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post #11 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-27-2011, 11:38 PM
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theres a pretty righteous old dude who ski's copper like 3 days a week with a 1980's style boombox. homie kills it, rick rolls e'rrbody and you dont say shit cuz that gangsta is dope.
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post #12 of 25 (permalink) Old 09-27-2011, 11:54 PM
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I thought that was a given.
I figured it'd also be a given that trying to make your base slower instead of learning how to ride would be a bad idea, but that wasn't the case either, Rizzo.
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Fuck audio helmets, i've hit one and almost ran into half a dozen more of those retards because they can't hear me yell "on your left" and cut right infront of me at the last second.
If you run into people it's your fault, if they run into you it's their fault. I never give people the opportunity to run into me, and I sure as hell never need to yell at people to not run them over.

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I think people overstate the danger of riding while listening to music, i've always rocked noise cancellation buds while im doing down anything if i'm alone. If you're aware of your surroundings and use some common sense about what outlets people are shooting out of, you're not in too much danger.

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If you run into people it's your fault, if they run into you it's their fault. I never give people the opportunity to run into me, and I sure as hell never need to yell at people to not run them over.

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Yes because i'm responsible for other peoples actions when they decide to not pay attenchion when merging trails and run right into you. even after calling for them not to go in that direction.

And you get it right, you call out to people so they are aware of you comming behind them so they dont cut you off. Fucking moron.

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I'm sorry, maybe I should install some blinkers on my ass next time I want to turn. If you're good at snowboarding you will always anticipate people being morons and running right into you - meaning you change your course to accommodate getting away from them the moment you actually see them.

When you see a shitty or crazy driver, you don't just keep driving next to them and then get mad when they slam on their breaks or rear-end you, you change lanes and get the F away.

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I'm sorry, maybe I should install some blinkers on my ass next time I want to turn. If you're good at snowboarding you will always anticipate people being morons and running right into you - meaning you change your course to accommodate getting away from them the moment you actually see them.

When you see a shitty or crazy driver, you don't just keep driving next to them and then get mad when they slam on their breaks or rear-end you, you change lanes and get the F away.
I never said anything about getting mad. when i use the word yell it just means holler at them so they are aware of you. And for my situation i was riding along a narrow path fast, that had a long flat spot at the end. when someone dropped into the trail from a merge i "yelled" at them "comming on your left", i was 3 seconds behind them and they moved their head left as to check behind them so i assume they heard me, than just as im comming beside him he cut hard into me.

Than this dumb kid starts fumbling with his ipod while im chewing him out. Since then i've obviously learned not to trust anyone, its almost happend another half dozen times.
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I figured it'd also be a given that trying to make your base slower instead of learning how to ride would be a bad idea, but that wasn't the case either, Rizzo.
this is the best post evarrrrr!!! haha agreed 100x
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I figured it'd also be a given that trying to make your base slower instead of learning how to ride would be a bad idea, but that wasn't the case either, Rizzo.
I know right, almost as bad of an idea as asking a stranger to shit on your chest, but its ok i always bring the cleaveland steamer.
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I know right, almost as bad of an idea as asking a stranger to shit on your chest, but its ok i always bring the cleaveland steamer.
The sad thing is that everyone knows what I was saying, both about rick rolling kids with a mobile stereo and the jab about shit, was in jest and it made you look stupid for overreacting like a roids injected monkey, Rizzo.

However, you were seriously asking about slowing your base and likewise, it made you look stupid. Really, the only shit you need to be concerned about is the one someone took in your cranial cavity after they removed your brain.
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