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01-30-2014 12:08 AM
Unkept Porpoise I find if you have common sense and have any thought for your fellow humans then you should be fine.
01-29-2014 11:43 PM
IdahoFreshies
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Originally Posted by Donutz View Post
So I'm watching my snowboardaddiction videos (sitting here waiting for the damned snow to fall) and partway through the Nev Park Lap I realize he buzzes some 10 year old skier who is shuffling slowly right across the park line. Dunno how many times I've watched that and didn't notice it.
i realize im quoting something from a while ago, but i almost did the same thing at jackson a couple weeks ago.

the park dumps out into the main trail to the lifts, and right at the end of the park my buddy did something like a flat spin 3 into a tail press as im riding and looking back at him watching him. After i watches him for a bit i look back forward to where im going and not even 10 feet in front of me this little kid (4-5 years old) on skis is standing still in the middle of the run on his skis and just has the biggest confused deer in the head lights look. i oh shit turned and thankfully missed him buy about a foot. felt so bad for the poor kid! almost straight ran him over.
01-27-2014 11:33 PM
Cranners
Park Yoboy!

Wear boarder pants so low and baggy of the loudest colour you can find that no one can see where your knees begin.

A jacket so baggy and low it drags in the snow. (also no matter how hot the bar is at night you can't take it off!!)

Spray anyone who's standing or sitting right next to a feature or in your way!

Do one park run then spend the rest of the day at the side chilling with your mates jeering anything slightly S**t.

shout horrible bad things at any bladers that use the park!

any of your mates hurt themselves check to see if they're ok then if they are laugh in their face!

Put your headphones on so loud you can't hear anything!
hmmmm have I left anything out?
02-17-2013 11:16 AM
Bullboy145
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Originally Posted by ShadowCloud04 View Post
From what I see a lot of midwest boarders can just be major douchebags who care only about them selves I ride at chestnut and you see a lot of them.
Yeah, that is one stereotype I absolutely hate. I'm one of those people who goes like, "Oh SHIT! That guy just bailed! *Carves like heck* *Plops down beside crashed grom* You ok buddy? *Grom gets up* Thattaboy/girl. See you around!*Jets off*" Its in my nature, and besides, I'd want someone to ask me if I was ok if I crashed, which people do. The "Midwest Doucheboarder" thing gets overridden by the "Minnesota Nice" where I go boarding. So much so I get, "Yo wassup?" random highfives & handshakes whenever I glide into the park.
11-24-2012 11:59 AM
dopamean Ooooo ya, little pinkie almost got it..

Thanks for sharing!
11-24-2012 09:22 AM
Donutz
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Originally Posted by dopamean View Post
link it!
at 51 sec.


11-24-2012 12:09 AM
dopamean
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Originally Posted by Donutz View Post
So I'm watching my snowboardaddiction videos (sitting here waiting for the damned snow to fall) and partway through the Nev Park Lap I realize he buzzes some 10 year old skier who is shuffling slowly right across the park line. Dunno how many times I've watched that and didn't notice it.
link it!
11-23-2012 10:25 PM
Donutz So I'm watching my snowboardaddiction videos (sitting here waiting for the damned snow to fall) and partway through the Nev Park Lap I realize he buzzes some 10 year old skier who is shuffling slowly right across the park line. Dunno how many times I've watched that and didn't notice it.
10-31-2012 06:46 PM
Clayton Bigsby Leave your poser huge headphones in your mom's car, you cant hear the people yelling "droppin in", then you cut them off and carry on like nothing happened. I personally think they should ban headphones at resorts, seen way to many close calls.
10-13-2012 02:15 AM
ShadowCloud04
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Originally Posted by racerstf View Post
Yea i had the same problem at chesnut in the midwest... I broke my ankle and couldnt stand up and people just kept riding by like nothing was wrong, i finally used my board as a sled and got within 20 ft of the lift, and STILL no help. I finally made it to the lift with people just staring at me... thankfully one of the dumb lift op's called a snow mobile to take me up. What ever happened to the friendly midwest people?? When I was learning at mammoth, id get swarms of people asking if I was OK when I fell... I too always ask people if their good that fall and don't get out of the way right away.
From what I see a lot of midwest boarders can just be major douchebags who care only about them selves I ride at chestnut and you see a lot of them.
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