Real Life Tin Cup … Heckler David Johnson Sinks 12-Foot Putt that Team Europe’s McIlroy & Stenson Consistently Missed During Ryder Cup Practice Round & Fans Go Crazy (VIDEO)
ONE IN A MILLION OPPORTUNITY AND SHOT AT THE RYDER CUP …
If all else fails for the Americans at this year’s Ryder Cup, they can always sign up David Johnson to play a round. Who you ask? Why David Johnson of course. He had been heckling Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson who had been consistently missing a 12 foot putt. Enter David Johnson of North Dakota who shouted to the players that even he could make that putt. The two Euro players took him up on his challenge, handed him the putter, placed a C-note on the green and the rest is “Tin Cup” golf lore.
This might actually be the best thing ever.
During a practice round on Thursday at the Ryder Cup, Rory McIlroy and Henrik Stenson were practicing a 12 foot putt that they just couldn’t make. Six times each they missed, according to the PGA Tour’s Ben Everill, at which point fan David Johnson of North Dakota shouted to the players that even he could make that putt.
Stenson pulled him onto the green and handed him a putter, while Justin Rose plopped down a crisp $100. If he could make the putt on his first try, he could keep it.
More of the VIDEO
A discussing with David Johnson
Remains ID’d of North Carolina Teen Erica Parsons Who Went Missing in 2011 … Found in South Carolina
The remains were found in the Pageland Mount Croghan area of Chesterfield County Tuesday was that of Erica Parsons who went missing in 2011. The North Carolina girl was last seen in November 2011, but her family didn’t report her missing until July 2013. At the time, she was just 13 years old. Both parents are currently incarcerated in federal prison on numerous counts, including mail fraud and conspiracy to defraud the government, among others. Erica Parsons found buried in rural South Carolina.
Human remains found in Chesterfield County, South Carolina, are confirmed to be those of missing teen Erica Parsons, according to officials, CBS affiliate WBTV reports.
The remains were found in the Pageland Mount Croghan area of Chesterfield County Tuesday. Family members told WBTV they were asked to go to the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office on Friday.
According to a release from the Rowan County Sheriff’s Office they, along with the FBI, obtained leads in August of 2016 that Erica was “more than likely deceased.” On September 27, the release states, the remains were located. They were then sent to the NC Medical Examiner’s Office and were identified as the young girl.
Investigators have not said how the remains were located, or indicated how Parsons may have died.
Parsons was reported missing from Rowan County in July of 2013, but had reportedly not been seen for two years prior to that time.
Parsons was reported missing by her adoptive brother, Jamie Parsons, who said she had not been seen since November 2011. Parsons was reportedly adopted by Sandy and Casey Parsons at birth.
Jamie Parsons told investigators he asked his parents where Erica was and they said they had gone to Asheville to take Erica to her grandmother’s residence. He said he has not seen Erica since.
I guess we can add murder to the list as well.
Erica’s adoptive parents, Sandy and Casey Parsons, initially told authorities they had last seen their daughter when she went to a relative’s house – but investigators later determined they were lying, according to WCNC.
Both parents are incarcerated in federal prison on numerous counts, including mail fraud and conspiracy to defraud the government, among others.
Prosecutors in a May 2015 trial said the Parsons continued to claim Erica as a dependent for tax purposes for almost two years before she was finally reported missing.
IT IS NOT ONLY SILLY ON THE SURFACE, IT’S SILLY OVERALL AND COMPLETE BS …
What now we have a war on Halloween? The WAPO asks, in a never-ending liberal agenda and wusification of America, is your dog’s Halloween costume sexist? Seriously folks, really? This is what you consume your time with? Because some how if a female dog is dressed up like a French maid and a male dog is a doctor or fireman, that is the end of the world and going to cause irreparable harm to little girls? GET OVER YOURSELF! I asked the same question that was posed at Twitchy, how the hell did this get into the pages of the WAPO and how is this journalism? These fools will only be happy if a male bulldog is dressed in a pink tu-tu with a fucsia boa.
Can liberals just leave stuff alone and take their meds?
Don’t be telling me what I can and cannot wear
Young girls may be discarding their princess wands for superhero capes this Halloween, but not so in the canine world.
The glass ceiling appears to be firmly in place at PetSmart, where career costumes labeled “male” include firefighter and police officer, while female dogs can choose between a pink cowgirl costume and pink loofah.
On the site BaxterBoo.com, options for your female pooch include “sweet heart nurse” or French maid. “Any tidy girl dog will look adorable wearing this French Maid Dog Costume,” the site’s description reads. “Whether your pup is a clean freak or a messy mutt, she will enjoy playing ‘dress up’ in this fun costume.”
The choices for male dogs, meanwhile, include fireman, mob boss and doctor (suggested pairing: “match up with a girl friend with the Sweet Heart Nurse Dog Costume.”)
“It seems silly on the surface, but this is part of a larger message we’re sending, that there are certain jobs for men, and certain jobs for women,” said Scott Lawrie, 36, who co-hosts a podcast, ‘She will not be ignored,’ about gender issues. “The career options for women — and dogs — need to go beyond pink loofahs and pink cowgirls.”
Daily Commentary – Friday, September 30, 2016 – Well it’s One Week Closer to the General Election in the United States
- Who do you think would make a better President, Donald J. Trump or Hillary Clinton?
Daily Commentary – Thursday, September 29, 2016 – The New TV Season is Upon Us and There’s One Show to Me Worth Watching
- “This Is Us” is a nice family show about every day problems.