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From: Howard Brazee on 7 Nov 2007 07:53
On 7 Nov 2007 01:39:25 -0800, larryrsf <larry(a)delmardata.com> wrote:
>It is folly to underestimate some folks.
It's a folly to underestimate competitors and enemies. (Political
opponents come to mind). But you're implying that it can be a folly
to underestimate you. I don't have any reason to estimate your
ability at all, but should I guess wrong (under or over) - my life
will continue as before.
From: SteveB on 7 Nov 2007 11:17
>>Wrong. And you simply have no way of knowing that--yet you wrote it.
>>Neither you nor anyone on RSG has ever seen me play or talked to the
>>staff at my club. You have no way of knowing about my businesses, my
>>residence, my airplane, the corporate boards I sit on, etc.
>>It is folly to underestimate some folks. Some here were apparently
>>very surprised to read about my residence (one of them) here in Rancho
>>It is irresponsible to just throw out accusations without basis.
>>That makes you look like a foolish and bitter old man. Bobby, "There
>>is no fool like an old fool"
You need to check. I think one of those boards you're sitting on is
sticking up and has penetrated your brain from beneath. And have your
humility checked while you're at it. It sucks, dude.
From: Rog on 6 Nov 2007 19:07
"larryrsf" <larry(a)delmardata.com> wrote in message
> On Nov 5, 1:18 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...(a)telus.net>
>> I'm just helping the OP judge what weight to give Larry's advice. The
>> fact that his advice changes from week to week gives one some idea of
>> how much he actually understands.
> Love it. A high handicap hacker critiquing the swing advice of a
> solid 7 who usually shoots 80 or less from the tips. Alan is not
> qualified to clean my shoes.
> Of course my swing advice changes; my whole concept of the golf swing
> and golf is still changing and I am discovering what works, pragmatic
> and practical. I have been playing only 6 years. I am learning what
> it takes to consistently hit fairways and greens. I am rapidly
> improving at age 66 BECAUSE I am not afraid to make adjustments.
> Those who are frozen to the "standard" stuff they hear from teaching
> pros and read in books are doomed to "paralysis by analysis" every
> time out. I love to play those guys, but it is pathetic to watch them
> agonize. They are afraid to do anything they haven't seen in a book.
I certainly love it, Larry gives sound advice, the pack attacks.....
RSG is alive and kicking again!
From: larryrsf on 7 Nov 2007 18:58
On Nov 7, 12:06 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...(a)telus.net> wrote:
> No wonder you're brother
> Alan Baker
In about 6th grade we students here in the US were taught the
difference between "your" and "you're."
"You're" is a contraction of "you are." And that makes your sentence
I don't know whether they offer "bonehead" 6th grade grammar in
Canada??? But you should do something like that before you make more
posts that reveal your ignorance.
From: Alan Baker on 7 Nov 2007 19:04
In article <1194479907.930652.164230(a)e9g2000prf.googlegroups.com>,
larryrsf <larry(a)delmardata.com> wrote:
> On Nov 7, 12:06 pm, Alan Baker <alangba...(a)telus.net> wrote:
> > No wonder you're brother
> > Alan Baker
> In about 6th grade we students here in the US were taught the
> difference between "your" and "you're."
> "You're" is a contraction of "you are." And that makes your sentence
> I don't know whether they offer "bonehead" 6th grade grammar in
> Canada??? But you should do something like that before you make more
> posts that reveal your ignorance.
Yes, Larry. Sometimes when the fingers are typing away on automatic,
they type a sequence that you hadn't intended.
You'd understand this if you were capable of anything more than hunt and
Vancouver, British Columbia
"If you raise the ceiling four feet, move the fireplace from that wall
to that wall, you'll still only get the full stereophonic effect if you
sit in the bottom of that cupboard."