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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.

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The Air Force and Navy are carrying out programs that spray barium, strontium, aluminum oxide, and other toxic garbage into our atmosphere to geoengineer the planet in an attempt to mitigate carbon emissions supposed effects on climate change. Many think it's just a "conspiracy theory", but no matter where you go, with the exception of a few middle eastern countries, carcinogens are being sprayed all over and poisoning the soil.

Not to mention GMO foods, MSG, Bisphenol A, red #6 and other food dyes, almost every vaccine on the market. If your worried about a kid putting a disc in the oven, you are living in the "Matrix" lol. Carcinogens are everywhere. It almost seems intentional.

I didn't think I could possibly squeeze anymore sarcasm into that last post, and then you tell me about the Air Force and Navy?


I'm gonna go get the aluminium foil and make a hat so the aliens can't read my thoughts....


I'm still debating whether to serve my baked disc with Cabernet or Merlot.

No Post Production Modifications.

Dyeing is illegal by that remark. Its a modification done after production.  On top of the fact Dyeing CAN alter the disc as he is doing in the oven, because you use heat to dye.  So can I start penalizing everyone throwing dyed discs? Plus Stick-um is legal for play and thats a noticeable thickness as well.  And on top of that if theres holes in the discs arent they illegal?  So for that matter blizzards could be sketchy. Some of these rules should be called the "asshole rules"  Because only assholes call people on them.

Dyed discs do not have a detectable thickness. They are Ink based and not paint.

Yes buts its "Post production modification." Nonetheless

Also then baking the disc has not detectable thickness so is that legal now?

Exactly, the post never intended to be about competition or if its legal or not in competitive play. Leisure rounds can be played with a dinner plate if your out messing around or just looking to try something different. There seems to be a crusade of players who expect everything in the sport to be perfect, including player etiquette......its just not gonna happen! Its suppose to be fun, and modifiying a disc is interesting. It doesnt mean you have to be sneaky and try to use it in competition, its just cool to be so addicted to the sport that it would dawn on you as a good idea to bake a disc! LOL

Word Josh. The disc really sucked and it was my first year playing.

Just don't tell people your Baking your Disc's !!!   :)

i know i have dyed discs and many of them and it alters the flight path. i have dyed my destroyers when they get understable and when i put a dye job on them it brings some stability back.... its cool for people to alter discs for fun thats how innova invented the new blizzard plastic, a few years ago a disc with air bubbles in it was an xout and couldnt be used in tournament play. now they put air bubbles in them and altered the disc and now its cool and legal. im not sayin.... im just sayin.


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