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Old 12-05-2013, 01:34 PM
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During a doubles event last year I was up on the box first and hadn't played this new pin location. The pin sits at about 360' with two very large guardian trees blocking a straight shot. The wind was gusting 10mph or so from right to left and from the Tee the pin is off to the left at about 10:30.

I debate on which option I should take with my partner. He suggests a very wide line on hyzer angle with my fastest driver. This line makes the shot a little over 400' now. This line wouldn't make sense if we didn't have the wind blowing in our favor, the disc should get a big push left once it starts to lose spin.

I execute the shot, It appears my angle and line are ideal for the birdie. The disc slows down and the wind pushes it hard to the left. SMASH! Center chains, into the bucket, then my disc toilet bowls around the cage and flops out the back.

The dudes are still uttering nice shot as I fall backward onto the grass. My partner starts his run up the moment I'm out of his way. He matches the line and angle my shot had. The wind carries the disc the same way it carried my shot. SMASH! ACE!
Someone left the ace door open.
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Old 12-05-2013, 03:13 PM
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HAHAHA... I'm assuming you're talking about the lovely Campus View course? I played that many times and never noticed a welded condom, but that's classic CV shenanigans.

That course is strange enough as is... using student apartment buildings as your OB lines. I've vaulted a few of my buddies on those roofs to retrieve plastic, luckily no broken windows though.
It wasn't actually welded, just like rubber burnt with a light and randomly on the basket. My buddy threw his first shot on the roof. He cried.
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Old 12-05-2013, 03:25 PM
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Its hard to believe but I've seen a mountain lion in north texas. The large cat and I met eyes and then he ran off into the wild within a few seconds. This was no ordinary cat, as he had LARGE yellow eyes and was atleast 3 and a half feet tall. also hawks like to land on the ground near me and just sit and watch me walk by. Lets just say I'm one with nature
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Old 12-05-2013, 03:30 PM
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I saw two people, a scurvy looking lady in her late 20's(face was sunken and wrinkly, I'm guessing meth), and a much more scurvy looking guy(full beard, no shirt, and shorts that he couldn't keep up with no underwear) exiting the forest of poison ivy with no discs and proceed to walk by me and some friends, go to their car, and leave. We just kinda stared and then kept going.
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Old 12-05-2013, 06:56 PM
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That's more normal than unusual.
Well, being a person that doesn't smoke weed, it caught me off guard.
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Old 12-06-2013, 09:14 AM
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homeless couple having sex. you don't want to see any pics. it is something i can never un-see.
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Old 12-07-2013, 02:44 AM
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Lakewood in seattle has a hole that has OB sidewalk on the left with a shelter pin high with the hole. I attempted an anny, but slipped and threw it right for the shelter, I yelled fore, then I saw a bag get hit and trash fly everywhere. 2 women and one guy are in the shelter (less than 3 teeth between them), the guy starts yelling "You hit my beeotch". He continues to scream then throws my disc back at me. Later in the round I see the guy and the woman who is not his "beeotch" having sex right in the middle of park with his "beeotch" watching. They were so high they didn't know what was going on and the other girl was crying. Very weird, gross and sad.
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Old 12-07-2013, 03:34 AM
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Lakewood in seattle has a hole that has OB sidewalk on the left with a shelter pin high with the hole. I attempted an anny, but slipped and threw it right for the shelter, I yelled fore, then I saw a bag get hit and trash fly everywhere. 2 women and one guy are in the shelter (less than 3 teeth between them), the guy starts yelling "You hit my beeotch". He continues to scream then throws my disc back at me. Later in the round I see the guy and the woman who is not his "beeotch" having sex right in the middle of park with his "beeotch" watching. They were so high they didn't know what was going on and the other girl was crying. Very weird, gross and sad.
Wow that's crazy white center is the hood though lol!
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