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Old 09-12-2013, 10:35 PM
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Amazing Interview w/Nikko, Uli, Wysocki

I am blown away by some of the discussion on this interview.....very interesting to hear some of the ideas and passion here

http://localroute.mrdiscgolf.com/?po...ck-with-a-bang
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Old 09-12-2013, 11:22 PM
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nikko gives a shout out to Austin Pfaff (apfaff) at 19:00
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Old 09-12-2013, 11:28 PM
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nikko gives a shout out to Austin Pfaff (apfaff) at 19:00
yep and the kid who took the 2 on the hole he took a 9 was Matty Kashima

Nikko is a great interview
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Old 09-12-2013, 11:36 PM
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Is that really an hour and a half long? And did you really listen to the whole thing? I might have to listen to in the car sometime on my way to a course, but I don't think that my attention span could handle it in almost any other situation.
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Old 09-13-2013, 10:57 AM
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man that is some funky music on the begining.
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Old 09-13-2013, 11:12 AM
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yep and the kid who took the 2 on the hole he took a 9 was Matty Kashima

Nikko is a great interview
So, was it mentioned that when Nikko took that 9, he repeatedly threw his bag into the ground as he walked the fairway, then did it again on the green, nearly hitting a bystander in the parking lot in the process? Oh, and this hole played right in front of the pavilion where tournament central was located so his little tirade occurred in front of staff, spectators and non-disc golfers. Was amazed to hear there were no warnings given, by his group or staff. Unfortunate that behavior like that gets tolerated way too much.
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Old 09-13-2013, 11:15 AM
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So, was it mentioned that when Nikko took that 9, he repeatedly threw his bag into the ground as he walked the fairway, then did it again on the green, nearly hitting a bystander in the parking lot in the process? Oh, and this hole played right in front of the pavilion where tournament central was located so his little tirade occurred in front of staff, spectators and non-disc golfers. Was amazed to hear there were no warnings given, by his group or staff. Unfortunate that behavior like that gets tolerated way too much.
People need to start calling courtesy violations on him so he will learn that this childish behavior is not accepted in the disc golf community.
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Old 09-13-2013, 11:20 AM
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So, was it mentioned that when Nikko took that 9, he repeatedly threw his bag into the ground as he walked the fairway, then did it again on the green, nearly hitting a bystander in the parking lot in the process? Oh, and this hole played right in front of the pavilion where tournament central was located so his little tirade occurred in front of staff, spectators and non-disc golfers. Was amazed to hear there were no warnings given, by his group or staff. Unfortunate that behavior like that gets tolerated way too much.
^^ I agree Ive come VERY close to warning people in groups before! But right when Im about to I get that feeling of well "I dont want to be the D*ck if no one else is going to say anything.." I mean I get mad but there is a line where if you are plain showing your A*$ you need to be reprimanded.. No one wants to be in a group where that crap is going on. It gets to where your working me while your blowing up. And yes Im talking about open players.

@Turbo its ALOT of Open guys not just a few!
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Old 09-13-2013, 11:22 AM
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The list of players over 1020 who don't need warnings for behaivor is a lot smaller than the ones that don't.
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