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Old 05-29-2008   #41
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petard, humans have something called hands. I'm positive you have a set aswell. instead of using them for spanking it while on the internet. use them for doing you own dirty work.

mut is part of the trip and will not have any fun unless somebody else wipes his ass and cleans his dishs.

im throwing turkey gizzards at both of you.

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Old 05-29-2008   #42
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This has been a great week on the buzz.....My vocabulary enriched with terms like ...."whistle bitch".... "flatter than a lady acrobat"...."turd cutter" ....."turkey gizzards"....and now, "ass hampster." Am in agreement with Ihowemt....some of these more humorous threads need to be archived in the buzz's comedy vaults alongside Yakkergirl's near death experience, Max's rants, & guns at the take-out.

On the other hand....Mr. Mut's outrage & comments caused me to pause and consider the harm we could be causing our fellow buzzards and so I consulted Could some of us be guilty of cyberbullying?

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Old 05-29-2008   #43
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Wow- looks like a bunch of Buzzards got the taste of blood with the Withdrawn, and this guy (albeit a bit lazy) throws a spot of a Grand trip out there for somebody that maybe doesn't have $1400, but is jonzing to see the Canyon for free. Kinda funny, but shouldn't you be paddling? Not sure I see why it matters, other than the reasons RichP mentioned; which are legit. Busting Mut's balls are a little overboard, IMO. Not sure why anyone cares....

But have at it, you jackals- I guess we all gotta entertain ourselves.

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Old 05-29-2008   #44
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I think it was the non-smoking light drinking comment that did him in. A couple of safety meetings and about 6-12 beers per day combined with the modest cooking and cleaning work would be a great deal. Asking a bunch of boaters to quit all of their bad habits cold-turkey, especially on a river trip, is damn near impossible. After all, the Dr. should know that these are life long drinking and smoking habits that we learned in our early youth.
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Old 05-29-2008   #45
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Good call Cutch, but how bout this angle if the Doctor was willing:

Rehab on the Grand, that is paid for and you get to do menial hard labor. I hear they make you do that anyway in all the places in Malibu the stars go to.............the Grand is the place to kick the habits. Saving a bunch of money not going to Betty Ford
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Old 05-29-2008   #46
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Dingle Berry,
Nope not on the trip. If most buzzards are trying to say they would rather no be on his trip, why don't they say just that. His post didn't ask for all the "I am so cool because I can slam you on the internet" hecklers to post how they could never go on a trip where they were asked to work.

Sorry to harsh on your little bashing session. Why don't you say hi to the guy in yellow ZG with a bent shaft werner with red blades and lets see where that dead ass-hamster ends up.

From what I hear, the only use for you is to wipe my ass. Careful, its a little sore after killing an ass hamster. Why don't you go find some more class V++++ gnar. While you at it stop hyper ventilating on that weed and teach your fat friend in the wetsuit to paddle.

I agree, the post was over the top. My point is that the buzz has turned into a place where if you say the wrong thing, everyone jumps your shit. Personally I can take it, but is that the "community" we want. I would be a poor candidate for the cook position because of my various vices, but someone on here could be stoke to not pay the $1400 buck to get in the grand.

El Flaco,
Maybe this is why they call it the BUZZard.

I think I have throw insults at the right folks, but if I missed you... next time. I made my point and am out. Flame away, just be sure not to hide behind some user name. Be sure you'd say it to my face.

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Old 05-29-2008   #47
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Ya'll just slay me! I thought the "Griff almost killed me" thread was as good as it gets, but was I wrong.
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Old 05-29-2008   #48
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And ADMIN, if you decide to edit this post, pull the dick out of your mouth so I can understand your weak justification.
This thread = funny as shit.

You should sign up. Make sure you wax your back before you go. They'll expect shows by the campfire every night.

Love, the Admin....
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Old 05-29-2008   #49
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this har is me can i go?

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Old 05-29-2008   #50
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Legality aside,

Who F@#cking cares if this guy wants to have a cook on the trip. I've been on plenty of trips with friends where we share the cook and clean duties and some of the meals sucked. Some poeple suck at cooking. Some people would rather go on side hikes and throw horseshoes than cook.

I even have a few chef freinds who enjoy cooking and would be happy to do cook every meal on a trip.

As for dishes, unless you are a total a$$ hole, nobody is going to refuse to offer any help.

The guys post did not ask for a slave, it asked for a cook/dishwasher.

In my opinion, every one of you who is giving him a hard time is a TOOL.

Anyone who copies this post to the NPS should get kicked in the groin.

If your not interested, don't reply.

And ADMIN, if you decide to edit this post, pull the dick out of your mouth so I can understand your weak justification.
I take it you're on the trip
Jesus christ, this thread is funnier than all of season 8 of South Park. I nearly choked on my whistle.

"self-aggrandizing jackass" - it says it right on the label
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