Blueberry CE Teebird.

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Postby dgdave » Tue Mar 20, 2007 6:00 pm

I bet you could get 50. I am not one of the people who believe you should throw what's available. Throw what works and what you like. if you can pay for it and you want it, go for it. I myself am a 10x roc and aviar o' file. these are what I have always thrown well and what I was throwing when I figured out this game. I have had points where I didn't have these in my bag and I did fine, but there is also that mental attachment with these discs that will probably never go away. call me a putz, but I will always be looking for 10x stuff and 1st run ce tls. I will just cut back on my spending for a while or sell some of my plastic to get $ for them.
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Re: Blueberry CE Teebird.

Postby the invisible tree » Wed Mar 21, 2007 4:35 pm

ziggy wrote:
Agreed - slap silly with a trout and branded should they wanna fork over $50.

if u notice, i have not mentioned it's for sale. i was just stating in laymen's term
"can i or can i not get $50 for this disc"

Ok. Under certain circumstances I would pay $50 for that disc.
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Postby Granduter » Wed Mar 21, 2007 5:24 pm

If Bill Gates was sponsoring me I would give you $50 no problem, but other than that I don't think I could justify spending $50 on a single disc.
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