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February 27, 2012


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Really like the blog, appreciate the share!


While I admire as usual your pusurit of truth and specificity (mostly because it makes up for flakes like me.) I totally don't acknowledge Duke blue as a thing, ClumberKim. I'm sure this will come as no surprise to you.

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Elizabeth Cook - Hi! I shared the image about your March Madness sale to 8 fdniers via email & told some fdniers to check it out too! Great giveaway, would love to win!March 7, 2012 9:08 am


Does anyone know what these guys throw? It doesn't look like they alawys throw drivers off the tee. Obviously, Nikko is sponsored by Gateway and I don't know much about their discs. But if Feldberg is using Innova, could someone tell me what he is throwing and how he gets them to fly so far! I see Nikko has an advanced throwing style that may be too difficult for normal humans to do. Feldberg and the swedes throw such smooth and calm backhands and still they fly 400, how?

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