Originally Posted by Matt B.
If you get one of those first run Buzzes from 93 in a darker color and you sand the flight plate near the rim with some ultrafine sandpaper, then submerge the disc in black Rit dye (the old formulation) overnight in your refrigerator, you can make out the San Marino and the patent number.
Holy smokes did you just trick me into rendering my Buzz illegal during sanctioned play?
Climo told me that when he hit that iron leaf
with his KC Pro it perfectly reduced the amount of high speed fade (RHBH) on that disc from there on out. I've been bangin mine off trees at Pier and river rocks at Milo ever since with the hopes of achieving the same effect, to no avail. Still can't throw it like him.
And on a side note I've been making a pretty penny selling discs on ebay that I have retrieved from Trojan, telling people from other parts of the country that the discs are from the night shift. Turns out no one can even tell the difference! You're probably asking yourself right now "why on earth would he be giving away that secret?" Because there are plenty more discs to go around down there that's why, not to mention ORDGC is coming up fast (can you say fresh supply waiting to start the fermentation process!) Also, I can't shake this ear ache (or this rash come to think about it) and am thinking I might want to stay above water for a little while. That is if I don't just retire altogether and live off the interest that I'm earning on these profits plus all the money I have made off of being an assistant TD.
Bullseye – Sounds like something I would love to have: Someone else's trophy. Is that by chance from the GNO when it was run at a course other than Whistler's by imposters that have since fled the country to escape pdga prosecution? Just so I know what to offer in return but I'm thinking a set of matching pencils (mint condition) that I won in the raffle/rugby scrum at the 2007 Fort Steilacoom Spring Classic.