Mark Ellis wrote:Most sins can be erased with a blunt edged disc.
keltik wrote:looking at the scores I see that Des Reading was doing very well but dropped out after 2 rounds. did she get injured? and Feldberg finished top ten even with an itchy bean bag. Nikko finished top 5. Are we sure those guys really got caught in the poison?
martinb wrote:id love to know just how many players did get poison oak.... count me in. the stuff was unavoidable, and thats no slam to the organizers and volunteers who got the courses ready, hats off to those top players who ground out their rounds in those conditions. mine isnt that bad.....
Scooot_er wrote:And disc golfers aren't always the smartest bunch.
Ryen91 wrote:I am pretty sure I am more intelligent then you think and have allot more knowledge then your post might suggest.
keltik wrote:Any more news on what happened to Climo? I know everyone thinks he is irrelevant now but he is still a living legend. Will this affect his career enough to where he'll start playing Masters from now on? O.o
veganray wrote:Did you know that stinging nettles, besides being a painful nuisance plant, are awesome to eat? Heat/moisture (or drying) denature the barbs that deliver the sting & they taste great. I used to forage them all the time when I was a field archaeologist, then blanch & saute them with pasta, sorrel (also foraged), garlic, & lemon. Deelish!
JR wrote:...i've never come across PO and don't mind if i never do...
JR wrote:Hey no worries dude there'll be as much drugs in Cali after i leave if i ever come there. I don't touch the stuff. You might be short of a few brewskies though.
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