October 04, 2007

Can't escape the Nutty Left even on the golf course

This past Sunday I played what may be my last round of golf of the year at the Three Little Bakers course in Pike Creek. I played a good front nine (43) but considerably worse on the back (50) for a not-so-hot-for-me 93 total. But, my buddy Roger and I really didn't care -- it was a spectacular day, and even though our tee time was the same [start] time as the Phils' game against Washington where they clinched the division, we had our wives sending us text messages for game updates!

But even on the friggin' golf course we couldn't escape the dalliances of the Nutty Left. On the 8th hole, near the green, there was an abandoned old stone building. Smack dab in the middle of it some dunce dubbing himself "Che" spray-painted the phrase "Legalize it" (click image to see larger version):

First of all, legalize what? It's probably a safe assumption it is some kind of drug, most likely marijuana. Second, is this yet another dope (no pun intended) seeking to glorify Che Guevara? At first glance it appears to be the case, but was Guevara in favor of drug legalization? That, and Guevara didn't use an accent mark on the "e" in his nickname.

Posted by Hube at October 4, 2007 04:06 PM | TrackBack

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Every golfer should have at least one moment in life that to improve game by making better choices on the golf course and Game Management Skills.It is the quickest and easiest way for most golfers to improve and to achieve their destinations in golf. Improving and reaching your destination is not an easy job . It takes time and practice. It is an important consideration when you are serious about the game.

Posted by: David at October 5, 2007 05:23 AM

Judging by "David", apparently we can't escape comment spamming either.

Posted by: JakeM at October 5, 2007 09:46 AM