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    This is my new hitting area. I just made it in my garage. I had to clean this area out. As you will see, our garage is a mess... so it took me a while. Watch this video. See how much space I have, etc. I need some ideas to make it better... the deal with my parents though is I can't hit their cars and I can't block certain things like the fridge and a pathway to the door.

    Anyway... suggestions?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3EqKDuCcgE

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    For some reason, the video isn't working anymore... I'll try to fix it...

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    • #3
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3EqKDuCcgE

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      • #4
        There doesnt really seem like much more you can do.

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        • #5
          I bet your good at tetris with all that stacking of other stuff. I guess your using your T there.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by LAball View Post
            I bet your good at tetris with all that stacking of other stuff. I guess your using your T there.
            I'm ok at tetris. My mom did most of the stacking. We put our junk there. She really can't loose at that game... lol

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Go Cardinals View Post
              This is my new hitting area. I just made it in my garage. I had to clean this area out. As you will see, our garage is a mess... so it took me a while. Watch this video. See how much space I have, etc. I need some ideas to make it better... the deal with my parents though is I can't hit their cars and I can't block certain things like the fridge and a pathway to the door.

              Anyway... suggestions?
              A dumpster!
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              • #8
                ...or a garage sale!!

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Go Cardinals View Post
                  This is my new hitting area. I just made it in my garage. I had to clean this area out. As you will see, our garage is a mess... so it took me a while. Watch this video. See how much space I have, etc. I need some ideas to make it better... the deal with my parents though is I can't hit their cars and I can't block certain things like the fridge and a pathway to the door.

                  Anyway... suggestions?

                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3EqKDuCcgE
                  Get rid of some of that ****!!!!

                  By the way, how much do you want for the grill? And was that a canibus plant I saw there toward the end of the video?
                  Last edited by Lady_Knights; 03-02-2008, 08:49 PM.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Lady_Knights View Post
                    Get rid of some of that ****!!!!

                    By the way, how much do you want for the grill? And was that a canibus plant I saw there toward the end of the video?
                    lol... we got the grill for free... I'll sell you my dad's car though...


                    What's a canibus plant? It's fake.


                    And yes, we have a lot of junk in there. We have to have it somewhere... are inside of our house is nice, but the garage... that's another story...


                    Originally posted by randy View Post
                    ...or a garage sale!!
                    Randy, here in the hills, people don't really have garage sales. In fact, our drive way is over 400 ft long. You can't see our house from the road.



                    Originally posted by Jake Patterson View Post
                    A dumpster!

                    Hey, that's valuable junk

                    Most of it is old sports equipment that was just piled ontop of things. I rearranged that area, so a lot of old stuff was brought back.
                    Last edited by Go Cardinals; 03-02-2008, 09:00 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Nothing important
                      The Magicman Principle

                      "Always look until you find video that can be used to prove your point, and when all else fails, bash someone"

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Lady_Knights View Post
                        Nothing important
                        I edited my post... I added more in response to you...

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                        • #13
                          Is that drywall I see? Better get a bucket of whiffle balls!
                          Primum non nocere

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                          • #14
                            Just one thing I don't like about the new hitting area, I don't see my cooler with wheeles on it.


                            Could you at least do a video of the cooler to set my mind at ease.



                            drill
                            Yogi Berra was asked by a reporter "How do you catch a knuckle ball?" He came right back and said "When it stops rolling"

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Dirtberry View Post
                              Is that drywall I see? Better get a bucket of whiffle balls!
                              IMO hitting whiffle balls doesn't have nearly the same feedback, even when hitting into a nearby screen.

                              I have a similar setup in my garage and recently paid a little over $400 to have the dry walls repaired. I consider that part of the expense of hitting in the garage ... but I'd be interested in learning of an alternative setup.

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