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Post by Jester » Fri Jul 23, 2010 9:25 am

mat cutler wrote:my nickname from ultimate is juan has been for years...
But your nickname in DG is Max
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Post by dunc » Fri Jul 23, 2010 10:29 am

Jester wrote:
mat cutler wrote:my nickname from ultimate is juan has been for years...
But your nickname in DG is Max
I thought it was Spoons...
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Post by West » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:52 pm

Max? Spoons?

I feel some interesting* stories coming up for this. :)



* interesting might be too strong, midly amuzing or at least time wasting stories.
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Post by james » Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:45 am

[quote="DamnMassive"]oh and me pikey jester and the pope are camping
along with woody cutler rikrik and meal ticket
[quote]

thankkkk you, was gonna camp probably anyway so now is all confirmed :)

I assure you i had no intention of distracting from Village's banter thread :P please continue :)
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Post by West » Mon Jul 26, 2010 8:38 am

Last post submitted at Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:45 am ... you can tell he's off school for 6 weeks now can't you :)
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Post by james » Mon Jul 26, 2010 7:30 pm

West wrote:Last post submitted at Mon Jul 26, 2010 3:45 am ... you can tell he's off school for 6 weeks now can't you :)
what can i say, after a night out i like to stagger in and check my e-mails :) it seems productive :)
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Post by mat cutler » Tue Jul 27, 2010 9:55 am

talking of productive has anyone got any time / the skills to do a design for team shirts?

I will get a friend who is a designer to do them otherwise.

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Post by Charlie Mead » Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:30 am

Back from great trip to Sweden and concentrating on Belgium Open and EC. I have a few personal notes on shirt designs/shirts that I would like to share.

Shirts: Last 2 EC shirts were polyester. For those that like plastic next to their skim, however free-flow it is, that is Ok but personally i do not. If we are going to do a team shirt and want a team identity then can we please have a 100% cotton option.

Shirt type: Polo shirts with colar and buttons please. Not t-shirt style.

Design: To be honest EC Germany was a disappointing design. If we are GB then be GB. If not then some generic Disc Golf design with name/flag should work. Do we need names on our backs? Hope not.

Happy to supply all shirts with embroidered designs on front pocket/sleeve for about £15 including VAT if everyone tells me what they want. I have a two week window to do this before I leave for holidays.
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Post by Charlie Mead » Tue Jul 27, 2010 11:38 am

Apologies - missed all the last page......you have it all sorted. However, my comments still stand.

Village.....Genius!!!

Did have a World Ultimate GB Shirt with a Cup of Tea as a central theme! Believe it was Norway 20 years ago. Shows how far we have come in the (nes)Cafe society.
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Post by mat cutler » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:35 am

charlie et al,

if you read my first message on tshirts, we have cotton polo shirts for under £6 each!!!

I also have just asked for a simple design from someone!

I personally really like the design on the 08 shirt and the material for it's moisture wicking but I wear this type of shirt all the time. But I guess this is all down to personal preferences!

I will sort the design myself in the next week unless anyone else steps up but I will have no complaining if people don't like it!

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Post by Jester » Wed Jul 28, 2010 10:37 am

mat cutler wrote:I will sort the design myself in the next week unless anyone else steps up but I will have no complaining if people don't like it!
It's simple, if someone doesn't like it they can choose not to buy one.
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Post by Charlie Mead » Mon Aug 09, 2010 5:41 pm

Anyone else noticed that 95% of all the holes at both courses appear to favour lefties? Especially lefties with a good long hyzer shot.....and French.....who might that be? Think I need to go practice that left to right roll curve with no left fade!!!
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Post by dunc » Tue Aug 10, 2010 7:54 am

but that's your best shot Charlie..... just throw that excell into a headwind :wink: :lol:
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Post by DamnMassive » Mon Aug 16, 2010 7:35 pm

Having seen the players guide - I have to say there is a large element of holes that need a 'right-turn'

so its out with the firebird/boss sidearm! so it's just as well i found a couple spare at Whitcombe last week....both with James Lutons name on them....still that will easily scrub out

he's a student so has loads of money for spares and would not want me to take them to EC2010? would he???

and a nice pro roc with simon lizotte on it....and goolagong stains

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Post by West » Mon Aug 16, 2010 8:30 pm

Shuusssh he won't notice ;-)

You didn't happen to find an ESP BO Nuke while you were at the farm did you? :)
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Post by The Rizboss » Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:27 pm

Are the team shirts manditory because I dont think anythings sorted, if thats not the case, I think something suttle and cheap like a GB flag on all our golf bags would surfice...... thoughts?

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Post by ssouth » Tue Aug 17, 2010 12:57 pm

Wots been decided about tops we need 2 av team tops! Im gona b well disapppinted without my GB top! :-)
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Post by Village » Tue Aug 17, 2010 1:33 pm

ssouth wrote:Wots been decided about tops we need 2 av team tops! Im gona b well disapppinted without my GB top! :-)


As a PE teacher you should know better Soph! If you turn up without you kit, you'll have to play in skins..... you could draw a "GB" on you back with an eye liner pencil.......
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Post by DamnMassive » Tue Aug 17, 2010 1:39 pm

I too thought it was all sorted!! I totally agree with Soph! we need a team shirt. If all else fails we can go to primark for cheap t-shirts and buy some draylon fabric pens, then spend a happy hour round the camp fire doodling on the shirts.

PS - I'm not going to allow rick and sophie to do the lettering with their spelling!

Now Rick - go and write our the following 100 times each! mandatory - suffice - subtle

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Post by The Rizboss » Tue Aug 17, 2010 2:07 pm

DamnMassive wrote:
Now Rick - go and write our the following 100 times each! mandatory - suffice - subtle

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I believe that after trying to get the shirts, it ended up we recieved all womens sizes.....

As for you Mr Massive, I'm sure you know by now that my spelling is not priority, just went for some relaxed vocab thats all. Although I have tryed to keep every single word on this reply correct. And no I havnt used spell check :P

The primark idea sounds like a good one as well as the chilling round the camp fire plan, cant wait for this tournament guys 'n' gals, its going to be awesome!

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