From: cja on 16 Mar 2007 09:59
On Mar 16, 9:50 am, "EdSmithers" <spirosdarlo...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> > Good for you, too. People on earth take my advice to gain from my
> > experience and wisdom. I do the same to take advantage of what others
> > have to offer. How arrogant, and perfect, are you that you can't learn
> > anything from anybody?
> "People on earth" take your advice?
Just a small joke on your "why on earth" question.
> I'm waiting for your wisdom to float into every corner of the globe.
> I'm imperfect in countless ways, and know enough about the world to
> know that anyone who thinks their advice is going to help someone
> else, has serious delusions.
Quite the pessimistic view of humanity.
From: EdSmithers on 16 Mar 2007 10:40
> I guess then that attorneys, doctors, teachers and especially
> preachers, should all seek psychological help.
> They would be seeking advice from someone delusional.
That's the first thing you've ever written on this newsgroup that I
If it's not in you, hoss, you can't get it from someone else.
From: Bobby Knight on 16 Mar 2007 10:43
On 16 Mar 2007 07:40:13 -0700, "EdSmithers" <spirosdarlotts(a)yahoo.com>
>> I guess then that attorneys, doctors, teachers and especially
>> preachers, should all seek psychological help.
>> They would be seeking advice from someone delusional.
>That's the first thing you've ever written on this newsgroup that I
Don't sweat it. Being consistently wrong doesn't make you a bad
>If it's not in you, hoss, you can't get it from someone else.
That's being consistent. Ever go to a golf pro?
"Someone likes every shot"!
From: EdSmithers on 16 Mar 2007 16:36
> EdSmithers, this is an ugly side of you we haven't seen here before,
> must've touched a nerve. You morbidly obese or worse got one of those
> circus fat lady wives?
Actually both, and we both have thick beards. No obese children
though, because bringing children into the crowded and dying planet is
irresponsible and arrogant.
PS: Dylan, like God and love, is dead.
From: EdSmithers on 16 Mar 2007 21:52
> it won't do a damn thing to
> help their golf swing THIS WEEKEND.
Any God that would allow Tiger to shoot 73 today, not quite as good as
immortals like Jeev Singh, Hunter Mahan, and Johnson Wagner, clearly
doesn't rule over a world worth saving.
So, golf all you want, golf while evil winds are blowing out there at
Bay Hill, where the ghost of Arnold Palmer rips one last drive into a
fairway bunker, while us high-handicapper fatties try to swing around
our big bellies - despite the wise and healthful advice from
nincompoops here and on the tellyvision.
Because the endtimes are nigh. If Tiger is still chasing Stephen
Marino and Sean O'Hair this time tomorrow, I'd find a nice cool spot
to rest until the fires are over.
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