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General Banter / Re: Victor Wooten @ The Granada Tonight
« on: September 22, 2009, 01:44:04 pm »
Nice. Victor is/was awesome. He was doing his two minds one groove tour with JD Blair. I drove to STL to see this tour back in May (I think) when they were first getting back on the road.

Victor is great. Bass player from my band went to his Woo-camps and has idolized him for a long time.

Backstage at Waka 06:

I've seen him perform in a bunch of different settings, but the best I've ever seen was his Soul Circus tour a few years ago. WOW.

General Banter / Victor Wooten @ The Granada Tonight
« on: September 18, 2009, 01:53:00 pm »
Anyone else going? I'll be heading to L town right after work to play a round at Centennial before the show...

- If you're wondering who Victor Wooten is...

Tournaments / Re: KC's FIRST EVER ACE RACE!!!!
« on: September 18, 2009, 12:22:00 pm »
just signed up, what a way to get rid of a hang over!!

General Banter / Re: Anyone going to see The Mars Volta tonight?
« on: September 15, 2009, 10:21:14 am »
ha, yeah, Thomas is almost too choppy dude. All those gospel chops dudes. Have you ever seen / heard of the shed session videos?

Gotta love the dive bars that still allow smoking.

My band played in Topeka not too long ago and when I walked in and saw ash trays sitting on the tables I was all confused for a minute.

Have fun, pre-packed rooms are always a blast, especially if they've been pre-liquored!

General Banter / Re: Freakin Awesome...
« on: August 21, 2009, 03:34:15 pm »
Try using bottle caps instead of quarters for a game of micro-golf  :D  Eighteen holes -- no waiting!!

Awesome idea. I have spent many nights flicking bottle caps at random targets... signs, pictures, people....

I just got a chance to listen to the full album and it is f'n sweet!!!

Really cool, I think my favorite was Cash Up Front but The Gun Slinger is almost a tie.

Love It....I really appreciate free music also, especially when you get a hold of a gem like this!!

Much Thanks!

Hey thanks for taking the time to check it out. We've only been playing as a group for about 8 months, so good feedback is nice to hear. Really glad you dug it. We're just havin fun.

Hey all, my group played one of the best shows yet, and we got it all on tape. We multi-track record this and mix it down on an analog console... Feel free to share this with who ever you think might enjoy it, and tell me what you think.


General Banter / Re: How about #KCFDC?
« on: August 14, 2009, 09:27:02 am »
I'm not sure if there's enough golfers that are active on twitter. I used to use it quite a bit but I have slowed down due to spam / advertisements. Who knows, I'll try and remember to use it.. See if we can't start a little trend.

General Banter / Re: Calling all Musicians & Artists
« on: June 26, 2009, 12:19:30 pm »
For those who might care to know, here is Mouth's schedule over the next 2 weeks:

June 26 - TONIGHT - THE SURGE, Joplin Mo
June 27 - Saturday - The Jazzhaus, Lawrence - 3 sets, we're the only group playing

July 2 - Thursday - Blayney’s , Westport MO (We were playing with our friends 77 Jefferson, but they had to drop, so we might be playing this by ourselves.
July 3 - Urbana, KC MO - FIRST Friday's gig, free, free beer. 7-9.

Tournaments / Re: 27th Kansas City Wide Open - MAY 30 & 31, 2009
« on: May 29, 2009, 01:10:03 pm »
The Unified Gov P&R gave Wyco a tournament cut yesterday.  Besides the thatch patches, which is unavoidable this time of year, the course is in excellent condition.   

hello rollers!

Tournaments / Re: 27th Kansas City Wide Open - MAY 30 & 31, 2009
« on: May 27, 2009, 03:25:53 pm »
The party will be a blast. I worked at Stonewall for 3 years, the backyard is great.

Is it pizza & bbq?

General Banter / Re: Not DG related: NHL Playoffs
« on: May 20, 2009, 03:31:59 pm »
I also knew all along the Penguins weren't coming to K.C.  Mario played everybody to perfection.  If the Islanders moved here that would be great.  Might have to rename the team.  I'm not sure the Kansas City Islanders would make a whole lot of sense.  If an NHL team ever did come to K.C. I hope they have a name contest.  I've got some good ideas.

They had a name contest for the soccer team too, epic fail.

General Banter / Re: Not DG related: NHL Playoffs
« on: May 18, 2009, 10:48:00 am »
I played 12 years of Ice Hockey. Grew up in KC and traveled to play quite a bit starting my second season. Highest level played was Midget AA for tournaments and Iowa Highschool Hockey League for a season.

I don't follow much hockey now, but I would still go see it live as much as possible if we had decent hockey.

The KC Stars (Midget AA or AAA I believe) games are pretty fun, they have really started to play at a high level.

I love hockey. Go Wings!

Shawnee Mission / Re: Welcome to Friendly Shawnee Mission...
« on: May 14, 2009, 01:33:26 pm »
I recently met 3 friends at SMP, they are all new to the game. It was only the second tee box where officer Short McPudgy saw us, pulled his car over, got out, walked through a swamp, told us forcefully that he needed to search our bags.

There was no asking to search, he simply told us "I need to search your bags please." I quickly asked "Why?" and he informed me it was to check to see if we had alcohol. My friend quickly freaked out and opened his bag up. (We were all clean, as I had told my friends to leave their beers at home prior to playing.) Anyway, after he search my friends bag, he looked at me and said "I need to search your bag." And I said "No." That made him mad. He quickly started spouting off that if we got caught with alcohol it would be a $70 fine. I assured him that I didn't have beer, that I had played the course before, and I knew my rights. It was only after I brought it up, that he said that the search was only by consent. I realize that you have to know your rights before you're entitled to them, but still.

I hope his attitude was a result of something else in his life going horribly wrong, not just some pre-determined disposition against disc golfers.

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