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  1. 4 grumpy old buzzards here. Being one myself, I love it! I have never seen Steve Rico smile. haha. And I have been watching since you had to send away for the DVD to watch coverage.

  2. CCDG, Ian& Corey are the best!!! You dudes are the whole reason I started to watch filmed disc golf. You guys are the bomb.com

  3. Hey Central Coast Disc Golf: At 27:58 you say, “…We’re out here playing Masters…this isn’t the World Championships….” Hello? WTF is up with this comment? Last time I checked, this event was the World Championships and you just got done dissing these guys on the last hole of round three. You think because they’re Masters they’re over the hill? No pressure, passion or commitment? You guys need to bring a little more professionalism to your booth. The comment early in the round about anybody over forty becoming a curmudgeon was not appropriate either. The PDGA did everyone, but especially players in the Masters and above divisions a disservice by separating them from the MPO Worlds. The PDGA was built on the backs of those players with decades of experience under their belts. This marginalization of the age protected divisions is a shame and unfortunately, your ill considered comments are contributing to it. One day, if you’re lucky or you acquire some good judgement, you’ll know what I’m talking about. In the meantime, try to engage your brain before you put your mouth in gear. (And if you’re going to fall back on the ‘you know what I meant to say’ excuse, well, don’t, because your job is to say it right the first time, and not to just blather on and hope people listening can figure it out. I expect better from CCDG.)(And for the record, thanks for covering this event. I know the world seems to have passed these players by, but trust me, there’s a story here that’s worth telling and telling well. I’m looking forward to the remaining rounds. Cheers, D.)

    1. @Douglas MacIlroy It is my opinion that remarks such as “I get it that you don’t get it” or “One day, if you’re lucky or you acquire some good judgement, you’ll know what I’m talking about” is very rude and patronizing. Let’s make the Internet a friendlier place. Cheers!

    2. @Hannes Wijkmark It is my opinion that your reply makes too many assumptions. You cannot know what my attitude is, though if you read my comment again you can see that I stuck to the facts and it’s obvious my comment is an opinion. All comments are and ‘truth’ is subjective. If you can’t see what the issue is or don’t agree there is one, well, that’s your challenge or prerogative. And, as Gilda Radner always said, ‘That’s the truth.’ Thanks for weighing in. Cheers, D.

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