Posted on: June 4, 2008 9:30 am


Who would be your perfect golf foursome (aside from the senimentals - deceased relatives, old friends,ect)?  I was thinking about this, and it's a tough list when you start putting it together.  You'd want to have guys in your group that are good, but not too good (sorry Tiger), but at the same time, you don't want to be slowed down by someone shanking every shot they take.  Plus, you know you're going to spend about 4 hours so personality has got to be there as well.

I'd start with Charles Barkley - bad golfer, compulsive gambler and lots of money.  Plus, he would be a riot to listen to.  Next would be Rick Rieliy.  Great storyteller, and would know how to get Barkely rolling.  The last would be Bill Clinton.  Bring a political side to things, but someone who is able to be one of the guys.


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Tags: Golf
Posted on: June 1, 2008 11:50 am

Here comes the sun... burn!

You'd think after 37 years I would learn the benefits of sunblock!  As we made our first venture to the neighborhood pool, I once again neglected to apply any kind of sunscreen and am paying for it today.  At least I know I'm not alone... a lot of flesh that's seeing sunlight for the first time in a while on display (some good... some not so good!).

What is the appropriate attire for the neighborhood pool?  Seems like the one-piece and tank-top are winners for most of the women, although some do venture out in bikinis (not many though).  Not trying to be the creepy guy checking out the ladies at the pool, but isn't the point of going to the pool to be getting some sun??

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Posted on: May 27, 2008 12:33 pm

Here goes nothing... and I do mean NOTHING

Take 2 - what's it take to get a blog read on here anyway?????

My first attempt at starting a blog was a little lame (to say the least), so here we go again.  What's the best use of this forum, serious-sports related topcis, or off the wall stuff?

Thoughts on the Western Conference Finals - the entire series hangs on the shoulders of Manu.  He is the ultimate X-factor, for both the Spurs and Lakers.  L.A. can't guard him and he is obviously the heart and soul of SA, but he is such a streaky player.  Also, is it just me, or has Pau Gassol become the perfect replacement for Kareem?  He's whiny, kind of a b**ch and it's hard to say if even his own teammates like him... but he is a huge part of whether or not the Lakers win.

Now, for a random question - who makes the call on body hair in a relationship?  Is it out of line to ask the wife to shave, or is that her call?  Vice versa, do you wait to be asked to do some "removal," or can you do some mowing yourself without it being creepy?

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