BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — We shared a voicemail Wednesday night that we received from an angry, angry golfer livid that Palm Beach County continues to ban golf due to the deadly virus known as COVID-19. We were slammed by this caller for suggesting that Palm Beach County Officials know what they’re talking about and that, like the once popular song from the Broadway hit Avenue Q, ”it’s only for now.” At issue, the increasingly absurd Change.Org petition “demanding” that golf reopen. The “absurd” part is Change.Org — it’s a website that sounds great but carries no official weight in official decision making.
That caller suggested that we are yielding to our “Communist brothers in China” to generate copy.
That’s just not true. The time difference makes it impossible.
BocaNewsNow.com received another voicemail this morning (Thursday, April 23, 2020) suggesting — actually more than suggesting — that we move to Venezuela.
The two voicemails are below. At least the second caller told us to have a nice day.
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