Tim Tebow made news earlier this week when alluding to an interest in going into politics.
"I don't know in this time in my life," Tebow told FOX News at a charity golf occasion. "But if there's a possibility you can make a distinction some day in something, then that would be intriguing.".
We're sure Tebow would do marvels in public office; after all, for a brief time, he made the Florida Gators and Urban Meyer a little likable. But of greater issue was Tebow's option of golf garments. Specifically, what is happening with this hat?
I comprehend exactly what Tebow's hat was shooting for, a mix of meta and deadpan delivery. It's the type of cap you anticipate to see from your screwball friend, the one who does not golf and underplays the entire formality of it. While not a scratch, Tebow is a good gamer, once striking a 343-yard drive on a Golf Channel simulator. He's above such nonsense.
And rocking the hat laterally? Only rap artists and baseball closers can make that work.
Once again, Tebow IS thinking about going into politics, a forum where ridiculous hats are the new norm.
Cops are appealing for details after golf clubs and clothes were taken from Deeside Golf Club, Bieldside, last night (Thursday, March 31, 2016).
Policeman’s looked out to the break-in at around 11.25 pm, throughout which it is understood a car was utilized to break through the Pro Club store window.
Local inspector Kenny McGeough said: I would ask that anyone who was in the location around the time in question and saw anything suspicious to contact the force as soon as possible. It is possible the automobile utilized could have been found in the parking lot by houses neglecting the location.
If you noticed anybody or anything uncommon or suspicious in the store or golf club in the days before, I would prompt you to get in touch. I would likewise ask the public to keep an eye out for any suspicious golf clothes or clubs for sale in the coming days it could well be the taken products.
Anybody with details ought to get in touch with police on 101 or Crime stoppers on 0800 555 111 if you want to continue to be confidential.
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