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General Banter / Re: Disc Golfer Magizine
« on: April 16, 2009, 12:07:18 AM »
I refused to buy a 4:20 shirt for professional and influential reasons.

Cliff Drive / Re: Teepad Progress at Cliff Drive??
« on: April 13, 2009, 11:20:13 PM »
u wanna get me some diagrams of that one......

Speaking of obtuse

General Banter / Re: Blue Springs Young Park
« on: April 13, 2009, 09:27:36 AM »
I thought they were talking about tee signs.
I was going to mention how St. Louis has signs not only where the entrance was but also at key intersections on the backside of Jefferson's Barracks.

General Banter / Re: Blue Springs Young Park
« on: April 12, 2009, 10:32:15 AM »
I do understand the subject matter was about tee signage but I wanted to expand the issue for input before I proceed.

General Banter / Re: Calling all Musicians & Artists
« on: April 12, 2009, 10:29:03 AM »
Hey Otter,

Rod was actually the drummer for many years after the original guy left. Rod does the biggest share of studio work in KC and is a really great player. He played on a Rock Christmas CD I had out and did some shows for me. The other drummer on that CD who was also on two of my other CDs and used to live with me is now touring the world as the drummer and musical director for Rascal Flats. And my current drummer was in a band called Banshee and on MTV and all that and is a really sick player - so I have had the good fortune to get to play with some really good drummers!! Just happy to be a guitar player they drag along!!  ;D


I'm sure you would not be playing with that talent if you weren't holding your weight. I bet they were lucky to keep up and understand which direction you were going next.

General Banter / Re: Blue Springs Young Park
« on: April 10, 2009, 12:00:54 AM »
I noticed when they were putting new signs up for where Wyco is when they were redoing State Avenue they did not include the disc golf course. I wonder if I can pull some strings for Wyandotte and Rosedale. I think we need signs with the name of the course off the main road before every entrance of evey course.

Tom or Hemmi. May I join your group if there is room?

I have a wedding to attend at 6:30. Its about a 45 minute drive maybe.

I just realized I'm going out of town that weekend. Cancel partner request please.

General Banter / Re: Race tickets April 25, & 26
« on: April 08, 2009, 11:40:07 PM »
People will be out there trying to sell there tickets too. Most if not all end up getting given away. My sis has seat rights and great tickets and she still has problems selling for this event. Everyone wants the Cup tickets though.
I just happen to be traveling South of St. Louis on the weekend of the 18th to see The World of Outlaws Sprint Cars.

Good luck selling those tickets Jack.

I wonder if I can make it back home by 5pm. after this is over?

General Banter / Re: Hidden Valley Temporary Disc Golf Course
« on: April 07, 2009, 11:33:15 AM »
Dude, I've never won over-all but won some pretty good cash for skins. So you never know unless you try. All it takes is doing better on one hole than everyone else to make your day. You can still shoot like crap and walk away with a good hunk of change. I think you might find if you keep playing Homie, your game will improve greatly during tournaments. If there just happens to be a slight distraction during a tournament it will seem much easier to deal with.

General Banter / Re: Hidden Valley Temporary Disc Golf Course
« on: April 06, 2009, 09:52:44 AM »
With as many that was there the heckling was actually pretty mellow. ALOT of newbies were there for this one. We played doubles if anyone was curious.
THE funniest parts. Arturo cannot say dog so was was calling dog by his letters. DOG!! Then he also had a putt from 20 feet and tried finessing it in but a wind came up and blew it about 40 feet the other way. He also was stroked for taking his second shot before everyone was done teeing on another hole.
This was the funnest event I've been to in awhile.
While I'm at it I'm going to insult a couple of guys I called out that didn't show. Jack Lowe and Dick Parker. Dick was crying about hurting but I'm still gonna give him crap just cause I can.

Tournaments / Re: 2nd Annual Capital City Classic
« on: April 05, 2009, 08:12:36 PM »
It wasn't you Brad....Anyway....I just got back in town from drill today and I can't do your tourney now.  My Air National Guard weekend duty dates changed and I have to cancel now.  Im sorry.  I have to go back to the base that weekend.  Things are really picking up...if ya'll catch my drift... :(

Had a great time Sat though at Cap City...did not bad in the 1st Round...if not ob twice, I would have been 2nd...and sadly I missed out 3rd due to one really really bad round...The wind gods on #1 for me when I was putting were not kindly to this fella and he struggled the next 13 holes to pick up the pieces...I almost quit...What an experience...hmmmm, back to REC maybe?

Better start learning the Afghanistan language.

I  would like to find a partner for 100year division. I am 47 years 9 months 20 days

Should I break it down to minutes??   

But even if I cannot get the 100 year division I still need a partner to carry me.

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