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April 28th, 2020 at 2:45:47 PM permalink
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No wedge?



For what? Tall grass ain't no thang, and I got the 3I for the trap. Stand way forward and rip a worm burner hard enough to glass a trail, let the berm get it up. Can't overshoot the green if it goes straight up /taps temple.

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And how many golf balls?



One. It's the one rule we break. No OOB, PLAY IT WHERE IT LIES!



An aside, I am quite disappointed at the content of this thread. Rule of Law has failed, and bike rides and golf trips is all y'all are doing?

If you haven't flipped the header of your Nissan Sentra and run it out the hood by now, I do not know what you are doing with your life.
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April 28th, 2020 at 5:28:42 PM permalink
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For what? Tall grass ain't no thang, and I got the 3I for the trap. Stand way forward and rip a worm burner hard enough to glass a trail, let the berm get it up. Can't overshoot the green if it goes straight up /taps temple.
One. It's the one rule we break. No OOB, PLAY IT WHERE IT LIES!
An aside, I am quite disappointed at the content of this thread. Rule of Law has failed, and bike rides and golf trips is all y'all are doing? If you haven't flipped the header of your Nissan Sentra and run it out the hood by now, I do not know what you are doing with your life.


Although I have never tried it, I think I could get around a course ok with just 7I, PW, and a putter.
One ball? I do not think I have ever played 18 holes of golf in my life using only one ball.
These 2 "duffers" recently played a round left-handed:
https://www.golfchannel.com/news/rickie-fowler-beats-justin-thomas-left-handed-their-own-lefty-championship
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April 29th, 2020 at 12:13:47 AM permalink
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For what? Tall grass ain't no thang, and I got the 3I for the trap. Stand way forward and rip a worm burner hard enough to glass a trail, let the berm get it up. Can't overshoot the green if it goes straight up /taps temple.



One. It's the one rule we break. No OOB, PLAY IT WHERE IT LIES!



An aside, I am quite disappointed at the content of this thread. Rule of Law has failed, and bike rides and golf trips is all y'all are doing?

If you haven't flipped the header of your Nissan Sentra and run it out the hood by now, I do not know what you are doing with your life.



Here's something stupid to do during these times. Lift your dying 65lb dog into the car to take him to the vet so he can go in peace. Let your addled mom be less than no help, and hurt your back trying not to hurt the dog when the lift in goes bad. Let her have hysterics and stay in the car when you get there, and take the dog in by yourself and say goodbye.

Then let the twisted back turn into a trapped nerve that gets worse every day and now wakes you up every time you move in your sleep, screaming in pain, and walking crippled. Do this while hospitals and urgent cares are discouraging anyone from coming in for less than life-threatening issues, and chiropractors are not supposed to be working. No home helpers available right now for cooking or cleaning due to isolation and growing infections locally.

Talk about stupid timing.
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April 29th, 2020 at 12:47:39 AM permalink
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Quote: Face

For what? Tall grass ain't no thang, and I got the 3I for the trap. Stand way forward and rip a worm burner hard enough to glass a trail, let the berm get it up. Can't overshoot the green if it goes straight up /taps temple.



One. It's the one rule we break. No OOB, PLAY IT WHERE IT LIES!



An aside, I am quite disappointed at the content of this thread. Rule of Law has failed, and bike rides and golf trips is all y'all are doing?

If you haven't flipped the header of your Nissan Sentra and run it out the hood by now, I do not know what you are doing with your life.



Here's something stupid to do during these times. Lift your dying 65lb dog into the car to take him to the vet so he can go in peace. Let your addled mom be less than no help, and hurt your back trying not to hurt the dog when the lift in goes bad. Let her have hysterics and stay in the car when you get there, and take the dog in by yourself and say goodbye.

Then let the twisted back turn into a trapped nerve that gets worse every day and now wakes you up every time you move in your sleep, screaming in pain, and walking crippled. Do this while hospitals and urgent cares are discouraging anyone from coming in for less than life-threatening issues, and chiropractors are not supposed to be working. No home helpers available right now for cooking or cleaning due to isolation and growing infections locally.

Talk about stupid timing.




This, too, shall pass.


In the words of Ben Hur Lampman, there is one best place you should bury your dog.
If you bury him in this spot, the secret of which you must already have, he will come to you when you call- come to you over the grim, dim frontiers of death and down a well-remembered path, and to your side again. And though you call a dozen living dogs to heel, they should not growl at him, nor resent his coming, for he is yours and belongs there.
People may scoff at you, who see no lightest blade of grass bent by his footfall, people who have never really had a dog.
Smile at them then, for you shall know something that is hidden from them, and which is well worth knowing. The one best place to bury a good dog is in its Master's heart.
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April 29th, 2020 at 10:18:40 AM permalink
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Here's something stupid to do during these times. Lift your dying 65lb dog into the car to take him to the vet so he can go in peace. Let your addled mom be less than no help, and hurt your back trying not to hurt the dog when the lift in goes bad. Let her have hysterics and stay in the car when you get there, and take the dog in by yourself and say goodbye.

Then let the twisted back turn into a trapped nerve that gets worse every day and now wakes you up every time you move in your sleep, screaming in pain, and walking crippled. Do this while hospitals and urgent cares are discouraging anyone from coming in for less than life-threatening issues, and chiropractors are not supposed to be working. No home helpers available right now for cooking or cleaning due to isolation and growing infections locally.

Talk about stupid timing.


I've had both of these issues (bad back and solo pet farewells @ the vet), but never at the same time.
Get well soon. And sorry to hear about your dog.
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April 29th, 2020 at 10:29:09 AM permalink
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That is the least important of the many rules I break on the golf course.



I wish my family had been into golf when I was growing up. Discovered it too late to really make a go of it as a career. (or attempted career)
Quasimodo? Does that name ring a bell?
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April 29th, 2020 at 2:24:45 PM permalink
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Quote: Face

For what? Tall grass ain't no thang, and I got the 3I for the trap. Stand way forward and rip a worm burner hard enough to glass a trail, let the berm get it up. Can't overshoot the green if it goes straight up /taps temple.



One. It's the one rule we break. No OOB, PLAY IT WHERE IT LIES!



An aside, I am quite disappointed at the content of this thread. Rule of Law has failed, and bike rides and golf trips is all y'all are doing?

If you haven't flipped the header of your Nissan Sentra and run it out the hood by now, I do not know what you are doing with your life.



Here's something stupid to do during these times. Lift your dying 65lb dog into the car to take him to the vet so he can go in peace. Let your addled mom be less than no help, and hurt your back trying not to hurt the dog when the lift in goes bad. Let her have hysterics and stay in the car when you get there, and take the dog in by yourself and say goodbye.

Then let the twisted back turn into a trapped nerve that gets worse every day and now wakes you up every time you move in your sleep, screaming in pain, and walking crippled. Do this while hospitals and urgent cares are discouraging anyone from coming in for less than life-threatening issues, and chiropractors are not supposed to be working. No home helpers available right now for cooking or cleaning due to isolation and growing infections locally.

Talk about stupid timing.



Babs, sorry to hear about your dog. My vet offers to come to the house to put your pets down. I have used that service multiple times because I was unable to move the dog because they were in so much pain.

I empathize with your back pain. Before my spinal fusion last year I was in so much pain just laying in bed that I was actually contemplating amputation of my own leg. Not kidding.
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May 3rd, 2020 at 10:24:27 AM permalink
Other than casinos closed, everything feels normal. Which probably says how much of my lifestyle was dependent on them.

Strip yesterday morning was completely filled with bikes. It almost felt like they closed off everything, just to allow them. Noticed three homemade / modified bikes. One guy was pulling a huge wood cage for his kids, another one the guy was just standing up, like a two-wheel unicycle, another one the guy was reclined so much it was like he was lying down and peddling.

Been visiting some of the rural areas, looking up the homes for sale and trying to think about what it would be like to live there. Moapa Valley is pretty green and Overton seemed to have decent amount of businesses / amenities and very easy to get back to Las Vegas. Searchlight is a great location, 40 minutes to both Laughlin and Henderson. Except the entire place is just a trailerpark.
Mount Charleston is obviously extremely nice, but over $200,000 for a small hut. Sandy Valley could be considered a trailer park, as most everything was a mobile home, but they were all converted into nice houses, each on at least two acres of land. Some of them looked new and well-maintained on great looking properties for fairly cheap. If anyone is ok with living in isolation, it would be a great place. On the California border about 20 miles west of the world's largest Chevron station, which is always worth stopping at anytime you're taking the 15 to California.
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May 3rd, 2020 at 10:41:06 AM permalink
Have you checked out Parumph? The road to Vegas is gradually being widened. The east side of town is not a bad commute from Vegas.
I liked Overton but was told it is a very tight-knit religious community that wasn't particularly friendly to outsiders. Same thing with Dolan Springs.
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May 3rd, 2020 at 10:49:01 AM permalink
BBB,

I'm sorry for your loss and the pain (both physical and emotional) that you are dealing with right now.
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