So the hanging basket is okay for a PDGA league but not tourneys? Either way, Jack would have never allowed the hanging basket to be played during the first Cliff Drive PDGA league. Hopefully he won't be too angry about it.
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Hey Jack, when you do the PDGA reporting, this is what I had for pin placements:
1 - Mid right
2 - Mid
3 - Solo
4 - Long
5 - Short
6 - Long
7 - Mid in woods
8 - Hanger
9 - (don't actually recall)
10 - Mid?
11 - Short towards road
12 - Solo
13 - Short
14 - Long left
15 - Long
16 - Long?
17 - Super duper freakin long across both roads long
18 - Hill climber long left
Mike, there is a ton of expensive equipment on the P&R's side of that fence. P&R has also told us time and time again that if we ask them during business hours, they will get the discs.
As much as I dislike police intrusion into our disc golf utopia on this side of town, I'm more likely to say that the person that got the ticket was being an idiot.
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For those of you who remember, four miles south of that house is spot where they filmed Used Cars.
One of the best movies of all time....seriously just a freaking hoot....Only Richard Pryor and Gene Wilder films were that funny at the time or Mel Brooks.....
Now post the Bell's song.
Come on, I know you've got one.
Jack's right, High Life isn't so obscure.
You should join in on the beer snobbing Keizer. It's fun. The world of beer is far more vast than American adjunct lagers made by the big 3. Ever try a Boulevard Pilsner?
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