• mud's Avatar
    Yesterday, 03:47 PM
    Are they privileged or being taken advantage of by the system? The richest most productive system so far.
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    Yesterday, 02:39 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    That's Canada, this place is different, they prioritize wheeled travel over pedestrians.
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    Yesterday, 10:45 AM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    If I liked going slow I would be a telemarker.
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    Yesterday, 06:15 AM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    It’s almost like whoever created the English language doesn’t care words mean different things.
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    06-29-2022, 12:00 PM
    mud replied to a thread Electric car thread in The Padded Room
    Nobody messes with Enzo's engines.
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    06-29-2022, 11:43 AM
    The glaring weak spots in the hearings are the state level bureaucrats that certify the results. I think that is where the next breach in democracy...
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    06-29-2022, 11:26 AM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    ebikes are too slow. I like the legal grey area of escooters plus they go faster.
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    06-29-2022, 08:37 AM
    1860. German immigrant sells first hot dog from a food cart in NYC.
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    06-27-2022, 07:19 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    Beep beep motherfucker.
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    06-27-2022, 05:50 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    It really is a special place where stupidly and reckless is just part of living here. ...
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    06-27-2022, 05:36 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    Iím in Gulf Breeze so itís pretty open and suburban. Iím not riding down sidewalks with kids around, itís more of a multi use path.
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    06-27-2022, 05:16 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    I’m in FL, they cheer on this type of behavior.
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    06-27-2022, 05:06 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    Nobody gives you grief riding these on the sidewalk if you want to take it slow. Personally I like zipping around at 30mph+.
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    06-27-2022, 05:05 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    Wear a backpack, probably not going to be riding totally shitfaced, Iíve done that with bikes and skateboards, usually ends with a crash.
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    06-27-2022, 03:48 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    I looked at ebike's for the past couple of months and they are limited to class 2, around 750 watts which gets you up to 28mph with pedal power. I...
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    06-27-2022, 01:44 PM
    mud replied to a thread Scooters? in The Padded Room
    Those old scooters look good but I think something from this century is better, escooters have come a long way.
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  1. You were right I got king crow mixed up with Shred Kelly ... I am gona blame it on the sobriety, but it was a shit kicking good time with a sellout crowd many from PR & terrace apparently

    so you kacked yer leg which means no shussboomer?

    Everything is hammered here, hows shames holding up should I try and convince Jay &/or lotahr to do a road trip down
    west ?

    al
  2. resending the resend I suck at driving computers

    Doug had a sprained ankle so Jay asked Pat, I don't think you knew Pat Demarias,
    a really good guy who had worked with Jay up in NWT, Pat always had his shit together
    a great carpenter he could build you anything and actualy he told me once he wasn't
    really crazy about going out living in camps

    Jay asked Pat and he went but if he had been busy Jay probably would have asked me
    and I would have gone for sure

    Lothar seen Jay 2nite sez he seems OK , Jay also was talking to my GF tonite she sez he seems OK
    but he's not looking forward to facing Pats wife Phillipa and Jay realizes he is still gona face some
    delayed stress shit or SFT

    they were up on the seabridge KSM project locating drill holes, they had crossed a wind loaded gulley
    and were crossing back when it let go, Jay managed to swim out but Pat was swept over a cliff and died instantly

    Thats about all I can tell you,al
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    Heyy you mentioned that you have some friends who took the Adventure Guide Program at Thompson Rivers. One of my main questions is how hard is it to get accepted into the program. Like what experiences or certs did they have before they applied. The Coordinator said like 150 apply and they only take 30. What kind of jobs did the others end up in that didn't become guides. And how much does this course go into the buisness side of the ski industry? sorry for so many questions Im just planning next next year. Thanks alot!!!!
  4. whoops, didn't think there could be 2 fat mikes in calgary who ski. my bad.
    fyi burnie is a back-country chalet halfway between terrace and smithers bc. heli-access.
    cheers, gary.
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    WTF is the Burnie?? Sure you got the right guy??
  6. View Conversation
    Thanks, better late than never, as they say. I got a pair of the regular Goode 95s and have been enjoying them, but would like to go a little longer and wider, so I thought the 106s whould be perfect, but there do not seem to be too many people skiing them. I'm a big guy (215 lbs.), and I'm trying to figure out if the BCs would be too soft. It took me a little while to get used to them, but I am really starting to like the flex on mine. I have had mine on everything from boilderplate to 20" of light new, and they have handled it all with no problems.
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    Thought this might be easier. Do you have the regular or BC 106s, and what do you think of them?
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