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[ Edited by DynastyChile on Jun 23, 2015 at 12:06 PM ]
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Golf is a tough game. The putt on 17 was just as big as the one on 18. If that doesnt go in he has no chance on 18 anyway. I dont think he doesnt choke on 17 and then chokes on 18. Sorry but I dont buy it.

You still wont answer my question though on Speith. Why isnt his awful swing and 3 putt on 17 NOT a choke but DJs 3 putt a choke?

Oh no doubt had spieth lost we would be all over him for his mess on 17..however after his mess on 17 he had the poise to hit 2 awesome shots on 18 to setup a clutch TWO PUTT birdie to take out the outright lead

So Speith just made a "mess" out of 17. He made a terrible swing and 3 putted. Johnson on the other hand hit a beautiful shot and then made a clutch putt. Was Speith a choker and DJ clutch at this moment?

On 18 both hit great drives and great approach. Speith who had just 3 putted gets it down in 2. Johnson who had the much tougher downhill putt, 3 putts. Same two golfers.

Yet one is labeled clutch and the other is labeled a choker. LOL You readily call DJs a choke but Speiths just a "mess" Laughable

Do you have any idea how many tough downhill putts professional golfers hit every week, in practice or in tournaments? Spieth hit a shank, so did Grace. You call those shanks in golf, you call 3 putts from 12 feet on 18 to win the entire thing chokes. This is golf, damnit.

First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

Let me get this straight so I know that you are just arguing for the sake of backing up your already sunk argument-

1. a PGA tour golfer, #2 in the world, takes a 5 iron (probably a 6) from 200 yards out, misses the green 40 YARDS to the right, well right of the bunker where miss hits are supposed to be collected, isn't a shank....For pete's sake I'm not talking about a me or you shank.... In PGA TOUR standards for #2 player in golf this is as bad of a shot as you can get from 200 yards out, you're going to have to accept that.

2. But another golfer that hasn't 3 putt from inside 15 in like 84 rounds or soemthing ridiculous, does it from 12 feet, and its not a choke on 18.

Paulina? That you?
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

even though he still had the lead while Mickelson missed the playoff by 2 shots

Like I said.. almost. He went from having a 3 shot lead to blowing it all if Johnsons putt goes down. Having a 3 shot lead into 18 is sure victory. Instead, he needed a lot of luck to at least avoid a playoff.

A ton of luck...except for you know birding the last hole and having the biggest choke 3 putt from 12 feet that apprently wasnt a choke but yea logic is flawless

You dont think Speith got lucky in the end? Yes he made a birdie but even that was almost not enough given his disaster on 17. But oh yeah.. he didnt choke. He "shanked" lol

I get the choke part on DJ. He should have 2 putted at least and would most of the time. I just think the greens had a big factor though and made just about every golfer out there miss short putts. What I dont get is that some in here refuse to admit that Speith's performance on 17 was equally as bad and just as much affected by the pressure as Johnson's. I mean.. he 3 putted on TOP of hitting a shot that one of us might hit.
I think you need to hop on the internet and looks at tweets from all the golfers and all interviews with Spieth where they were gut-wrenched by watching DJ. Golfers all around tour aren't commenting about how awful they feel for a guy when he doesn't massively choke. Am i getting thru here at all?
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Golf is a tough game. The putt on 17 was just as big as the one on 18. If that doesnt go in he has no chance on 18 anyway. I dont think he doesnt choke on 17 and then chokes on 18. Sorry but I dont buy it.

You still wont answer my question though on Speith. Why isnt his awful swing and 3 putt on 17 NOT a choke but DJs 3 putt a choke?

Oh no doubt had spieth lost we would be all over him for his mess on 17..however after his mess on 17 he had the poise to hit 2 awesome shots on 18 to setup a clutch TWO PUTT birdie to take out the outright lead

So Speith just made a "mess" out of 17. He made a terrible swing and 3 putted. Johnson on the other hand hit a beautiful shot and then made a clutch putt. Was Speith a choker and DJ clutch at this moment?

On 18 both hit great drives and great approach. Speith who had just 3 putted gets it down in 2. Johnson who had the much tougher downhill putt, 3 putts. Same two golfers.

Yet one is labeled clutch and the other is labeled a choker. LOL You readily call DJs a choke but Speiths just a "mess" Laughable

Do you have any idea how many tough downhill putts professional golfers hit every week, in practice or in tournaments? Spieth hit a shank, so did Grace. You call those shanks in golf, you call 3 putts from 12 feet on 18 to win the entire thing chokes. This is golf, damnit.

First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

Let me get this straight so I know that you are just arguing for the sake of backing up your already sunk argument-

1. a PGA tour golfer, #2 in the world, takes a 5 iron (probably a 6) from 200 yards out, misses the green 40 YARDS to the right, well right of the bunker where miss hits are supposed to be collected, isn't a shank....For pete's sake I'm not talking about a me or you shank.... In PGA TOUR standards for #2 player in golf this is as bad of a shot as you can get from 200 yards out, you're going to have to accept that.

2. But another golfer that hasn't 3 putt from inside 15 in like 84 rounds or soemthing ridiculous, does it from 12 feet, and its not a choke on 18.

Paulina? That you?

Please look up the definition of a shank. A shank isnt some term just used for a bad shot. It is a specific shot when the ball doesnt hit the clubhead but instead hits the hozel. Seriously, you really didnt know this? Obviously you arent a golfer. You cannot hit a 300 yard shank like you said Grace hit. A shank is going to go almost dead right and not all that far.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

even though he still had the lead while Mickelson missed the playoff by 2 shots

Like I said.. almost. He went from having a 3 shot lead to blowing it all if Johnsons putt goes down. Having a 3 shot lead into 18 is sure victory. Instead, he needed a lot of luck to at least avoid a playoff.

A ton of luck...except for you know birding the last hole and having the biggest choke 3 putt from 12 feet that apprently wasnt a choke but yea logic is flawless

You dont think Speith got lucky in the end? Yes he made a birdie but even that was almost not enough given his disaster on 17. But oh yeah.. he didnt choke. He "shanked" lol

I get the choke part on DJ. He should have 2 putted at least and would most of the time. I just think the greens had a big factor though and made just about every golfer out there miss short putts. What I dont get is that some in here refuse to admit that Speith's performance on 17 was equally as bad and just as much affected by the pressure as Johnson's. I mean.. he 3 putted on TOP of hitting a shot that one of us might hit.

He went birdie, double, birdie. To say he choked is laughable. 3 finishing holes on an impossible course, to come out even and 1 under on the back 9.... I just don't think you like Spieth at all. DJ happens to be one of my favorite players, hated watching him do that, would have loved nothing more than an 18 hole playoff. But that was a choke job plain and simple. Sorry man, Spieth is about to go for a Grand Slam and looks like you're gonna be pissed the whole way. Shame.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Golf is a tough game. The putt on 17 was just as big as the one on 18. If that doesnt go in he has no chance on 18 anyway. I dont think he doesnt choke on 17 and then chokes on 18. Sorry but I dont buy it.

You still wont answer my question though on Speith. Why isnt his awful swing and 3 putt on 17 NOT a choke but DJs 3 putt a choke?

Oh no doubt had spieth lost we would be all over him for his mess on 17..however after his mess on 17 he had the poise to hit 2 awesome shots on 18 to setup a clutch TWO PUTT birdie to take out the outright lead

So Speith just made a "mess" out of 17. He made a terrible swing and 3 putted. Johnson on the other hand hit a beautiful shot and then made a clutch putt. Was Speith a choker and DJ clutch at this moment?

On 18 both hit great drives and great approach. Speith who had just 3 putted gets it down in 2. Johnson who had the much tougher downhill putt, 3 putts. Same two golfers.

Yet one is labeled clutch and the other is labeled a choker. LOL You readily call DJs a choke but Speiths just a "mess" Laughable

Do you have any idea how many tough downhill putts professional golfers hit every week, in practice or in tournaments? Spieth hit a shank, so did Grace. You call those shanks in golf, you call 3 putts from 12 feet on 18 to win the entire thing chokes. This is golf, damnit.

First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

Let me get this straight so I know that you are just arguing for the sake of backing up your already sunk argument-

1. a PGA tour golfer, #2 in the world, takes a 5 iron (probably a 6) from 200 yards out, misses the green 40 YARDS to the right, well right of the bunker where miss hits are supposed to be collected, isn't a shank....For pete's sake I'm not talking about a me or you shank.... In PGA TOUR standards for #2 player in golf this is as bad of a shot as you can get from 200 yards out, you're going to have to accept that.

2. But another golfer that hasn't 3 putt from inside 15 in like 84 rounds or soemthing ridiculous, does it from 12 feet, and its not a choke on 18.

Paulina? That you?

Please look up the definition of a shank. A shank isnt some term just used for a bad shot. It is a specific shot when the ball doesnt hit the clubhead but instead hits the hozel. Seriously, you really didnt know this? Obviously you arent a golfer. You cannot hit a 300 yard shank like you said Grace hit. A shank is going to go almost dead right and not all that far.

Please look up the definition of a choke. A choke isn't just some term you use when a golfer you don't like hits a bad shot on a par 3. It is a specific shot when you're 12 feet from the hole on the 72 hole in the United States Open Championship and you can't get it in in 2 shot. Seriously, you really didn't know this? Obviously you aren't a golfer. You cannot miss a 12 foot putt so badly that you miss the 4 footer coming back cuz you have enough room to pull it left. A choke is going to almost always be on the 18th hole of a major championship.

Do you see what you sound like?
[ Edited by DynastyChile on Jun 23, 2015 at 12:30 PM ]
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

even though he still had the lead while Mickelson missed the playoff by 2 shots

Like I said.. almost. He went from having a 3 shot lead to blowing it all if Johnsons putt goes down. Having a 3 shot lead into 18 is sure victory. Instead, he needed a lot of luck to at least avoid a playoff.

A ton of luck...except for you know birding the last hole and having the biggest choke 3 putt from 12 feet that apprently wasnt a choke but yea logic is flawless

You dont think Speith got lucky in the end? Yes he made a birdie but even that was almost not enough given his disaster on 17. But oh yeah.. he didnt choke. He "shanked" lol

I get the choke part on DJ. He should have 2 putted at least and would most of the time. I just think the greens had a big factor though and made just about every golfer out there miss short putts. What I dont get is that some in here refuse to admit that Speith's performance on 17 was equally as bad and just as much affected by the pressure as Johnson's. I mean.. he 3 putted on TOP of hitting a shot that one of us might hit.

He went birdie, double, birdie. To say he choked is laughable. 3 finishing holes on an impossible course, to come out even and 1 under on the back 9.... I just don't think you like Spieth at all. DJ happens to be one of my favorite players, hated watching him do that, would have loved nothing more than an 18 hole playoff. But that was a choke job plain and simple. Sorry man, Spieth is about to go for a Grand Slam and looks like you're gonna be pissed the whole way. Shame.

I like Speith a lot. Why wouldnt I? I was rooting for Speith, DJ, or Day to win and would have been happy with any of them. Your comment is just stupid because never did I say anything close to implying that I didnt like him.

For the last f**king time.. Speith's shot and 3 putt on 17 was just as much of failing under the pressure as DJ's 3 putt. He hit a shot that he never would under normal circumstances and also missed a shot par putt. He almost gagged the tourney away and trust me.. if DJ sinks that putt on 18 that is all anyone would have talked about.

Now.. bye for now. I am done here.
Sayin lol
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Golf is a tough game. The putt on 17 was just as big as the one on 18. If that doesnt go in he has no chance on 18 anyway. I dont think he doesnt choke on 17 and then chokes on 18. Sorry but I dont buy it.

You still wont answer my question though on Speith. Why isnt his awful swing and 3 putt on 17 NOT a choke but DJs 3 putt a choke?

Oh no doubt had spieth lost we would be all over him for his mess on 17..however after his mess on 17 he had the poise to hit 2 awesome shots on 18 to setup a clutch TWO PUTT birdie to take out the outright lead

So Speith just made a "mess" out of 17. He made a terrible swing and 3 putted. Johnson on the other hand hit a beautiful shot and then made a clutch putt. Was Speith a choker and DJ clutch at this moment?

On 18 both hit great drives and great approach. Speith who had just 3 putted gets it down in 2. Johnson who had the much tougher downhill putt, 3 putts. Same two golfers.

Yet one is labeled clutch and the other is labeled a choker. LOL You readily call DJs a choke but Speiths just a "mess" Laughable

Do you have any idea how many tough downhill putts professional golfers hit every week, in practice or in tournaments? Spieth hit a shank, so did Grace. You call those shanks in golf, you call 3 putts from 12 feet on 18 to win the entire thing chokes. This is golf, damnit.

First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

Let me get this straight so I know that you are just arguing for the sake of backing up your already sunk argument-

1. a PGA tour golfer, #2 in the world, takes a 5 iron (probably a 6) from 200 yards out, misses the green 40 YARDS to the right, well right of the bunker where miss hits are supposed to be collected, isn't a shank....For pete's sake I'm not talking about a me or you shank.... In PGA TOUR standards for #2 player in golf this is as bad of a shot as you can get from 200 yards out, you're going to have to accept that.

2. But another golfer that hasn't 3 putt from inside 15 in like 84 rounds or soemthing ridiculous, does it from 12 feet, and its not a choke on 18.

Paulina? That you?

Please look up the definition of a shank. A shank isnt some term just used for a bad shot. It is a specific shot when the ball doesnt hit the clubhead but instead hits the hozel. Seriously, you really didnt know this? Obviously you arent a golfer. You cannot hit a 300 yard shank like you said Grace hit. A shank is going to go almost dead right and not all that far.

Please look up the definition of a choke. A choke isn't just some term you use when a golfer you don't like hits a bad shot on a par 3. It is a specific shot when you're 12 feet from the hole on the 72 hole in the United States Open Championship and you can't get it in in 2 shot. Seriously, you really didn't know this? Obviously you aren't a golfer. You cannot miss a 12 foot putt so badly that you miss the 4 footer coming back cuz you have enough room to pull it left. A choke is going to almost always be on the 18th hole of a major championship.

Do you see what you sound like?

Sorry if you didnt appreciate being told that you didnt know what a shank was and correcting you on it. That must have hurt. But now you know so all ends well.

Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

even though he still had the lead while Mickelson missed the playoff by 2 shots

Like I said.. almost. He went from having a 3 shot lead to blowing it all if Johnsons putt goes down. Having a 3 shot lead into 18 is sure victory. Instead, he needed a lot of luck to at least avoid a playoff.

A ton of luck...except for you know birding the last hole and having the biggest choke 3 putt from 12 feet that apprently wasnt a choke but yea logic is flawless

You dont think Speith got lucky in the end? Yes he made a birdie but even that was almost not enough given his disaster on 17. But oh yeah.. he didnt choke. He "shanked" lol

I get the choke part on DJ. He should have 2 putted at least and would most of the time. I just think the greens had a big factor though and made just about every golfer out there miss short putts. What I dont get is that some in here refuse to admit that Speith's performance on 17 was equally as bad and just as much affected by the pressure as Johnson's. I mean.. he 3 putted on TOP of hitting a shot that one of us might hit.

He went birdie, double, birdie. To say he choked is laughable. 3 finishing holes on an impossible course, to come out even and 1 under on the back 9.... I just don't think you like Spieth at all. DJ happens to be one of my favorite players, hated watching him do that, would have loved nothing more than an 18 hole playoff. But that was a choke job plain and simple. Sorry man, Spieth is about to go for a Grand Slam and looks like you're gonna be pissed the whole way. Shame.

I like Speith a lot. Why wouldnt I? I was rooting for Speith, DJ, or Day to win and would have been happy with any of them. Your comment is just stupid because never did I say anything close to implying that I didnt like him.

For the last f**king time.. Speith's shot and 3 putt on 17 was just as much of failing under the pressure as DJ's 3 putt. He hit a shot that he never would under normal circumstances and also missed a shot par putt. He almost gagged the tourney away and trust me.. if DJ sinks that putt on 18 that is all anyone would have talked about.

Now.. bye for now. I am done here.


Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by DynastyChile:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by sincalfaithful:
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Golf is a tough game. The putt on 17 was just as big as the one on 18. If that doesnt go in he has no chance on 18 anyway. I dont think he doesnt choke on 17 and then chokes on 18. Sorry but I dont buy it.

You still wont answer my question though on Speith. Why isnt his awful swing and 3 putt on 17 NOT a choke but DJs 3 putt a choke?

Oh no doubt had spieth lost we would be all over him for his mess on 17..however after his mess on 17 he had the poise to hit 2 awesome shots on 18 to setup a clutch TWO PUTT birdie to take out the outright lead

So Speith just made a "mess" out of 17. He made a terrible swing and 3 putted. Johnson on the other hand hit a beautiful shot and then made a clutch putt. Was Speith a choker and DJ clutch at this moment?

On 18 both hit great drives and great approach. Speith who had just 3 putted gets it down in 2. Johnson who had the much tougher downhill putt, 3 putts. Same two golfers.

Yet one is labeled clutch and the other is labeled a choker. LOL You readily call DJs a choke but Speiths just a "mess" Laughable

Do you have any idea how many tough downhill putts professional golfers hit every week, in practice or in tournaments? Spieth hit a shank, so did Grace. You call those shanks in golf, you call 3 putts from 12 feet on 18 to win the entire thing chokes. This is golf, damnit.

First of all neither shot that Speith or Grace hit was a shank. Obviously you dont know what a shank is. Secondly, both shots were completely out of the norm and done at a time of great pressure. So, in my opinion, if DJ's missed putt is a choke than so certainly is the shot from Grace on 16 and the horrible shot and 3 putt from Speith on 17. In the case of Grace it took him out of the tourney. In Speith's case it almost resulted in the biggest collapse of a major since Michelson at Winged Foot.

Let me get this straight so I know that you are just arguing for the sake of backing up your already sunk argument-

1. a PGA tour golfer, #2 in the world, takes a 5 iron (probably a 6) from 200 yards out, misses the green 40 YARDS to the right, well right of the bunker where miss hits are supposed to be collected, isn't a shank....For pete's sake I'm not talking about a me or you shank.... In PGA TOUR standards for #2 player in golf this is as bad of a shot as you can get from 200 yards out, you're going to have to accept that.

2. But another golfer that hasn't 3 putt from inside 15 in like 84 rounds or soemthing ridiculous, does it from 12 feet, and its not a choke on 18.

Paulina? That you?

Please look up the definition of a shank. A shank isnt some term just used for a bad shot. It is a specific shot when the ball doesnt hit the clubhead but instead hits the hozel. Seriously, you really didnt know this? Obviously you arent a golfer. You cannot hit a 300 yard shank like you said Grace hit. A shank is going to go almost dead right and not all that far.

Please look up the definition of a choke. A choke isn't just some term you use when a golfer you don't like hits a bad shot on a par 3. It is a specific shot when you're 12 feet from the hole on the 72 hole in the United States Open Championship and you can't get it in in 2 shot. Seriously, you really didn't know this? Obviously you aren't a golfer. You cannot miss a 12 foot putt so badly that you miss the 4 footer coming back cuz you have enough room to pull it left. A choke is going to almost always be on the 18th hole of a major championship.

Do you see what you sound like?

Sorry if you didnt appreciate being told that you didnt know what a shank was and correcting you on it. That must have hurt. But now you know so all ends well.

Haha, really getting away from the main point - your home boy choked. And your argument that he didn't was so bad you're trying to divert it to a definition. I'll remember this next time I see you try and throw logic your logic in another argument.
Thought you were "done here".....lol
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Thought you were "done here".....lol

I thought I was too. I guess I shanked.
Originally posted by Ninerjohn:
Originally posted by StOnEy333:
Thought you were "done here".....lol

I thought I was too. I guess I shanked.

No, you choked. You still don't get it. They say the mind is the first thing to go at your advanced age.
The butthurt is strong in this thread. Good times.
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