Geoff Calkins in the Memphis Commercial Appeal writes about John Daly's new book and his recent book signing.
"My Life In & Out of the Rough," is the title of Daly's book, and who ever figured the guy for an author?And...
"Shakespeare sucked," Daly wrote, and it's about time somebody said it. Compare these two romantic passages:
A. "For where thou art, there is the world itself, and where thou art not, desolation."
B. "All told, we did it 10 times that day."
Shakespeare wrote A, Daly wrote B.
Who does a better job of getting to the essence?
Endorsing wines, though? When Daly has struggled so mightily with alcohol? There's something pathetic about that, like Art Schlichter endorsing a bookie.
The same goes for the book, which outlines Daly's bold new strategy for dealing with alcohol and gambling.
Alcohol: He's going to drink beer instead of Jack Daniel's.
Gambling: He's going to switch to $25 slots.