Tom's had the only decent suggestion so far. How about forming the numbers using the strippers themselves, and just take a picture for the tag? Ya know, it's like they'd be doing the YMCA dance, only they form numbers instead of letters.
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Kaizer, you can pick up Vernor's Ginger Ale at HyVee.
if u can find a dgwn magazine number 76 from 2006 there is a story about father dave tayloe that says "dave had these big gnarley mutant looking toes, and it was amazing to watch him pick up a frisbie with them and fling it through the air. He later worked his official distance up to 137 feet ten inches. He tried to get it listed into the guinness book of records ,but the documentation came back with a nice note saying they had to draw the line somewhere , and that somewhere was right above Daves foot toss".......bummer . unfortunately dave passed away august 1st 2005 from cardio-pulminary disease...he sounded like a cool dude.
Cooper and I are heading down to Austin together and will be staying with Senor Hemmi. We need to figure out a way to take him some QT tea.
I can't speak for the Nuke, but first run's are just that, the first edition printing of a disc, although at times the modification can be different from mold to mold, first run is generally considered to be more valuable, because they haven't been tweaked yet.
Valkyries are a prime examples of molds, 1st-5th mold all do different things from the CE line, so much so that you can see the differences when people sell them, and what they are used for.
I prefer the 1st run APX over the current model (titanic by DGA for those that don't think that it is still made) just as I prefer the QMS by millennium over the SMS or the Aurora MS prior to the Q plastic. So you can find some runs that are better than others, and it becomes a personal choice (I really DISLIKE the swirl APX for example).
Discraft is in my mind much better at quality control, so that the tweaking is less noticeable than with Innova. I think that Jay Rivard summed it best once to me, Innova is like Red Wine, you may have a few batches that go to vinegar, but you also end up with some fine wine (good discs), and Discraft is like White Wine, you know it works, it's typically consistent, and you don't see very many surprises.
Only 1 Maurice thank goodness.
Sure'd be nice if the CC courses were all centrally-located. I've already made my one trip to JoCo for the year.
Sorry Mike, I called you the day I was putting together the schedule and you didn't answer so I did it on my own. Next year I'll make sure your input is heard. Then I'll do whatever I want again.
I believe Dave Feldberg asked if he was filming and told him to stop because the stuff he was showing us was going to be on his new video.