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    It's a proprietary formula made from teflon, beeswax, and silicone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick! View Post
    Iím just Michael Dempsey on Instagram, I hardly ever post. I just use it for some Tree guy vids, Game of Thrones actresses pictures etc.

    Not being condescending Gary (for a change) Willie posts some great stuff on there.
    Mick, I thought you were on there as La because ?

    Or is that just a work account.
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    Yep you’re right, just checked La_becasse.

    Not too au fait with Instagram .
    Iím condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mellow View Post
    It's a proprietary formula made from teflon, beeswax, and silicone.
    In other words you have no idea where to buy it? Or are you simply telling us you know what it is? ??? Confused...

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    I'm still trying to cipher au fait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mick! View Post
    Yep you’re right, just checked La_becasse.

    Not too au fait with Instagram .
    I found you. You should post more, I bet you have some good stuff too
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    Quote Originally Posted by frans View Post
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    Our expression is: ya either get it on the first, or the 13th throw!
    I SO get this, and didn't that happen to me yesterday...nailed the first shot to about 60'...started to pull it back to drop down and it was stuck under a bark plate way up top and wouldn't drop...pulled it out...12 shots later...(we'll probably 6 but it felt that long when you know people are watching from behind their curtains)
    Keep smiling, they will wonder what you're up to...

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    I love when I'm missing a hard shot by just inches. You can't give up cuz you KNOW you will eventually get it... all you can do is just get pissed!

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    When I bounce the weight off the main stem two inches below the branch , I just say it proves the shot is do-able and continue trying