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post #41 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-29-2011, 11:37 PM
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Ok since everything is cleared up. Tell me more about this cat fucking
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post #42 of 50 (permalink) Old 03-29-2011, 11:37 PM
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Hell, I'll go along with that. I was not too happy with myself either! Thus the thread, wondering if this is at all normal.
Thanks, Donutz and though my wording may have sucked, I didn't mean any harm. I've never had anything like this happen on this board and I apologize that it turned your thread into this.

But as far as it being normal for me... it isn't. I always have some reason if I'm not as stoked as usual... weather, FALLS, crowds, something... let's hope it's a one time occurrence!
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You are clearly not the man (and I use that term loosely) for this position on this board.

You'll note that I never once used the abrasive tone that you are using.
To be fair, you didn't maybe intend to use an abrasive tone. Actual results varied, though. I've been making a concerted effort to practice a little zen ever since I overreacted a couple of times back in Jan or so. But my first response (which I cancelled) was less, um, calm. (No, this isn't doctor's orders, people. I'm just trying to get over my usenet training).


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Well after reading last nights posts I can now say the season must be winding down for a lot of people There is always hostility when seasons are winding down.

Snowolf: That sucks you paid to ride crap conditions, maybe it will change and become epic. I guess you are unable to do the north face with the sick chutes?
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Can't be on it 100 percent of the time. But all that means is that its time to hit the bar!
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