This subject allways comes up, but it's a valid one.
No name- mine.
Name, no number- makes it tough to return.
Name & number- you will get a call. alot of the time, the person doesnt seem to
want it back, or has already bought a replacement. Regardless, I have had some
nice discs given to me by the person who I returned it to.
I am not greedy either, I give away alot of discs that I find if I know the person likes to play alot, or uses a particular disc that I found that they like; or if they are a newbie and dont have any. The nice guy take on discs is the way to be, it comes back to you in a better way than the disc you might have wanted to keep, but returned it to the original owner.
I think its B$#ch made to sell discs with names and numbers. You should't capitalize on someones misfourtune. they would't have written a name and number on the discs if they didnt want it back.
Also I have foulnd that the more I give back, the more come back to me.
It s "the golden rule" man.....
"I dont know if I can sink this putt, theres a Bush in the way- Kind of like the US goverment"...