Originally Posted by checkracer
One more thought:
3 pairs is still a critical quantity. The problem disappears as soon as your quiver contains at least ... pairs (depending on storage and wife).
If you have so many skis that you have to store them at more places (e.g. your home and your mother´s like me) no one (maybe including you) can realistically know how many and which exactly you have.
Such an organized mess mystifies the enemy.
yeah baby this works good!
Except for one problem....example tennis racquets....I got so many of em I can't remember em all...no junk either - all high end stuff(I don't do junk)
A true story, I last week found a Prince 6 pack bag, buried in a closet....It had 4 Prince mid original Graphite 93's in it....I got so nervous I quickly gave em away to one of my tennis students(captain of local hs girls tennis team) she was pretty happy and is hitting em nice....me, I got a bag of trouble out of the house. My 9 pack head tour bag is full, but it is in clear view...it has become invisible. Which is what domestic police anti discovery duty is all about...ya gotta make the stuff invisible...sometimes in clear view is the safest place.....closets, can be very bad places indeed.
I gotta do a search...I seem to recall a red wilson tour bag....and 3 or 4 st vincent pro staff originals went missing a couple years ago....might be a bag of dunlop 200g's around too...yikes! Mrs wants to do some house cleaning......help!
It never ends
It is sick...
We need to share the pain.....
help me my bear friends, tell the truth about your stashes.....tell me I am not alone.