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Old 03-23-2013, 05:43 PM   #11 (permalink)
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holy fuckshit maybe Jetfalcon does snowboard!!

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Old 03-23-2013, 05:51 PM   #12 (permalink)
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OK, will some moderator step in and ban this fuckwit already before he kills someone with a deliberately dangerous advice?
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Old 03-23-2013, 05:56 PM   #13 (permalink)
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hahahhhh, this thread....seriously, if you need to ask you are not ready, work your way up, screw impressing these other guys, wtf indeed
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:14 PM   #14 (permalink)
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OK, will some moderator step in and ban this fuckwit already before he kills someone with a deliberately dangerous advice?
Who exactly? I've just reviewed every post, and other than some disagreement about whether it's better to knuckle or overshoot, I haven't seen anything that leaps out at me.

For the record, on a 15-footer I'd rather knuckle than overshoot. On a 40-footer, I'd rather watch.

OP, unless this jump is built stupider than [insert metaphor here] you're not likely to get into big trouble unless you hit it at mach 5 or land on your head. The average 15-footer delivers as much vertical fall as getting air off a mogul, unless you slam into something.
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Who exactly? I've just reviewed every post, and other than some disagreement about whether it's better to knuckle or overshoot, I haven't seen anything that leaps out at me.

For the record, on a 15-footer I'd rather knuckle than overshoot. On a 40-footer, I'd rather watch.

OP, unless this jump is built stupider than [insert metaphor here] you're not likely to get into big trouble unless you hit it at mach 5 or land on your head. The average 15-footer delivers as much vertical fall as getting air off a mogul, unless you slam into something.
I'd say advising a first year rider to hit a 15 footer with a lot of speed is an obvious trolling. I don't see anything in that suggestion to constitute even an attempt at real help, however misguided it may be. Just a troll trying to amuse himself.
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Old 03-23-2013, 08:30 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Im actually wondering if the OP is trolling us with this.....friends who have 3-4 years experience wont hit it but he thinks he can on his 1st year. C'mon son.


Edit: also curious wtf this jump even looks like.....if its real

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Old 03-23-2013, 08:58 PM   #17 (permalink)
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I'd say advising a first year rider to hit a 15 footer with a lot of speed is an obvious trolling. I don't see anything in that suggestion to constitute even an attempt at real help, however misguided it may be. Just a troll trying to amuse himself.

Agreed, its not just trolling its going to get another rider injured. How many times have we seen from the lift a new rider hitting a jump too fast and doing the out of control half backflip. We shouldn't be giving new riders advice to just huck.
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Old 03-23-2013, 09:03 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Im actually wondering if the OP is trolling us with this.....friends who have 3-4 years experience wont hit it but he thinks he can on his 1st year. C'mon son.

OP hasn't showed back up. Drive-by troll?
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Agreed, its not just trolling its going to get another rider injured. How many times have we seen from the lift a new rider hitting a jump too fast and doing the out of control half backflip. We shouldn't be giving new riders advice to just huck.
I see the exact opposite. People always go to slow the first time. Hell even I do when trying new shit. Witnessed a kid go way to slow at a 30 ft. booter and nollie coming off the lip and caught his nose and got completely horizontal and landed on his shoulder just before the knuckle. Definitely did something to it.
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OP hasn't showed back up. Drive-by troll?
Never said he was a GOOD troll....
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