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Fast Lenny
07-15-2016, 07:59 AM
Hey Pool Fans! We took down the First Time on the Road story we put up the other day as some complained of audio issues which we are trying to correct in post editing but if not we will be re-shooting them. So here is another story of many that will be featured in Rocket's Science. The DVD will be over 3 hours long so lots of instruction and entertainment in it. Enjoy!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9FATH7fKA-o

Click the PayPal link below or go to http://www.ontherailtv.com/#!pro-shop/ualo9 to Pre-Order - Ship Date is August 2016 https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_xclick&business=lennymarshall%40live%2ecom&lc=US&item_name=Rocket%27s%20Science%20DVD%20with%20Rodn ey%20Morris&amount=39%2e99&currency_code=USD&button_subtype=services&shipping=3%2e00&bn=PP%2dBuyNowBF%3abtn_buynowCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHost ed

We cover 8, 9 and 10 ball, aiming, breaking, kicking, bridges, jumping and masse, positional shots, Q&A from AZ Billiards members and Facebook friends, Road Stories and What's in the case. Click the link below for the Rocket's Science preview.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUO2Bey9Fy4

The Rocket is currently ranked #1 for the US Mosconi Cup points race having won many events already this year. He has had a long career winning many major events such as the US Open 9 Ball & 10 Ball, Mosconi Cup MVP, World Cup of Pool and many more titles.

Price is $29.95 for those who pre-order and it will be shipped to you FREE if you purchase now. After the pre-order sale the price will go up to $39.95 which is still a great deal with all of the content on the disc. Save yourself some money and don't be left out. Scheduled shipping date is August 1st 2016.

cleary
07-15-2016, 08:00 AM
You should do digital download pal. Nobody has DVD players anymore.

Fast Lenny
07-15-2016, 08:04 AM
You should do digital download pal. Nobody has DVD players anymore.

Yes I am going to do that at some point like I did with Power One Pocket V2. Amazing thing is people still purchase the DVD over the digital by what seems like 10-1. Just odd. :confused:

cleary
07-15-2016, 08:07 AM
Yes I am going to do that at some point like I did with Power One Pocket V2. Amazing thing is people still purchase the DVD over the digital by what seems like 10-1. Just odd. :confused:

I seriously don't even have a way to play a dvd at my house lol


In my experience, people have favored the dig download.

Fast Lenny
07-15-2016, 08:09 AM
I seriously don't even have a way to play a dvd at my house lol


In my experience, people have favored the dig download.

Yeah man. Going to do the digital for sure though for those with Ipads and using phones. Makes sense. :smile:

Fast Lenny
07-15-2016, 08:09 AM
I prefer a DVD and anybody with access to a standard desktop computer or most laptops still has a DVD player. Download or streaming as an option would be useful for those mostly using tablets or phones.

For sure! :thumbup:

cleary
07-15-2016, 08:11 AM
I prefer a DVD and anybody with access to a standard desktop computer or most laptops still has a DVD player. Download or streaming as an option would be useful for those mostly using tablets or phones.

I have several computers and they do not have disc drives. The new Apple computers don't come with them.

Fast Lenny
07-15-2016, 08:13 AM
I have several computers and they do not have disc drives. The new Apple computers don't come with them.

People are going to be looking at DVDs and CDs like 8 tracks and cassette tapes. haha

pwd72s
07-15-2016, 11:07 AM
You should do digital download pal. Nobody has DVD players anymore.

Hell, I do! But I'm an old behind the times curmudgeon.

pwd72s
07-15-2016, 11:11 AM
There are still physical media devotees. I don't download music because the sound quality is noticeably inferior on decent equipment. I buy CDs and rip them to lossless format, so I'll have a disc drive handy as long as it remains true that you can't get most music in a high fidelity format via download. Plus, it gets you past pesky DRM issues, which might not be in your best interest but works out great for me.


Hell, I still make tapes from vinyl on my old Nakamichi tape deck. There is a warmth to vinyl sound that digital removes.

So, thanks in advance for the DVD you'll be sending, Lenny...

GideonF
07-15-2016, 11:29 AM
Thanks the excerpts.

This story, like his early road story, fits quite well with what I perceive to be Rodney's character. How often do you hear a pool champion tell a war story that ends in them losing (and no *****ing about the bad roll that cost them the match)? To hear some players talk, they never lost a match!

Fast Lenny
07-15-2016, 11:21 PM
There are still physical media devotees. I don't download music because the sound quality is noticeably inferior on decent equipment. I buy CDs and rip them to lossless format, so I'll have a disc drive handy as long as it remains true that you can't get most music in a high fidelity format via download. Plus, it gets you past pesky DRM issues, which might not be in your best interest but works out great for me.

I agree its nice to have certain stuff physical media. I do have so much stuff on hard drives and you are right about music as most MP3 is low quality. I am a little bit of an audiophile myself but mainly for home theater so my set up at home is geared towards that.

Fast Lenny
07-16-2016, 07:27 PM
Thanks the excerpts.

This story, like his early road story, fits quite well with what I perceive to be Rodney's character. How often do you hear a pool champion tell a war story that ends in them losing (and no *****ing about the bad roll that cost them the match)? To hear some players talk, they never lost a match!

That is something I really respect about the guy. He is very humble and honest about winning and losing.

Lonestar_jim
07-16-2016, 08:18 PM
Please don't take this wrong, but....
Can you send me the Morris tape on VHS tape. I can do digital and DVD, no problem.
I just don't get the same articulation in rewind mode.
It's probably just my equipment or something, IDK.

Come on buddy, take me out Old School. Lol.

9andout
07-18-2016, 02:51 AM
I prefer a DVD and anybody with access to a standard desktop computer or most laptops still has a DVD player. Download or streaming as an option would be useful for those mostly using tablets or phones.

Same here.

LIAKOS27
07-18-2016, 02:26 PM
People are going to be looking at DVDs and CDs like 8 tracks and cassette tapes. haha

Not me;) I'll take the DVD!

shinobi
07-18-2016, 03:46 PM
The other nice benefit of digital download vs DVD is that a digital download can be in high definition.

Texas Carom Club
07-18-2016, 03:52 PM
I prefer a DVD and anybody with access to a standard desktop computer or most laptops still has a DVD player. Download or streaming as an option would be useful for those mostly using tablets or phones.

dvd purchaser here, ill never be one to let my movie experiences be left up to the quality of an internet connection, as Ive learned at work, sometimes you cant pay enough for fast internet, sometimes your just in the wrong spot just far enough away from all towers to receive a terrible connection that just barely allows web browsing,plus when you got 4 kids in a house all using internet all the time, bandwidth becomes an issue

Not me;) I'll take the DVD!

same here :thumbup:

Fast Lenny
07-19-2016, 02:16 PM
I am sure eventually we will be doing the digital download for those who want it. :smile: