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Old 01-20-2013, 02:30 PM
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Yep.
Tell him Kent said Hello and get his pink a$$ out to IL13 if he can
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Old 01-20-2013, 03:27 PM
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Hah, will do - how do I sign "pink a$$"?
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Old 01-20-2013, 04:05 PM
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One....I met him and his wife and another guy and joined their group at my home course (Armco Park White Course). His name is Jeremiah.
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:03 PM
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Fremont Ca has a well know School for the Deaf. Founded 1860, 9 baskets around the school, though the baskets don't look 150+ years old. I don't know any personally.
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Old 01-20-2013, 09:55 PM
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(grins). Yes it was a grand time for everyone of us who went to Bloomin Days 5 at Stoney Hill! I was the TD there and it was a great pleasure to have had worked with David. I salud you!

Again, thanks a bunch for allowing us to huk, camp, and have a good time!

I strongly recommend you go and play at Stoney Hill. It will be worth it your time and gas
Ah, somebody who can answer this thread's question with, "a whole bunch."

Maybe we can do it again some day.
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Old 01-20-2013, 11:14 PM
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i play a lot at bluemont and often play with guys from gallaudet! i would play with a buddy of mine every now and then and he is deaf. i don't sign so we would just txt and show it to each other. sadly he got a job and moved out west!
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Old 01-20-2013, 11:16 PM
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There's quite a few here in Upstate SC. One dude got an ace during the Ice Bowl a couple weeks back, didn't say a word.
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:05 AM
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Hey Ziggy, this is D.J. up in Wausau. Good to see you're on DGCR. My girlfriend is teaching me to sign actually. She works with a hearing impaired lady. I actually went to an elementary school that had a great program for hearing impaired children. I knew the basics back then and hope to be able to relearn.

Anywho I hope to see you again at the Wednesday Yellowbanks doubles. If you make the trip up here this coming summer. I'll be running it this year. We get some pretty decent ace pots going and hopefully the back 9 will be complete by the end of summer.
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:04 AM
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I'm from Springfield IL (i know who u are Kent [he's like a celebrity in Springfield] but if you don't know who i am I'm the tall red headed guy) and I have been fortunate to play with quite a few deaf players over the past few years. My first experience was in 2009, when I had just started casually playing Springfield's Wednesday night leagues. The Deaf Nationals tournament was in town, so on that wed. league night we played 1hearing 1deaf partners best disc doubles. Not only was it my first time playing doubles, but it was my first experience really interacting with deaf people. And oh my day was it a GREAT experience. I found it extremely interesting having to communicate with my deaf partner, whom I'd never met before. All around GREAT experience. Over the past 2 years, in my 40ish tournaments, Ive encountered a few deaf players but most notably James Forgy (frog) and Ron Moberly from Springfield and Jacksonville respectfully. They are a blast to play with, have introduced the game to other deaf individuals, and in 1 tournament, I played on their card first round and they both had deaf caddies too. Thrilled the Deaf Nationals are in Springfield again. MIDWEST
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