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  • #46
    Originally posted by Ol' Bob View Post
    Sorry, though I don't smoke it myself (for health reasons), but I truly believe all the natural herbs of the pharmacopoeia should be unrestricted public property, as it would be in a truly democratic and free society. (Just one person's opinion which shouldn't seriously threaten the vested interests of the status quo.)
    Amen

    I thought this thread was about the speakers on people's bags while we all play disc golf.

    My OPINION is that it is situational. Meaning that sometime they are great and sometimes I do not want to hear them. Most educated reasonable friendly disc golfers can figure out this difference and adjust their responses accordingly. The others I do not want to golf with.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by DMZ View Post

      My OPINION is that it is situational. Meaning that sometime they are great and sometimes I do not want to hear them. Most educated reasonable friendly disc golfers can figure out this difference and adjust their responses accordingly. The others I do not want to golf with.
      Can I get a witness?

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      • #48
        I love having tunes to play a round. I do not own any speakers myself, but many of my friends do. Depending on who I am playing with, I can be throwing to anything from Heavy metal to the Black Keys even the Blues(love ya Dusty). I think it enhances the experience when you are playing. Especially when you begin a tag round and as you step up to the tee, the guy with the speakers plays the theme from "the Good, The Bad and the Ugly". Classic!
        Nihilists! F@#$ me. I mean, say what you like about the tenets of National Socialism, Dude, at least it's an ethos.

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        • #49
          i don't care for the music and i will ask anyone i golf with to turn it off. there's so much ambient noise on most courses as it is that i don't know if i've ever really been bothered by another group's music.

          ... i grew up golfing in the country and i love the sounds out in the canyon where i get to live and golf (oh, my charmed hillbilly life)...

          ... that aside, i don't see how it could not be distracting to one's game to have music on... i really don't get folks who listen to headphones while playing, either, altho i do appreciate that they have headphones in and are not subjecting me to their own musical stylings... i do think it's a bit awkward, tho, to try and have conversation with these people... they realize you're talking, turn the volume down or take the earbud out... i don't get it. i'll admit to being old fashioned tho, fo' sho'...

          to sum it up... music while golfing is detrimental to my game and my focus, but i can sure thing of a lot worse habits... like eating boogers, for one...

          peace threw disc golf,
          emmarose
          "'There are two mantras.,' Bernard said, 'Yum and yuk. Mine is yum.'"
          Tom Robbins, Still Life With Woodpecker

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          • #50
            You know there has been times in the past I wish I had music with headphones,because I had someone in my group that would not shut up the whole round and tournament. so in that case I would love music but there is bad apples in every bunch so it depends on the situation
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