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Apparently getting out of the merchlord racket is emotionally trying. I did not anticipate this.

I sold the last Fishy-fishy disc, a Predator, tonight. I searched the spreadsheet using Ctrl-F for fish and fishy and did not find any more. Fishy-fishy was my favorite hotstamp. But, it all has to go. I sell discs. I don't collect them.

I'm giving these discs away for what I paid for them. They are all new and unthrown. Some guy orders 4 or 6 D Buzzzes tonight. He's getting them for $4 each but I need a zip code to calculate postage. I tell him it will be $5 to $8 depending on where he lives. He says he only wants the discs if postage is $5. Not wasting time with losers. Five word reply: It doesn't work that way. That really pissed me off.

Apparently getting out of the merchlord racket is emotionally trying. I did not anticipate this.

I posted on discgolfreview tonight and now inquiries are coming in really fast. Or discgolfscene. Or discgolfplace. I forget.

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Comment by Bruce Brakel on October 6, 2009 at 6:20pm
"It doesn't work that way."

That's all I told him.
Comment by Jamie 'gr8rocshot' Ruane on October 6, 2009 at 10:58am
I'll take a stab at that five word reply...."Kiss My Lilly White Ass"


In the ballpark???
Comment by Bruce Brakel on October 6, 2009 at 9:55am
I've been an emotional wreck since my brain injury in 1990. That's why I don't practice law in the private sector.

After I flushed the $24 order that wanted to nickle and dime me on postage, I got a 163 disc order. This is a much better flavor of stress!

Still have FLX Surge SS. Most of what is going in that big order is stock stamped.
Comment by Chuck DeVries on October 6, 2009 at 9:36am
I thought attorneys had thicker skin! Do you still have a flx surge ss?
Comment by Chris Goodrich on October 6, 2009 at 3:18am
Sorry to hear you're stressed, I'm still throwing a few of the discs I bought from you last winter, others have found their way into other locals hands. One of your Aurora discs is flying regularly here in Alaska. So, from me, thanks for having been a merch lord, and good luck clearing the rest of your stock.

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