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Nov. 30, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Who'd a thunk...

C-you've been on this board for 3 months
and you are in everyone's face. You must be involved somehow with dumming down the game for your profit.

Count the people that post. It = 6-7.

I'm not stealing- I'm agreeing.


Omar Kahyyam- Do you use all your 50 year old belongings? No, you keep up with progress.
The guy doing 40 was speeding not cheating.
Were you bullied when you were a little
guy? Sure seems like it. Maybe you should fence in your backyard and play back there, You should be pretty safe.



Nov. 29, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Who'd a thunk...

I took the poll that no one knew about.
If you move to a community because you like it and than you change your mind,
why not just go back to where you came from. It's a free country, you guys that want a slower game should start your own association and play by your own rules- all 6 or 7 of you. Quit tyring to derail SSUSA. If you don't like it, why waste your time?
When other associations have the rules you seem to want, why not just play those.

YES-- LIVELY BALLS AND BATS

I won't pay good money to play with less.

Nov. 23, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What a year!

P/P - M/D ,

No problem, I've been busy with Mr.
MUSKY. One more week and I'll put the boat away.

Try a #200 S/P with wire and a no-bo leader.

You can run them down to 30 feet with no problem. Or 5-6 counts across on a level-wind will get 15-17 feet.

On the controlled pass, pull the rod 12-18 inches and let the S/P flutter
back.

They'll JUMP ON IT 90% of the time on the drop.
Nov. 21, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What a year!

Mad Dog,
No, we have league and tourney fees,
but local sponsors pick them up. No expense to me.
No, I talk to everyone. I play the corners and I love to take that rocket hit from someone. It is quite a challenge that I choose to accept.
I know pitchers and infielders who have been rocketed with some shots,
but they choose to keep on playing.
I know one pitcher who quit pitching
that should never even pitch ASA ,
absolutely no mobility but needed the
ego trip.
I live in the midwest and we are done
'til spring. I envy anyone who lives where they have a longer season.

Nov. 20, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What a year!

mad-I forget to mention that I also
played 1 nite ASA fall
& 2 nites NSA fall
& 3 SPA Summer tourneys
$ the Huntsmen Games


But I guess my real point is I play
all local ball for no cost .

I will not pay to fly, lodge, share in tourney fees and all the other expenses to any
SPA-HUNTSMEN-SSUSA-LV-or other tourneys who don't use LIVELY BATS & BALLS .
That's my final answer.

And I can say all the people I talked to this season agree!
Nov. 19, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: What a year!

3 nites a week ASA
2 nites a week NSA
Wed. a.m. senior doubleheaders
ASA weekend tourneys
NSA weekend tourneys
8 SSUSA tourneys

Whether it was ASA,NSA,local senior
or SSUSA - I enjoyed it all

Each organization has different sets of rules and equipment to use

If I don't like what the rules are
I don't cry I just won't waste my time


I pick and choose the ones to attend
You can too
July 5, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: what will you

No,I would not spend the money to travel to any tournaments that do not use a good bat/ball combination. I'll still play in my area. I'll still fish and play golf.
Feb. 14, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Favorite Team Names

Should have been & "LM WIP"
Feb. 14, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Favorite Team Names

"Grunts & Grogs"-- LM WIP
Jan. 9, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken Ultra 1/4 oz end load painted grey

SLOBALL 1-- Nice try--

You were swinging senior bats less than 1 year ago.

Feb 16, 2009

"used yellow senior combat, didn't like grey one either.

You must only sell Worth once in a while.
Good-Bye,
Spoonplugger
Jan. 9, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken Ultra 1/4 oz end load painted grey

SLOBALL 1-
Jan 8, 2008

"the exception being the Ultra 11"


Maybe this was before you starting selling worth bats.
Spoonplugger
Jan. 9, 2010
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: New Miken Ultra 1/4 oz end load painted grey

SLOBALL 1, really now !

See Sloball 1's posts:

March 13, 2009
Feb 16, 2009
Sept 7, 2008
Jan 8, 2008
HMMMMMM!

Dec. 31, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Top 10 things I learned from this message board in 2009:

The real deal-- GREAT POST! again

#6--PlanoPlayer is right

PlanoPlayer--45 years now.


Dec. 31, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: Top 10 things I learned from this message board in 2009:

Great post!
Dec. 29, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: altered bats

The form that I would sign would say that I don't use altered bats.
flydub:Ban him for life and let him get his ass sued, and if he signed the form more power for the pitcher's lawsuit. Remember I love the hot corner.
Dec. 29, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: altered bats

E4/E6--- You don't seem confused on the other dicussion where you read it.This discussion about altered bats.
Mr. 129 posts. Have a nice day. Spoonplugger
Dec. 28, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: altered bats

#6-- Doesn't cost anything to sign a form.--we have the ball.--we have the bat.--pitchers have to sign a waiver if they don't use the shinguards and mask, what are the hitters afraid of? I'll sign one.
Dec. 28, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: General and miscellaneous
Discussion: poll:who would like

People move into new communities all the time, because they like it. Then they get on zoning, planning, beautification committees, etc. and want to change things. We just tell them they should go back to where they came from. The balance is here in all divisions. I knew the rules when I joined SSUSA, SPA, etc. and that's why I play. AA, AAA, & MAJOR, that,s where I've been.
Dec. 28, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: Tournaments
Discussion: midwest nationals

Champaign or KC
Dec. 28, 2009
spoonplugger
Topic: Bats
Discussion: altered bats

We can use senior bats. If someone needs to cheat BAN him for life. Every time someone joins SSUSA or other associations make them sign a form that they will turn over their bat to have it checked out if there is any question. For current members have them do it when they renew.
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