Jack Nicklaus’ Campaign Contributions and More

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Jack Nicklaus – one of the greatest golfers in recent times. In fact Jack Nicklaus has been called the “golfer of the century”. Most sites offering information about Jack Nicklaus on the Internet would be providing things like Nicklaus’ game stats, or his biography. Or maybe information on his Jack Nicklaus museum. Right?

Nope. Maybe many, but certainly not most, and definitely not all.


Try Jack Nicklaus’ campaign contributions (available at NewsMeat, he has contributed a total of $4,000 since 1984).

Or the “Elvis and Jack Nicklaus Mysteries”, a spoof cartoon purporting to feature both Elvis and Jack Nicklaus before they were famous.

Or dirty jokes (oh c’mon now!) featuring, you got it, Jack Nicklaus.

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And a quick search on eBay turns up hundreds of Jack Nicklaus listings, and oh, you just don’t even want to know.

Ok, so at least, unlike our observation on women, thongs, and search engines, there is some substance to the initial subject, Jack Nicklaus. But, again, here we are with this amazing resource, the Internet, with literally tens of thousands of pages devoted to a man who can truly be described as an American hero (did you know that he was playing with a professional expertise by the time he was just 13?), and what do people look for? Dirt on his campaign contributions.

Yeesh.

 

On a much more serious note, Aunty’s heart and prayers go out to Mr. Nicklaus, and his family, on the tragic loss of his grandson.

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