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post #21 of 30 (permalink) Old 11-27-2012, 04:01 AM
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Jackasses. Put those damn cameras down until there's actually something to see. Terrible riders, terrible people, doing terrible things is all I see in this video. I understand taking out that skier was an accident, but you didn't have to replay it over and over again. I admit I laughed when you took her out, but replaying it over and over again made me despise you and your lot. Anyways, until you become a safe and capable rider, please just put the cameras down. No one wants to see this. I appreciate the time you spent on editing though.
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post #22 of 30 (permalink) Old 12-02-2012, 12:17 PM
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What an embarrassing video. To echo what everyone else has already said, l2ride. You look like a bunch of tools when you're all jacked up with GoPros and don't even have the fundamentals down. I quit watching after you morons took out the skier.
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sick edit.
i think you guys should get into the backcountry with your cameras and build some big kickers over some huge gaps.
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sick edit.
i think you guys should get into the backcountry with your cameras and build some big kickers over some huge gaps.
over a busy highway or RR!

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I LOL'd. Op is a douchebag who should be castrated with a blowtorch, but besides that, good vid.
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Im sorry to say but this looks REALLY dangerous
And as others have said allready. You make us all look bad riding totally out of control..

You guys should slow down and put the movie making on the shelf for a while.. The experience of the learning to ride proporly is one of the best feelings out there, so put a little more effort in you riding.

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20 days and still that bad?

sidenote: I see alot of people like this on the hill. horrible to be around shit like this, and as has been said, makes snowboarders look bad.
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over a busy highway or RR!
jagged rock gaps are so hot right now.
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Please spend some money on lessons or just go hike someone's backyard to learn on your own.

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the editing was sub-par and there was virtually nothing interesting about the footage.

I basically scanned through it looking for something of interest.. nothing.. at.. all...

better footage will make for a better edit..


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