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AARP Tweets a Diss to Tiger Woods

At a press conference on Tuesday, reporters asked Tiger Woods about retiring to which the 39-year-old pro-golfer replied, “yeah, umm, retirement? <coughs> uh, I don’t have an AARP card yet so…” (laughter ensues) Well, apparently laughter was not ensuing over at AARP. The retirement organization took to Twitter after Woods’ abysmal first round at The Open Championship on Thursday afternoon in Scotland -a 76-stroke score, his worst in four Opens there -and fired back a biting Tweet: Touché, AARP! Touché!  
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GIMME FIVE: Reasons To Love “How To Get Away With Murder”

There are so many reasons to love Shonda Rhimes latest hit drama on television, but these are Blindie’s top five! 1 – Billy Brown – He’s got the body of a boxer and the voice of a Marine! Seriously, he’s the voice from the Marines commercial. Before going downtown on Viola Davis in the first episode of “How To Get Away With Murder,” Mr. Brown starred in the psychotic series “Dexter,” the short-lived “Hostages,” and  “Sons of Anarchy,” among other shows. Bonus Points: He voices characters in numerous video games – “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,” “Full Spectrum Warrior,”
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AARP Tweets a Diss to Tiger Woods

At a press conference on Tuesday, reporters asked Tiger Woods about retiring to which the 39-year-old pro-golfer replied, “yeah, umm, retirement? <coughs> uh, I don’t have an AARP card yet so…” (laughter ensues) Well, apparently laughter was not ensuing over at AARP. The retirement organization took to Twitter after Woods’ abysmal first round at The Open Championship on Thursday afternoon in Scotland -a 76-stroke score, his worst in four Opens there -and fired back a biting Tweet: Touché, AARP! Touché!  
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GIMME FIVE: Reasons To Love “How To Get Away With Murder”

There are so many reasons to love Shonda Rhimes latest hit drama on television, but these are Blindie’s top five! 1 – Billy Brown – He’s got the body of a boxer and the voice of a Marine! Seriously, he’s the voice from the Marines commercial. Before going downtown on Viola Davis in the first episode of “How To Get Away With Murder,” Mr. Brown starred in the psychotic series “Dexter,” the short-lived “Hostages,” and  “Sons of Anarchy,” among other shows. Bonus Points: He voices characters in numerous video games – “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines,” “Full Spectrum Warrior,”
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