Sports by Randy Charles Morin.
Copyright 2005-10 Randy Charles Morin
Owned by Rapid Spiral Development Inc.
Summer Vacation, Day 23, July 31st 2010.
The Saturday of the Pocono weekend was the 1st Camping World Truck race held there. Big day. But let's start with breakfast. Like my setup? That's my propane grill on top of my mounted dual purpose firepit-charcoal grill. I have it all.
I refer to my kids as ABC (their 1st initials), so when we say ABC hashbrowns, we bought in.
Gotta love this bar slash golf cart. NASCAR fans have the greatest golf carts.
View from the rooftops. Some of these rooftop contraptions are amazing.
Let's go truck race.
My tat. LOL! Temp. Lame. FAIL!
Awesome M&M golf carts.
The neighbors on the corner had the Nationwide race on TV for all to watch. My kids took advantage. These neighbors always occupy the same spot opposite fenceline site #1.
They also host beer pong and flip cup games. I rock at flip cup. After the guys lost about six games in-a-row, I showed them a couple tricks, joined in and we kicked the girls asses. I hit my 1st and only flip. I'm king of flip cup. I would've played longer, but I had the three kids.
Pics of all the Spring Cup favs during practice earlier in the day.
Overnight, we added fan forums for all the LPGA lady golfers.
TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS REVISED 2008 SCHEDULE
15 vs. Bloomington Jr. High School Girls
22 vs. Cub Scout Troop #101
29 vs. CNIB Senior Team
5 vs. Spanish-American War Vets
12 vs. Crippled Children's Hospital
19 vs. St. Cloud Home for Wayward Girls
26 vs. Girl Scout Troop #69
5 vs. Ontario VD Clinic Post #3
12 vs. Church Street Boy's Choir
19 vs. Korean War Amputees
26 vs. VA Hospital Polio Patients
Special Monday Night Game:
March 3 vs. Utopia Gay Boys
The Toronto Maple Leafs will be changed to the Toronto Tampons' as they are only good for one period, and they don't have a second string.
Paul Maurice will be replaced by Pamela Anderson. No doubt she will blow a few, but she won't choke up on the BIG ONE.
1. When playing the Girl Scouts, the Leafs must not eat their cookies.
2. The Leafs will be allowed to substitute with band members at any time during the game.
3. When playing the Polio Patients, the Leafs must not disconnect any of the leg braces.
4. There will be no more dancing with opposing teams, like the last time they played the Utopia Gay Boys.
5. The Leafs MUST PROMISE to remember that when the referee drops the puck, this signals the beginning of play. This is to ensure that no more time will be wasted while the Leafs try to figure out what just happened.
6. The Leafs must also stop tangling the crippled children in the net mesh.
"GOLF LEAFS GOLF"
I found a great article on who and how PGA golfers can win the FedexCup next weekend. Only Tiger and Steve Stricker have the cup in their hands. If either win, then they win. On the other hand, if somebody else wins, then it's decided by the scorekeepers. Check it out! Further if Stricker doesn't finished in the top three, Mickelson doesn't finished in the top two and neither Choi or Sabbatini win. The most likely outcome is that none of the top 5 compete and Tiger wins by default and that would be a Fedex joke.
It's the end of the 2006-07 season and the Leafs will be watching the Islanders-Devils today to determine if they advance to the playoffs or the golf cource. I predict the golf course.
Here's my NHL Award Predictions:
This guy copied the Tiger Woods golf tricks commercial. Too cool!
CNN: Tiger Woods' father, Earl, died on Wednesday at the age of 74 after a lengthy battle against cancer.
Randy: The Greatest Golf Father ever!
AP: Michelle Wie, the Hawaii teen who has been competing against golf's best players since she was in the seventh grade, turned professional Wednesday.
Randy: She's still only 15, has signed $10M deals with Nike and Sony and donated $500k to hurriance relief.
Jean Van de Velde did it again. Best known for throwing away a three shot lead at the last hole of the 1999 British Open. Van de Velde needed par on the last hole of the French Open, but faltered and lost the tournament when he triple-bogeyed in the playoff losing to a double-bogey by Jean-Francois Remesy.
define: Van de Velde - Win the first 71 holes of a national tournament and lose to the pressure of the last hole and playoff.