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Postby Timko » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:29 pm

DanTaylor wrote:
Furthur wrote:
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dgdave wrote:I got it at the DMart by Dolese.

Don't worry fritz, its blue


Well then.. I'll let it slide :)


You've got something against blue, right?


Blue disc's are destined for water. Because of the color they have a natural gravitation towards it. I believe that as does Fritz.


That's so absurd is hilarious.
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Postby Timko » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:30 pm

dgdave wrote:What if you don't throw it around water?


What if you just don't throw it IN the water?
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Postby dgdave » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:31 pm

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dgdave wrote:What if you don't throw it around water?


What if you just don't throw it IN the water?


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Postby williethekid » Fri Jan 25, 2008 9:32 pm

I guess we should buy silver discs then, and definitely not yellow (they will hit the chastity band)
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Postby MILLENNIUM » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:04 pm

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Frank_Delicious wrote:Are you working on any fairway drivers that are more overstable than the JLS?...

(answer from John via email) :
Yes we are. We've tested some prototypes and are very pleased. We hope to have something by summer. If you haven't already, you might want to try the Sentinel MF or EXP.

Is it gonna be called the JLF?

The name is not certain at this point. That name will be considered.
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Postby MILLENNIUM » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:06 pm

Roy wrote:When will we see the EXP in different plastic?

(answer from John via email) :

We’re working on a faster version of the EXP. No plans to run that exact mold again in any material. So grab the existing ones while they last.
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Postby MILLENNIUM » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:07 pm

stoneman wrote:My Millenium putter says it was made by Innova. :shock: Is that true of all Millenium plastic?

Yes, Millennium discs have always been manufactured by Innova-Champion. Dave Dunipace is the genius behind all of our disc designs.
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Postby MILLENNIUM » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:09 pm

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Donkeypuncher wrote:3. Can you give a list of discs that were CE runs, and their version number?

Zach's answer to the CE run numbers question; it's the official list of warehouse folklore, but not verifiable for corporate office endorsement. I've handled or own all of these. - ZM
Here are the runs of Millennium discs that are CE-type plastic (from around 2000-2002) : QJLS 1.1 and CE-JLS Test Run of 2000; QMS 1.1; Q-Mega 1.1 Proto w/bar-stamp; Polaris LS 1.12; EXP 1.7 .

ZAM, what about the Q Sentinel? I was of the understanding that most (if not all) of these are CE. They feel like CE and not Champ to me. What's the story?

The first run of Q-Sentinel is believed to be a mix of CE-type and Champion-type plastic. Besides the general opaque appearance of the plastic, those are identifiable by the engraving on the bottom; San Marino is first run, and the latest run uses a duplicate core engraved with WWW lettering. Most Q-Sentinels in circulation are first runs, the newer run has been circulating for approximately six months.
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Postby dgdave » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:09 pm

MILLENNIUM,
What is your expert opinion on blue discs being attracted to water?
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Postby MILLENNIUM » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:10 pm

latitude wrote:I'm just wondering which players are sponsored by Millenium. Or not just sponsored, sponsored to the point when they are only alloud to throw Millenium discs.

We hope to have that information soon on a new website. Mike Olse of Texas and Lesli Demark of New Jersey are our top sponsored pros.
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Postby ApesOfWrath » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:16 pm

beyond disc design, what role does Dave D play with Mill?
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Postby Fritz » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:19 pm

Furthur wrote:
DanTaylor wrote:
Furthur wrote:
Fritz wrote:
dgdave wrote:I got it at the DMart by Dolese.

Don't worry fritz, its blue


Well then.. I'll let it slide :)


You've got something against blue, right?


Blue disc's are destined for water. Because of the color they have a natural gravitation towards it. I believe that as does Fritz.


That's so absurd is hilarious.


It's TRUTH! I tell yea TRUTH! :twisted:

I'll explain...
All blue discs, I've ever owned, ended up in the water, or puddle or sprinklers..
My brother laughed at me and I said, let's review your lost discs sir...
Blue DX Valk. One of your longest throws ever, what happen to it on that throw, Lost in the Lake you never thought you could make it to.
Blue Star Wraith, shanked a drive, hit a tree, ricocheted into the lake.
Blue DX Gazelle, hit's basket, pops up on edge, rolls into the lake.

I had a DX Roc, ended up in a creek from a skip n roll.
Star Starfire Blue yup stream @ Widefield.
...

Blue Discs = Water bound!
:shock:
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Postby DanTaylor » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:23 pm

Laugh all you want every blue disc Ive owned ended up in water.
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Postby Timko » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:23 pm

Fritz wrote:
Furthur wrote:
DanTaylor wrote:
Furthur wrote:
Fritz wrote:
dgdave wrote:I got it at the DMart by Dolese.

Don't worry fritz, its blue


Well then.. I'll let it slide :)


You've got something against blue, right?


Blue disc's are destined for water. Because of the color they have a natural gravitation towards it. I believe that as does Fritz.


That's so absurd is hilarious.


It's TRUTH! I tell yea TRUTH! :twisted:

I'll explain...
All blue discs, I've ever owned, ended up in the water, or puddle or sprinklers..
My brother laughed at me and I said, let's review your lost discs sir...
Blue DX Valk. One of your longest throws ever, what happen to it on that throw, Lost in the Lake you never thought you could make it to.
Blue Star Wraith, shanked a drive, hit a tree, ricocheted into the lake.
Blue DX Gazelle, hit's basket, pops up on edge, rolls into the lake.

I had a DX Roc, ended up in a creek from a skip n roll.
Star Starfire Blue yup stream @ Widefield.
...

Blue Discs = Water bound!
:shock:


Think a blue disc would end up in that pet spa of yours if you gave it enough time? :twisted:
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Postby Fritz » Fri Jan 25, 2008 10:25 pm

Furthur wrote:
Fritz wrote:
Furthur wrote:
DanTaylor wrote:
Furthur wrote:
Fritz wrote:
dgdave wrote:I got it at the DMart by Dolese.

Don't worry fritz, its blue


Well then.. I'll let it slide :)


You've got something against blue, right?


Blue disc's are destined for water. Because of the color they have a natural gravitation towards it. I believe that as does Fritz.


That's so absurd is hilarious.


It's TRUTH! I tell yea TRUTH! :twisted:

I'll explain...
All blue discs, I've ever owned, ended up in the water, or puddle or sprinklers..
My brother laughed at me and I said, let's review your lost discs sir...
Blue DX Valk. One of your longest throws ever, what happen to it on that throw, Lost in the Lake you never thought you could make it to.
Blue Star Wraith, shanked a drive, hit a tree, ricocheted into the lake.
Blue DX Gazelle, hit's basket, pops up on edge, rolls into the lake.

I had a DX Roc, ended up in a creek from a skip n roll.
Star Starfire Blue yup stream @ Widefield.
...

Blue Discs = Water bound!
:shock:


Think a blue disc would end up in that pet spa of yours if you gave it enough time? :twisted:


:lol: I bet it would find a way.
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