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  1. Photography, reading, cooking, playing ukulele (not well, admittedly), starting my small business, mind surfing

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    Tons of extra stuff to do. When I lived in Jerz, I rode downhill bikes and snowboards.

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    I'm also trying to make a surfboard out of aluminum this year. Anyone ever heard of this being done?

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    let us know. i'm curious cause it seems to work well in canoes. also, a sup?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by wb surfer View Post
    What do you guys enjoy doing when you're not in the water?
    Masturbate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddy trailerpark View Post
    I'm also trying to make a surfboard out of aluminum this year. Anyone ever heard of this being done?

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    let us know. i'm curious cause it seems to work well in canoes. also, a sup?????
    idk it could be a good idea,but it could also be dangerous.aluminum is light so youd glide very fast,but if u get hit by one,id imagine it could get bloody.most boats are made of aluminium so it should work well in water

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    Yet another amazing Cepriano tale. Somehow he manages to combine eviction, snowboard vandalism, and Ellios, not to mention a kind-hearted moment of charity with a racist comment on top. This man truly deserved some sort of nomination in the SI circle-jerk.

    Cep, don't bother with Mountain Creek unless you drive there. Save up, wait for a flat spell, and head to the Poconos at least; can't be too far from you. If you have extra money/time, anything in the Adirondacks or Vermont will be even better. If you get yourself to Camelback, look up Woody's Country House, and get yourself some of the best goddamn wings in the nation.

    So, yeah. Stuff to do. I try to continuously:

    -Eat stupid amounts of Chicken Wings, once a week, at a minimum.
    -Write & Play music.
    -Find new music. It keeps you young, feeds the stoke.
    -Draw & Paint (I've been slacking hard on this one)
    -Read; Orwell, Skate/Surf mags, some zombie bullsh*t ... you really can't go wrong with reading. Especially Orwell. He is the original motherf*ckin hater by the way; king of the haters for all eternity.
    -Skate (I had also been slacking hard on this, but I've been doing pretty good lately. No, not a Carver.)
    -Chat up Rando's
    -Spew irreverent malevolence

    When I can find the time or inspiration, I'll travel or plan fantasy travels, write, work on some sort of DIY/improvement project, or do something sweet for the girlfriend (I've been slacking hard on this one too).
    dude, where do you skate in NYC when their's snow all over the ground? Its been killing me that its flat AND I cant skate.

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    ebideh ebideh

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    Quote Originally Posted by frontsidecrotchgrab View Post
    dude, where do you skate in NYC when their's snow all over the ground? Its been killing me that its flat AND I cant skate.
    Yeah... I'm considering taking up extreme sledding at this point. After mean mugging the rich kids in Central Park, I'll have the hills all to myself!! Just don't drop in above 110th st... If you think the Lunada Locals are bad, you'll be shocked by the attitudes on Amsterdam Ave.

    Under the BQE; at the intersection of Meeker & Lorimer/Union, there's some nice little DIY concrete stuff... bank to wall, pyramidesque setups, etc. It gets wet on big rains but has been relatively safe from the snowpocalypse...

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    ahhh. right. thanks for the tip!

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    Tae Kwon Do.