I'd like a piece of the action, too.
I'll take $50 on JDintheSC's proposition. He's got it right. Not if, but when?
The set up at Merion will be treacherous this year, according to the USGA, but as well as Woods is playing right now, he is capable of hitting a wicker basket during play, and taking one home on Sunday.
Your right... he's only won 4 starts in 2013 alone, what a has been!! (<--I wanted to state for the record that this is sarcasm because I suspect you sometimes miss the obvious). Quick question: how many other multiple event winners are there on tour in 2013?
My real question is how can I get in on this bet of winning (at least) one more major because it's not really a matter of if, but when?
They'll be doing an in-store on Monday at 4pm at Monster Music in WA!
"Concrete floors and stainless steel appliances, designed to attract young professionals and college students..." We think it's sad that youth is so often equated with bad taste today. Please don’t count us in on that claim! "Trying to appeal to the youth" is often an excuse for bad standards and poor materials, and often plain lack of materials (e.g., "loft-style" ceilings usually means exposed ducts - hideous - but see the developers don't have to pay for covering them - some "feature"!). Why don't these developers try to raise standards instead of catering to undeveloped, unrefined teenage tastes?
And Golden Ratio (nice tag) - if you want more sustainable buildings, then more glass-and-steel "modern" buildings are the very last thing you ought to be promoting in this sub-tropical climate; look around - the traditionally-built buildings last the longest. We don't need greenhouses here; the glass-and-steel buildings need constant, year-round air-conditioning and are uninhabitable when the electricity goes out. To get an idea of what we mean, check out the new CofC Science Building on the corner of Calhoun and Coming - a South-facing glass box. Go inside. Try to make yourself comfortable.
FC, well played, sir. Well played.
Chris Haire, if you delete this comment and try to renege on the bet I will run you out of town on a rail! Screen captured!
Let's talk about the real bummer here: you know Sergio's got himself some killer, personal chef that can no doubt whip up some smack-your-momma-good, fried chicken. And yet, for a variety of valid philosophical and cultural reasons, Tiger's gotta tell him to go fly a kite.
I'm not saying that Tiger probably enjoys fried chicken; I'm saying EVERYONE enjoys a good fried chicken. And he's gotta turn it down.
Good food is whatever you like. The constant lists and award cycles from every source imaginable are going to kill a lot of worthy restaurants and replace them with PR machines. Now, regarding the sauce comment, a quick look at Franklin BBQ's website shows that they are bottling and selling their sauce in 150+ TX grocery stores. I don't really care and I have absolutely nothing against them, but it shows a pretty clear appreciation of sauce to put your name on it and sell it. It also points out the hypocrisy in TX Monthly's litany of hubris.
Thanks Jaxx. You are absolutely right. Fixed it.
@Ron, they also wear sashes, duh!
@Driftaway: I'm sometimes amazed at the awe in which folks like this hold homosexuals, as if they're all X-men with mind control powers, hell-bent on "converting" people. I suppose it really boils down to them having to really consider what they really believe, and finding it easier to call all gays satanic rather than question anything they are pretty sure they read in the Bible.
"B-b-b-but, if I knowingly teach a gay how to tie a clove hitch, then I'll be damned to hell fire eternally!" Right.
Lower density, higher prices, less parking? F*cking genius.
who wouldn't want to watch charlie papazian for 20 seconds to hear what they are? so cool that they got him to record a video for it
It's funny how that No. 1 ranking can be accomplished without winning a major.
I'll take your bet. I'll wager a day at a day spa with Andre Bauer.
I'd be happy to take that "will never win another major" bet. I have a feeling they said the same about the greatest player of my father's generation.
Also, check a dictionary. "Washed up has-been" applies to people far past their prime who can't compete any more. Tiger, as noted, is still number 1, and will almost certainly remain on he very top tier of professional players for years to come.
Interesting counter-punch. But get your sh** straight: Aaron Franklin doesn't 'serve' any of his meats with anything. You want to sauce it, your go to the other counter and pour it yourself.
Amazing that you have to watch a video to find out the most crucial piece of information in the article. Not even a mention of the ingredient AFTER the embedded video... Poor, poor writing.
We here at Craftsmen appreciate all reviews and comments, both positive and negative. We are brand new and know that we have plenty of room to grow into our identity. I do feel that we are offering a very good product that is unique to our dining community by focusing on offering a good selection of beers and casual, well executed food that is intended to elevate the drinking experience. As far as pricing is concerned, we feel that we have placed ourselves on the moderate end of the spectrum, but rare beers and specialty beers are always going to cost more. The beer community is a friendly one, full of camaraderie and a desire for everyone to succeed in the quest to make people happy. That is something we believe in at Craftsmen, too. So thanks to everyone who has been in or will come in the future, and know that we are listening and working hard to become a great addition to an already fabulous dining scene.
Also, unlike politics, movies, and the business world where comebacks are truly possible, athletics is a young man's game. The physical wear and tear has already taken a toll on Tiger. He may have the No. 1 ranking now, but he will never be the dominate player that he once was. It's really only downhill from here.
Actually Drew. I do watch golf. The point is Tiger hasn't won a major since 2008, and odds are, he will never win another one. When it comes to majors these days, Tiger generally has a good round on Thursday and Friday and then blows it on Saturday. By Sunday, he's irrelevant except for being the TMZ sideshow freak that he is.
Washed up has-been?? He's the #1 ranked golfer in the world. You don't follow sports much, do you?
I get what you are saying. I didn't really consider it freedom of speech, as TV stations are all privately owned (aside from PBS). I just disagree with censorship in general, and feel that it should be up to the stations to decide what is allowed to be said on their broadcasts. I don't like the government controlling all aspects of this. Oh damn, I am starting to sound like a libertarian.
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