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still have those nightshifts? looking to get some

like!

The night shift discs where a mistake made by a guy working the night shift at Innova. Since they where kinda cool they decided to try and sell them.

The night shift discs where made to comemerate the 1982 film of the same name starring Henry Winkler. Originally the disc was to have Henry Winklers face stamped on the disc, but due to unforseen rights and royaltys they scrapped that idea.

The night shift discs are like Lat 64's color shift discs, except they only shift color in the dark when you can't see it. It is changing color, you just can't see it. Cool technology.

As usual, an Innova mistake that cannot be replicated. CE, anyone?

got paypal ready but thats a little high on ebay but i have alot of trades to offer as well i have CE and rare roc's

Stable means straight-flying, right?  If it has a tendency to turn hard left for RHBH, that is overstable, correct?  So if it says they're ultra stable, that would mean they fly really straight?

depending on the arm, if your a noob or have trouble with arm speed they will be OVERstable for you.

I like to think that I throw using the Beastie Boys method..

let it flow

let yourself go

slow and low

that is the tempo

so overstable means bad disc for Ron...

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