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Sunday, March 3, 2013
Bob out of jail on 6
Labels: golf, Sharp Park
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Are you playing on one of those old-time sepia courses again? It may be time to move on to the 21st century and color.
The time travel to the last century has caused some problems. The sepia effect, the name of the course being played. It says "live blogging Lincoln" but looks suspiciously like Sharp Park. I sense a disturbance in the Force.
You never know what will happen when you fuck with time-space continuum. Consider what happened to Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home I mean - you could consider it if it wasn't unwatchable.
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