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Old 04-11-2020, 05:28 PM
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When those tour series comets drop I’ll be sure to support! Speak of the devils, how do they fly / feel? Is the swirly Z kinda grippy? I’m hoping they are stable out of the box too! Love working in comets.
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They are stable out of the box!! Super domey and stiff. They feel great!!!
This hopefully should answer your question, FinHatch.

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What plastic is the 2020 MJ tour Comet released in and when can we expect to be able to buy em here in europe?

also how's the stability compared to -18 and -19 ones, I personally like the more stable Comets so those are


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Old 04-13-2020, 11:41 AM
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I just broke out my 1st fresh 2019 MJ Comet yesterday, and now a new release is right on the doorstep?!?

I'll buy a couple. If I collect anything, it's comets and signed discs (and signed comets are my favorite)

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Old 04-13-2020, 04:13 PM
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Hey MJ, I was wondering if we could have an updated what is in your bag as of Worlds? What were the discs you were relying heavily on there? Great shooting btw!
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If you can include colors or pics that would help a ton in adding your disc info for all the MJ Worlds vids we'll be putting out
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Not a question, but it's MJ footage, so I figured I'd drop it here. We're almost done with your first round too MJ. I don't have time to go back through this thread, but did you have time to do that in the bag vid? No worries if you didn't. Only reason I ask is I've gotten a lot of people wanting to know what you're throwing on these holes.

[round 6 videos]
Just for funsies, I went back through some old Worlds 2014 vids. The round 1 vids were uploaded about 4 months after the tournament, and MJ gets a shout out for giving CCDG the disc info. At any rate, the discs are listed consistently in those round 1 videos (lots of Comets, Bangers, and Cranks) so you should be able to figure out the later rounds (which had been filmed previously.

And there weren't any links in this thread to most of the videos, so here's a link to another awesome tournament with lots of MJ footage, in another one of my favorite events at awesome courses!

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Old 04-18-2020, 02:22 AM
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I just like throwing frisbees, dont need everyone else to see me doing it for me to enjoy it
We can all learn from this.

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Old 04-28-2020, 05:23 AM
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We can all learn from this.
Learn what exactly?
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Old 04-28-2020, 02:40 PM
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Learn what exactly?
There is no need for validation from others to enjoy what we enjoy.

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Old 04-29-2020, 12:29 AM
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There is no need for validation from others to enjoy what we enjoy.
I mean...with all due respect, that's literally common sense, I don't see a revelation of profound thought there.

"I just like throwing frisbees, dont need everyone else to see me doing it for me to enjoy it"
"We can all learn from this"

Help me out here...I don't know anyone who fits this narrative. Someone who needs others to watch them play disc golf for them to enjoy playing disc golf themselves. And apparently..we can all learn from this. Are you saying there is a large base of disc golfers who don't enjoy playing the game unless there's an audience watching them? I would bet there's an incredibly high percentage of disc golfers who are the total opposite, like myself, who enjoy the game the most when it's just them and a bag of plastic hiking through the woods.
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Old 04-29-2020, 07:11 AM
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If you're bothered by this, you might be in the wrong thread.

It's more a commentary on society as a whole, in the setting of current social media behavior and YouTube in particular. No one can deny there's a trend of disc golfers and disc golf pros being filmed and watched more than disc golfers ever have been, and there's only an increasing demand for all kinds of disc golf videos.

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I would bet there's an incredibly high percentage of disc golfers who are the total opposite, like myself, who enjoy the game the most when it's just them and a bag of plastic hiking through the woods.
I think the vast majority of us here, including MJ, fit this bill.

Nevertheless, I do find it ironic that we're discussing this on an online disc golf social media forum.

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Old 04-29-2020, 07:33 AM
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If you're bothered by this...
lol... bothered? nope... lol..

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I think the vast majority of us here, including MJ, fit this bill.
Exactly, hence my reason for calling out the "We can all learn from this" statement because I still don't see any rationale for the "we" part. Oh well...enough derailing of this awesome thread.
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Old 05-02-2020, 02:07 AM
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Oh man been looking for a 19 Tour Series in the 164-166 range for a long time. Probably take forever to arrive
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