I mowed the lawn Saturday before it rained (thanks for the advice, Jamie Simpson). That allowed me to watch a couple hours of the British Open. I enjoy this tournament for a few reasons: good golf, a course that looks like Kansas in September and all the investment advice during commerical breaks. If I win the lottery, I’ll give Pacific Life a call.
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Knucklehead of the Week
Johnny Manziel, a hard-partying celebrity who happens to be an excellent football player, was sent home from the Manning Passing Academy in Thibodaux, La., last week. The Texas A&M quarterback, 20, was a counselor at the camp, but he was AWOL last Saturday morning. Alabama QB AJ McCarron reportedly tried to roust Manziel, but was unsuccessful. This came days after Manziel pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges stemming from a bar fight in June 2012.