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post #41 of 57 (permalink) Old 12-13-2011, 04:29 PM
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the Canucks lose again?

sorry to hear.. thieves are everywhere!


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That doesn't work where I come from the last I saw of dude he was getting placed in the rear of a cop car to never be seen at the resort again.

That or just get your crew together and do your own sting , leave the guy laying in a pool of his own blood and mouth full of broken teeth......problem solved.
ala chris hanson.. "so what are you doing here"
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To be honest, you should setup a nice board outside that same area where the person may live in that apartment, I wouldn't be surprised if the same guy came down to grab that board as well and you will probably recover yours and other stolen boards that should be returned to their rightful owners.
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To be honest, you should setup a nice board outside that same area where the person may live in that apartment, I wouldn't be surprised if the same guy came down to grab that board as well and you will probably recover yours and other stolen boards that should be returned to their rightful owners.
Yep and then beat him to a bloody pulp :-)

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Yep and then beat him to a bloody pulp :-)
just in case take a bud with you if this thief happens to be a bad ass fighter.. It would suck to get your ass kicked on top of getting your board snagged.
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just in case take a bud with you if this thief happens to be a bad ass fighter.. It would suck to get your ass kicked on top of getting your board snagged.
No you bring the whole mountain crew with you that or stun gun\mace his ass and then beat him to a bloody pulp, fighting fair is for dumb asses, when your going up against a thief expect the unexpected.

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U can slash him with a sword that would be winning.
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I've been waiting so long to post this. But seriously, every time I set my board down I always have that thought of, what if it's not there when I come back. And when I walk out and can't remember where I put it, my heart stops.
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I hid my buddies board on another rack once and he almost cried like a lil biatch. Lol fucked up but funny
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So just got my new setup, going over break, wondering how you guys lock your boards up. Do you lock it up like every time you do anything? Like go get some food on the hill, still lock it up? And what do you use, just a simple like chain, or is there something easier to carry that I'm not thinking of.
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