Tom has played some golf in his day. Some of that golf was with Michele. Also Rocco, but he decided not to show up in person today. But who doesn’t play golf is young people who aren’t from Asia. Is it cultural, generational, or third option? If we knew for sure we’d probably be getting paid by the PGA Tour.
Bush Sr. has been copping feels, Eric Bolling has been sending pictures, and Bill O’Reilly hates God for it all. And if that’s not enough, Chaka Khan still isn’t in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
What country is the best? I think we all know Tom’s answer. It’s a country that’s not known for its golf, but it does participate in it, much like Tom himself.
We’re about as far from down home country as you can get in the country, but in the modern era you can get whatever you want whenever you want it, and that includes chocolate chip cookies, which are apparently rare elsewhere.
It’s an eclectic mix today in terms of ancestry, favorite teams, and religion. But everyone feels the same way about white guilt.
They just came out with the latest list of most violent cities, and unsurprisingly Ms. Pat is from one of them. She’s done it all, and she’s written a book about it called Rabbit.
The news and sitcoms are all anyone watches, which is a lot like the 80s, only nothing on TV is nearly as popular. Being killed in a terrorist attack, on the other hand, seems to be rising in popularity.
Everyone’s interested in the PGA Tour and the NFL season. Not so much the latter, but like every year a surprise would be nice.
Let’s discuss legendary figures. Richard Pryor. OJ Simpson. Slenderman. Moses the cultist. Those are the four most legendary thing we can think of.
It’s heritage day, which isn’t a whole lot different from usual, except this time we have two people whose lineage changes according to their whim.