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Old 08-29-2007   #1
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Good Ol Fashion Shit Talking

If that doesn't work go to and clic on LVM TV. Some funny shit talking going on there. We need to come up with a list of what sucks about the other regions so that when it come our turn we have a pile of shit to talk to these bastards.

On a lighter note, Leif's mom and I are expecting our first little one this fall so I'll keep you posted.

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Old 08-29-2007   #2
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regional styles

Nice -

as someone who hasn't got out of our area much at all, i'm way into checking out these regional differences and will keep my eye out for the states series.

this reminds me of a book i've read for climbers, called "American Rock" - an awsome read, if you've traveled much. basically, it detailed each climbing hub, and the history/type of climbing in each area. the premise of the book (as i saw it) was that the regional type of rock had a fundamental influence into the local style/ethics that developed in each area. i wonder if any kind of book exists for kayaking, or even if the question is relavant for kayaking?

have different regions brought about different styles? ethics? maybe the first question is "are there different styles/ethics" then, if the answear is yes, you could ask if they are regional differences.

are there more ways to climb a rock than descend a river?

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Old 08-29-2007   #3
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great porn to go with my morning java and dam funny. paddling with rich grommits with cameras on their heads, man thats funny. thanks
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Old 08-29-2007   #4
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Poop talkin

There is no need for any shit talkin. All you have to do is look at the state that produced the best guide book (out of any guide book ever made on any subject) and you will learn the state with the most goods. I just wish LVM would have shown some Colorado love and found a better looking guy to interview. I mean come on he looks like the offspring frpom LOTSA and lifes mom...
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Old 08-29-2007   #5
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Yah, the Cali guide is definitely the best. Much props to Holbeck and Stanley
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Old 08-29-2007   #6
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lol, nice try
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Everyone knows the Cali guide is worthless because there aren't any pictures. Remember, most paddlers don't know how to read (especially those home-schooled southeast inbreds). Them NW prep boys just pay someone to read to them as they sip their double macchiato chai's and the Calibrahs are just too stoned all the time to care. They just look at the pictures and go if it looks fun.

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Old 08-29-2007   #8
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i'm way into checking out these regional differences
Biggest difference between here any most other regions is other regions have water. I mean it. Water almost year around. We have tons of good shit but it only goes 3 month of the year (on a good year at that). Otherwise, the rest of the time its road trip to poach some goods from those stoners in california. Cali is sick.
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Old 08-30-2007   #9
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wyo is sick because of the amount of unrun whitewater.
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Old 08-30-2007   #10
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whoa, i almost missed this entertaining thread .. been busy kayaking.

you guys are hilarious though. 'specially you, pete. wish i had more time to think up snarky shit about how rad my home zone is .. but i gotta get my work done so i can enjoy yet another 3-day weekend of back-to-back waterfalls & splashy Ashlu goodness. you guys wouldn't like it here anyway .. too cold, too rainy, too much vegetation, too much water in the runs, etc. the holes are big here .. not fun.

BTW, nice "dig me!" fishing portrait in the creeking gallery -- guess that's what it's come to. then again, it IS mid-summer (read: season over) in Colo, after all. now you only have, what, 3 months til the blue ice forms a "run" at keystone & loveland, & then it's -- yaaaay! -- ski season for the next 7 months!


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