When referring to throwing discs into the lake, shouldn't we also include Ron "Kleinmo" Klein?
Alas, one should think that we should, however since this a question posed in the KC discussion room, it is not appropriate to be considered for the question at hand.
Now I personally voted for GLover's disc to be worth more because he has payed disc golf in KC longer than I, and as such should have some historical preference. So the fact that no one cares is a sign that you are all morphed into a state of disbelief and truly a disc in the water is not worth more than one signed in the hand by myself or Mr. Glover. Those watery deaths don't help the plastic, and they are devlaued considerably. So those of you that chose incorrectly, well....you now know the correct answer!