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Ha! No worries.
Yeah, They can keep them too. TD-LTE, Gold, and stupidly priced. Whole lotta nope right there, but hey... There's plenty of suckers out there for em right?
Hey, I'm really enjoying my $1489.34 Axon 7 from Ebay! It doesn't work on my network, but it look damned pretty sitting on my desk!
I know, I was just saying they can keep em.
Hahaha. One heck of a media player huh? Ha.
As long as I'm near wifi, it's all good.
Reminds me of my own professional dodgeball days.
Patches O'Houllihan was quite an a$$, but ONE HELL OF A COACH!
Had to delete the other.. Wouldn't let me edit it, and embed the video. Only add the link..
Hilarious stuff! The 50's instructional video was brilliant!
I played pro shuffleboard myself
Beer Pong Champion!
please I'm far to classy for such peasantries........bocci and polo beeth my games lol
Popped collar kinda toolery huh?
You guys don't know classy fun until you've played Cornhole in Kansas on the 4th of July.
Or flipcup while tailgating outside college football games.
I've played many cornhole tournaments in the last 5 or so years. Although up here we call it "Bags".
I love playing cornhole!!! We play every year on our summer trip to the lake with a bunch of families. Great game!!
"Corn hole" "Bags" Either way I still laugh at the name!
The first time I came across Cornhole was in Kansas. I was camping at an RV park and a new friend came up at night asked if I wanted to join him and some others for beer and bbq. Well, I said "hell yeah," of course! That's when he asked, "Hey, wanna play some Cornhole?" He was drunk and at that point I started wondering if that was a metaphor for some kind of weird prison style game. I declined of an abundance of caution... until I got to his RV and saw the game. It was a blast, and my delicate sensibilities were left unmolested.
My first experience was similar to yours, about 10 years ago at the Lake. A family from Ohio brought it with them and we drank and played Corn hole all week long! So much fun!