Here I was thinking I'd never named a disc, then it hit me today that I have a disc named, Cartman. It's a 167 Star Wraith, pretty overstable, and the most stable disc in my bag. I also refer to it as my, "Authoritah" disc. It was a Christmas present from Fletch some years back. He dyed Eric Cartman, in his cop persona, on it.
Last edited by Ol' Bob; March 28th, 2010, 09:16 AM.
The Corporate Empire is NOT a Constitutional Republic...
...but it plays one on TV.
On that subject, I saw a collection of Latitude discs online, and one of the Blitz's was pink and had the B partially rubbed out so it was the "Slitz."
It's not partially rubbed out. They originally called the disc Slitz, stamped a bunch, then learned of the American slang faux-pas. A few discs received a modified hotstamp that adds the back and top of a "B" to the "S". What you saw was one of the O.G.'s, Parks.
They now have a totally new font that is all curvy for the production Blitzes.
The only thing miraculous about ICP is the fact that their children look like them...
i have a beat star wraith with 3 sharpie lighting boltz on it called...flash... also i have 2 evo voodoo's 1 red named red skaliton...and 1 white named casper...for the reason it seem to just past thru the chains as if it was a ghost
Not that it may help all that much, but i just purchased a Star Roc two weeks ago and after the first round at Timber I had 2 name it Sherman. As in it flys like a tank. I have never givin an name to any other disc, but if I do in the future, it will also probably be for it's flight characteristics. The darn thing is Heavy feeling and will plow through just about any brush. Holds one heck of a line on a hyser bomb too.
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