biscgolf wrote:i bet the curling organization has way better member retention than the pDGA.
JHern wrote:Yet, people are not always discussing the underlying motivations and characters involved, behind the scenes. I think "Chains, the movie" provides a glimpse of that, although it may not connect with everybody. But in any case, that's hard to convey on an internet forum, for damn sure. Folks here at DGR often discuss Avery's throwing, but they don't discuss his personal drive and commitment to the sport, which are more important. The more you tell me that it is an empty dream, the more I envision casting folks like Avery as fatalistic heroes fighting a worthy, but ultimately losing, battle. But I really don't agree that things are that bad, I just think many of us are impatient for growth of the kind that won't be attained for some years. Or maybe it's just me, perhaps I'd rather go down swinging, for a good fight, and a worthy cause, instead of yielding. I don't know. But these folks certainly inspire that kind of response, and I'm still sympathetic to the cause, for better, or worse.
ziggy wrote:...I am fighting a losing battle trying to gain access to what is being said on all of these videos...
We're one of the few countries that regularly subtitles everything. In most countries everything is dubbed. I still shudder at the thought of German South Park. That and German Top Gear. Greek Wonder Woman on the other hand was great fun.JR wrote:Am i right with the impression that most Americans aren't used to and don't want to see subtitles? At least if it can be avoided. If so a DVD or BluRay Disc should be made to have an optional subtitle.
biscgolf wrote:jubuttib wrote:Greek Wonder Woman on the other hand was great fun.
QFT you lucky boy...
jubuttib wrote:http://www.imdb.com/media/rm3336681472/nm1597316 ?
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