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Question about Golf??? PLEASE ANSWER!!! Serious responses only!?

Question by Chloe O.: Question about Golf??? PLEASE ANSWER!!! Serious responses only!?
Hi there, so my dad’s friend gave me a Cleveland Putter that he said goes with a matching set, the club or stick itself, look almost like a Pool Que, and seems a bit loose, and dated, but in decent condition. I guess my question is that the Putter is heavier, and i think it, and the ones with the set are a Man’s Set. So Should i get these clubs and use them? I figure that with the weight i can Increase my power level and distance, when i start using lighter Woman’s clubs when i rejoin my schools Golf team. My other and last question is that I’m Fairly short (“5’3”), and would this be a good choice when the putter is up to my waist. I’m sorry that this is so long but i just want to make sure i explained enough. THANKS. πŸ˜€

Best answer:

Answer by x-15a2
There’s way too much here to consider and to be able to give you any kind of an accurate answer. I suggest showing the equipment to your golf coach and see what she\he thinks about your plan.

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**HGH Questions**?

Question by joe: **HGH Questions**?
Is HGH administered intamusculary or intravenously? Once administered, does it equally affect all parts of the body?
For ex. (equal increase in torso and legs.) What are some other effects of hgh besides increase in height? Legally, under what circumstances may a doctor prescribe HGH to a patient?
It is my understanding that HGH may be prescribed to a patient who is “short.”
Why can’t a tall person, or anyone for that matter be prescribed HGH? Often short people, who are not even gh deficient, are prescribed HGH. But for what reason, so they can feel more fit into society’s standards? Why do doctors feel its necessary to physically treat a psycholigical problem, such as short man’s syndrome? Why can’t people of average height be offered HGH, and get the same benefits (other than height increase) that short people do

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Answer by Abby
did you ask your doc??? bad boy lol well it might be because a short person has different growth tissues and different everything not that they are different but maybe its something in there genetics etc

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Q&A: What do you think of these Cricket jokes…?

Question by Kookee: What do you think of these Cricket jokes…?
1. In school, the sports master and English teacher asked one of his brighter pupils to spell “bowling”.

Back came the answer : “B-o-e-l-i-n.” “That,” said he, “is the worst spell of bowling I’ve ever seen.”

2. A slip fieldsman had a particularly depressing day during which he dropped no less than ten catches all off the same bowler. After the game he was talking to the bowler when he broke off and looked at his watch. “I must go,” he said, “I have a train to catch.” The bowler looked at him bitterly. “Let’s hope you have better luck with that, then.”

3. The captain looked at his ageing batsman. ‘You know,’ he said, ‘it’s a pity you didn’t take up the game sooner.’

‘You mean I’d be better now?’

‘No. You’d have given it up long ago!’

4. An American had been told to go to a cricket match while he was in England. He watched with pleasure as the teams came out and the batsman scored four runs off the first six balls.

Then the umpire called “OVER”.

“Well,” he said, getting up, “it’s a nice game – but it’s very short!”

5. In a far-off eastern country, the game of cricket was the most popular sport. Everybody played it, even the royal family. But one day, the king died and a new king took his place. The new king hated cricket and outlawed it, so all the games had to be abandoned.

So that means “REIGN” stopped play

6. An American who knew nothing of the game had been taken to a few cricket matches by a friend and was now studying the end-of-season averages.

Every now and then he came across an asterisk and the words:

‘Signifies not out.’ Finally, he turned to his friend and said:

‘Why don’t you get this guy Signifies to play for your side? He’s never out !

7. On the day of the local match, the captain was talking to one of his men.
‘Look, here’s a pound,’ he said. ‘Go out and buy a new ball or something. Anything that’ll help us win.’

The match began and the captain noticed that the same old ball was being used.

He called his man over. ‘What did you do with the pound?’ he asked.

‘Well, you said anything to help us win.’

‘Yes.’

‘I gave it to the umpire.’

http://www.cricketjokes.com/umpires/9.ht…

5 is my favourite joke πŸ™‚

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Answer by Bingalee
I found them very funny. Thank you.

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5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 19, 2010 at 10:05 am

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Q&A: Is society censoring male sex appeal?

Question by Hugo Furst: Is society censoring male sex appeal?
It seems women are being encouraged to project themselves with as much sex appeal as possible while the opposite is true for men. Over the course of many years men are being “numbed” down. We don’t even see the shirtless, buffed male models in commercial advertisements now like we did 20 years ago. For example, traditional male swim trunks have been replaced with “board shorts” which look more like baggy pajama bottoms. More and more clothing are added each year to men’s beach wear. The board shorts seem to get longer. Almost down to the ankle now. On the other hand, women’s beach attire consists of nothing more than a few stitches of fabric. Each year women’s beach apparel becomes skimpier.
My question is: Is society deliberately keeping men from looking hot & desirable. I miss those days at the beach & poolside when you could see a sexy dude strut his stuff in short, clingy swim trunks. Is mainstream society trying to keep men from being sex objects?

Best answer:

Answer by Reef
Darling, you’re way too pretty to be worrying about all that. You come right over here and sit on Reefs lap and rest your precious head on my shoulder and let it all out. I’ll hold you and do whatever it takes to make you feel better. Whatever it takes.

πŸ™‚

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5 comments - What do you think?  Posted by - October 17, 2010 at 10:06 pm

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Q&A: What’s a good name for this guy?


by Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library

Question by Megan: What’s a good name for this guy?
I’m not great at naming characters to begin with, and this man’s got me stuck.

He’s older – forties – with thick white hair that’s usually slicked back and his skin is also pale. In the night, people often think they’ve seen a ghost as he walks by. His nose is rather beaky and his eyebrows heavy, giving him a hooded gaze.

His personality is, in short, “man of few words.” He’s quick to judge, but his judgement is nearly always spot on. Humor is lost on him, although sometimes he’ll crack a morbid joke and he’s the only one laughing. He’s frightening and neutral and deviously brilliant.

I keep calling him Dot (as in, …) – which makes him angry at me. πŸ˜› I need an intimidating name for this man, but not something ridiculous.

Can you help? πŸ™‚ Thanks!

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Answer by dream catcher
Wow I love love love your character! He is very well planned out and you should be very proud. Now for the name, try going on this website ( http://babynamesworld.parentsconnect.com/meaning-search.html ) I use it all the time when I am stuck.

You type in a personality trait and see what comes up, this way the name has some meaning in it.

Here are a few

Word I chose: Dark

Names: Carbonell
Dugan
Dungstan
Orran
Kier ( means little dark one in Gaelic)

Another word: Black
Branduff( mean black raven)
Doug(black water)

Coy ( means quiet person)

well these are a few try it out it is really helpful! Good luck!

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**HGH Questions**?


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Question by joe: **HGH Questions**?
Is HGH administered intamusculary or intravenously? Once administered, does it equally affect all parts of the body?
For ex. (equal increase in torso and legs.) What are some other effects of hgh besides increase in height? Legally, under what circumstances may a doctor prescribe HGH to a patient?
It is my understanding that HGH may be prescribed to a patient who is “short.”
Why can’t a tall person, or anyone for that matter be prescribed HGH? Often short people, who are not even gh deficient, are prescribed HGH. But for what reason, so they can feel more fit into society’s standards? Why do doctors feel its necessary to physically treat a psycholigical problem, such as short man’s syndrome? Why can’t people of average height be offered HGH, and get the same benefits (other than height increase) that short people do

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Answer by satori.dude
My cousin gave himself daily HGH shots for about 10 years, because doctors were afraid he wouldn’t grow. Funny thing is, his entire low jaw rotted away, from the repeated doses of HGH (Yes, prescribed by a doctor).

GO for it dude, but I’m not injecting shit into my self – it will screw up your other bodily processes.

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