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  1. #301
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    Quote Originally Posted by PB View Post
    Everyone knows the sink is for pooping.
    Saw my first one in a supermarket in JP today in a handicap restroom. A standing toilet for #2. It also had a removable faucet for "washing."

    "Oh wow. That's a toilet for people that can't stand up after they sit down."

    I know I'm getting older because I knew why it existed. And it was actually a pretty impressive unit. Couldn't believe I'd never seen one before.

  2. #302
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    Iíve noticed my mornings can sometimes revolve around shitting. Leaving the house for any reason if I havenít had a real good #2 is now a difficult task to comprehend. Thankfully my pipes are pretty good so I can leave the house most days.

  3. #303
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    Shoveling snow or splitting wood by hand does not make you more pure

    it just hurts more
    I donít think Iím more pure splitting rounds by hand, I enjoy it more. Of course Iím relatively young at 55


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  4. #304
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    personly I enjoyed running the wood splitter more

    I always wonder if people bought into that add on TV for an investment firm where some old fart catches a trout, splits wood and sits in a rocker reading the newspaper in a rustic setting obviously very well off when his chauffeur comes in and sez " sir your new york call is ready "
    Lee Lau - xxx-er is the laziest Asian canuck I know

  5. #305
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    Watching a 2012 South Park where Stan buys a dying blockbuster rental.
    Ten years? Wow.
    They also spoofed the death of Redbox


    But I have a box of ski dvds!!

    I still put them on for stoke background fun.

    I also have classic movies I still rewatch. Damn.
    . . .

  6. #306
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    Have not purchased a new ski/board clothing kit in a decade plus while raising a kiddo. Iíve been fortunate enough to get decent used stuff from other mags here and itís been much appreciated when your hand me downs keep me warm and dry.

    Iím turning 50 this summer and Iím finally going to get a brand new Gortex kit that fits me properly. Iíll have it for a long time so Iím finally justifying this portion my fiscal mind. Thatís old shit right there.

  7. #307
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    Standing shitter

    Sounds like Biden.

    What is he? 137 years old?
    watch out for snakes

  8. #308
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    Have not purchased a new ski/board clothing kit in a decade plus while raising a kiddo. Iíve been fortunate enough to get decent used stuff from other mags here and itís been much appreciated when your hand me downs keep me warm and dry.

    Iím turning 50 this summer and Iím finally going to get a brand new Gortex kit that fits me properly. Iíll have it for a long time so Iím finally justifying this portion my fiscal mind. Thatís old shit right there.
    The real Iím old flex is to still wear your kit from when you were at your prime. Nothing says Iím old then the dude in the lift line dude still rocking his Schmidt Steep Tech one piece.

  9. #309
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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz View Post
    The real Iím old flex is to still wear your kit from when you were at your prime. Nothing says Iím old then the dude in the lift line dude still rocking his Schmidt Steep Tech one piece.
    Thatís not old, thatís ďretroĒÖ
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  10. #310
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    So, this summer some of the “kids” I work with (they’re all in their early twenties) invited me to a house warming party. One of my colleagues is wearing a Rolling Stones Steel Wheels tour t-shirt.
    I get all excited and before thinking blurt out “Holy shit, I was at the Oakland show in 1989, 10th row, Living Colour opened. We snuck in jugs of vodka and Sunny D.”
    Kid looks at me and says “it’s my Dad’s shirt. I wasn’t even born yet.”
    Upside is that they all enjoyed my story about how I almost got beat up by the guy in front of me and dropped the ball on hooking up with the hot woman in the next row.

    But to realize that the shirt the kid was wearing is older than him was a bit of a mindfuck…

    Also, at least the kid was wearing a legit, vintage shirt and not some Hot Topic reprint.
    "Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."

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  11. #311
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    i have been using a heating pad
    off your knees Louie

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    Quote Originally Posted by xyz View Post
    The real Iím old flex is to still wear your kit from when you were at your prime. Nothing says Iím old then the dude in the lift line dude still rocking his Schmidt Steep Tech one piece.
    Youíre also old when you donít give one fuck what anyone else thinks anymore and go rock that glorious one piece like George fucking Santos.

    Iíve lost all caring about what others think of me or what someone may think of what Iím wearing.
    Itís glorious and liberating.

  13. #313
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    I’ve lost all caring about what others think of me or what someone may think of what I’m wearing.
    It’s glorious and liberating.
    Yup.

  14. #314
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    Those air activated heat pads, lower back, can be a real life saver.
    watch out for snakes

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    When the lyrics ' stepped on a pop top..." remind you of your youth.

    Heard some Buffet this am and that hit me.

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    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    You see this on TV and yell "Oh, bloody fucking Hell!"

    The past is a foreign country; they do things differently there.

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    Eminem is 51.

  19. #319
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lvovsky View Post
    Eminem is 51.
    Which one is he? I really thought a couple of them were older than that..

    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    I memba when they banned red M&M's.

    I stand corrected: https://www.livescience.com/33017-wh...-a-decade.html
    Is it radix panax notoginseng? - splat
    This is like hanging yourself but the rope breaks. - DTM
    Dude Listen to mtm. He's a marriage counselor at burning man. - subtle plague

  21. #321
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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzzworthy View Post
    Youíre also old when you donít give one fuck what anyone else thinks anymore and go rock that glorious one piece like George fucking Santos.

    Iíve lost all caring about what others think of me or what someone may think of what Iím wearing.
    Itís glorious and liberating.
    Iím with you on not giving a fuck these days but dang I seem to have zero tolerance for sub standard gear/ bad fitting clothes etc. everything needs to be dialled. Not compromises. Itís an expensive attitude!

  22. #322
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    If I was happy with the gear ten years ago and it is still performing as well as it did then I'm likely to keep using it until it no longer performs at the level it is intended to. It makes me sad to see people sending perfectly good gear to the landfill so they can be seen rocking the late$t and fla$hie$t that is only slightly different (maybe a little better?) than what they had..

    Now, 40 year old straight skis and scratched up goggles, naw, I might rock that for a few runs for laughs but not all day hahaha..
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    Go that way really REALLY fast. If something gets in your way, TURN!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MontuckyFried View Post
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    Lol

  25. #325
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    Went to a mobility seminar last evening, mostly old fkrs.

    Time well spent.

    The stretches had instant results.
    watch out for snakes

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