Originally Posted by Discgolfingkilmers
willy wonka is my fav.
silly you don't know me, we have never meet and you do not know what I have done in my years of playing disc golf to help the sportexcept what you hear from other donkey holes
and keith I do know that I only have selective hearing when the wife is talking and you did say a 1000 and to give you the benefit of doubt to you a $1000 worth of discs is still 500 discs
I will say I don't have a solution for this problem but I do not need one keith does
I got a lot of disc's back that did not have my phone number on them so not sure it is required
and remember the day when you just gave the disc back to the guy when you saw at the course?
Rob dean and I for years collected lost disc's at steily and did not charged anyone we just made a list and posted it at the course and on thursdays we took them all to the course. It was not perfect by any means but it worked for us.
I hate mark kilmer too the guy is a fag
Man, sometimes I really dispise how this forum can be abused.
There is rarely a smooth conflict-debate-resolution formula on any given topic, without counterproductive motion,and personal opinions brought along.
mark,now I know when speaking to you in person I better say EXACTLY what I mean, with clear and concise words so you do not confuse them and then decide to bring up our conversation to a public online format.
Regardless of you giving me the benefit of doubt, you heard wrong.
Good math skills though.
I really do not think I need to come up with a solution, because I don't view it as a problem. I remember asking as many people as possible on this forum and every single person who has ever gotten there discs back,and even those who haven't, now in both shops.
I can count on one hand how many people that are not supportive of our L&F policy and have issues with it.Sorry that your one of those non supporters.But you are entitled to your own opinion.
I CAN honestly say more people do not like the current:not getting $2 in-store credit when turning discs in, so...... I will be starting that back up real soon again.
Special thanks go out to John Anderson for stepping it up and offering his time and energy. I feel it's a great solution to the "scales being tipped too far on the giving,versus receiving end" problem.
I DO remember when there were about 25 people who played disc golf on a regular basis,on a 7 hole course in the foothills of CA. With about 5 molds available,if you can believe that. Also when I first started playing, If you found one that wasn't yours,it had to have been one of those other 25 cats,so it was left at #7's basket. No names,and most of the time we would swap discs just to see what they would do. Otherwise I would not have known that there were more discs,other than the Aero,Roc,X-D,stingray and cobras out there.
But guess what? Those days are over.
EVERYDAY at Lakewood, EVERYDAY!!! there are new players coming in. To not only play for the first time but also coming from other cities,and other states. So you tell me,how are any of these new players, out-of-towners suppose to know who you are just by having your name on your disc?
The key word is "worked" for you,and that is Past tense,correct?