Thursday, February 11, 2010


read carefully


At 1:29 PM, February 12, 2010, Blogger RH said...

A few years back I was standing on No. 6 tee at Westview during an outing when I got smacked on the leg by ball from No. 7 fairway. Turns out was struck by a Blessing Hospital employee who I know well.

Hmmmmmmmmm .....

At 1:43 PM, February 12, 2010, Blogger UMRBlog said...

That is either a big hook, a big pull or both at the same time!


At 6:35 AM, February 15, 2010, Anonymous Righty1 said...

I do believe Shakespeare had the answer.

At 7:15 AM, February 15, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So they have to prove he was negligent in "failing to aim properly, failing to properly execute the swing of his golf club"?

And it is significant that he is "an experienced golfer"?

Was he golfing while intoxicated? Had he failed to read the latest issue in Golf Digest on "How to control your Hookers"? (or did I read that in "Pimp's Life"?)

Can she even prove it was his ball that hit her, and not one of the other fifteen in the yard?

Looks like another chance for some lawyers to run up some fees in a nuisance lawsuit ... it should not have proceeded, as I see it. If the jury denies all claims, will that set precedent?

At 12:56 PM, February 18, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...


No wonder they call ya Rot-Knee!!! LOL

couldn't resist


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