It’s baaaaaaaaaaaaaack. One of our old favorites! We haven’t had a rehash of the vapid, the crazy, the deluded, or the mind-numbingly boring Facebook posts in far too long, and we could all use a good laugh, with all the bad news about Iran getting ready to nuke everyone, and Russia preparing to annex Alaska.
“You keep talking about, then you never bring it back,” complained AWITP correspondent Rodney Zilla, and he’s right. Besides, now is the perfect time since I need few more days to finish my Golf News Net articles on Boston Golf and Washington Golf.
So here we go: ten more reasons to remember that not every thought is worthy of public expression.
10. I like my sandals. (React: Either this person is baked off their gourd, or needs to read a good book…)
9. The World is going to end on September 23 when a meteor hits the Earth. (Okay. If that’s the case, why aren’t you heading for a cave in Switzerland?)
8. I miss your sweet ass. (Wait…wait…wait! What???!!! I’ve heard of bromances, but this is ridiculous:)
7. #FreeBrady. (Yeah, okay, good luck with that…)
6. My son’s American Legion team is up 1-0 after 1, now it’s 3-2 in the third, now it’s 3-3 in the fourth, now it’s 6-4 in the 6th…(React: It’s more the incessant caravan posts every three-and-a-half minutes that’s more annoying than the competitive parenting.)
5. I break my workplace dress code every day! (And how many of your co-workers and bosses are you friends with on Facebook?)
4. Chicken and rice for dinner. (What? No beer and pizza?)
3. Beer and pizza for dinner. (Well, there you go…)
2. Someone should help this dude in Nigeria! He’s willing to pay you a lot of money. (Yes…even after almost two decades of debunking, someone on my page actually thought this was real…)
…and the Number 1 Think Before you Facebook Something STUPID post for this edition:
Hey Look! My name means “Fearsome Goddess” Wow! That’s exactly the same as 420 million other people!
Another terrific Jay’s plays show in the books! 50 year media center vet Marino Parascemzo joined us to talk Tiger, the Tour, Oakmont, and more! Always great to have a grizzled old pro whose been everywhere and done everything.
Then we take a trip out to Boston to check out Granite Links, the John Sanford-designed golf course that was the springboard for his getting the Ferry point Job. PGA Head Pro Stephen Clancy joined in, along with Chang the delivery boy from Hang Shing, who dropped by mid-interview so John could mow some egg rolls at us! Comedy!
For my post-PGA Championship episode, Ryan Ballengee and I got to interview 50 year Bay Area sports writing legend Art Spander. We talk Jason Day, Tiger, Rory and 50 years of Art’s world travels. From Wimbledon to the Super Bowl to the NBA Finals, Art’s been everywhere and done everything. Join us in celebrating 50 years Bay sports excellence!
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