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04-08-2014 08:29 PM
Deacon moral of the story: don't waterski on a frozen creek that isn't frozen while wearing alpine skis while looking for a piece of your snowboard binding unless you want a headache and free goggles. and don't tell snowboarders you were on skis unless you want to be mocked. nbd.
04-08-2014 08:16 PM
AntipodeanSam
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this isn't even close to nasty and yes I'm getting bored with this kid. It is my fault for continuing to post about a silly toe cap strap that was broken and isn't even my gear. I'll step off now, sorry it was so mundane....
Apology accepted
04-08-2014 08:13 PM
slyder
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damn! the ladder was broken but the strap was suppose to be perfectly fine! the strap has a golden buckle and beautiful decor, while the replacement is very plain and smaller and mismatch...you heard me?
yes I heard you doesn't make the fact you went looking for a beautiful décor buckle connected to your broken ladder and strap any less funny

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Moderators end this thread before it gets nasty or even more mundane!!
this isn't even close to nasty and yes I'm getting bored with this kid. It is my fault for continuing to post about a silly toe cap strap that was broken and isn't even my gear. I'll step off now, sorry it was so mundane....
04-08-2014 07:49 PM
AntipodeanSam
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Originally Posted by campfortune View Post
damn! the ladder was broken but the strap was suppose to be perfectly fine! the strap has a golden buckle and beautiful decor, while the replacement is very plain and smaller and mismatch...you heard me?
Moderators end this thread before it gets nasty or even more mundane!!
04-08-2014 07:42 PM
campfortune
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My only issue is that I was laughing at you, for looking for a broken binding strap
damn! the ladder was broken but the strap was suppose to be perfectly fine! the strap has a golden buckle and beautiful decor, while the replacement is very plain and smaller and mismatch...you heard me?
04-08-2014 07:38 PM
campfortune damn, I was so full of regret and was really scared...now I think I can breathe a sigh of relief ! I must lost my mind...I think from now on, no more running down the sealed off trails and no more running too fast!
04-08-2014 07:37 PM
slyder
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oh, man...what's your problem? looks like you are the one whose head got hit.

do you keep your boot locked all the time? while riding the lift? in fact, that's one of the reason I also like skiing. I don't have to strap in and out of the binding. I can just go after getting off the lift, while snowboarders have to sit down and attach their binding again. I like the sensation of rocking a board left and right though.
My only issue is that I was laughing at you, for looking for a broken binding strap
I could care less that you ski, that you don't sit down to strap in or any of the other crap you were spewing.

I see that the ladder strap on the far side broke and you saw something shinny that may have been your broken strap so you went to go get it. Again you went looking for a broken strap I still find this funny.
04-08-2014 07:32 PM
campfortune
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Originally Posted by The Deacon View Post
so much wrong. why would you sit down to strap in? skier.
sometimes you have to? and sometimes you can just bend down.

I like both snowboarding and skiing. still can't decide which I like better. all have pros and cons...and same and different kind of sensations.
04-08-2014 05:08 PM
t21 that's one of the reason I also like skiing. I don't have to strap in and out of the binding. I can just go after getting off the lift, while snowboarders have to sit down and attach their binding again. I like the sensation of rocking a board left and right though.[/QUOTE]

Okay,i ski too(with my grandsons) but i do not use poles, so i do not have to stop and put my pole strap back on to ski. Snowboarders that sit down to strap their bindings has about the same amount of time skiers put their shit on and start pointing where they want to go
04-08-2014 04:48 PM
Deacon
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Originally Posted by campfortune View Post
oh, man...what's your problem? looks like you are the one whose head got hit.

do you keep your boot locked all the time? while riding the lift? in fact, that's one of the reason I also like skiing. I don't have to strap in and out of the binding. I can just go after getting off the lift, while snowboarders have to sit down and attach their binding again. I like the sensation of rocking a board left and right though.
so much wrong. why would you sit down to strap in? skier.
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