Thursday, August 04, 2005

mini putt

For something that sounds as if it was named by a child, Putt-Putt has a surprisingly grown-up creation story. Clayton was otherwise successful and healthy, but one day he went to a doctor in his hometown, Fayetteville, N.C., complaining of a strange symptom: sometimes while driving in his car, he found himself crying. The doctor ordered a monthlong vacation. Clayton decided to relax by playing miniature golf, which turned out to be a bad idea, since there are few things more challenging to sanity than missing short putts, especially when the cause is poor design or an errant windmill.
Putting for the Fences
via diversionz

Playing mini golf ...

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