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Discussion in 'Golf' started by Menelik, Mar 15, 2019.
All much ado about nothing.
Where you been at? 50+ people have been indicted, that one actress was fired from hallmark and had to post a million dollar bond.
Yes, but it doesn't mean that every single person who has done business with this firm is using it for nefarious reasons. It's the same as if your doctor was indicted for writing tons of bogus prescriptions but you never asked for or received any. So is Mickelson guilty by association?
"guilty by association"
Great reply Why not give an actual thought out opinion when you come here apparently only to leave links and then what -- monitor our reactions like we're lab rats? Why did you post this? What is your opinion of whether Mickelson is one of the people who engaged in bribery?
To me, this is just another example of the endemic corruption in this country, which is almost always in favor of the 1%, while those at the top are always trying to get the bottom 80% at each other's throats based on race, ethnicity, religion, and gender and sexual preference divide and conquer tactics.
The College Admissions Scandal Is A Perfect Example Of How Deeply Corrupt America Has Become
My HONEST replies and OPINIONS seem to trigger people Don; I've talked to you about this before. My opinion on this though...it wouldn't surprise me IF he is guilty. Like you said the 1% seem to be able to do WTF they want regardless of ethnicity. Btw my "study" of sites like this ended years ago. Trust me I got better things to do then "monitor" people on a website.
Sir, It's not a question of where I've been. It's just more meaningless baloney to titillate the masses. Most of these young people have little to no business bothering about any type of academic instruction past 16-18 years of age. They learn nothing. The only "good" that comes from it is a bunch of middle aged slobs (the instructors) get to prance around and act as if they know a thing or two and it keeps them and the "students" off the streets for a few years more.
Exactamundo. I remember one academic who got fed up with what passes for "academia" nowadays calling the current college system a "jobs program for the upper middle class."