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Old 06-05-2008, 12:23 AM
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Thumbs up I knew when.....

I was picked up for traffic warrants and I spent the entire time in jail planning how I was going to win the next tournament shot for shot. For 3 days I SWEAR I completely planned how I was going to play the round, and I went out and executed exactly how I planned for the most part.

Most people are begging and pleading to get out of jail but I just took time off work and relaxed and planned how I was going to finish 1st out of 24.


Finished +1 by the way....

That's how we do it in Texas
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Old 06-05-2008, 07:45 AM
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That's how we do it in Texas
That is a great story!
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Old 06-05-2008, 08:33 AM
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…you are considering climbing Mt. Everest just to try and break the world record for the longest disc throw.
It's been done!

The World Record for the Highest altitude throw (from the WFDF World Records):
8,825 m by Christopher Pizzo (USA) at Mt. Everest, Nepal on 10/24/81

Donovan, these lists are great! Thanks for the laughs. ;>)

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Old 06-05-2008, 03:17 PM
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Is the diaper understable or overstable?

I think I found a listing on the stability of the diaper:


Difficulty 4
Speed 0
Glide 0
High Speed Stability 0
Low Speed Stability 0
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Old 06-05-2008, 04:06 PM
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It's been done!

The World Record for the Highest altitude throw (from the WFDF World Records):
8,825 m by Christopher Pizzo (USA) at Mt. Everest, Nepal on 10/24/81

Donovan, these lists are great! Thanks for the laughs. ;>)
Yes it has, but could they beat it if they jumped a little higher, or threw it from a ladder? Gotta keep thinking higher than the mountain.

Thanks so much bro! Now, if I can only find an artist, we could put this in a small paperback book just for fun and sell a few. Not going to get rich from it, but it would be a great gift for other players. All artists please reply.
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Old 06-09-2008, 03:56 AM
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The other morning I was accused of talking in my sleep, which is not uncommon for me. However I’m told that most of the time it never makes any sense I just say words that either don’t mean anything or that don’t logically go together. This morning my wife said I woke her up and I was telling her that “she was going to hurt the course if she continued doing that.” If that’s not a sign that you’re addict to disc golf than I don’t know what is.
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Old 06-09-2008, 08:15 AM
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...you are driving to a tournament and looking at the other vehicles around you, try to guess who else is heading that same way - even though you are still miles away.
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Old 06-09-2008, 09:04 AM
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While my In Laws were visiting(Meaning I couldn't go to the course) I was in the backyard with my putters, alternating between the Beware Of Dog sign and the Everlast on my heavy bag! MY Father In Law asked my Wife, "Why is he playing Frisbee by himself?" I had to correct him, Not Frisbee, But Disc Golf. I think thats a sign of my new addiction.
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Old 06-09-2008, 10:53 AM
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The other morning I was accused of talking in my sleep, which is not uncommon for me. However Iím told that most of the time it never makes any sense I just say words that either donít mean anything or that donít logically go together. This morning my wife said I woke her up and I was telling her that ďshe was going to hurt the course if she continued doing that.Ē If thatís not a sign that youíre addict to disc golf than I donít know what is.
Wow bro, that is funny. I wonder what you dreamed she was doing?
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Old 06-10-2008, 01:45 AM
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Okay here is my story. I am going Nashville for a bridge tournament this weekend and I am taking my wife and daughter. I am thinking about staying an extra day so I can play disc golf but that would cost about $300 because I would need two hotel rooms. Then it hit me. I could save the $300 to go see my daughter later this summer, stay two nights at the Lake Cumberland lodge and play more rounds than if I had an extra day in Nashville.
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