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Thread: Using screw spin affects potting angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Davidson View Post
    Weirdly enough, I get the flag bit on Google Chrome but don't get it on Explorer. I don't remember what I had when I used my iPad or Smartphone. But to answer molsonmuscle's question, yes I am in Canada and live in Alma, Ontario. I figure with that handle you must be Canadian too.
    I get the flapping flag and location, Posts, date joined, in all browsers (you may need an update of IE (beware MS tries to get you to use their new (and yucky to me) Edge )

    I dare to ask, why is "molsonmuscle" particularly Canadian? I thought it could have been more double entendre
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    Hey Terry, I’m new to the forum, hadn’t noticed the flags! Duh! Molsonmuscle is a misnomer, I don’t drink, lol. But I do have the gut!

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    I love this answer! It was what I was thinking also. I am convinced however, that the flaw is directly related to a stroke flaw, combined with aim issues..as I have said, Iím a novice player. I began to see a strong pattern in practice, when applying screw to an angled pot, my miss is ALWAYS thin/overcut. Iím going to work with a proper teacher.

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    Just aim a bit thick, and your brain will "learn" that as the correct angle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeanH View Post
    I get the flapping flag and location, Posts, date joined, in all browsers (you may need an update of IE (beware MS tries to get you to use their new (and yucky to me) Edge )

    I dare to ask, why is "molsonmuscle" particularly Canadian? I thought it could have been more double entendre
    'Molson Muscle' is a slang term meaning having a beer gut and Molson was originally a Canadian beer.
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