#1
I'm all revved up politically now cuz that damn thread.. lol.. so I thought I would show you all this email I got from my cousin.

"THE USGA WOULD LIKE TO INFORM ALL GOLFERS
There is a possibility of MAJOR rule changes to
the game of golf, this may occur sometime after November 4.
This is only a preview as the complete rule book
is being written now.
Here are a couple of basic changes.
Golfers with handicaps:
- below 10 will have their green fees increase by 35%
- between 11 and 18 will see no increase in green fees
- above 18 will play for free and even get a check from the
club/course played

The $ amount put in for bets will be as follows:
-for handicaps below 10 an additional $10
-between 11 and 18 no additional amount
-above 18 you will receive the total amount in the
pot and you do not even have to play.

The term "gimme putt" will be changed to
"entitlement" and will be used as follows:
-handicaps below 10, no entitlements
-handicaps above 11 to 17, entitlements for putter
length putts
-handicaps above 18, if on green, no need to ever
putt, just pick it up

These entitlements are intended to bring about
fairness in scoring so that the final scores of all players will be
about the same.

In addition, a Player will be limited to a max of one
birdie and/or six pars, any excess must be given to those fellow
players who have not yet scored a birdie or par. Only after all players have
received a birdie or par from the player making the birdie or par, can that
Player begin to count his score again.

The current USGA handicap system will be used for the
above purposes but the term "net score" will be available only for
scoring those players with handicaps 18 and above.
This is intended to "redistribute" the success of winning by making
sure that in every competition the above 18 handicap
players will post only "net score" against every other player's gross
score.

These new Rules are intended to CHANGE the game of golf. Golf
must be about Fairness Only, it should have nothing to do with
Ability.
"
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#3
oh hey.. a "lul wut?" post... you're so funny and original
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#8
its making fun of obama's welfare plans/helping the poor etc etc using the rules of golf as an analogy
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#9
Quote by Guitarist132
its making fun of obama's welfare plans/helping the poor etc etc using the rules of golf as an analogy


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#10
Quote by NoBC14
McCain '08

Thats right... I said it, I went there.



oh you sunuvabitch


Quote by Guitarist132
its making fun of obama's welfare plans/helping the poor etc etc using the rules of golf as an analogy



..........oh.....


i knew that....


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>.>


i did.....
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#11
This might make more sense if I knew anything about golf. Although I have a feeling it wouldn't even then.
#12
that was funny,my dad loved it
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#13
Man you got to know your audience...Pit+Golf reference= crickets...

I get it but I am older and played golf as a kid. Parents thought it a way to keep us busy and out of trouble...
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#14
Quote by Guitarist132
its making fun of obama's welfare plans/helping the poor etc etc using the rules of golf as an analogy

You get another cookie.
#15
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Man you got to know your audience...Pit+Golf reference= crickets...

idk how to play cricket either
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#17
Quote by NoBC14
McCain '08

Thats right... I said it, I went there.


+1

pretty funny I say indeed
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#18
Quote by Guitarist132
idk how to play cricket either

ha...
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#20
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, now I have even less of a reason to want Obama to win, I don't wanna get only 6 pars. >: (
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#21
that was great
up for adoption

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#22
Quote by Guitarist132
idk how to play cricket either


Ok how about, Pit+Golf reference= Wut?...a bunch of kids that don't know a lot...
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#24
Quote by NoBC14
McCain '08

Thats right... I said it, I went there.

Hillary Clinton '08


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#25
funny thing is Wealthy people are naturally inclined to the right wing, because (as the posting says, or "thinks")they think that welfare plans will "rip off" their goods, Robin Hood style, and give them to the poor.
The truth is, they don't know the huge gap between the incomes of both ends (richer/poorer). They couldn't possibly imagine. Besides, even if the welfare system proposed by said candidate were to cover an extense part of its target, the wealthy ones wouldn't even notice. They would just keep living their money wall-papered, decadent life. And the poor eople, will see their lives actually improved. Richer people aren't affected by the housing crisis, or the food prices hike, or the gas hike. IT's a thing that affects REAL people.