I want to thank all of the Flyers for the fun you have provided over the last five years. It was a great ride but alas it has come to an end. I will be working for Gateway Disc Sports for a while until I find a permanent position as an archaeologist...till then PEACE!!!
You could use those archeological skills to dig up the ancient origins of the one good mold that Gateway ever made; the Wizard.
Can you please do me a favor, when you see Nikko, smack him in the back of the head for me, thanks. have fun bud! safe travels
You are easily one of the most entertaining characters I have ever met in my life. What kind of interstate laws do you have to research before transporting your arsenal back home?
None...I had a concealed carry permit which allowed me free reign. Thanks...I try to entertain!!! The air is so thick down here I don't think I am going to be able to throw more than 150ft....max...lol.
What respectable Montanan doesn't have a truckload of guns? I thought you needed to own at least three by the time you turned 18 there.
Also, it sounds like you're adding an easy 25 feet to your drives. Nice!
Adieu monsieur le dique. You are the man and I hope to see you back up here sometime for a states or zoo town, or just a pick-up round at pattee. Flyer for life! Safe travels...be careful with those guns.
Thanks CD!!! I will try...that fancy 2010 State Championships sounds nice...lol.
Lyle lol...I don't even have a comeback for that comment...maybe I need to go out to throw my new Ninja...the wing is wild...its like the top ends and doesn't even have a bottom...the bottom wing is completely flush with the edge.
Seriously though, best of luck to you down there.
Thanks man...I am starting my gig tomorrow hopefully...spoke with Justin Bunnell today...looks like I'll start either at the injection molder or hot stamping machine....BIG production run going on....should be fun.
Awesome to be able to work on the production line and see how discs are really made. Not an experience that many DGers can claim to have! Say hi to Dave Mac for me...he's an awesome guy. Plus, if you can get a lower price for a set of 18 baskets, there's no reason Montana courses couldn't be red instead of silver or yellow!