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    What's the plan for tomorrow?

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    Tomorrow? I'm hoping my kids sleep in past 6 am before they're up rooting through the christmas pile.

    Then it's off for the great grand parents for the first of three holiday turkey dinners.

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    That's Christmas! Seasoning Greetings!

    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff
    Tomorrow? I'm hoping my kids sleep in past 6 am before they're up rooting through the christmas pile.

    Then it's off for the great grand parents for the first of three holiday turkey dinners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff
    My wife won't let me have my badminton gear in our bedroom. She'd look good in BG-66.


    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff
    As for my Sp's - though they are listed as mid-flex, they are as stiff as say the NS 9000 I tested.
    Which 9000 did you test? The X or the S?

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    I'm pretty sure it was "S".

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff
    I'm pretty sure it was "S".
    Try the X, I think you will like the stiffness and performance. I do, just not my consistency or therelack of with it.

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    So what's our plan for C2, RP and VRC?

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    I forgot to ask - what night to you normally play VRC? Did you want to try for Wednesday night with D and J?

    Still not sure what's going on for Thursday, but i'd still liek to hit at C2. if possible as hit at C2 followd by a large sushi input. However i gotta check with "da boss' to see if I have any family functions to shpw up at.

    Dink - found the 9000 to be too light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ViningWolff
    Dink - found the 9000 to be too light.
    Agree, the 9000 is a bit too light for me too. Sticking with my Cab 20 Tours. All 101-104grams when said and done.

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    wow...i sure am late to updating my own thread!! Right now i'm keeping myself busy on the stationary bike to keep my cardio up for both singles and doubles on saturday. Was at PeteLSD's office today watching him string wwc_bro's winex armanetic 700 racket at ......22x24.2 pounds...yes yes...it was not a high tension job.

    I will post my extensive review of his 2.5-3 hour string job later!!! Yes a review!!! Being a fellow laserfibre owner, i'll be using some of Pete's techniques to get a better and more consistent tension.. and if you guys are all wondering...i was FULLY awake during the ENTIRE stringing process!!

    Cheers.

    To Vining, Pete and fellow VRCers and other BCers...
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    free during the morning and afternoon (C2 or RP or Yumo??)
    December 28th:
    free during the morning and afternoon and after 10pm

    feather only plz?

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    DHowie, you not up for Wed (Dec 27) night VRC session?

    -dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarthHowie
    i was FULLY awake during the ENTIRE stringing process!!
    I don't know how you did it but I would be one hibernating panda.

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    Howie was wide awake and we chatted at the same time. LB and Yu Chih took turn to sleep the last time they were in my office .

    Yes, I am a real prick when it comes to string job .

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    I don't know how you did it but I would be one hibernating panda.
    Last edited by Pete LSD; 12-26-2006 at 09:55 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wood_22_chuck
    DHowie, you not up for Wed (Dec 27) night VRC session?

    -dave

    I'm up for it... but i don't think i can play until 10-10:30 pm.. Is that alright??
    I'm watching the canucks game at a friend's place that evening.

    Howie

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete LSD
    Yes, I am a real prick when it comes to string job .
    That's great for the end user. If I were local to you, I'd sell my stringing machine (or give it to you) and have you string all my rackets.

    Why should I bother when I can get a perfect string job from a guy who is more meticulous and dedicated than panda?
    Last edited by DinkAlot; 12-27-2006 at 02:58 AM.

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    Where are the pics???

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    Where's pete's office? I like to get some racquets restrung..

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