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Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

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GofBorg wrote:

> http://www.pcworld.com/article/149098/2008/07/.html?tk=rss_news


I swear if I ever become a big time business dude the one thing I won't
ever do is golf. Won't learn it, won't go golfing, won't watch it,
won't follow it, nothing. I'd rather pluck my own hairs with a tweezer
than go golfing or watch golf or do anything associated with golf.*

*Mini-golf excluded.

--
Joe
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us
who do."
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> I swear if I ever become a big time business dude the one thing I won't
> ever do is golf.


If you don't golf you'll never be a big time executive so...
no worries for you. 😉

I don't golf either...in fact I think you might find maybe nobody here does.
What does that say?



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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 23:26:35 +0000, GofBorg wrote:

> If you don't golf you'll never be a big time executive so... no worries
> for you. 😉


Nah, I'll be the cool and different big time executive that everyone
loves. Instead of doing the cliche thing and taking clients golfing I'll
take my clients to Cubs games and drink Old Style with them.

> I don't golf either...in fact I think you might find maybe nobody here
> does. What does that say?


That none of us are boring?

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Joe
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do."

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GofBorg wrote:
>> I swear if I ever become a big time business dude the one thing I won't
>> ever do is golf.

>
> If you don't golf you'll never be a big time executive so...
> no worries for you. 😉
>
> I don't golf either...in fact I think you might find maybe nobody here does.
> What does that say?
>
>
>

I play. Love it. 😛

Brad
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GofBorg spewed:

> I don't golf either...in fact I think you might find maybe nobody here does.
> What does that say?


I golf. I'm horrible, but I love it.

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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

Well, What I do might not be called golf, but I still enjoy losing a
few....

Wifie says I play army golf. I spend so much time in the rough I need
to bring a pack.

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Timothy Leerhoff
"People everywhere confuse what they read in newspapers with news."
- AJ Liebling
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> I golf. I'm horrible, but I love it.

Welcome to my club! Ya bad pun.....

I was at a tourney one time for a former employer. Thought I had a
shot at most pathetic golfer. WOW was I wrong. one of my foursome
came in at the turn sporting a 119. Ended up with a 211. I did almost
nailed the longest putt competition (missed by 1" short on a >25'er)

I don't hit em long, and if I do they are not straight!

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Timothy Leerhoff
"People everywhere confuse what they read in newspapers with news."
- AJ Liebling
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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

Joseph Marton,

> I swear if I ever become a big time business dude the one thing I won't
> ever do is golf. Won't learn it, won't go golfing, won't watch it,
> won't follow it, nothing. I'd rather pluck my own hairs with a tweezer
> than go golfing or watch golf or do anything associated with golf.*
>
> *Mini-golf excluded.
>


Disc golf isn't bad either.
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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 17:22:02 +0000, Doug Black wrote:

> Disc golf isn't bad either.


Neither is disc-o.

--
Joe
"Those of you who think you know everything are annoying to those of us who do."

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Timothy Leerhoff spewed:

> one of my foursome came in at the turn sporting a 119. Ended up with a 211.


Didn't anyone tell them that they could pick up their ball and take a 12 on a
hole? if they did that every hole they would have 108/216. So theoretically
they shot worse than the worse possible score in golf. <G>

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> Didn't anyone tell them that they could pick up their ball and take a
> 12 on a hole? if they did that every hole they would have 108/216. So
> theoretically they shot worse than the worse possible score in golf.


We did suggest Steve just pick up the ball and throw it.

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Timothy Leerhoff
"People everywhere confuse what they read in newspapers with news."
- AJ Liebling
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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

Timothy Leerhoff spewed:

> We did suggest Steve just pick up the ball and throw it.


I do use the foot wedge on occasion.
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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

Adam Gabriel,

>> one of my foursome came in at the turn sporting a 119. Ended up with a 211.

>
> Didn't anyone tell them that they could pick up their ball and take a 12 on a
> hole? if they did that every hole they would have 108/216. So theoretically
> they shot worse than the worse possible score in golf. <G>
>


The last time I played -- which was the only time I've ever played a
full 18 holes -- I think I shot about a 127. And that was after 9 weeks
of lessons.

I still have a set of clubs but they're invisible under a thick layer of
dust in the garage.


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Re: Proof the iPhone is taking over in business

wait wait wait. It sure is (bad).

Joseph Marton wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Jul 2008 17:22:02 +0000, Doug Black wrote:
>
>> Disc golf isn't bad either.

>
> Neither is disc-o.
>

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