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11-29-2012 02:40 PM
Kilgore Trout
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Originally Posted by snowjab View Post
My was stolen and I found it on craigs last year, i went to pick it up grabbed it from , i told him i would take it for free since he stole it from me and i punched him square in the mouth. He just looked at me. it felt so good
That is some straight up street justice, fuck yeah!
11-29-2012 02:14 PM
Donutz
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Originally Posted by StreetDoc View Post
In situations like this there is no such thing as fair fighting. You aren't challenging him, you're delivering his punishment.
This! Fair fights are for the ring, when you're competing. If I need to take someone down, whether because he's attacking me or because he's stealing my shit, fair is irrelevant. You're doing a job, just use the best tool for the task.
11-29-2012 09:46 AM
StreetDoc
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Originally Posted by hikeswithdogs View Post
No you bring the whole mountain crew with you that or stun gun\mace his ass and then beat him to a bloody pulp, fighting fair is for dumb asses, when your going up against a thief expect the unexpected.
In situations like this there is no such thing as fair fighting. You aren't challenging him, you're delivering his punishment.
11-29-2012 05:20 AM
ComeBack_Kid
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Originally Posted by snowjab View Post
My was stolen and I found it on craigs last year, i went to pick it up grabbed it from , i told him i would take it for free since he stole it from me and i punched him square in the mouth. He just looked at me. it felt so good
This story warms my heart.
11-25-2012 12:44 AM
studlee this was awsome....i wish i was there to see it. if any of my shit gets stolen i'm gonna need to take u with me to for a beat down.

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Originally Posted by snowjab View Post
My was stolen and I found it on craigs last year, i went to pick it up grabbed it from , i told him i would take it for free since he stole it from me and i punched him square in the mouth. He just looked at me. it felt so good
12-14-2011 01:03 AM
oatenshiro This is why I ride a 5150 (other than being broke), no one wants to take my board when its next to a burton or... well... anything else.
12-14-2011 12:59 AM
Quantity
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Originally Posted by TexassSnow View Post
So just got my new setup, going over break, wondering how you guys lock your boards up. Do you lock it up like every time you do anything? Like go get some food on the hill, still lock it up? And what do you use, just a simple like chain, or is there something easier to carry that I'm not thinking of.
Ski key and/or cable on the top front bindings every time I have to leave sight even for a minute, ski key is more secure if there is room on the rack, I may sound paranoid but I hear of people unscrewing bindings so I cable lock the front bindings in case with the ski lock, they'd have to remove the bottom bindings as well. Cables get cut easily as well, which is why I have a ski key. Better safe than sorry
12-14-2011 12:29 AM
TexassSnow So just got my new setup, going over break, wondering how you guys lock your boards up. Do you lock it up like every time you do anything? Like go get some food on the hill, still lock it up? And what do you use, just a simple like chain, or is there something easier to carry that I'm not thinking of.
12-13-2011 11:50 PM
snowjab I hid my buddies board on another rack once and he almost cried like a lil biatch. Lol fucked up but funny
12-13-2011 11:06 PM
ColoRADical

I've been waiting so long to post this. But seriously, every time I set my board down I always have that thought of, what if it's not there when I come back. And when I walk out and can't remember where I put it, my heart stops.
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