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  • Jamie 10:44 am on February 17, 2013 Permalink  

    Team TrueSkill Ratings 

    There will be a longer, more complete blog post coming on the Planet Kubb blog about this soon. But, here is a sneak peek on the pitch.

    The Planet Kubb wiki now has 1,091 tournament matches in it and 357 teams. Holy crap right? Yeah. Special hat tip to @dobbie,  @chrishodges and @garrick for doing a ton of work entering match information.

    Well, there is more. I wrote a bot that walks through every match in date order (see the code) and calculates a TrueSkill rating (TrueSkill was developed by Microsoft for Xbox Live, it’s like a modern version of ELO rating system). Each team starts with a μ score of 25.

    So, who is the top ranked team in Planet Kubb? They have a μ score of 42.948. Hint: It’s not the Kubbchucks, we have a score of 28.205.

    See the top 50 active teams scores.

    Also, if you haven’t checked out the event pages, club pages and team pages in a while. You should, they are much better. Like I said, more to come, this is a sneak peek.

    Disclaimer: Both TrueSkill and ELO scores are based on a series of games played and the various skill levels of those matches. The TrueSkill value is recalculated weekly. As more matches from the past are added, these values will update and change to reflect the additional data. So, beware that these are dynamic and updating values.

    Oh, and if you haven’t tried the Group X-Ray, give it a try. You’ll want to go here immediately when tournament groups are declared in the future. :-)

     

     
  • Jamie 7:30 am on December 2, 2012 Permalink
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    Email Notification of Mentions 

    I added a new capability on Pitch this morning. Now, if when you post or comment here and you using an @thingles to notify someone they will get an email letting them know. So, @garrick will get an email making sure he knows I mentioned him. This works in comments as well. Kubb on!

     
  • Garrick van Buren 8:36 pm on November 6, 2012 Permalink
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    In case you were wondering about the chances you might leave an advantage line here’s a handy chart:

    from the 46 tournament games currently in the wiki

     
    • Dobbie 9:00 pm on November 6, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Sweet, sweet stats. Under 50% to over 90% from 9 to 10 kubbs. Interesting.

      • Garrick 10:16 pm on November 6, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I kept hearing Terry Ekelöf saying ‘Get Better’ as I was putting this graph together.

        • Dano 9:16 am on November 7, 2012 Permalink

          I also hear Terry saying “we play not to lose” when he was talking about throwing some kubbs long when there were more then seven to toss. Makes a lot of sense after seeing this chart.

        • Dobbie 9:55 am on November 7, 2012 Permalink

          @dano – perhaps for 6 player teams throwing long in certain situations makes sense. Not sure that strategy is valid for 2 or 3 person teams…..yet.

    • Jamie Thingelstad 10:45 pm on November 6, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Great graph @garrick! I’m looking forward to automating a graph like that right in the scoring system. This is a key stat for teams to know of their own roster.

    • swedenssons 8:55 am on November 7, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      This is awesome stuff. A couple quick ideas/questions. Can you have horizontal lines across it so one can see the exact(ish) percentages. Also, I would be very curious on (if it is possible) the percent you lose a match in the turn you let the team move up AND the second turn after you let them move up. Is that possible? That would then tell a person how often you let the team move up AND what the result of that is. I have a feeling that everything is possible for you two guys though. I will also just add one more thing. I think this is for a lot of late in the day games, right? The top teams playing in a tournament. I would be really curious what these results would be like if they were for the “average” game. My thought is that the percentages would go up. Perhaps that is a very easy statement to make, but it would be neat to see how much. Another reason to score more random matches throughout the day. The other cool thing would be to see the results for two-person team tournaments vs. three-person team tournaments. Again, this is really cool. Not sure how long it took you to run the numbers, but whatever it was, thanks for doing it.

    • Garrick 9:16 am on November 7, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @swedenssons – here are the exact percentages:
      1:5% (admittedly, this is all me)
      2:0%
      3:9%
      4:10%
      5:19%
      6:15%
      7:23%
      8:31%
      9:47%
      10:100%
      Of course – these percentages and all the other overall stats will be much much more accurate with more games. With only 46 games outliers are much more prominent than they should be.

  • Garrick van Buren 3:06 pm on October 16, 2012 Permalink  

    I just grabbed more than 200 turns out… 

    I just grabbed more than 200 turns out of the games in the Planet Kubb wiki where 100% of the field kubbs were hit.

    Each one of those baton throws on average hits 1.3958 field kubbs.

    Think of that the next time your inkastare gives you a tempting cluster of 6.

     
    • Jamie Thingelstad 8:09 pm on October 16, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @garrick and I were talking about a calculated value that would be sort of like team efficiency. Something like:

      ( (field kubbs hit on first baton) + (field kubbs hit on second baton) ) / (kubbs thrown in)

      Only valid when Kubbs thrown in is greater than 4.

      So, you throw 5 Kubbs and get 2 in the first throw and 2 more in the 2nd throw, you have:

      (2 + 2) / 5 = 0.80

      I’m intrigued by this.

  • Jamie 10:42 pm on September 13, 2012 Permalink
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    Social Groups are Remaking Culture, Featuring Kubb 

    My friend and Kubbchucks teammate Jim Bernard (@bricker) presents most years at the University of Iowa on Technology, Globalization and Culture. This year, @bricker made Kubb the starting topic of his talk! It’s great! Jim comes on at 3:50 and the Kubb segments goes to around 25:00.

    (This video can’t be embedded so you will need to click out to watch.)

    http://vimeopro.com/eloisu/tgc2012/video/49278867

    Video also highlights @garrick, @dobbie, @ringerjr, Eric A and others.

     
  • Jamie 1:41 pm on August 24, 2012 Permalink  

    Help: RSS feed from Ustream channel? 

    I would really like to add the Ustream videos from U.S. National Kubb Championship to the Planet Kubb feed. However, Ustream doesn’t offer an RSS feed of a channel (grrrr!). If any techie types (@garrick? @jakefreeberg?) want to dig into ways to make this happen that would be great. I searched Yahoo! Pipes for Ustream but nothing worked. A Yahoo! Pipe would be great, but anything that gets an RSS feed would be fine.

     
  • Jamie 11:40 pm on July 11, 2012 Permalink
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    @garrick just put entries in the Planet Kubb Wiki for all the teams coming to nationals. The wiki makes a very nice map of that information!

    That is quiet the cluster around Minneapolis!

     
    • Eric 12:05 pm on July 12, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Love to see all the Minneapolis and Metro Area teams!

      • Jamie 7:03 am on July 20, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        It’s almost like there is some guy in Minneapolis getting friendlies together and putting on tournaments in the winter, spurring all this Kubb playing around the metro. Hmmmm… :-)

  • Jamie 11:32 pm on July 11, 2012 Permalink
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    The game sheets on the Planet Kubb Wiki now have a couple of graphs as a test of feasibility. Coming along nicely! Here is a game that @chrishodges put in tonight!

    2012 Madison Midsommar Kubb Tournament Final Game Three

     
    • Jamie 11:46 pm on July 11, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Also worth noting is a new statistic in the scoring system, “cold_streak_max” and “hot_streak_max”. These are the maximum number of times you missed or hit (respectively) on baton throws. For example, you can see how in this game with @garrick, @dobbie and Jaime I missed 9 in a row! Ouch! And then look at game 1 in Rockford Championship where @dobbie hits 8 in a row.

      • Dobbie 12:00 am on July 12, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Interesting statistic. If you are hot, why not throw all 3 in a row? “Feathers Style” is something Steve F. came up with. You first identify the “hot short” (who is hitting short). They go first until they miss. Then the other player goes until they miss. Repeat. After the round, identify if the hot short is still the same person.

      • Dobbie 12:16 am on July 12, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Digging the pie charts. One thing that I feel really shares the story of the game is the percentage hit rate by Field (F) and Baseline (B). Perhaps a bar chart? Just a thought.

      • Chad B 9:19 am on July 12, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        The pie charts are cool. Love the stats!

    • Chad2 10:14 pm on July 12, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      When will the kubb scoresheet app be out for my Android phone?

      • Jamie 10:19 pm on July 12, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Significant discussion has already been had on an HTML5 “offline” web application that will run on a variety of mobile devices to accommodate scoring on the pitch. It can then either email the score markup to be put on the wiki or directly use the API for the Planet Kubb Wiki to put the game on there.

        Step 2 would be to put each turn on the wiki as it happens. Or maybe we do that out of the gate. It will happen. :-)

  • Jamie 9:35 pm on June 15, 2012 Permalink
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    Planet Kubb on Open Loop #1 

    Listen to @garrick and I talk about Kubb, Planet Kubb and the origin of this site on Open Loop #1. Skip to 23 minutes to jump right to the Kubb discussion.

    @dobbie, @chad-b and Eric G. mentioned.

     
  • Jamie 3:17 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink
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    Open Thread (June 10, 9:00pm CT) 

    Come to this post at 9:00pm Sunday, June 10th for an open thread conversation. This is a bit of an experiment to see how this site will work for this type of thing. Nobody knows what will happen! :-)

    Getting ready?

    You don’t have to register an account here to participate but it would be a good idea. Go to the registration page and create your account. If you have one, you can go straight to the login page.

    How to talk?

    Just tap Reply on this post and start typing. Whatever you click Reply on is where your message will appear. You can also use the snazzy Like link to indicate something you are digging.

     
    • Jamie 9:03 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Man I wish I could get a blog/RSS feed out of http://wisconsinkubb.com/. I really would like that content in Planet Kubb.

      • Dobbie 9:05 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Perhaps at usakubb he could mirror the updates or something.

      • Jamie 9:05 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        The challenge is that both of those sites are pretty handmade. No WordPress or other CMS.

      • Jamie 9:07 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        By the way, if you post something on Pitch and give it the tag “Planet Kubb” it will show up on the main Planet Kubb “planet feed”, and on Twitter and Facebook.

        • Dobbie 9:08 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Interesting about tagging the planet I think usakubb may have a “blog” template. Dunno?

    • Jamie 9:09 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      So, does this work? I’ve never tried to do a real-time conversation in a blog thread. P2 makes it nice with instant notification of new things.

      • Jamie 9:10 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Skype or IRC would be a true realtime option, but this is really easy.

      • Dobbie 9:12 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        It has the benefit of logging the conversation for all posterity, and it’s easy to understand two separate conversations about different points.

      • Jamie 9:12 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Yeah. It’s almost like working in Google Wave (RIP). :-)

        • Jamie 9:20 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Yeah, this feels a lot like Wave. It would actually work really well for collaboratively brainstorming some topic. :-)

        • Dobbie 9:43 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Agreed! We need to setup a monthly Pitch Session. Helps the overall mantra of Nationals regarding Unity.

        • Dobbie 9:44 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Get it? Bitch session?

      • Jamie 9:13 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I also like that every single comment has a permalink URL.

      • Jamie 9:27 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Would be nice to be able to collapse old threads so they don’t clutter up the screen.

    • Jamie 9:11 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @dobbie I assume Steve Feathers is a relative of yours. Brother?

    • Garrick 9:14 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @dobbie – where’s your preferred location for penalty kubbs?

      • Dobbie 9:16 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        depends on how many I think the opponents will use, but my favorite position is right on the centerline, one baton length from the pin furthest from the group.

        • Garrick 9:17 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          interesting. consistent with my thinking that penalty placement is ultimately about the advantage line

        • Jamie 9:23 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          That seems unlikely that it would ever really result in an advantage line though.

        • Garrick 9:24 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          so – it still has to make the inkasting a more attractive target.

        • Dobbie 9:27 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          In this case, if the punishment Kubb stayed up and another round was played, you would have to consider going long side. Agree.

        • Dobbie 9:26 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          It works in many ranked games we play in DM, but that is 1v1 and not tourney play. I will do it when I think there’s a chance. It would also get in my head if the opponent put a penalty on the line. I’d be all like “they don’t even think we can hit a 4 meter shot” hahaha

      • Jamie 9:16 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Curious to hear. @garrick and I were talking about this today and had talked about it with Eric Goplin before as well.

        • Dobbie 9:19 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I used that strat on Eric G in Rockford. I don’t think it worked.

        • Jamie 9:21 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Didn’t you beat them?

        • Dobbie 9:23 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          We didn’t beat them….they lost to us. They should have taken us out. They played better, but Kubb is weird and sometimes you win a game you should have lost.

        • Jamie 9:24 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          We played a friendly with him a couple days after and he was still cursing some of his play. :-)

      • ringerjr 9:19 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        My preferred location depends entirely on the situation. I learned some tricks from Dobbie in Rockford. I liked his placement for us. It was way on the left line, a foot or two back from the centerline. I think he thought we might not have a baton left after a crummy inkastare by your truly…

        • Dobbie 9:22 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Now now….your groups rocked. I do like putting them in a bit to reduce the chance of a successful rescue if I feel the other team will throw again.

        • ringerjr 9:24 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I think penalty kubbs are also about making the other team waste a baton with no chance of a double. Force them to reposition. You can also mess with people by being random.

        • Jamie 9:24 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          That is a really good point. I hadn’t considered the expense of a baton to take it out.

        • Dobbie 9:28 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I heard someone say it best at Nationals – “you gotta keep those batons occupied”

        • Jamie 9:30 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          That should get a quote on Planet Kubb Wiki. Maybe we should have a page for great Kubb Quotes. :-)

        • Dobbie 9:36 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I was a fan of Gretzsky, and I always (in jest) try to think of quotes that are like his “you miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take” so I could probably contribute a dozen or so….

        • Jamie 9:38 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

        • Dobbie 9:41 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Now I have something to do at work tomorrow. Haha!

    • Jamie 9:14 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      A new person registered on Ask Planet Kubb and Pitch today, ringerjr. Sounds like a DMK guy.

    • Garrick 9:21 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @ringerjr, @dobbie, either of you gone on past Nationals?

    • Jamie 9:29 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      @garrick and I were debating today while recording our podcast if the 8m throw is more or less important than drilling. I think it’s the 8m throw. Thoughts? What do you practice more?

      • Dobbie 9:31 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I think drilling. I Try to throw 100 kubbs every 3 days. I only “practice” 8 meter shots when playing friendlies.

        • Dobbie 9:33 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Consider that in a 3 game match you only have 15 8 meter targets and potentially 100’s of less than 8 meter targets.

        • Jamie 9:34 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          It shows. The videos I’ve seen of your drilling are pretty crazy good.

        • Garrick 9:35 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          @dobbie – how are you setting up the video to shoot the dmk games?

        • Dobbie 9:38 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Right now I’m iPad’ing the ranked games, stopping/starting during phases. An hour game gets cut to 1/3 of the time. I have an iPad tripod thingy as well.

        • Jamie 9:40 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Do you edit it right on your iPad to using iMovie?

        • Dobbie 9:40 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Yes. Takes about 20 minutes now that I am used to it.

        • Garrick 9:40 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          iPad tripod thingy – that explains it.

      • ringerjr 9:32 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Both important! I think a 9 m throw is most important for me right now. Drilling mistakes are huge in competition play, as are short game misses.

        • ringerjr 9:35 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          One aspect that played out for our team in Madison this weekend: We practiced as a team for particular positions and I found that I needed to be more flexible as a player. I only have so much time to practice. Does nailing down my baseline throw come at the expense of practicing other throws? You bet.

        • Jamie 9:37 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I think this is a pretty big deal. Over specialization could really come to bite you. A 6-person all around is the way to be.

        • Dobbie 9:40 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Great write up by Eric on 2 vs 3 player teams. Made me think of a question….how many long game vs short game specialists is ideal for 3 player? What about 6 player?

        • Jamie 9:41 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          You have link to this writeup? I didn’t see this.

        • Dobbie 9:42 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

        • Jamie 9:43 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Thanks. I’m going to see if I can get that on Planet Kubb by posting a link update for it here.

        • ringerjr 9:47 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Everyone has to be good. Miss a short one and you’re in trouble. Only get short ones and miss the baseline and you’re in trouble. The inkastare makes the difference in most games now. Then it’s short mistakes or amazing baseline work that seals the win.

      • Garrick 9:34 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        right now, my 8m is my most inconsistent. And with my fondness for the short game – I’d like to make that stronger.

    • Jamie 9:42 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Is there a specific time yet for the brackets for nationals to be sent out?

      • ringerjr 9:44 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        In a few Thursdays it will be live webcasted from the Lazy Monk Taproom here in Eau Claire.

        • Jamie 9:45 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Awesome. I can’t wait. We’ll definitely have a thread open for that.

        • Dobbie 9:45 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          What do you think, Mr Ringer of having this going during that? You think folks will enjoy it?

    • Jamie 9:45 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Feedback on how this worked out? I’m going to be calling it a night shortly. You guys can keep going as long as you wish of course.

      • Jamie 9:47 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        (Talking to myself, but my notes.)

        • It’s harder to keep up with fast, short things. Slightly longer messages over more frequent messages are probably preferred.
        • Like that everything has URLs and that you can even put some HTML into messages.
        • Really fun to connect in pseudo-realtime with people.
      • Garrick 9:47 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        navigating multiple threads with multiple updates gets a little crazy.

      • ringerjr 9:48 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        I love chatting with folks. The layout is a bit clumsy to navigate back and forth but it is fully functional. Not sure I need it “recorded” for the world to see…

        • Dobbie 9:49 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Yeah, most of the comments would be just fine if they melted away in the ether. Perhaps there is a “purge” button Jamie can push for coordinated sessions.

      • Dobbie 9:48 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Worked well. Relying on replies gets to a point where theres not much space, but that may be a display iPad issue. Live comment updates is fancy. Agree that it reminds me of google wave. I may try this for another project. Thanks for putting this up.

      • ringerjr 9:49 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        thanks!

      • Jamie 9:49 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Great feedback. Keep having fun with Pitch and just post whatever you wish. The idea is to have this be a water cooler for Kubb players.

        • Garrick 9:50 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          thanks jamie. overall – this worked out brilliantly.

        • Dobbie 9:51 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I want to say a big Thank You to everyone that has made Planet Kubb what it is today. Many have tried to put together a online community for the game, and this is the only successful attempt to date. Thanks for all the late night, coding, and hard work in front of the radiating glow of a monitor!

        • Jamie 9:52 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Much appreciated @dobbie. I see you regularly adding to Planet Kubb Wiki too, and thanks for that. The goal here is to make something that the whole Kubb community sees as theirs! Just keep pushing it along.

        • Jamie 9:53 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I would really, really like to make a tournament schedule widget that people can put on their sites powered by the Planet Kubb Wiki. That way everyone has the right and current info without duplicating it all. The wiki needs a lot of polish though. That will come with time.

        • Dobbie 9:54 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          And a more larger project is getting the minds of Kubb together to clean up and add to Wikipedia.org.

        • Jamie 9:56 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I see you there regularly. I’m also surprised by the continuous (but small) flow of traffic that comes to Planet Kubb from Wikipedia.

        • Dobbie 9:58 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Consistent, yes, And smallish. But every click helps spread the fun of the game.

        • Jamie 9:54 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Also @dobbie, as a tournament organizer (which I’m not!) I would love to know if you think there are fields on the events form that are needed and not there, or problems with how information is recorded (like should it have date and time, instead of just date? Should team size be a field?)

        • Dobbie 9:55 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Action item taken!

    • Jamie 9:50 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Do you think that Planet Kubb Pitch and Ask Planet Kubb will cause confusion? People not knowing when to use which? Any suggestions you have on this would be appreciatated.

      • Garrick 9:51 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        if more of pitch looks like this – I think there won’t be much confusion.

      • Dobbie 9:53 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Moderation will be needed, but I see the biggest issue is folks asking questions in Pitch (which isn’t a misuse necessarily). Any great questions could be transferred to ask easily enough.

    • Garrick 9:54 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Awesome. I’m calling it a night. Later all.

    • Bricker 9:56 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      Night GVB

      • Jamie 9:57 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Bricker showing up right at the end! Hey there!

        • Bricker 9:59 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Everything great happens at the end. Just catching up.

        • Jamie 10:00 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Register yourself an account so you can easily post and get email updates. Link in the right hand sidebar.

        • Bricker 10:06 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Tried but pw fail. Going to go to bed instead.

      • Jamie 9:58 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink | Log in to Reply

        Bricker is another Kubbchuck everyone.

        • Dobbie 10:03 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Right on! Let me know what I can do to get The Kubbchucks to represent in Des Moines’ Fall Tourney!

        • Bricker 10:06 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Book it! I’m from Iowa and ready to play!

        • Jamie 10:07 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Get Jim Sr. to play with us?

        • Bricker 10:08 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          Hes a ringer!

        • Jamie 10:08 pm on June 10, 2012 Permalink

          I’ve heard the Klassic is brutal. Not for the feint of heart!

  • Jamie 10:52 pm on June 8, 2012 Permalink  

    Interesting — you can actually address people like you do on Twitter using P2. @garrick Hi!

     
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