Come on Greg, you said you have been playing for years so you should know; Innova only made one orange champion Valkyrie. If you guess it, it must be yours. You should also know if you lost a disc at Waterworks that is where it will be found and returned to you. Discs never get taken and lost at other courses.
Yep. The Nailer just likes to play games and pad his post count. no biggie
You got it all wrong guy.
I'm trying to help out here. As for you, stop whining if you don't like the way I go about trying to help people find their lost plastic. Like I'm stupid enough to just say, "Anybody's caddy drop a "Nine Time" Teebird on the way to get some beers from their car during the tournament last weekend?" Do you have any idea how many people would pounce on that?
Be thankful that someone at least makes an effort to see if it's someone from the club. That's the purpose of this forum header. Please correct me if I'm wrong because I really want to do this right so it's easy for you. Especially after you feel the need to insinuate that I'm just trying to beef my posts. I'll admit I like to have a laugh, but there is no need to criticize someone because you don't like the way they go about trying to do good.
As for the numbers...pffft! Yeah,I can't wait until I get to 1000. That will.be.cool.
You should have your name and number on discs. That way there are no more tournament issues; like if someone throws the same disc and that players caddy was looking at the sky because he was slamming a beer. But more importantly, your melon would not have to stress about if I am referring to your disc. You would have been called or texted. Just makes sense to me. Unless you throw some super rare plastic. In which case, maybe keep a better eye on it or buy some of that cheap DX stuff for the tough shots.
TB..no dice, sorry man. I didn't want to post again and look like a padder but wanted to address that kid's BS first. One was a Wraith but no PD stamp nor was it bubble plastic. I will keep an eye out for that though since it sounds like it was lost in the pond.