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  1. #76
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    Now there's some hip gnosis.
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    If everyone thinks you’re an asshole it’s probably time for some introspection


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    have you considered seeking the services of a life coach, buttflake? lisa seems like she aready knows you...







    fact.

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    How Much Risk Is Too Much Risk in Extreme Sports?

    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    If everyone thinks you’re an asshole it’s probably time for some introspection


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    Hey Candystriper, those bedpans aren’t gonna empty themselves, do some work, beater.
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    I’ve been threatened for years around here. My skin is thick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    Hey Candystripper, those bedpans aren’t gonna empty themselves, do some work, beater.
    Poor boy. Here’s a fact, I’ve never emptied a bedpan I’m not a nurse or even a CNA.

    I’m working, I should say I’m at work, slow day in the OR.


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    We need a new thread discussing how much internet banter is too much when the guy on the other end pretty clearly has some sort of spectrum disorder.

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    How Much Risk Is Too Much Risk in Extreme Sports?

    I’m on Comcast, never tried Spectrum, how is it?
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    What kind of loser still has cable?


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    I’ve just decided to be a middle aged somewhat depressed somewhat anxious fucktard until the end.

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    This is why we can't have nice things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MagnificentUnicorn View Post
    Poor boy. Here’s a fact, I’ve never emptied a bedpan I’m not a nurse or even a CNA.

    I’m working, I should say I’m at work, slow day in the OR.


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    I'd be preparing for a mass casualty event if I were you, if the last couple of pages are to be taken seriously.

    And buttah--if you're going to keep at it, at least try to be a little more original and a little funnier. A well crafted insult is a work of art.

    Anyway, we have to thank Buttah for enlivening what was an awfully tedious conversation.

    Getting back to the tedious conversation--men being what we are, death sports are preferrable to war. Generally only a life or two is risked at once, women and children, the elderly and the meek (like me) are spared, and there is much fun to be had in the process. PTSD is relatively rare.
    Last edited by old goat; 04-13-2024 at 10:26 PM.

  13. #88
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttahflake View Post
    I’ll tell you what you fucking pussy, if we ever cross paths I will put my fist down your throat
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    A 140 pound geriatric roadie threatening people? Funny Stuff

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    Since it is apparently important that we keep score, here is my play by play.

    Somebody I know died. Buttah need to say it didn't fit nice definition of an accident. I basically responded by telling him to shut the fuck up not because he was wrong but because it didn't think it was the right place. Its not just what you say but how and when you say it.

    Then I went skiing all day with friends morning the loss of three members of our community in less that a week. So yeah, laps. Next was a day of work. And ya'll are still doing it.

    Other than those that I've meet in person, I don't pass judgement on character. I just respond to posts. I have and will stick up for the mod mentality, including those that pile on Buttah.

    Life experience is that those that threaten physical violence tend to have no experience with it and are the first ones to pee their pants when it may get real. So perhaps reconsider. That goes for anyone that is escalating an internet disagreement.

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    If Foggy's post is TLDR for some I'll sum it all up with,

    Don't be a fucking pussy.
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    Good article.

    Taking chances is ok. Death is ok. Don't be a fucking pussy.
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    Death is OK?

    I dunno, maybe so but I will reserve judgement for a while yet. Go ahead and then report back.
    I have been in this State for 30 years and I am willing to admit that I am part of the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunion 2020 View Post
    Death is OK?

    I dunno, maybe so but I will reserve judgement for a while yet. Go ahead and then report back.
    Yes. It's ok. If someone accepts it being a risk in their activities there's nothing wrong with that. It's really no ones business. It's their life and their death.

    I'm a firm believer that none of us is as important as our egos like to have us believing we are. We all die and it's going to be just fine.
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    How Much Risk Is Too Much Risk in Extreme Sports?

    https://youtu.be/R-0Z9OAa2W8?si=xQSFreYrlXNM-8Zn

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    Fucking savage.


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    That’s a good read. He talks about the power of negative thinking in other things I have read. I use this myself. I don’t think “if” I think “when” that slope rips where am I going to wind up and in what shape. He also mentions wrecks, a better term then accident in many cases.
    All conditions, all terrain.
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    An acceptable level of risk is what you’re comfortable with IF you understand the consequences. I think a lot of folks don’t really understand the consequences until they’re older and have experienced the carnage. I’m comfortable with my mortality and have been very lucky but I want to string this adventure out as long as I’m able.


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    Attracted to danger but survived my youth.

    Managing risk becomes it own reward.
    All conditions, all terrain.
    Expect nothing, don’t be disappointed.
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    I have yet to see anyone in this thread talk about anyone other than themselves--no mention of partners, parents, children, friends, people you owe money to. Not that I'm surprised.

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    Quote Originally Posted by old goat View Post
    I have yet to see anyone in this thread talk about anyone other than themselves--no mention of partners, parents, children, friends, people you owe money to. Not that I'm surprised.
    Why would I talk about them here? Nobody knows them. They all know the risks involved in my recreational activities and participate. Life is dangerous and short.

    As far as people that I owe money to, that’s down to the bank for my mortgage that’ll be paid off soon but would be covered by life insurance if I were to pass before. I’m not sure what the intent of your post was, care to elaborate?


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