You might have figured out by now that we haven’t exactly caught the soccer thing yet, but we know sports a little bit.
Is this is why our school systems in the U.S. are drowning in deficits and why our cities lack police? Is this why our bridges and highways are crumbling? Why buildings that used to look like this now look like this?
Charlie Rose, Nov. 13: English golfer Nick Faldo on the re-release of his book, "A Swing for Life."
In Covington, Georgia, a town with four Waffle House restaurants and 13,000 residents, the Bridgestone Corp. factory churns out 36 million golf balls a year.
"We've done this for years, all of us."
- Nick Faldo on Apr 14, 2013