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Old 01-29-2013, 08:17 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Oh yeah, I forgot....I love cannabis. Only buy the best medi stuff available.
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Old 01-29-2013, 10:58 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:04 AM   #24 (permalink)
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You should save money. Smoke up your meth first, then you'll have no desire for the Jimmy Johns.
A lot of people I know can eat just fine on meth AKA the nastiest drug I've ever got my hands on. A lot of people are making Meth from cans of Raid now. There is a cheaper way of meth (cheap poison that gets you high) production being figured out daily.

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sooo..this thread took a dark turn
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Old 01-29-2013, 01:51 PM   #26 (permalink)
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not so much like, it just so happens that i spent the most on my board
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Burton AK 3L Hover Pants and Jacket, bulletproof and waterproof
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Old 01-29-2013, 03:27 PM   #28 (permalink)
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If I'm looking for a board set up, definitely more on the bindings. Since riding is more about style and since I have a set up...I'd spend the most of jackets. You can buy basic, but not low quality pants in black, tan, and camo. You can wear endless jackets in either, matching is NOT a requirement! Goggles, I have Oakleys but once again, you can buy endless frames. I have a polarized grey and fire iridium frames, but nothing really for night riding. Thats the great thing, no one looks alike. It's all about your own style and thats half the fun.
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If I'm looking for a board set up, definitely more on the bindings. Since riding is more about style and since I have a set up...I'd spend the most of jackets. You can buy basic, but not low quality pants in black, tan, and camo. You can wear endless jackets in either, matching is NOT a requirement! Goggles, I have Oakleys but once again, you can buy endless frames. I have a polarized grey and fire iridium frames, but nothing really for night riding. Thats the great thing, no one looks alike. It's all about your own style and thats half the fun.
lol who needs googles for twilight
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Old 01-29-2013, 04:47 PM   #30 (permalink)
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I try to spend as little money as possible on everything, while still buying quality stuff. This year I bought new everything except boots. New goggles, helmet, jacket, gloves, pants, balaclava, bindings (ended up buying two actually), board (ended up buying two of these as well), and board bag. I didn't pay more than 50% of MSRP for any of this equipment (with the exception of the second board and bindings) as it's all last years models and I bought them all during the summer.

That being said, currently the highest priced item in my setup is my second board, which is about $200 more than my second highest priced item, my first board.

Long story short, I seem to spend the most on boards simply because they cost the most. (Though I am currently rocking a $500 jacket I got for $150, so at full price that would give my boards a run for their money).
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