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Old 04-16-2007   #1
 
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Colorado or California?

Is Mountain Buzz based out of Colorado or California? It's hard to tell because all of the people seem to have a thorough geographic knowledge of Colorado, suggesting that they mostly live in CO. However, there seems to be more drama in this forum than an entire season of the OC. It's like being back in high school all over again. Fun stuff, provides great entertainment. Eric Link should ditch the idea for a kayak reality show. The drama on the Buzz would get a lot better ratings than Tao huckin' waterfalls with dialog of fear vs adrenaline in the background. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that the topics on the Buzz aren't worth note, or even a discussion; but can't we do so in a mature fashion without bashing on others all of the time? And I'm not bashing the volume of posts either; everyone is entitled to their opinion and to voice it (this is America). It just seems to me that if every now and then we all stopped and looked at a post/situation objectively for a minute, we could take a little bit of the unnecessary heat off of the responses. Just a thought.

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IF you don't like it then don't read it choad boy. Here's a good link for you,
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IF you don't like it then don't read it choad boy. Here's a good link for you,
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"Choad Boy" hahahahahaha I LOVE it! Classic I'm using that sometime.
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Old 04-17-2007   #4
 
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While we're on the subject, what is the concensus on the meaning of the word "choad"?

I had always thought of a "choad" as a penis that is nearly equal in dimensions of length and girth. Aka "bologna package".

Others, however, view the "choad" as synonymous with "taint" or "grundle", terms used to denote the perineum or that expanse of flesh between the anus and scrotum.

Discuss.
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choad...

looks like BSOE was pretty much right on:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Choad
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I think he might have cheated a little on that one.
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BSOE, I've also heard it described as the entire meat-and-potatoes package, but I think the length/girth disproportionate penis is the most "accurate"
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you bologna packing choads

you are all bologna packing choads!
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Livin' a lie.

Nah, its just that everyone in CO wishes they lived in CA and had access to the largest concentration of high quality whitewater anywhere in the world. It's understandable that there's so much angst among CO boaters, knowing that they consistently paddle second rate water, dragging their knuckles over bony, trashy, piton-fest, half rate excuses for creeks. It wouldn't be so bad if CO boaters stayed in CO and didn't venture out to CA, but once they've tasted any one of dozens of classic Cali runs, they realize what they've been missing, and there's no turning back. So keep running the Cali Section and telling yourself you have the goods. Meanwhile we'll be livin the dream.
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CALIFORNIA HYPE? come to wyoming where the men are men and the sheep are scared, thats right boys come check out some of our virtually unrun creeks, first descents=forget the classics these are better, like a john wayne movie but on steroids
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