Originally Posted by ChUcK
Obviously, this person is not a golfer.
Read the ad, it smells fishy to me- just the way I imagine the odors emanating from the person who snorkel-stole them out of the pond must smell. I've never heard someone refer to a golf disc as a clunker. Anyone who has thrown enough to own this many discs knows that Discraft is one word, and would be able/willing to provide more info as to which discs they are selling.
Plus, they inform you that at the price they are asking the discs can all be resold for more profit. Sound like a disc golfer to you?
I can see a few custom dyes in there as well, and I bet you guys down there know who they belong to.
Edit: Unless, of course, you are the one selling the discs, Orion. I doubt that, though. I've seen you spell Discraft correctly about a billion times already!
No its not me, i would be selling them for 5 dollars a piece at least!
on a serious note, i also feel the same way you do, but i have reservations about coming to any conclusions before i know the facts of the matter at hand. if this person is guilty of what is being charged, then they need to have some sort of consequences dealt. if not then whatever.
i also noticed the dyed discs in there, and one of them might
be one that i did for a guy down here, but cant tell from the picture. but you know how many people get discs dyed, so this person might just have some discs that have been dyed for him in the past.
As far as i am aware though, it is not a crime to fish out things from the pond unless the city of olympia says so. it is not a crime to not call peoples phone numbers on the back of the discs. it might not be the right thing to do, but it is not a crime. so basically this person is not doing anything illegaly. if a disc isnt reported stolen then a person isnt legally obligated to return it unless the person that owns the discs specifically asks for it back from the person that found it.