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Tigers real worry
August 20, 2010
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This is the driving force behind Tigers terrible play, yes guys and gals this is only my opinion--but I'm very very well versed with the game of Golf---more so than 90% of those who cover it for a living, guaranteed.

Roger Clemens indicted in steroid case

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http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/news;_ylt=A ... nssteroids

Yes it's my belief that Mr. Woods lives in fear of being named a material witness in the case against the Canadian Doc who has treated Woods in the past---Yes more so than his marriage and all he has done of his own free will in the past--Why---simple--He must not lie if invited to sit before a grand jury.

So Tiger since this Doc has worked for you in the past--at any time have you taken any PED'S? 😮 😮 😮 😮

Now if he has and lies he's taking an unbelievable risk given the money at stake--if he fesses up--he's finished--done in by the very Machine that turned him loose in the first place.

No freaking way he can play through any of this and boy does it ever show.

JMHO---But all you Tiger fans---don;t hold your breath on this one!

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August 20, 2010
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but I'm very very well versed with the game of Golf---more so than 90% of those who cover it for a living, guaranteed.

90%, wow, I'd knock anyone teeth out the disagreed with that! 🙄 You are 90% more full of shit anyday of the week. Laugh

August 20, 2010
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Greeney is there something that bothers you about someone who speaks the truth in public? Knows the lay of the land in regard to certain topics/subjects.-Pity--I can't stand to hear Jim Nance----The ESPN Boomer is the worst--Miller is an arrogant ass " BUT AT LEAST HE KNOWS THE GAME " as does several others, but they my friend don't toe the line so they reside in the bleachers----------

I'm here with two time US open champion~~~gag me with a phucking spoon! TBS==LOL

Greeney why did--how did Fat Jack win the Maters at age 46? Come on big boy thrill me!

SAVE the comedy--the feeble attempt at SPELLING WILL DERAIL YOU! How was he able to win? Why did he win at age 46~~~~~~~~Come on dude! Wipe the Thermite out of your shorts and make a valid point in regard to this great game and any knowledge thereof.!!!!!!

Ask 4 Boy Blue---he'll be the one holding his breath! Laugh Laugh Laugh

Lie vs loft angle 101---kick point---say what! LOL~~~

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August 20, 2010
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You're right greeney, cole is quite boastful indeed.

And by the way, I think the reason Tiger is sucking is obvious. He has a guilty conscience and cares a lot about his perception. His tarnished ego after the embarassing situation with his wife has really messed with his game. He may never recover.

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August 20, 2010
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Boastful is a understatment. He badmouths everyone with a different opinion, and when he is wrong, goes on a smear campaign, like he is doing with the Rock Hudson one and Meridieth Baxter one. Couldn't just admit he made a mistake about the $5 bike, and started digs against you and I in the War forum, with some comment to you about Down syndrome pictures. And he wonders why he gets called an Idiot.

August 20, 2010
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Greeney-- I badmouth hypocrisy at every turn possible--do you understand this--- You're warm and fuzzy all over just as long as the other guy believes in the same things that you do--You're a conservative - so naturally anything/anyone else is just nuts. Laugh Laugh And speaking of Nuts

I won't apologize to you or anyone else for having the gumption to learn about things of interest--you on the other hand can have your opinion as you see fit--doesn't bother me the least.

Sorry I never took up welding Greeney--If I had then maybe we'd see a little more eye to eye, 😉 in regard to certain subject matter.

Question Greeney in regard to the $5.00 Bike----who had the Bike for sale--The HWY Worker who supposedly found it--or some other Kentuckian? Just curious.

Frosty: Don't be naive---Tiger's image is the very least of his worries at this point---he fears being put in the same position that Roger was, and the one Alex will soon fine himself in---Yes it's going to happen because there are far too many people like the ones--upset at the Radio Doc using the N WORD--or Jen A calling herself a RETARD---just itching to hammer someone who is PC INCORRECT--OR MAKES TOO MUCH MONEY--OR IT TOO OUTSPOKEN--OR HAS TOO MUCH MONEY--OR IS TOO TUNED IN.

Everyone has issues these days--the sit back simple and point bullshit--The reason for all of this is probably why I come off the way I do in certain situations-- I simply hate it to the core-- If I want to call myself a RETARD--NOBODY should give a rats ass--same with the N word--same with Gay's----But hey I come form a generation where one had to earn a spot on the team, not simply put your name on a sign-up sheet. It's disgusting.

Sorry Guys but I quit watching sitcoms for good when they canceled Sanford and Son. Too bad a WHITE Person can't produce a show like that today without being run out of town on a rail, or sued to death by the two clowns who claim to have the races best interest at heart. Laugh Laugh Laugh

Laughable. In today's day and age who really has time to give a damn about the color of someone skin? Oh those out for money or fame do---silly me!

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August 20, 2010
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A new article so you don;t have to take my word for the WORRY ASPECT of a Grand Jury! Laugh

Take it from someone who's been there and done that!

Clemens’ new ballgame could be brutal

Please read this Frosty---absorb it, allow it to penetrate your conscience!

While the public – non-baseball and beyond, Clemens worshippers and slayers – and for the moment Clemens undoubtedly will focus on the distant outcome and its consequences, one man in particular will warn that grief does not wait at the destination, but rides shotgun on the journey.

Handcuffed, and more than two years after his BALCO offices had been raided by federal agents, Victor Conte on Dec. 1, 2005 walked into Taft Correctional Institution in Northern California. He would serve 120 days after entering guilty pleas for conspiracy to distribute steroids and money laundering, two of the 42 charges brought against him. The other 40 had been dropped.

Going on five years later, Conte said in the wake of the Clemens indictment, the fear and shame he felt while entering prison did not compare to the months of gnawing distress that preceded it. Of course, the tennis courts at Taft didn’t hurt.

Regardless of whether Clemens ingested steroids and lied to Congress about it (and Conte happens to think he did: ”My opinion is, and it’s only my opinion, he’s as guilty as a three-dollar bill.”), Clemens now faces a life unfathomable for its suffering, he said.

”He’s in a living hell,” Conte said. ”I know because I’ve been there.”

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http://sports.yahoo.com/mlb/news;_ylt=A ... ture081910

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August 21, 2010
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"Cole_Trickle" wrote: Please read this Frosty---absorb it, allow it to penetrate your conscience!

While the public – non-baseball and beyond, Clemens worshippers and slayers – and for the moment Clemens undoubtedly will focus on the distant outcome and its consequences, one man in particular will warn that grief does not wait at the destination, but rides shotgun on the journey.

Handcuffed, and more than two years after his BALCO offices had been raided by federal agents, Victor Conte on Dec. 1, 2005 walked into Taft Correctional Institution in Northern California. He would serve 120 days after entering guilty pleas for conspiracy to distribute steroids and money laundering, two of the 42 charges brought against him. The other 40 had been dropped.

Going on five years later, Conte said in the wake of the Clemens indictment, the fear and shame he felt while entering prison did not compare to the months of gnawing distress that preceded it. Of course, the tennis courts at Taft didn’t hurt.

Regardless of whether Clemens ingested steroids and lied to Congress about it (and Conte happens to think he did: ”My opinion is, and it’s only my opinion, he’s as guilty as a three-dollar bill.”), Clemens now faces a life unfathomable for its suffering, he said.

”He’s in a living hell,” Conte said. ”I know because I’ve been there.”

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Your Pal Cole! 😉

Not a word of that supported your argument that Tiger Wood's game is suffering because he's worried about the Clemens case.

You'd make a horrible attorney.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

August 21, 2010
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Not a word of that supported your argument that Tiger Wood's game is suffering because he's worried about the Clemens case.

My Gawd--are you serious--it's not the Clemens case, IT'S THE FREAKING PRECEDENT--THE ABSOLUTE FEAR OF BEING NAMED A WITNESS in the case against a Doctor from Canada who ( in the past ) treated Woods in his own freaking home! ARE YOU DENSE or just yanking my stem like a little kid?

Please stop phucking around with what is so blindingly obvious. The FEDS are currently investigating several Professional athletes who were treated by this Doctor--Woods was Interviewed 2 months or so ago---Currently waiting to see WHEN or IF he'll be called to TESTIFY--GIVE TESTIMONY--ANSWER QUESTIONS in front of a GRAND JURY--Tiger have you even used PEDS??????????????HELLO~~

Frosty--if you want to have some fun--that's one thing--but playing grade school games is quite another--makes you look Silly!

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August 21, 2010
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Cole,
I agree...
he's in a bit of a tailspin right now..
this kind of story has become oh too common these days.
It' Shakespearian, really.
His chickens are coming home to roost.
Karma is a beyatch.
The unvierse will only take so much..actually your higher soul/self..which knows what your true journey should be..it allows some wiggle room..but...if in ignorance and ego driven, arrogance you transition too far off your true path, if you statrt gettign way too cruel, mercinary and indifferent to those you should be caring about, including yourself, (everyone's true path is really the same path) if you go too far off ...then karma WILL smack you..fate will turn on you..I truly believe this..if only to, in sense of a bigger picture..try toget you back on track. (which doesn't always work..for some souls..bottomig out can involve the mercilessness that creates stuff like the holocaust)
all for one...one for all..for the good and the bad of it

wow..I went on a tangent, huh?

to sum it up..I agree..steriods played a role..for the insecure..yet oh so vain man these days..they always do

Willie Wonka quotes..
What is this Wonka, some kind of funhouse?
Why? Are you having fun?
A little nonsense now and then is relished by the wisest men.
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