I live in a golf course community in Cumming, GA (Windermere), and recently the course replaced the beat up bent grass greens with mini verde bermuda, which is an excellent surface. The course is due to reopen on August 16th and I played there with my kids last night (temporary greens in place) and I was horrified to see Canadian Geese on two of the greens eating the grass. I can't stand those god dam things in the first place, but to see them destroying our new greens was the last straw. So you might be asking, "what is he going to do to them". My answer would be "nothing". For some amazing unbelievable reason I can't figure out, those walking **** are endangered species.
So, does anyone here have any clue why they are considered endangered and what has to be done to get them off the list? Isn't a basic qualifier for being an endangered species an inherent lack of that species??? There's MILLIONS OF THEM.
: This is a very complicated case, Maude. You know, a lotta ins, lotta outs, lotta what-have-you's. And, uh, lotta strands to keep in my head, man. Lotta strands in old Duder's head. Luckily I'm adhering to a pretty strict, uh, drug regimen to keep my mind, you know, limber.
: [shouting] Has the whole world gone crazy? Am I the only one around here who gives a **** about the rules? Mark it zero!
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