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post #41 of 65 (permalink) Old 07-25-2012, 07:50 AM
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nice upload,

I have a few DVDs with Aoki Rei, generally very good.
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I am sorry, but that comment rubs me the wrong way. I might be a bit sensitive having spent half my life in Asia (including Japan), but it just strikes me as racial stereotyping.
You definately took it the wrong way and thanks for the backup dreampow. If racial stereotyping is saying japan has smoking hot women who stay young looking decades longer than women in other countries then lock me up and throw away the key.
I have seen it with my own 2 eyes, therefore I feel I have the right to make this comment, you have the right to dismiss it as rubbish if you like but please dont get up on your high horse about it.
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@dreampow: I agree, I have the 008 NEW WORLD dvd (I think that's the name). As far as riding techniques go, their techniques are not CASI or AASI "correct". Nevertheless, they make turning and ground tricks look good. Rama, Aoki Rei, and Hiro are 3 of my favorite riders on their team.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aE4UK...eature=g-all-u

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2012_kazunori hirama_from potentialfilm - YouTube

I seriously have no idea how to embed


You just put the actual video id between the attributes, not all the URL decorations.


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This thread is awesome. I looked through and read/watched everything from start to finish.

Makes me realize I need a season pass somewhere, and preferably to live somewhere closer resembling a mountain than a hill. Closest place is about 4 hours to meh, or 6 to somewhere more spread out and fun.
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This thread is awesome. I looked through and read/watched everything from start to finish.

Makes me realize I need a season pass somewhere, and preferably to live somewhere closer resembling a mountain than a hill. Closest place is about 4 hours to meh, or 6 to somewhere more spread out and fun.
Glad these videos got you stoked!
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could somebody translate what the guy said ?
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Thats a big ask for a newb with one post.

I would but its 10 mins long and pretty complex about the ins and outs of carving and weighting up the board un weighting etc.

In general I like the style of these Japanese riders a lot even though they don't follow ASS i it looks great and is functional.

They ride really loose and fluid while being in control.
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