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From: dsc-ky on 21 Jul 2010 18:44
On Jul 21, 2:52 pm, bkni...(a)conramp.net wrote:
> On Wed, 21 Jul 2010 10:17:44 -0700 (PDT), dsc-ky
> <Dudley.Corn...(a)eku.edu> wrote:
> >On Jul 21, 10:03 am, bkni...(a)conramp.net wrote:
> >> >> England is a constitutional monarchy you fool. I went to the link,
> >> >> but it damned sure doesn't say that the Queen runs the country, the
> >> >> Prime Minister does.
> >> >> Here's a link that you might read...if you really can read.
> >> >>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constitutional_monarchy
> >> >> Try to learn something.
> >> >Ok dumbass, type in "Canadian Head of State" in Google. The first link
> >> >that popos up is:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monarchy_of_Canadaand
> >> >who is the lady in the picture to the left? The freaking Queen of
> >> >England.
> >> Talk about WHOOSH.
> >> She is the head of state in a CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY.
> >> She is a figurehead.
> >> She doesn't have anything to do with running the country.
> >> Are you really this stupid, or is it just beyond you to let go of a
> >> foolish statement?
> >> You obviously didn't read the list of countries in the world who have
> >> such monarchs.'
> >> Idiot.
> >> BK
> >Stupidity or simple ignorance?
> Ignorance is not being aware of a fact. When its spelled out for you,
> if you read it and don't understand, its stupidity.
So originally, he was just ignorant... I get it now. :)
From: William Clark on 21 Jul 2010 20:08
In article <8apa3aFdruU1(a)mid.individual.net>,
Paul Schmitz-Josten <alossola(a)web.de> wrote:
> Moderate in <i247us$26h$1(a)speranza.aioe.org>:
> >How did sheep make those bunkers and that ugly ditch? That course is an
> Of course the sheep didn't create forms like the road hole bunker etc.
> Alas, the original concept is from the soil as the Grandfathers of Golf
> first used it. An example of today may be found here:
> This one is from Mullion, Cornwall, England, the most southerly golf course
> in England. This hole is not a bunker in play but just a place where the
> grass-covered soil broke open and sand became visible, some 20 yards in
> front and left of a tee (#8?)
Sheep used depressions where the sand was exposed to shelter from the
wind. Over time, these became enlarged with use, and many were the
origin for the famous bunkers on St. Andrews (and other links courses).
The revetting was not the work of the sheep.
From: dugjustdug on 21 Jul 2010 20:25
On Jul 21, 3:19 pm, Paul Schmitz-Josten <aloss...(a)web.de> wrote:
> dugjustdug in
> >> 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.
> Yes, judgíng from John's photos.
> Unfortunately, I haven't played there. We didn't dare to visit a second
> James Braid course after Boat of Garten which had many unsolved questions
> for us ;->
> Instead, we visited Golspie, only a few miles south, and had much fun on
> our round there.
> This was on my first addicting tour to Scotland in 2007 when we stayed at
> Inverness for most of the time.
We played both Brora and Golspie on that leg of the trip. Loved the
par 3's @ Golspie. Spent the majority of our time at the 2 Royal
Dornoch courses. Magical land, the Championship course is.
Litterally the finest course I have ever had the opportunity/
privaledge to play. I hope you were able to play it as well.
From: John van der Pflum on 21 Jul 2010 20:49
On Thu, 22 Jul 2010 00:19:36 +0200, Paul Schmitz-Josten
>Instead, we visited Golspie, only a few miles south, and had much fun on
>our round there.
That's where we met Patty the Chatty Caddie who introduced us to Jura,
the only scotch I'll drink.
Hey Annika, you'll never hold these:
From: William Clark on 21 Jul 2010 21:00
In article <2b5f46hvtvv9t6ikcla10t4760ufqbmqku(a)4ax.com>,
John van der Pflum <nowhammymyspammy(a)bite.org> wrote:
> On Thu, 22 Jul 2010 00:19:36 +0200, Paul Schmitz-Josten
> <alossola(a)web.de> wrote:
> >Instead, we visited Golspie, only a few miles south, and had much fun on
> >our round there.
> That's where we met Patty the Chatty Caddie who introduced us to Jura,
> the only scotch I'll drink.
Ah, yes, honey and marzipan, and the rest. Good choice.
See what these loons who want to stay in Oregon are missing? (Apart from
the Pinots, of course :-))