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Barter Town / Re: Star Mako
« Last post by Douug on January 12, 2018, 04:57:00 PM »
No rush Jack.  But man get those Christmas decorations down.

Maybe he is Russian?

No.....Dutch German.....

but the Steelers play this weekend, so I will have to get rid of all that by then....


Thank you Jack. 😉
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Barter Town / Re: Star Mako
« Last post by jack on January 12, 2018, 03:28:24 PM »
No rush Jack.  But man get those Christmas decorations down.

Maybe he is Russian?

No.....Dutch German.....

I am slow, and have been under the weather, and then I went to the Chiefs bombing and that made me lazy on Sunday....but the Steelers play this weekend, so I will have to get rid of all that by then....

Before you decide to get rid of the tree, it's a good idea to check your city to see if there are any restrictions for throwing out a tree or if they have scheduled pickup dates for them. If you can basically get rid of your tree however you want, here are some popular dates.

Dec. 31: Take your tree down on New Year's Eve before the bells toll at midnight. Otherwise, it's said you'll be dragging all your baggage and bad luck from last year into the new year... if you're superstitious about these things, that is.

Jan. 5: Take your tree down on this day, traditionally considered the Twelfth Day of Christmas — i.e., the last of 12 days of Christmas merriment. Think of it as getting closure on the holiday season.

More: Thousands of bugs could be sitting in your Christmas tree right now

Jan. 6: Take it down on Jan. 6 in observance of the Epiphany, a Christian holiday marking the revelation of God in human form in the person of Jesus. Again, some would say leaving your tree up beyond the 5th or 6th brings bad luck.

So blame me for the Chiefs Loss, not Jerry the Ref....
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Tournaments / Re: Maverick 2018 Disc Golf Series Driven by INNOVA Champion Discs
« Last post by robm on January 11, 2018, 12:23:55 PM »


Registration is open:

http://dgscene.com/KanzaKrush2018

Edit 1/15/18 - registration is half full.
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Tournaments / Re: Maverick 2018 Disc Golf Series Driven by INNOVA Champion Discs
« Last post by robm on January 11, 2018, 12:22:04 PM »
Is Dirty Water supposed to be on the 17th, not the 27th? The 27th is a Tuesday...
fixed
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Winter Leagues / Re: 2018 kcfdc pdga Traveling League Safari Saturday
« Last post by MK on January 11, 2018, 02:13:42 AM »
Set up for Saturday at Wilbur Young

1.  Long to long 475' par 4
2.  Long to long 383' par 4
3.  Long to long 272'
4.  Short to long 218'
5.  Short to long 267'
6.  Long to right 265'
7.  Long to right 425'
8.  Only 158' (that's not right...)
9.  Short to long right 223'
10.  Dock to long, retee if you don't make it.  Hint, throw to short pad.  155'
11.  Long to left 331'
12.  Short to long straight 207'
13.  Long to long 315'
14.  Long to left 206'
15.  Short to left 199'
16.  Short to right in trees 190'
17.  Long to right 287'
18.  Short to long right 221'
19. 12 long to practice basket 211'

Roads, all fences, walking paths, sidewalks and over are OB.  Surrounded by ice or water is OB.  Normal OB rules apply.

Sign up at 930, tee at 10.
$5 for KCFDC members and  $6 for non-members.  Add a buck for the ace fund.

See ya Saturday at Wilbur Young!
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Tournaments / Re: 2018 Kansas City Wide Open--A Tier and then some--June 8-11
« Last post by Timko on January 09, 2018, 01:50:19 PM »
Let's rope it up for fun! :)

Did someone say my name?
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Let's rope it up for fun! :)
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Tournaments / Re: 2018 Kansas City Wide Open--A Tier and then some--June 8-11
« Last post by jack on January 09, 2018, 12:42:56 PM »
I don’t want to sound like a comedian but are you calling the junior course the executive course now?

It has always been called that, some call it the Jr. Course.....but the naming has always been Exec Course.  I will be mimicking the 2014 Club Championship layout for a reference point.  Format will probably be WW/Rosie on Friday, Cliff on Sat and BV on Sunday for Pro divisions, and then BV on Friday, Rosie/Cliff/WW on Sat and Missed one on Sunday for Am's....BV will be Tee Times
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Tournaments / Re: 2018 Kansas City Wide Open--A Tier and then some--June 8-11
« Last post by otter on January 09, 2018, 11:09:08 AM »
Collared/'collard' shirt AND tie required.
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Tournaments / Re: 2018 Kansas City Wide Open--A Tier and then some--June 8-11
« Last post by jamidanger on January 09, 2018, 10:45:28 AM »
I don’t want to sound like a comedian but are you calling the junior course the executive course now?
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