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Old 03-16-2009, 02:18 AM   #61
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lol, the organizer has been occupied with some srs bsnss.
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Old 03-30-2009, 01:07 AM   #63
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I'm thinking I'll just bump it every couple of weeks and see how it goes.

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We should just make this into a spam thread too. We used to have Pino thread and Sighting thread to spam in.

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lol, you know, the usual. Chatting, spamming, chewing the fat.
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im doing good lane. How about yourself?
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Pretty good. Just fvcked up some zombies in Left4dead. I've been practicing my golf swing in my family room.
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Pretty good. Just fvcked up some zombies in Left4dead. I've been practicing my golf swing in my family room.
haha...nice...Practice is good.

Jeff let me use his golf aids...1 is an iron but way heavier than a normal iron. I dont remember what he said how it helps but its a pretty good tool to practice swings.
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Nice. Don't lose the club.
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haha...nice...Practice is good.

Jeff let me use his golf aids...1 is an iron but way heavier than a normal iron. I dont remember what he said how it helps but its a pretty good tool to practice swings.
The 3 was kinda interesting because it has a good reach, but more weight so I had to adjust my stance a bit to keep from hitting the turf when I swung.
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i woulda hit more earlier if i was in more comfortable clothes. lol
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wtf...i think we were all wearing jeans too.
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The 3 was kinda interesting because it has a good reach, but more weight so I had to adjust my stance a bit to keep from hitting the turf when I swung.
lol...the 3,4,and 5 would work out with your height. But the best thing would probably get a set fitted to your height.
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lol...the 3,4,and 5 would work out with your height. But the best thing would probably get a set fitted to your height.
Haha, I guess so. I really shouldn't take up another expensive hobby, though.
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