”, sued Trump for not letting him sell CDs at that rally. Guess he didn’t know the rule about grifting on another grifter’s patch.
I still remember getting a Randall Terry mailer addressed to the previous occupant of my home, back when I first moved in. He was asking for money for some sort of research project in the Middle East, but he explained that there was a snag because the college he got his Doctorate of Divinity from wasn’t “accredited”…
Wild how people who refuse to acknowledge the existence of nuance in anything else can all of a sudden find the nuanced explanation for how textbook racism is actually good.