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04-15-2014 04:39 PM
andrewdod
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Originally Posted by tradnwaves4snow View Post
yep, and pass up on the best opportunity of your life to slay as many hot chicks as possible...

Lol, never in my life would I miss that opportunity
04-15-2014 04:39 PM
tradnwaves4snow
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This is true no way was I not going to go to college.
yep, and pass up on the best opportunity of your life to slay as many hot chicks as possible...
04-15-2014 03:07 PM
andrewdod
Switch Riding

This is true no way was I not going to go to college.
04-15-2014 02:51 PM
Jason913 Life goals/Money come first. Nothing wrong with pursuing a sport/hobby while going to school. After I graduated from college, I moved to Colorado from FL. Gave up one sport while pursuing another.
04-15-2014 02:21 PM
andrewdod
Switch Riding

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same thing lol. At least you didn't drop out and move to the resorts to snowboard full time

This is true, but I can't say my decision to come to school here wasn't influenced heavily by the fact that snowboarding almost everyday was a possibility. I could have gone to much better schools. And I can't say that after I graduate I won't be a snowboard bum for a winter or two.
04-15-2014 02:17 PM
Jason913 same thing lol. At least you didn't drop out and move to the resorts to snowboard full time
04-15-2014 11:51 AM
andrewdod
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Thats definitely inaccurate. Mark McMorris comes to mind... came from a place with 0 snowboarding.



What Jed said though... stay in school and get a job that let's you snowboard. Rather than snowboarding and hoping it turns into a job.

Orrrrr do what I did and go to a school that puts you in a place where you can snowboard. 8 resorts within 3 hours. 3 within a half hour.
04-15-2014 05:34 AM
kwillo As it's been said, time. But we do a little game which improved my switch riding alot. While riding in a group at any time one person can call 'switch it up' everyone starts riding switch and first person to eat shit buys a jug of beer.
I love free beer, so it's a great incentive.
04-14-2014 05:43 PM
minicrops1 Do you guys know of a good half-pipe near the Georgia/North Carolina area?
04-14-2014 12:56 AM
pennyring It's true. Just get a good job and you can snowboard frequently. I've been with my company 5 years and have enough vacation that I've taken every single Monday off to snowboard since February... and I'll continue doing that through the end of this month. Then I'll follow it up with a trip to Vegas. You just need a good job with adequite vacation time.
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