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    For NAH and all other KP lovers.

    Saw this article and though you might enjoy it. It seems that the world outside GR is waking up to ole KP. Another case of GR being in the forefront and setting the trends.

    Miscalculated Public Perception?
    Forty-nine year old PGA Tour veteran Kenny Perry has long been heralded as one of the true “nice guys” of the Tour. While it certainly seems this way on tv and through the way that he carries himself, I can’t help but remember two surprising incidents involving him within the last year that have totally changed my perception of him. Recently, Kenny fired his long-time caddie Fred Sanders in favor of putting his son, Justin on the bag. While I certainly don’t have a problem with Kenny wanting his son on the bag, it’s the way that Kenny handled it that was so classless and sad. Kenny fired his longtime caddie through his agent the day after he had caddied for him at the Barclays tournament, and when asked about the move all Kenny would say was, “Guys, I really don’t want to talk about that.” That’s like breaking up with a longtime significant other through a text message. Why couldn’t Kenny simply just have had a one on one with his caddie to tell him of the move? One other incident was following last year’s Ryder Cup, after Kenny helped the U.S. pull off an impressive victory in his home state of Kentucky. Immediately following the event was the FedEx Cup’s finale, The Tour Championship. Kenny whined and moaned about having to play in a golf tourney immediately after the Ryder Cup rather than getting to relax and enjoy the victory, saying, “It's ruined my greatest week in my life, coming here. It really has.” Wow Kenny, playing four days of golf at a historic golf course where last place pays over $100,000 really must be tough, I feel really bad for you. It’s really a shame that sometimes public perception just isn’t the full picture.
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    Don't forget when he cheated by improving his lie in the rough, or when he gutlessly avoided the majors to bully up on Nationwide fields to make the Ryder Cup.
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    A true wanker (as Edgey would say).
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    2 things....

    1- i'm sure there were other circumstances other than him just wanting his son on the bag which lead him to let go of his caddie... and we prob will never know... as far as him not directly firing him, i mean i don't think it matters... and how do we know that kenny didnt later call him... or maybe there was some disagreement and kenny didn't feel like he could talk to his ex-caddie just yet...
    2- the Ryder cup last year was kenny's biggest goal of his carear according to him... so i mean imagine it from his standpoint... could he have stated his feelings a little better yes, in the end does it matter that much?? no...

    kenny perry is a good guy regardless of what idiot reasons that you can come up with... i mean he almost won the masters, and the tour championship this year a tournament which WERENT weak 2nd rate fields... but still ya'll just say he's a hacker...

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    Kp is a b itch
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoonerBS
    A true wanker (as Edgey would say).
    Question to all you Yanks

    Is the word "Wanker" a UK/Aus/NZ only word, or is it used in America?

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgey
    Question to all you Yanks

    Is the word "Wanker" a UK/Aus/NZ only word, or is it used in America?

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    It isn't used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Horseballs
    It isn't used.
    Perhaps you could drop it into conversation. View it as a GR mission to make it an accepted American term.

    I am sure you can think of any number of Americans that could be described by it.

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    The only time wanker is used in america is after a top gear episode or after eating one of those candy bars that says not for girls
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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpnRun
    The only time wanker is used in america is after a top gear episode or after eating one of those candy bars that says not for girls
    Candy Bar??

    Is that the same as Bar of Chocolate

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    Yorkie bars !!!! Funniest candy bar ever !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BumpnRun
    Yorkie bars !!!! Funniest candy bar ever !!!
    Yorkie, its not for girls!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edgey
    Question to all you Yanks

    Is the word "Wanker" a UK/Aus/NZ only word, or is it used in America?

    Edgey
    As an international cultural observer and multi-linguist, where you chaps might say "Wanker", the yanks would instead say "Cock.sucker" or possibly "Yankee Fan".
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    As usual, GR is right on the money. He is a proven cheat, a renowned weak field bully, and now a classless boss and whiner to boot. IMO KP is a lowlife, white trash, bottom feeder and has absloutely no redeeming qualities.

    PM, you'd better watch yourself with posts like that. You'll lose all the credibility you built up from whomping SDB1 (or whoever the hell it was you stomped on a few months back).
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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    As an international cultural observer and multi-linguist, where you chaps might say "Wanker", the yanks would instead say "Cock.sucker".
    We use that expression too.

    Do you guys know what 'wank' actually means? It's what SoonerBS would be inclined to do over a naked picture of Serena Williams or a beautiful snap of some GFF blades.

    I'm sure Sooner even has a smiley for this!
    I chose the road less traveled.

    Now where the f#ck am I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Player
    We use that expression too.

    Do you guys know what 'wank' actually means? It's what SoonerBS would be inclined to do over a naked picture of Serena Williams or a beautiful snap of some GFF blades.

    I'm sure Sooner even has a smiley for this!
    Go take a look at his last comment on the best golf ball thread.
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    I believe I do. Italians can communicate anything with hand signals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lorenzoinoc
    I believe I do. Italians can communicate anything with hand signals.
    LOL - that hand signal is universal. Not Italian.
    I chose the road less traveled.

    Now where the f#ck am I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a hacker
    Go take a look at his last comment on the best golf ball thread.
    It's not that one. Sooner has one with a smiley face smiling with delight.
    I chose the road less traveled.

    Now where the f#ck am I?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Player
    It's not that one. Sooner has one with a smiley face smiling with delight.
    Just for you, Kiwi . . . . . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi Player
    LOL - that hand signal is universal. Not Italian.
    Much like spaghetti.
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