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About MikeM58

  • Birthday 11/07/1959


  • Interests (Hobbies, favorite activities, etc.):
    The great outdoors
  • What I do for a living:
    Retired, part time Real Estate agent/investor

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    St. Louis, MO

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  1. I don’t see how you can.
  2. I don't disagree, but hitting off mats helps me gain confidence if my swing seems to have gone all to hell. I'm lucky to be near a range that has grass as well as mats. I use both, except for Driver, which I only hit off grass with my own tees. You are right about learning more on the course though IMO, just not always an option.
  3. So these are pre-planned by the government who hire the gunmen?
  4. These stories never start with the wife saying, “you know what? You were right”, at my house either!
  5. Got our first fake tree 3 years ago at a Black Friday sale at Home Depot. 7 ft, pre lit for less than $100. Takes about 10 minutes to lug it from the basement to all set up. Should have done it years ago. Same size real tree in St. Louis county goes for around $125-$150.
  6. I’m not ok with politicians grandstanding on their pet gripe if it’s a detriment to the nation and those that serve it. There were other avenues he could have taken to make his point. Nobody is claiming the military is or should have “free reign” to do whatever they want.
  7. He’s punishing the wrong people. What gives this POS the right to hold up the careers of service members? He never served. He can hold whatever political opinion he wants but it was a completely dbag move to use service members for his political stunt IMO. Are you disappointed that he’s letting these promotions through now?
  8. Over 400 military personnel will have the freeze imposed on them by one asshat (Tommy Tuberville) very soon. He's still not going to approve anyone over three stars. What a POS this guy is.
  9. We are several decades from that happening. These things take time.
  10. I’ll be asking for Pro V1’s for Christmas!
  11. I’m right there with you! Lol
  12. On Monday, the New York Times’ Charlie Savage, Jonathan Swan, and Maggie Haberman authored a piece making the case that “a Second Trump Presidency May be More Radical Than His First.” They contend that checks on Trump would be “weaker,” and he would have a stronger opportunity to implement “more extreme policy plans.” The trio wrote: The Atlantic announced Monday morning that it is launching a special issue that “warns of the grave and extreme consequences if former President Trump were to win in 2024” and argues that “Trump and Trumpism pose an existential threat to America and to the ideas that animate it.” Eight essays from the issue were published on Monday, and four more will be released daily through Friday. In one piece published Monday titled “The Danger Ahead,” David Frum writes, “If he wins the election, Trump will commit the first crime of his second term at noon on Inauguration Day: His oath to defend the Constitution of the United States will be a perjury.” Frum adds: Forthcoming pieces in the collection include titles such as “China Will Get Stronger,” “Extremists Emboldened,” and “Civil Rights Undone.” […] The similar narratives from the three publications come as Democrats are reportedly concerned about Biden’s prospects in a potential general election rematch with Trump. Biden, who turned 81 in November, had an average approval rating on Black Friday that was worse than his last three predecessors, including Trump’s, at similar points in their presidencies, according to RealClearPolitics’ data. Moreover, he trails Trump in the RealClearPolitics polling average by 1.7 percentage points and lags in much of the latest swing state polling. Should Trump address those fears and that perception or just ignore it and trust the polls?
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