Chuck Kennedy wrote:I slept well at night without even a tinge of amorality when making practice throws into a wall during the 90s. Now I do it into a net when available. Practice throws into a wall are simply a more efficient way to get a similar effect from practice rounds throwing into trees and it's more environmentally sensitive. There's no control over where the discs make contact whether throwing into trees or walls and each disc would have a different wear pattern unlike direct manipulation with a tool.
While that's all well & good (I am particularly moved by the soft, violin-backed "environmentally sensitive" red herring, but I have learned to expect no less from you), it doesn't change the fact the throwing a disc into a wall to make it more understable (to which you have admitted above) is inarguably a "player's post-production modification of a disc that alters its original flight characteristics" and not "nevitable wear and tear from usage during play". If you sleep well at night knowing that, more power to you and your utter lack of respect for the rules & your competitors.
And that lack of a twinge - that IS amorality, my friend.