Monthly Archives: August 2014

Right and Wrong

Some men imagine they are always right and others believe they are always wrong; both men are difficult to be around, but one is more exhausting than the other. [8/31/14] Advertisements

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The End Nears

Proverbs are like pieces of fudge: a few produce great joy, but many prompt a churning of the stomach.  I say it again, a few proverbs are interesting and thought-provoking, but too many produce irritation and resentment. [8/30/14]

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To Ask or Not To Ask

When conditions are ‘bad’, a sadistic and insecure Superintendent asks golfers about course maintenance; when conditions are ‘good’, a prideful and insecure Superintendent asks golfers about course quality. [8/28/14]

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Likes

A young Superintendent likes what others like; an old one likes what he likes. [8/28/14]

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Vultures

A thriving golf course is full of birds; a prudent Superintendent searches for one with more eagles than vultures. [8/27/14]

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Bills

Billbugs and bill collectors have one thing in common: deliverers of misery. [8/26/14]  

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To Infinity and Beyond

A temporal Superintendent rules by the power of his fist; an enduring one leads by the benevolence of his heart. [8/25/14]

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