Locations of Site Visitors
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Jason Day on the practice green after round 2, 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship.

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18th Green - 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship.

This is a place that holds many memories for me, the 18th grandstand at the Deutsche Bank Championship. I have seen amazing victories, fantastic final round shots, and events that impact the history of professional golf played out here right before my eyes.

Golf was the first sport that I ever followed, and still stands as my favorite. Getting to see it played live for the first time, and any following times have all been amazing events in my life.

I look forward to the final round tomorrow.

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Martin Kaymer, 2014 Deutsche Bank Championship, 2nd Round.

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Posted 2 weeks ago

A family friend is over, and in our discussions, he was looking at my pet birds on the table and stated that, “In superstitious homes, these would never be allowed. Because certain cultures consider them bad luck.” I stated that this was “ignorant thinking, and that birds are a crucial component to every ecosystem on earth.”

The reply I received was that this was “thinking like that is thousands of years old”, and it was “probably because birds carry parasites and lice.” How does the amount of time a belief has been held make it valid? And since when are birds the only beings on this Earth to carry parasites? Take a look at cattle egrets and other birds that help to eliminate ticks and lice off of larger organisms, or vultures, crows, and gulls, which clean up dead animals and other waste matter from our environment? Or how birds are not only pollinators, but also spread seeds more effectively than anything humans could invent, and are a vital part of nearly any food chain?

How much bad luck are they now?

Please, I only ask that you think before calling something I’ve dedicated a great portion of my life to, “bad luck” and “disease carrying”.

Without birds, our world would be drastically different.

Posted 2 weeks ago
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Malcom Subban and Zane Gothberg.

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Zane Gothberg, 2014 Bruins Development Camp