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09-30-2009 08:10 PM
lilfoot1598
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Originally Posted by arsenic0 View Post
*Makes a mental note of Lilfoots profile pic*

Some day ill see you on Hood and totally get back at you!
I just need to keep an eye out for the tiny girl boarding with a giant in a red coat!
*Makes a mental note of arsenic's profile pic*

Thanks for the heads up. I'll have to avoid the giant yellow bear with a red and white scarf then.

My husband IS a giant compared to me! He is 6'2" and I'm less than 5'. People confuse me for his daughter all of the time. Sucks.
09-30-2009 10:05 AM
Cr0_Reps_Smit
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Originally Posted by EverBorN View Post
I'm starting to think that YOU think i'm talking more flexy then I am thinking and that I think your talking about more STIFF then your thinking, were probably agreeing on the same flex/stiffness hehe. I have a 2008 burton twin that I love for the park, it's the perfect flexyness I think, my friends have real stiff boards which makes for hard time in the park for them, maybe TO stiff is just bad.
ha yea most likely, when ever i hear soft and flexy i start thinking artifact and boards of that sort.
09-30-2009 03:24 AM
arsenic0
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Originally Posted by lilfoot1598 View Post
She would probably be concerned that said poster has not had proper schooling or has a learning disability.

On the other hand, she would probably be more upset knowing that one of her old students didn't capitalize "I" or the "E" in "English." In addition, she would have wept at your abuse of the apostrophe, which in this case is woefully lacking in the word "teacher's."

And Friday was National Punctuation Day. How could you?
*Makes a mental note of Lilfoots profile pic*

Some day ill see you on Hood and totally get back at you!
I just need to keep an eye out for the tiny girl boarding with a giant in a red coat!
09-30-2009 02:40 AM
Patrollerer I ate a chocolate bar and it tasted like chocolate.

Go skateboarding the tarseal loves your face.
09-30-2009 02:16 AM
EverBorN
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Originally Posted by Cr0_Reps_Smit View Post
maybe if your learning how to jump you need that but otherwise a stiffer board offers more stability on jumps. do you think travis rice is riding a noodle so that the landings are more forgiving? i not talking a free ride board here, im just saying you want a park board on the stiffer side. they make park boards both ways, not just soft and flexy.
I'm starting to think that YOU think i'm talking more flexy then I am thinking and that I think your talking about more STIFF then your thinking, were probably agreeing on the same flex/stiffness hehe. I have a 2008 burton twin that I love for the park, it's the perfect flexyness I think, my friends have real stiff boards which makes for hard time in the park for them, maybe TO stiff is just bad.
09-27-2009 04:55 PM
lilfoot1598
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Originally Posted by arsenic0 View Post
I think i just heard my high school english teachers head explode...musta been reading Tsu's posts.
She would probably be concerned that said poster has not had proper schooling or has a learning disability.

On the other hand, she would probably be more upset knowing that one of her old students didn't capitalize "I" or the "E" in "English." In addition, she would have wept at your abuse of the apostrophe, which in this case is woefully lacking in the word "teacher's."

And Friday was National Punctuation Day. How could you?
09-27-2009 04:02 PM
arsenic0 I think i just heard my high school english teachers head explode...musta been reading Tsu's posts.
09-27-2009 02:05 AM
Cr0_Reps_Smit
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Originally Posted by NyInfamous'Girl View Post
I always thought that park boards were more flexy....being as though it would lead to a more forgiving landing. After asking around a little and reading some, turns out your right. But actually, a stiffer board would lead to more pop as well, as well as offer more stability on jumps. Your right!
thanks, i was gonna mention the pop part too but forgot to mention it.
09-26-2009 10:32 PM
BoardTheSnow73
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Why the hell has this thread got to 8 pages?
It's been a long summer. People are getting a little frustrated. Soon enough we'll all be back on the mountains and the forum will be be the happy place it once was
09-26-2009 09:22 PM
Reede Why the hell has this thread got to 8 pages?

People being douchebags in the internet? THAT'S UNPOSSIBLE!
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