Luke wrote:Trying to be "holier" I was not. Trying to get across that if that old fuck at league smokes while I'm on the tee pad again, after flipping his disc at every hole, calling me on "un-needed movement", throwing his disc into his bag after he misses a putt he rarely makes, or acting like he's a tenth of his age, I'm going to bury my foot in his crotch.
Well, then you have some issues with self-assertion that you need to work out in real life, not the forum. I guess I'm in the same boat- I failed to voice my opinions on the spot at the players' meeting. At your next league weekly, during the players' meeting, bring up the subject with the applicable rule dog-eared but mention no names. Just force the issue publicly that letting one's smoke even remotely distract another player, especially during a throw, is a courtesy violation and will be treated as such.
Unless, of course, you just have other, non-smoking-related issues with this guy and choose to focus your rage on his smoking instead of what really bugs you about him. In that case, in regards to this subject, shut up.
Nohr, I'd smoke in the middle of a two-hour movie if someone had to pause it to go to the bathroom, take a call, or something. I probably wouldn't stop a movie or leave a theater strictly for a cigarette, unless the movie was worthless anyways. I know of people who wake up in the middle of the night to smoke regularly. They are severe addicts, to be sure, but it's not an outlandish concept. What are you trying to hint at, that there are numerous stages of nicotine addiction? That is correct, good job. You were probably blessed with a lighter habit, like a pack a day or less.
The round took around 6.5 hours, some groups more, some groups less. I would have been one very pissed off individual had I not brought a can of snuff with me. I felt genuinely sorry for those addicts who could not abide by a dip or sneaking a smoke on the sly.
We are not like those other golfers. We throw our clubs and keep our balls where they belong. -Ol' Bob