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From: BAR on 20 Jul 2010 18:49
In article <wclark2-B14019.12320320072010(a)charm.magnus.acs.ohio-
state.edu>, wclark2(a)colnospamumbus.rr.com says...
> In article <MPG.26af590bdbe273b498a138(a)news.giganews.com>,
> BAR <screw(a)you.com> wrote:
> > In article <wclark2-2A6D08.22321219072010(a)charm.magnus.acs.ohio-
> > state.edu>, wclark2(a)colnospamumbus.rr.com says...
> > > > > Which is why the great UK links courses are mostly public. I don't think
> > > > > you quite get it.
> > > >
> > > > All the courses I referred to are public. Duh!
> > > >
> > > > -Greg
> > >
> > > Fine - why don't you try to walk on at Muirfield Village, or Oakmont,
> > > then?
> > You really are a sore loser aren't you Billy?
> "Losing" what, pray? Greg's minimal subset of Oregon courses does not
> compare with the Open rotation. In any way.
From: BAR on 20 Jul 2010 18:51
In article <ji4b46tadc1qd3meqq8k22l5gpnrsdr16n(a)4ax.com>,
> On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 08:02:08 -0400, William Clark
> <wclark2(a)colnospamumbus.rr.com> wrote:
> >In article <g63a465evlj4ktu0c42ndhh2hkhtvndlnn(a)4ax.com>,
> > bknight(a)conramp.net wrote:
> >> On Mon, 19 Jul 2010 22:37:15 -0400, William Clark
> >> <wclark2(a)colnospamumbus.rr.com> wrote:
> >> >How many of the greats say that St. Andrews is the favourite course os
> >> >all? The majority of them do.
> >> Only when asked at St. Andrews.
> >> BK
> >Oh, no! You are not implying that these heroes might play fast and loose
> >with the truth, are you? Heavens!
> Its called being nice to your host.
Billy doesn't understand that concept.
From: Howard Brazee on 20 Jul 2010 18:53
On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 06:58:09 -0500, bknight(a)conramp.net wrote:
>>Why is the Queen of England your head of state?
> Do you think that the Queen of England governs either England or
>Canada? Buy a dictionary. Look up the word "figurehead", or have
>someone do it for you.
She doesn't govern, she's the head of state. There are some
advantages in having someone head of state and someone else head of
the government. Whether it's worth the cost is another question.
"In no part of the constitution is more wisdom to be found,
than in the clause which confides the question of war or peace
to the legislature, and not to the executive department."
- James Madison
From: dugjustdug on 20 Jul 2010 19:42
On Jul 20, 11:44 am, Paul Schmitz-Josten <aloss...(a)web.de> wrote:
> Coming to Scotland, you might enjoy playing courses with real sheep through
> the green. On some, the greens are protected by electric wire to keep them
> off ;->
Why, that would be Brora! T'was a lovely little track! Quite hilly,
too, by links standards, but, what a blast to play.
From: BAR on 20 Jul 2010 19:43
In article <4c462636$0$4839$9a6e19ea(a)unlimited.newshosting.com>,
> On Tue, 20 Jul 2010 07:48:11 -0400, BAR wrote:
> > In article <4c451d40$0$4859$9a6e19ea(a)unlimited.newshosting.com>,
> > nobrac(a)nospam.tampabay.rr.com says...
> >>>> But you still can't figure out why asking me if I'd bowed to my
> >>>> Queen makes you the loser in a discussion about what constitutes
> >>>> how golf was "designed", do you?
> >>> Just poking you with a stick about your comment about the youth of
> >>> the USA. You Canadians have only had your own country, almost, since
> >>> 1982.
> >> Well, not really. The Monarchy has had nothing to do with governing
> >> Canada for a very long time.
> > Why is the Queen of England your head of state?
> You're certainly not shy about demonstrating your cluelessness.
> Good for you, I guess.
My information comes from the official Canadian government sources: