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Old 01-15-2005, 08:54 AM
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Starting Wednesday of this week myself, OSO member Chuck, and about 20 other guys are heading to Canada for what is my second snowmobile trip up there for the season. Riding is phenominal and the table top ballet even better! However, herein lies the BIG FAT PROBLEM! You see, there is an infamous LANDWALRUS scheduled to be joining us on this trip. We never had the opportunity to ride sleds together last winter, but all I have heard for a year is what a "RIDER" he is and how he can ride 200+ miles each day and when I was up there last weekend with him and 2 other guys, we rode 115 miles the first day because his knuckle head friend decided to have an up close and personal visit with an Arctic Cat coming the other way. Fortunately, no one was hurt but the Arctic Cat was severely damaged and by the time all was cleared up we ha da very late start. They spent all night at the GAY bar and come 8:30 the following morning they were in no shape to ride. All I heard was how sore they were etc etc etc. So, the bottom line here is, the Landwalrus can EAT and DRINK no other, and he can surely TALK a BIG GAME, but I have seen both inthe summer AND the winter that in REALITY that is about ALL he can do! Oh, he CAN HECKLE and BANTER worse than anyone I know, subsequently causing more rutkus than any country should ever endure!

What do I do? Take him to the animal park? Call the game warden and have him captured and request copious studies be conducted?
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Theres no doubt that he can talk a good game!!!!
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Shoot him and make "game" instead of talking "game" with him.
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Shoot him and make "game" instead of talking "game" with him.
Yeah, what GLH said
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Shane, rule number 1 when snowmobiling...when introducing someone that can talk the talk to the group, you start out with a half day ride to see if they can really walk the walk. There's nothing worse than spending your day with somebody that needs breaks every 15 miles and spends 2 hours eating. In reality, there are a lot of people out there that can run like a bat outa [email protected] for 7 miles to the next bar. The proof comes when you actually EXPECT them to ride.

REAL snowmobiling is not for the weak....they have to pass the test prior to be a true long term member of the group.

It's facts. Anybody that wants to argue with me....I'll see right through you....you're a pansy a$$ rider trying to justify yourself.
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Give him a 2 seater Polaris and a case of Yodels.
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Constantly feed him and you will have a cooperative Asswalrus.And stay away from the f**king trees.
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What do I do? Take him to the animal park? Call the game warden and have him captured and request copious studies be conducted?

tag him an release him into the wild . . . than run the other way
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Shane, rule number 1 when snowmobiling...when introducing someone that can talk the talk to the group, you start out with a half day ride to see if they can really walk the walk. There's nothing worse than spending your day with somebody that needs breaks every 15 miles and spends 2 hours eating. In reality, there are a lot of people out there that can run like a bat outa [email protected] for 7 miles to the next bar. The proof comes when you actually EXPECT them to ride.

REAL snowmobiling is not for the weak....they have to pass the test prior to be a true long term member of the group.

It's facts. Anybody that wants to argue with me....I'll see right through you....you're a pansy a$$ rider trying to justify yourself.
first off, shane said he was going to do this because I wanted to leave a day early to take care of some business, and my buddy was being a *****. I am not the slow one and I don't need breaks at allI will ride like the wind all day and am capable of 400 miles in a day, but I also like to have fun to, I am not just there to ride. shane should atleast tell you that there is nothing slow about the way I ride. any of you talking smack I challange you to keep up with me for a day!
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yep, its me riding like a woooose
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