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Puts a nice flat top on em. I turned a dx Viking into a Flick. Bake at 300 degrees for 2 minutes.
baking is for your brain, not for your plastic
Thats great I love a good flat top Roc. I dont think a stack of books is illegal. How about smashing an overstable disc into a brick wall until you get the flight pattern you want? The modified discs I do not use in competition. ;)
Not to rain on anyone's parade,but david swamp thing black likes to stir the so called pot.Just my opinion perhaps,but he does get responses/posts.Illegal ways for many seem to be norm.Enjoy the game/sport for what it was really meant to be..FUN and simple.
Well said...fun and simple
Word to your mother Mr. ed. I aint stirring on this one or any post lately. I am curious about all the different things in discgolf. Just posting news is boring.
Funny,thought we all would leave our mothers out.Mine passed away some time now,enjoy your's.Post away sir.
Some of these rules are just plain silly if you put some thought into it. Modifying a disc is illegal. Why? Modify it all you want, you still have to figure out how to throw the damn thing into a basket from far away so...........
First disc recipe I've ever seen......
PS I agree with Disc Player Sports, folks, dont try this at home! Any fumes that "cook off" the disc could be toxic/carcinogenic, and also contaminate the oven for real food cooked in it. Dude, theres probably a fair few kids on here that read these posts and might think this is a good idea, just think about what you're putting out there before you post a thread like this.
If thats true the disc makers should tell us what poisons we are handling. Do Wizards have led in them? They seem to drop awefull fast.
Its a big conspiracy, all the disc golf companies are secretly poisoning us to death by putting chemicals in discs that are released when you put your discs in the oven to make them fly differently. I think you should take this to 60 Minutes. Its a very smart way of murdering disc golfers en masse, I always dry my discs off after a rainy day by preheating the oven and whacking them in for a few minutes. Why use a towel, thats so 80s....
CSI's never gonna figure this one out, its the perfect crime.