Time saying that is a form of what is described in this vid. It mostly covers civil Rights, but it's. Basic premise applies here too.
It's about the phenomenon of overly praising POC in order to avoid any hint or perception of racism.
Also, the vid has been brilliantly produced in a manner that will hopefully educate at least one person at YouTube. If you watch the vid, you'll understand very quickly what I'm talking about.
Edited to aadd: sorry, posted wrong vid.
This as should be the right one. FYI, am trying to do this on a phone. Lol
Brandt is an elite golfer. He ain’t skeered to go low.....
With a birdie on the 9th hole — his eighth birdie of the day — Snedeker finished the second round at the RBC Canadian Open with a 60, becoming the first player since 1983 to record at least one round of 59, 60 and 61 on the PGA Tour.
“I think it’s my putting. When I get hot, I feel like the hole is a beach ball to me,” said Snedeker, who played alongide Justin Thomas (65 to get to 5 under) and Brooks Koepka (66, 4 under). “I’m not scared about going low. I realize these days don’t happen very often. So it almost gets me more excited if I feel like it’s going that way.”
Only Four players have shot multiple rounds of 60 or lower in PGA TOUR (3)@BrandtSnedeker
Goes about his game like a kid raised in the mountains of Tennessee..
Just 7 short years ago.....
Brandt Snedeker wins FedEx Cup and $11.44M
SEPTEMBER 23, 2012 / 7:24 PM / AP
(AP) ATLANTA - Brandt Snedeker played the biggest round of his career for the biggest payoff in golf.
Needing to win the Tour Championship on Sunday to beat out Rory McIlroy for the FedEx Cup, Snedeker came up with three big birdies on the back nine at East Lake to take all the drama out the final day that had been loaded with possibilities.
I heard Brandt loaned Walt a million or two so Walt could stock up on ammo for the apocalypse...