I wasn't going to go here, but it almost seems like a neccesity at this point...
As I explained to Chris you guys approached me with the offer I didn't ask you for it. I think it is really unfair of you to expect me to give everything back especially when Chris had me sign a paper stating that I was paid for the coupon so I couldn't go back on the deal. As you stated JB is a public park but you then "suggest" that I not show up there on anyday. If this is some sort of threat against my person or my property I will immediately call the police if there is any hint of trouble at JB park. I will be keeping this email just in case as evidence of the threat if there is any trouble. Please cease to contact me further.
Here is my post before that...
I am not sure why you are unwilling to come to some form of compromise. I made a mistake. This mistake needs to be rectified. I was fully anticipating compensating you for your hassles. You have to understand that this is coming out of my pocket...the club does not extend me any financial indescretions. You really need to think about where I am coming from and the amount of effort that I put towards this shit. I volunteer countless hours, donate countless amounts of giveaways, absorb other leaguers financial issues, and deal with various assorted other problems on a regular basis. Your inability to work with me and the club is a literal kick in the teeth. Needless to say, unless you can find a little kindness in your heart, I will not be able to allow you, or Todd, to play in the JB Doubles. It is a public park, so you are always welcome to play...just please try to avoid showing up on Tuesdays (or Thursdays, Fridays, weekends, and any other day).
Please call me if you feel the need to discuss this any further. Remember that this is a sport built on a much larger scale of volunteerism than most others.
And here is how I responded...last transmission...no defamation, just the truth...
Sometimes a mistake is made. Sometimes individuals need to step back and look at it from a diferent point of view. We are a volunteer organization. I am sorry that you saw it as an irreversible situation, when in fact it is nowhere near this way. It only backs up the testimonies from several other, non-involved, individuals that you sometimes rub people the wrong way. Maybe you are what they say you are. Sorry to see you go. Have fun, buddy...I will never contact you again. There are plenty of other courses for you to play. No threats will EVER be issued, but your presence at JB will probably not be very well received. I hope you enjoy your 6 discs and $71 enough to compensate for your loss of St. Louis disc golf as a fun and carefree activity.
P.S. "If this is some sort of threat against my person or my property I will immediately call the police if there is any hint of trouble at JB park. I will be keeping this email just in case as evidence of the threat if there is any trouble." Do you honestly think I would do anything remotely close to this? You must be a..."