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Just like numerous other threads on here, this one's really going to excell..OH BOY, I CAN'T WAIT.
You're number 52 just makes my day and makes this thread worthwhile for me even if I have to put up with the usual Moriarty crap and posts from others like the following:"This is hilarious. Tom starts a thread which he quickly turns into a continuation of his passive-aggressive campaign (assuming that was not in fact the impetus for the thread), calls out the usual suspects, then gets all offended when one of the targets returns fire."Things like the above quote are just the minor distractions of life and the times on here compared to what I believe Mac Plumart is about to experience (and hopefully others with other projects) because of a thread thought like this one.
He's a trip and if you really buy into his outlook then I suggest all of you go over to Afganistan with him and win this damn war for us once and for all.
Quote from: TEPaul on July 28, 2010, 01:07:27 PM He's a trip and if you really buy into his outlook then I suggest all of you go over to Afganistan with him and win this damn war for us once and for all.We're not real big on ending wars around here, win or lose.Joe
Ben Sims:What do you mean you have 30 days of leave? Are you in the military? Let's find you a good project and site to go visit. Which architects would you most enjoy meeting and hanging around on a site with? Have you asked MacWood and Moriarty to join you yet? If so which architects do you feel they would most like to hang out with? For MacWood, I would personally recommend Ron Prichard. Moriarty is a bit harder to tell but Tom Fazio or Rees Jones just might be the ticket for him. Or if you guys would like to learn from a true "macro thinker" and with a military background and an incredible knack for all things Topo Maps, I would be delighted to introduce you all to my new best friend, the one and only LESTER George! He's a trip and if you really buy into his outlook then I suggest all of you go over to Afganistan with him and win this damn war for us once and for all.
Yeah, Tom MacWood, I see on one of the high-tech click options of this website that you are looking at this old thread. As I have said to you for years on this website, spending a week or more on the site of an architectural project is something you should try which apparently you never have. Don't believe me, because you obviously don't like to----listen to others then----and if you do or can you would just not believe what you could and probably would learn about golf course architecture that you pretty obviously do not know.