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(4) TESTERS WANTED: Bettinardi Studio Stock 38 Armlock Putter

Could 2019 finally be the year when armlock putting gains significant traction on tour and with golfers in general? Matt Kuchar has rolled armlock style with his trusty Bettinardi seemingly forever, and now other big name pros, such as Bryson and Bubba, are also locking in their arms with hopes of later wrapping their arms around tournament trophies. These professional golfers are switching to the armlock putting style as a way to move up the leaderboards on tour. Could a similar putter switc...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Contests, Bryson, Bubba, Matt Kuchar, Tommy Armour, Bettinardi, MyGolfSpy Community Forum, News & Opinion, Bettinardi Studio Stock, Community Forum, Bettinardi Armlock Studio Stock

What Good Can A Handgun Do Against An Army?

Recall when I said this? Do you suppose this would look like great land armies getting into formation at the edges of great fields of battle and marching towards each other?  What do you think such a messy civil war in America would look like?  Bubba would be wearing a Ghillie suit, shooting a bolt action rifle, or a modern sporting rifle, and after the shot you will never hear from him again – until the next one.  And you’ll never catch him.  Police will have to decide what side to take, and if...
Tags: Washington, America, Afghanistan, Military, Venezuela, Second Amendment, National Guard, Bubba, Red Dawn, Maturin, Mike Vanderboegh, Texas Air National Guard, Handgun Do Against An Army

Tucker Carlson & Bubba the Love Sponge: Fox talker wise to skip apology to cry bullies

Tucker Carlson is not a victim because he refused to act that part, and for that reason he still has his job. Instead, he outlined the outrage cycle.            [Author: Opinion contributor]
Tags: News, Tucker Carlson, Bubba, Opinion contributor

Tucker Carlson concedes child rape is "unpopular" in passionate defense of child rape

In calls to a radio show, Fox News host Tucker Carlson defended a child rapist, justified child rape, and said that women were "extremely primitive." Between 2006 and 2011, Tucker Carlson spent approximately an hour a week calling in to Bubba the Love Sponge, a popular shock jock radio program where he spoke with the hosts about a variety of cultural and political topics in sometimes-vulgar terms. During those conversations, Carlson diminished the actions of Warren Jeffs, then on the FBI’s ...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Nbc, Arianna Huffington, Martha Stewart, America, Fbi, Fox, Fox News, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Tucker Carlson, Carlson, Warren Jeffs, Bubba

Carlson Calls His Misogynistic Comments, Dismissal Of Statutory Rape ‘Naughty’

Old clips surfaced Sunday of Fox News host Tucker Carlson seeming to defend statutory rape, labeling women “primitive,” calling Britney Spears and Paris Hilton “the biggest white whores in America” and making a weirdly lewd comment about his daughter during old appearances on a radio show. His response? To say he’d been “naughty” and invite any critics on his show. — Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) March 11, 2019 In the clips, collected by Media Matters, of Carls...
Tags: News, America, Rape, Fox News, Paris Hilton, Britney Spears, Tucker Carlson, Carlson, Warren Jeffs, Bubba, Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ, Alexis Stewart, Kate Riga

Tucker Carlson Said Terrible Things About Women For Years In Unearthed Clips

The Fox News host regularly made misogynistic comments during years of appearances on Bubba the Love Sponge's show.
Tags: News, Fox News, Bubba, Tucker Carlson Said

Tobiassen Promoted to President of American Outdoor Brands Firearms Division

American Outdoor Brands SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – -( American Outdoor Brands Corporation (NASDAQ Global Select: AOBC), one of the world's leading providers of firearms and quality products for the shooting, hunting, and rugged outdoor enthusiast, today announced that Lane Tobiassen has been promoted to the role of President of the company’s Firearms Division. Tobiassen previously served as President of the company’s Electro-Optics Division, a business that will be combined with the c...
Tags: Guns, Wheeler, Thompson, Firearms, Smith & Wesson, Henry, University of Oregon, Imperial, Lane, UST, Caldwell, Schrade, Crimson Trace, Frankford, Tipton, Bubba

Family ski trip to Mammoth Lakes, CA

“C an we move here?” That was my daughter Layla’s first reaction, stamping through moonlit snow and into the Village at Mammoth, the gas log fires and twinkling holiday decorations making it feel suddenly as if we’d walked into wonderland. I’m with you baby, I thought. I had to admire her 11-year-old sense that anything was possible. Then again, over those 11 years we’d spent seasons in so many one-of-a-kind places (think Puerto Escondido in Mexico, or the Alpujarra region in Spain) that her s...
Tags: Travel, Winter, California, Mexico, US, Los Angeles, Spain, Things To Do, Patagonia, John Muir, Venice, Mica, Ansel Adams, Snowboarding, Bette Midler, Usgs

9 from ’19: Our picks from the annual PGA Show

Game-changer, breakthrough, the next big thing. Here we go again… Pick a Best of PGA Show article and you’ll find those adjectives and other superlatives in nauseating abundance. I’ve been guilty of it a few times myself. Every year hundreds…thousands of products are on display at the annual self-titled “Major of Golf Business” in Orlando. A significant percentage can be counted among the year-over-year churn of the big equipment manufacturers, but there’s also a fair (though dwindling) amount o...
Tags: Europe, Nike, Sport, Golf, Pga Tour, Waste Management, Odyssey, Fuji, Orlando, BRIDGESTONE, Bryson DeChambeau, Bryson, KBS, Bushnell, Taylormade, Enso

The Cowboy Way and Those Alabama Boys

The Cowboy Way is more than a show, it’s a way of life.  Having lived this lifestyle for 26+ years, I was more than giddy to see a show about cowboys on INSP, and even giddier at the opportunity to interview the cowboys, Booger, Bubba, and Cody from The Cowboy Way. While cowboys, in general, are similar, we have always found that cowboys in other states do things a little different than Texas cowboys.  When I saw the cowboys from The Cowboy Way were Alabama boys, I was curious to see how the...
Tags: Texas, Interviews, Cowboys, Alabama, Blogging, Oliver, Lousiana, Cody, Bubba, Booger, Lifestyle & Family, Cowboy Way, Those Alabama Boys, Booger Bubba, The Cowboy Way, Auburn Tigers For cowboys

2019 Major League Baseball (and/or Braves Angst) Thread

Let's get this started... Los Bravos made a couple of free agent signings yesterday - Brian McCann returns home to platoon at catcher (let's see if he has anything left), and apparently Josh Donaldson will get a run a 3B if he can stay healthy. It'll be interesting to see what management does now with Carmargo - "super utility" player? RF? Trade? More importantly, though, is that the Braves added these guys without giving up any prospects (although... [Author: [email protected] (Bubba)]
Tags: Friday Afternoon Club, Braves, Josh Donaldson, Bubba, Brian McCann, Los Bravos

A piece of shrapnel behind Bubba’s tears at the Ryder Cup

KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) — Bubba Watson is known for crying after he wins. Even with three victories last year, his biggest tears were after a loss. And it really didn’t have anything to do with losing. The source of his tears at the Ryder Cup in France can be traced to a piece of shrapnel […]
Tags: News, France, Sports, Bubba Watson, Kapalua Hawaii, Bubba

Korean Shaft brand AUTOpower Takes a Hands-On Approach

The more I look into the Korean golf manufacturing market, the less I find. It is unfortunate and perhaps strange, given that Korea is the 3rd largest golf market in the world trailing only the USA and Japan. According to the European Golf Statistics 2017, Europe has an estimated 4.15M registered golfers and nearly 7,000 golf courses. The numbers largely outpace the 3.3M Korean golfers and the meager 450 golf courses available here. How is it that we can be the 3rd largest consumer group for gol...
Tags: Asia, South Korea, Europe, Japan, Usa, China, US, Sport, Taiwan, Park, Golf, Bubba Watson, Korea, Dustin Johnson, Vietnam, North America

CS Interview: Phantasm and Bubba Ho-Tep Director Don Coscarelli

CS Interview: Phantasm and Bubba Ho-Tep Director Don Coscarelli Cult filmmaker Don Coscarelli, the man behind the iconic murderous silver balls of the Phantasm series, recently wrote a highly-entertaining memoir entitled True Indie: Life and Death in Filmmaking about working as an independent filmmaker since he was a teenager. had the chance to chat 1:1 with the genial Coscarelli about the book, as well as the version of Stephen King’s Silver Bullet he almost made, working with...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Horror, La, Stephen King, Los Angeles, Conan, John, Brad Pitt, Terry Gilliam, Jim Jarmusch, Ben Stiller, Spielberg, King, Elvis, Steven Spielberg

Guest Post: I Gave Up a Pension for This?

I once heard a story that went something like this: Jeb and Bubba, were sitting on a porch drinking sarsaparilla on a hot summer’s day. Jeb’s hound dog was lying beside them. Every once in a while, the old hound let out a howl. Bubba asks Jeb, “What’s wrong with your dog? Jeb looks down at the old hound and says, “Oh, he’s just lying on a nail.” Bubba exclaims, “Well, why don’t he get up?!!!” Jeb shrugged and says, “I recon it don’t hurt enough.” When you come from a blue-collar family with depr...
Tags: Business, New York City, Sales, Brooklyn, Queens, Jesus, New York City Subway, Long Island, Jeb, Franchise, Tom, Jim Morrison, Bubba, Starting A Business, Continental Avenue, Tom Scarda CFE Tom

What Artist Should Play Halftime At “The Big Game?”

Even for those less interested in sports, the Super Bowl has often gained national attention for its pricey commercials and star-studded halftime shows. Here Fred Jacobs reflects on the significance of past performances and speculates on who might grace the field in 2019. __________________________ Guest post by Fred Jacobs of Jacobs Media Strategies As the Super Bowl has become something of a national holiday in the U.S., much attention has been focused on lots of the non-game con...
Tags: Music, Fcc, White House, NFL, Colin Kaepernick, America, Atlanta, Mtv, Guest Post, Paul Mccartney, Michigan, John, Roger Goodell, Howard Stern, Detroit, Justin Timberlake

The Official Shortwave Listening Thread

It was brought up by somebody that the other thread was in the wrong section, so I figured I would make another thread in the right one and try to get people to post their finds and comments. As part of that other thread I noticed that a lot of people agree that shortwave radio is a valuable asset. A lot of stations are dropping their shortwave transmissions, I'll miss the AFRTS (Armed Forces Radio Television Service) out of Florida. For that reason I would recommend to email the radio station...
Tags: Florida, Ebay, Africa, United States, South America, Weapon, Lebanon, Randall, Communications, Steve Taylor, Holly, Allen, Laurence, Bubba, Jim Edwards, AFRTS Armed Forces Radio Television Service

McIlroy needs "hangover" cure

Jim Furyk and Thomas Bjorn. Picture: Getty Images Paul McGinley believes Thomas Bjorn must help Rory McIlroy recover from his Tour Championship hangover if Europe is to win back the trophy.The 2014 skipper believes it's crucual that McIlroy picks himself up after he failed to exert any pressure on Tiger Woods in the final round at East Lake on Sunday, slumping to a disappointing 7...
Tags: Europe, Sport, Paris, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Justin Rose, Paul Mcginley, European Tour, Bubba Watson, Eminem, Watson, Louvre, Bjorn, Rose, Jon, Rory

Kern County Fair Returns with New food items

The Kern County fair kicks off this Wednesday with the Beach Boys taking the stage at the Budweiser Pavilion. Officials say there is a long list of new food items this year, like a foot-long corn dog, funnel cake, cinnamon or giant turkey leg. Take a look at all the new food items below:  Flamin' Hot Spiral Fries - Golden West on Grand AveSpiral fries with Nacho Cheese and Flamin' Hot CheetosWhole Steamed Artichoke - Jeanne's Artichoke on Grand AveWhole Steamed Artichokes (Served wit...
Tags: Local News, Martin, Kern County, Bubba, Nacho Cheese, Budweiser Pavilion, Ciabatta Roll Tamale Mac

Honest obits and designer funerals: How I know my day is past.

I’m fresh out of eyerolls for some of the things I see, hear, and read today. I’m deep into the attitude that as a pastor, my day is past in a lot of ways. Not that I couldn’t serve a church again if the Lord so led but that so many things have moved into uncharted territory. Consider me to be an  an irascible curmudgeon in semi-retirement and an unreformable one at that. I have declared that I will pass on all wedding requests. Waaaaaaay to much drama and nonsense afoot on those. I’m keeping f...
Tags: Religion, Bubba, SBC Issues, Waaaaaaay

USC football mailbag: Which Stanford playmaker is the biggest threat?

Following the first weekend of the regular season, there’s already a sizable gap when it comes to the impression observers have of USC. On the one hand, there are those who will agree with Trojans coach Clay Helton. A day after the season-opening win over UNLV, Helton remarked, “If originally you would’ve told me that we were going to start an 18-year-old quarterback and have a redshirt freshman center, and you walk out there and have 500 yards of offense and 43 points, I would’ve been very happ...
Tags: Texas, Stanford, Sports, NFL, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Associated Press, Usc, Swann, Jones, Marshall, Clay, Josh, Daniel, Aztecs

USC safety Isaiah Pola-Mao shines as replacement for Bubba Bolden

LOS ANGELES — Redshirt freshman Isaiah Pola-Mao learned he was starting at strong safety for Bubba Bolden through a phone call a couple days before USC’s season-opening 43-21 win over UNLV. “Bubba actually called me before I heard it from the coaches,” Pola-Mao said. “Me and Bubba are really close, so hopefully he gets through it all.” Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. Bolden, a sophomore who won the starting job in th...
Tags: Stanford, Sports, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Nba, College sports, Nick Young, Usc, Rogers, Bolden, UNLV, Daniels, Trojans, John McKay, Fink

Prohibition mash: The makings of a prewar sleeper

This is where it starts… the stock 1929 Ford Tudor on the day I took delivery. From here, there will be a series of subtle hop-ups to arrive at a powerful interwar sleeper. Sorry–I couldn’t resist a bit of fun with a sepia-toned filter. Photos by the author except where noted. A few weekends ago, members of my club generously descended upon my garage for a big “thrash” to help me finish my 1931 Ford Model A/B bobtail speedster. When father-and-son Barnstormers VSC (“Vintage Speed Club”) members...
Tags: Jay Leno, Ford, Manhattan, Autos, Orion, Rob, Brian, Lincoln, Dodge, Vietnam, Tudor, SAF, Zenith, Andy, Jay Leno's Garage, Tom

Bubba has been trying and is now made the Clubbbbe

All hail and rejoice in the new member of the Clubbbbe! Bubba Bubba's aging parents even helped him to achieve membership today. Let's give him a _______________________ (well whatever you want to give him). Go Braves!
Tags: Friday Afternoon Club, Bubba, Clubbbbe Bubba Bubba

Old Iver Johnson Shotgun & Revolvers – Turning Trash Into Treasure

US Revolver Hammerless 38 S&W USA – -( One of our hobbies is buying broken old guns and fixing them up. Depending on the model or type of firearm, this can vary between simple fixes to get it running again to an almost full restoration.We recently picked up a handful of broken guns that we got up and running within a week.US Revolver Hammerless 38 S&WIver Johnson Safety Hammer Automatic, Third Model 38 S&WIver Johnson Champion .410 The total cost for all three of these firearms w...
Tags: Guns, Ebay, US, Smith, Mike, Bubba, Iver Johnson, Birchwood Casey, Krylon, Firearm News, USA Ammoland, Mike Searson, US Concealed Carry Association, Gunsmithing, Mike Searson About Mike SearsonMike Searson, Iver Johnson Shotgun

First Look – PING i500 Irons

PING has a new entry in the Players Distance category, one it says doesn’t abandon the better golfer in pursuit of more yards. While designing i500, PING sought to create an iron that goes far, flies high, and feels great, while offering a size, shape, and overall profile that retains its appeal to better players. Fundamentally, the company wanted to take what golfers experience with the G700, specifically high launch and increased distance, and put it in a players package in a way that’s functi...
Tags: Sport, Golf, KBS, Taylormade, Ping, Bubba, Easier, New Releases, Snell Golf Balls SNELL MTB, Marty Jertson, Jertson, Hyrdropearl, Loft Options As, PowerSpec PowerSpec

At The Table: PorkChop and Bubba's

A new restaurant in town, may not be new to some. PorkChop and Bubba's, known to many in Bakersfield for catering events, festivals, and more, now has their own restaurant.Owners Branden and Ashley have been catering for 5 years and knew they always wanted to open a permanent restaurant. Not only are they known in town, they are known around the country for their award winning BBQ. PorkChop and Bubba's competed in many BBQ competitions and took home various awards.You can now eat this aw...
Tags: California, Local News, Bakersfield, Ashley, Bubba, Bakersfield California, Branden, Porkchop

Bobcat Goldthwait on How ‘Misfits & Monsters’ is Like ‘Get Out’ [Interview]

Bobcat Goldthwait makes edgy indie movies that tackle taboo subjects. They find good homes at film festivals and arthouse theaters, but now he’s got a weekly TV show to unleash his sensibility on the masses. Bobcat Goldthwait’s Misfits & Monsters tells a new story every week, with some outrageous twist. For example, the premiere episode, “Bubba the Bear.” Seth Green plays an actor whose finds it even harder to get taken seriously when his famous animated character comes to life. Goldthwait m...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Jimmy Kimmel, Interviews, America, Features, Justin Bieber, Golden Globes, Black Mirror, Television Critics Association, Perry, Louis C K, Seth Green, Joel Murray, David Koechner

Cash Days 18.3 brought plenty of Stick Shift Mafia action to Showtime Dragstrip

Stick shift racing is big in the southeast, and it shows signs of getting even bigger. With stick shift classes popping up all over the place, and getting top billing at many tracks, more and more people are building stick cars. Frankly, rowing your own gears is way more fun (And at times, more challenging) than letting the transmission do the work. Not to minimize building a fast automatic, because there are challenges to both, but finding a clutch and transmission to handle a ton of horsepower...
Tags: Florida, News, Mexico, David, Ford, Byron, Clearwater Florida, Bubba, HOLLEY, Edelbrock Victor Jr, Stick Shift Mafia, Showtime Dragstrip, Nitrous Express, Tiffany Hill Stick Shift Mafia, Yandro Ulloa, Bubba Crotts

U.S. Open Day 1…Good, Bad and Plenty of Ugly

We knew early on that this wasn’t going to be an “ease into the Open” kind of round. With the wind blowing hard and a challenging setup, scoring at this U.S. Open wasn’t going to be low. There was plenty of ugly to be found on Long Island today and even the world’s best were made to look the fool. The featured pairing of Mickelson, Spieth and McIlroy finished 25 over par. Enough said….they thought so too as none of… Continue Reading →
Tags: Sport, Ian Poulter, Golf, Dustin Johnson, Golfer, Long Island, McIlroy, Henley, Mickelson, USGA, Jason Dufner, Tiger Wood, Bubba, Chip Shots, Shinnecock, The Players