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post #3651 of 6641 (permalink) Old 03-26-2013, 08:49 AM
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But if she's old enough to be engaged, wouldn't that make her too old for you chomps! lol
...not if she was from the Hill Country of Tennessee, Kantucky, or Virginee!! She could be 14 AND my sister!!! Wouldn't matter there!
(...sadly, that isn't where she's from!) Apologies to all the "Hill Folk!"

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So Chomps, elaborate here. You met some chick at Holly and she's joined you for Boyne trips? How old you think she is? You sure she's engaged? You hittin it? Lol
She say's she's 34! She's cute! A LOT of fun! ...and as crazy to get out on the snow & ride as I am!!! (...no sitters, no hubby to get permission from... yet anyway!) Yeah, I'm sure,.. and NO, ...I ain't hittin' it! She's 34 Man!!! 15-20 years past her prime if she's a day!!!
...bet you guy's thought My Creep-titude was waning?? HA!!! Still Got It!!!!

Seriously tho! I had a blast riding with her, and unlike you guy's,.. She's new enough to the sport to be impressed by my pathetic riding skills! Hahaha! I finally get to Show Off some!

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...btw, The Boyne trips were her Idea NOT mine!!!

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...btw, The Boyne trips were her Idea NOT mine!!!
Only one smilie on that post? And on a post about a woman? What's wrong with you man, you're losing your edge!
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She's 34 Man!!! 15-20 years past her prime if she's a day!!!
bahaha wow well played.



GRRRR @ Crystal Mountain.

They're offering ski school all week but stop on Friday, no lessons this weekend unless you're paying for a private lesson.

So incredibly disappointed.

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GRRRR @ Crystal Mountain.

They're offering ski school all week but stop on Friday, no lessons this weekend unless you're paying for a private lesson.

So incredibly disappointed.
Oh that sucks, cause that's what we were thinking about for our kiddo too. They probably don't get enough demand this late in the season to warrant it. Damn.
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I don't know if this makes sense to you guys. Bigger question is are these divots going to even make a difference riding? I'm assuming there were there on Sunday when I rode so I doubt they are, but I want feedback from you guys that have more experience than me. Also are these going to damage my board in the long run, or is it pretty normal and no big deal? Never dealt with it on my old board or my new board with the old bindings.

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damage is already done, i would keep your bindings tight. I *ASSUME* having loose wiggly bindings would eventually do more damage than tight binding screws, and as stated before loosen em up when u wax
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damage is already done, i would keep your bindings tight. I *ASSUME* having loose wiggly bindings would eventually do more damage than tight binding screws, and as stated before loosen em up when u wax
Well, when I back off them the divots completely go away and the base remains completely smooth with no noticeable divots (not dimples as if the screws were protruding out of the base), and when I remount my old bindings, they still go away, so do you really think I damaged the board permanently?
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No i must have misread, i thought the dimples were permanent now, i think your idea about the holes being closer together and applying more pressure to the base sounds pretty spot on now
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Well, when I back off them the divots completely go away and the base remains completely smooth with no noticeable divots (not dimples as if the screws were protruding out of the base), and when I remount my old bindings, they still go away, so do you really think I damaged the board permanently?
No, not sure why he used that saying. Your board is fine.

EDIT: Ok, ^ he explained why he said it...ninja style while I was typing.
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No i must have misread, i thought the dimples were permanent now, i think your idea about the holes being closer together and applying more pressure to the base sounds pretty spot on now
Yeah I figure you thought I meant dimples as opposed to divots or indentations. No problem, but you had me worried for a minute.

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No, not sure why he used that saying. Your board is fine.

EDIT: Ok, ^ he explained why he said it...ninja style while I was typing.
Sneaky sneaky! lol

Yeah it's not like I'm stressing over it or anything, just looking for your guys' feedback on it since I hadn't encountered this before. It's not major at all, you have to run your hand over it or look at it at the right angle to see it. I'm less concerned about performance issues than I am about damaging something. I appreciate the replies.
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