Does Everything Have to be On The Web?

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I understand that the Web is good thing. The ‘tubes bring information from all parts of the globe quickly, efficiently, and with a good deal of accuracy if you know where to look. You can’t trust everyone – that’s for sure. But with this comes the dregs. Even on trustworthy sites. You see, these organizations need to hire people to post stuff. Much like schad.net – except they pay people. Real well. Unfotrunately, they are left with much the same quandry that Adam or I run into when it’s a slow news day. What do you post? You are responsible for posting – so what do you put up? Well, In Portland, your Web Content Producer throws us this nugget:

As the saying goes, good things come to those who wait. And that’s exactly what happened to a 102-year-old golfer in California.

Elsie Mclean finally reached her dream of hitting a hole in one Thursday. Mclean took to the green in Chico, setting a new world record for the oldest woman, or man, to hit a hole in one.

“I said, ‘Oh, my Lord. It can’t be true. It can’t be true.’ I was so excited. And the girls were absolutely overcome. And so was I,” said Mclean.

Elsie has been golfing since her 20s, and has been featured in Golfers Digest.

She was invited to appear on the Jay Leno show in the past, but declined.

And as soon as that was submitted, the Producer hit Ctrl. S to save it, Ctrl. P to publish it – and went home and had dinner with her family. I mean, I do that here, with this story in fact – but I’m not pulling down ANY figures, nor any benefits.

I’m doing it out of love for you. What’s her excuse?

Reprinted without any permission what-so-ever from the WCHS6 website. To see the article, as it originally appeared, click here. And send Rhonda Erskine an email and ask how her dinner with her family was.

ElsieMclean.jpg

I understand that the Web is good thing. The ‘tubes bring information from all parts of the globe quickly, efficiently, and with a good deal of accuracy if you know where to look. You can’t trust everyone – that’s for sure. But with this comes the dregs. Even on trustworthy sites. You see, these organizations need to hire people to post stuff. Much like schad.net – except they pay people. Real well. Unfotrunately, they are left with much the same quandry that Adam or I run into when it’s a slow news day. What do you post? You are responsible for posting – so what do you put up? Well, In Portland, your Web Content Producer throws us this nugget:

As the saying goes, good things come to those who wait. And that’s exactly what happened to a 102-year-old golfer in California.

Elsie Mclean finally reached her dream of hitting a hole in one Thursday. Mclean took to the green in Chico, setting a new world record for the oldest woman, or man, to hit a hole in one.

“I said, ‘Oh, my Lord. It can’t be true. It can’t be true.’ I was so excited. And the girls were absolutely overcome. And so was I,” said Mclean.

Elsie has been golfing since her 20s, and has been featured in Golfers Digest.

She was invited to appear on the Jay Leno show in the past, but declined.

And as soon as that was submitted, the Producer hit Ctrl. S to save it, Ctrl. P to publish it – and went home and had dinner with her family. I mean, I do that here, with this story in fact – but I’m not pulling down ANY figures, nor any benefits.

I’m doing it out of love for you. What’s her excuse?

Reprinted without any permission what-so-ever from the WCHS6 website. To see the article, as it originally appeared, click here. And send Rhonda Erskine an email and ask how her dinner with her family was.

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