ghstinshll wrote:I guess we have differing views of the sport then. I am not an elitist who thinks that PK or EW are the Only kind of course that should be created. Part of what this sport should be about, is sharing the knowledge, sharing the love of nature, and sharing the physical wonder of a 400' hyzer flip for deuce.
We absolutely have different views and you, apparently, are not nearly as open to "learning" as you say. Listen, the fact that I prefer
Pickard or Ewing or f'n Southwoods has absolutely no bearing on my stance, nor does it qualify me as an "elitist". Please, don't misconstrue my condescension as anything other than what it is. And nobody is buying the "it's about the joyousness and camaraderie of sharing the sport and 400 foot 'hyzer flips'
(which you can't throw in Norwalk btw) and all I want to do is reach out to the people and to let them be happy!"
Please.... There is more course per mile, per person, in a 30 square radius of this city than anywhere else in the world
. The addition of some poorly planned, cramped, obnoxious suckjob will be nothing but detrimental to the subject of your little diatribe there, so you can go pander that bs somewhere else.
ghstinshll wrote:That's fine, let's agree to disagree. My game has become MUCH better because of Norwalk, as have MANY beginners whom I've had the pleasure of coaching.
Again, Please... Regardless of how much Norwalk has "improved" your
game it doesn't justify the ends. If you were truly selfless
in the endeavor and truly focused
on furthering your abilities you'd be standing in a soccer field throwing 150 shots a day and throwing putts in your backyard (or a nice practice basket at the park by your house). So what have you really
done? You built a little treehouse for you and your cronies to hang where you can feel like king shit. But no one with half a brain and any desire to "really play" (as you put it) would even consider playing it if they were given the the whole story from the start. Who's an elitist?
ghstinshll wrote:I'm sure you love your life of playing for cash, playing because you're better than me, and in the 'good ol boy' club... I guess I have differing views of the sport. Some day when you're world champ you can have that elitist attitude, but for now you're doing nothing to further the sport. For example, kind hearts like Jay & Des embody this sport, not people like you. I may be selfish, but I get GREAT returns form t his sport, returns which you will never receive.
This is another thing we should probably address:
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. I wouldn't know you if I passed you in the frichin' grocery store. What makes you think I'm better than you? I'm horrible. And to what "good ole' just sayin
boy" club do you refer? Half the people on this forum couldn't give a shit less what I say and probably
would prefer I shut the Chuck up in most cases. Don't fool yourself into thinking that I'm writing from behind some shroud of more experienced and respected players. I make my own opinions regardless of whether or not Spraguer or McLuen or Kenton or Greenwood or Corey or whoever the hell else it is to whom you're referring agrees with me. It just so happens that some
of the time (mind you, not nearly all, but some) it's at least semi in-line.
ghstinshll wrote:You had already established yourself as an asshole Dan through years of responses that simply painted that image for yourself. You can burn your magic set - as if you even had one. Nice try, but I can see the BS through the trees, and take your juice as a completely facetious attempt.
Glad you picked up on that one, I'd feel bad if I were cracking on somebody that friggin slow.