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post #29 of (permalink) Old 12-11-2012, 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Reminiscent View Post
I am a student, and as many of you already know, money is hard to come by at the stage I'm in. All I can afford is around 30% of the original price of the board, hence the 70% discount. I see logic in the 1st, 3rd and 4th, but I think you're perceiving my message in an incorrect fashion by number 3.
I DO NOT need a board, nor do I want one. The reason I'm doing this is explained in my previous post. Please read all my posts before commenting everyone! Your question may have already been answered. Not in this particular case, where my post came after yours, but in general. Number 5 wasn't necessary, but I'll let it pass . I think I can contribute to this forum enough to gain everyone's respect, but I simultaneously think the whole "respect" idea is kind of funny. Aren't forums for everyone? Not just the respected few who rule the site because of their time spent on the forum downsizing others? The tone I'm getting from your advice is very negative and it isn't very easy to take advice from someone talking this way, regardless of their status. Let's not come to any awful conclusions about what is going to happen in the future, instead lets observe what happens and not anticipate it. I feel as though I'm on that show the Shark Tank. With you guys all sitting in your plush chairs, shrewdly analyzing my idea. How are my promises "fake"? I've helped some people already in just a day. Don't go into shrewd and untrue conclusions about me! I think you're way over your head in this respect nonsense. Don't take this offensively though.
In regards to your forum question. Yeah the forum is for everyone, that has nothing to do with our questions. You're asking us for a favor, we're asking you who you are. Why not start off writing a review of what you currently ride so we can know if you can even write reviews. Where are you from? If you're from the Northeast, lets meet up and ride so I'll know if you even know how to use a snowboard. Do you see where I'm going with this? You should have worked on establishing yourself long before considering a thread like this.

You're asking us to support you so we can get discounts that can't be confirmed, for boards that none of us know anything about, based on reviews from someone we've never heard of. Do you not see the issue? If people want to blindly support you, that's fine, but the wiser will stay away or at the very least, ask you a litany of questions.
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