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There is something about visiting the Florida 55 & up communities where my parents live

Tuesday, I had a 3 p.m. tee time with Charlie, a retiree from Illinois probably in his early 60s, and Mike, a semi-retiree divorcé whose mother was best friends with my grandmother. Mike’s mom, Shirley, lives right here in the community and was a big influence on my mother’s 2020 decision to buy into this community.

At the center of the place is a 9-hole par 3 course with the longest hole checking in at around 161 yards from the whites. Charlie, a widower, was playing the course for the fourth time Tuesday. Before we teed off the first hole, he mentioned how the guy in charge of course maintenance had been doing the job for 25 years.

Things I learned out on the course:

• The really old timers like to use a driver punch & run strategy where they use the bermuda/rye fairways to their advantage.

• The greens are left high for the really old timers who don’t want championship-level putting experiences

• Yes, the bunkers are maintained and are pretty much something you’d see out of the PGA

• I learned that the guys weren’t big fans of $8.50 cheeseburgers at Five Guys because they can hit up the local bars and get a better burger way cheaper; cost is everything to guys around here. Take notice, Biden.

• I learned that the big dog club champion around here is a man named Joe Daley, who was the very first draft pick of the Pittsburgh Penguins in the 1967 NHL Expansion Draft. Charlie said he faced off with Daley for the club championship one year and was crumbling under the pressure heading towards the 9th hole when Daley quietly told him that real pressure was facing NHL slap shots while not wearing a mask.

Daley, who won 167 games for the Winnipeg Jets in the 1970s, went on to win the club championship over Charlie.

Now I have no choice but to make a return trip to play with Daley, Charlie and Mike. I need to hear old hockey tales and stories from this massive community. I feel like these 55 & ups have some great Screencaps content. I just have to fish it out.

• I mentioned it Tuesday on Twitter and I’ll stand by the statement: I need to do Florida content trips like the Big Js make trips to football stadiums around the country. Thankfully, my mom was driving yesterday so I could just look around and take in all the content around me: the signs, the cars, the crazies, the weird stores, the madness.

Between Ohio and Florida, my content bucket runneth over.

• Rod G. in Freeport, Illinois writes:

I have been a long-time reader, and love your perspective on everyday life.  I’ve changed my mowing days to Thursday,  and I love reading the stories of other readers.  Here in Northwest Illinois, I go through the same seasonal struggles you do.

My question:  what will the Milwaukee Bucks do for the Waukesha victims?  They postponed a game for Jacob Blake.  If they don’t do the same, shouldn’t we call them out for the hypocrisy?  I just feel people will let them off the hook because of the small market.  I have seen the Dancing Grannies a few times in parades, and they are great, and you can tell they enjoy what they do.  

Keep up the great work and thanks for representing the common men and women of this great Country.

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Let’s start by addressing what J.J. Watt has stepped up and pledged to do for the families of the victims. The Wisconsin native stepped up Tuesday and announced he would cover funeral costs for victims.

So far, the Bucks have offered their condolences and held a moment of silence before Monday’s home game. Let’s keep in mind that the Bucks ownership postponed the game for Jacob Blake because the players have all the control in the NBA and decided they were protesting and were going to sit out. In fact, all games were postponed that day in 2020 for the wokes.

What will the Bucks do for the victims? I have to assume they won’t do anything besides release statements offering condolences. Milwaukee doesn’t play another home game until Wednesday, December 1. As brutal as it may sound, the Waukesha incident where a guy with a 50-page rap sheet over three states will be old news by the time the Bucks return home.

The Bucks will not be postponing anything.

• Before I throw the kids in the car for Disney, I want to ask you guys what you’re thankful for this year. The responses will be featured in tomorrow’s post. Have at it. Get as sentimental as you’d like or have some fun with the topic.

Now I have to get over to Orlando so these kids can see some vaxxed or unvaxxed characters and shoot some laser beams on the Toy Story ride.

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Written by Joe Kinsey

I'm an Ohio guy, born in Dayton, who roots for Ohio State and can handle you guys destroying the Buckeyes, Urban Meyer and everything associated with Columbus.

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