Number one rule in disc golf: if there is a phone number on a disc, give them a courtesy call to see if they want their disc back. A lot of new players will keep discs, I know I did when I first started playing, but I always call now. Most of the time you'll meet up with the person to play a round. If they don't call back, it's yours.
Pro Tip: Write your # + a hot chicks name on all your discs. Not everyone is gonna pick up the phone to dial Stumpy, but most guys can't resist giving Mandi Lynn a call.
Arroz is right, you have an understable disc if it is going right with a backhand right. Try to release the disc flatter (our even at a downward angle) and it will hug those left doglegs just right.
Or, get an overstable disc (Star Boss is my favorite stable driver) and you will not be able to to get it to fly left enough. Then get a heavy ass putter and you'll be on your way to filling out your bag.
A friend introduced me 7/8 years ago and I got hooked. Here's hoping for the same to you, buddy.
Which is exactly what this dude is looking for. Word has gotten out, being a despicable bigot pays in this country.
I'm to lazy to go back and quote it on my phone, but he even said something along the lines of asking his supporters to help him secure his business and home. It makes me sick to know that this asshole's little plan will probably work to perfection.
I truly don't have an opinion on this, and I should. But I understand the logic on both sides.
This is exactly where I have been stuck on the capital punishment issue for a while now. I cannot bring myself to any moral argument in which I agree with it in principle. But, there are certain cases where I KNOW that the world would be better off without this person.
The fact that I can type that with a straight face is ridiculous. Who am I to make that judgement?
In many discussions about the death penalty the golden rule is brought up. I heard the idea floated the other day of updating it to the Platinum Rule, "View everyone you meet as yourself under different circumstances."
If I lived the life of Dzokar Tsarnev, would I have planted that bomb? If I was raised by mama and papa Zimmerman, would I have seen a 17 year old kid as a hulking demon that needed to be blasted back to hell? If I dropped as much acid as Manson, would I believe that the Beatles were talking directly to me, directing my plans for the coming race war?
I believe the answer to these questions is no. I can't envision any set of circumstances in which I COULD do those things. But, a more honest answer would be, I don't know.
If I'm rambling, I'm sorry.
If I sound like I'm trying to convince myself that I'm against the death penalty, it's because I am. #SorryNotSorry
I'll end with a poem...
Here I stew,
Came to poo,
But only farted.
I don't even see what the big deal about the Indiana thing is. Churches 100% do not believe in homosexuality so they shouldn't be forced to have to marry people.
It has nothing to do with churches being forced to marry Teh Gheys. The Indiana law allows businesses to discriminate in both hiring and services offered.
It is also not limited to LGBT issues. A Jewish banker can refuse to hire Muslims, no problem! A Muslim owned gas station fires their attendant for wearing a crucifix, who cares? If a Catholic hospital wants to refuse to deliver a mixed baby, SURE! If a Mormon doesn't want to serve coloreds in their restaurant, have at it hoss!
It should just be called The We Don't Like Your Kind Around These Parts Law.