I am replying in reference to your request for an E-caddie.
I have extensive experience in mapping courses, so much so that I can set up a GPS route and follow it with my eyes closed. Well, not fully closed when driving becasue I'd crash, and that wouldn't be good. The question is, if I tell you to go in that direction, are you able to do it? I am very familiar with steam too, I see it every time I boil my kettle, which is at least 2 times each day. Not really sure why steam is so important... unless there are hot springs around these courses and the steam hinders your vision? But yes, I will be able to recognise steam. Having been a WGT member for nearly 10 years I fully understand the WGT competitive environment - create multiple accounts and employ the technique known as sandbagging.
Please tell me how much the salary will be; I would expect the normal 25-30% of any winnings, plus a flat fee of £50 (fifty pounds sterling) per game; like any good E-caddie, I wouldn't do this for nothing. Nor peanuts. Or buttons. Not even chocolate ones.
My cell number is 7, which is quite handy to remember as it is also my favourite number. However, I do expect to be released very soon, so make sure you get in touch pronto (that means real quick if your Japanese isn't up to scratch). My WGT name is... umm... oh lordy, it's on the tip of my tongue... umm M M M... MioKontic. Got there eventually. I don't read socialist media, or media of any kind really, and I don't have my face in any book either. Well, except the one in this institute that is, but let's not go there. I mean that, don't ever come here! I do hope this doesn't preclude me from being a candidate because I know my human intelligance is worth just as much, or even more, than any other inferior intelligence.
Thank you. Yours Forever (or is that assuming too much?)
umm M M M MioKontic