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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2730 on: May 08, 2012, 06:27:23 AM »
Stoked: Went to a backyard punk show which only cost $3 on Cinco De Mayo
Not Stoked: Broke my middle finger moshing

i know they say HR coined the term but that shit makes me think of pearl jam or sound garden.


Stoked: have to present my writing portfolio and read excerpts from the collection I'm working on. After this, I've got to complete a summer class and I'll have finally finished undergraduate school with a degree.

Not Stoked: I don't know what to do now that school is done and I missed the ship on graduate studies for the fall. I don't know if i've got enough discipline to maintain independent research either.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2731 on: May 08, 2012, 07:47:19 AM »
Stoked: Being in a Slap enviroment.

Not Stoked: Forgot to pick my daughter up from school.
We were on a break

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2732 on: May 08, 2012, 03:05:52 PM »
Just had the best nap ever... After avoiding studying all day in favor of lurking Slap and eating food.  Honestly, what is wrong with me that I'd rather read Curren Caples interviews over something that will benefit my life.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2733 on: May 08, 2012, 05:39:48 PM »
Just got home from a little backpacking trip. Did 23 miles in two days, had great weather, and camped at a rad spot in the woods.

I have a blister on my left foot about the size of my thumb.
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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2734 on: May 09, 2012, 01:01:15 AM »
Stoked: Being in a Slap enviroment.

Not Stoked: Forgot to pick my daughter up from school.
I fucking mclove you man

a guy from school had his girlfriend leave him for another girl, we all gave him a lot of shit about it. does this still bother you/affect future relationships with the opposite sex? it certainly did in his case

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2735 on: May 09, 2012, 03:16:50 PM »
Heinz potato chips

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2736 on: May 11, 2012, 03:52:34 PM »
Got punched in my face by a good friend and I feel we got closer after it.
I feel you, hope you punched him back and all is good.  This might be relevant:
http://takimag.com/article/never_trust_anyone_who_hasnt_been_punched_in_the_face/print#axzz1uG3lPFXd



stoked: bought a whole bunch of sex toys to stick in girlfriend's ass. 

not stoked: realised I spent enough money to cover new skate shoes, and that nieratko has been using celery sticks and carrots on chicks at no charge like 5ever


I suppose it's an investment in the relationship, and if it all goes pear shaped I can always go fuck myself.



Fuck... the people in the comments suck so bad. The whole article seems designed to be an ego booster for the worst kind of dudes.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2737 on: May 11, 2012, 07:25:22 PM »
had anal sex with my girlfriend today for the first time...it was...interesting..

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2738 on: May 12, 2012, 01:06:11 PM »
had anal sex with my girlfriend today for the first time...it was...interesting..


I'm just gonna take "interesting" as you getting poop on your wiener.



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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2739 on: May 12, 2012, 06:20:24 PM »
im so sorry man, that shit must of hurt you asshole so bad.
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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2740 on: May 12, 2012, 09:08:57 PM »
Got my Dickies in the mail today after a weeklong anticipation

They turned out to be too big and now I got to send them back for a smaller size (34X34 to 32X32), but it'll only cost $5 more because Amazon is rad.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2741 on: May 13, 2012, 04:28:22 AM »
Got punched in my face by a good friend and I feel we got closer after it.
I feel you, hope you punched him back and all is good.  This might be relevant:
http://takimag.com/article/never_trust_anyone_who_hasnt_been_punched_in_the_face/print#axzz1uG3lPFXd



stoked: bought a whole bunch of sex toys to stick in girlfriend's ass. 

not stoked: realised I spent enough money to cover new skate shoes, and that nieratko has been using celery sticks and carrots on chicks at no charge like 5ever


I suppose it's an investment in the relationship, and if it all goes pear shaped I can always go fuck myself.



Fuck... the people in the comments suck so bad. The whole article seems designed to be an ego booster for the worst kind of dudes.
it caters to a very...different...section of the general population.  still, they have some interesting articles from time to time, and gavin mcinnes is funny.


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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2742 on: May 13, 2012, 11:57:01 AM »

it caters to a very...different...section of the general population.  still, they have some interesting articles from time to time, and gavin mcinnes is funny.



I mean, as humor I could appreciate it. Also after only reading the comments for a little bit I already found the big boss man of the comments who is a fucking whacko. Introducing the Misanthropologist! His comments are so ridiculously long and self masturbatory it's great.

The Misanthropologist, I was. I am. I shall become. I shall labour to rule the intellectual discourse by exploiting every weakness to maximum efficacy.


"Excellent article, but it is afflicted with over-simplification.  Even concepts of fighting in today's world have been compromised.  Many people now think that training and competing in mixed martial arts is actual fighting, when in reality, it differs little from other sports in its applicability to real situations.  In sports like mma, there are rules.  In real fights, anything goes.  There are no hugs normally following a fight.  There are post-"fight" hugs exchanged in mma.  This convoluted alteration of the natural world order confuses people, and serves to distort their perceptions of reality even further.

Last February I was attending a party, and in typically inebriated Finnish tradition, a young man approached me and requested we "fight".  When I responded that I had no desire to quarrel, as I had never even heard a word from the dude before, he informed me that it was a kind of informal Finnish tradition.  He then said, "You just look like a big, strong guy, and I want to fight you in front of this girl."  I then told him the obvious size and strength advantage I had, and he said he would win because of his jiu-jitsu skills.  Well, being the competitive lad I am, I agreed to this proposed "fight."  What happened?  The Finn tried to take me down, but I just grabbed his head while he was in the process.  Using my strength, I forced my right arm around his neck, squeezing as hard as I could, and leaning backward.  The next thing I knew, his feet were off the ground.  Once that happened, this "fighter" began tapping on my left arm, obviously panicking.  When I released the hold, his face was a plum, or at least that purple!  After he regained his ability to breathe normally, he was immediately crying in his girlfriend's arms, so I came over and apologised for my brutality.

Approximately 30 minutes later, the Finnish jiu-jitsu master said, "You have to give me a rematch!"  The demand seemed unreasonable to me, being as I had just nearly taken his life inadvertently.  What right did this guy have to demand anything from me? Still, he kept demanding it, and I kept refusing.  The next thing I knew, when I turned my back to this girly man, the back of my head was buffeted by a wine bottle.  I retaliated by drubbing him with a stool, and he soon lost his urge to fight, possibly some teeth, and hopefully a lot of self-respect.

The point of the preceding tale is, people have lost all awareness of their places in the natural hierarchy, which corresponds directly to Locklin's thesis. What can change this woeful development in Western civilisation? A re-acquainting with reality, which will likely only come through sacrifice and hardship. It will not be pleasant for anyone, but genuine suffering is required to eradicate the Western world of all of this anti-natural thought and behaviour, which seeks to destroy nature by merely denying it. The denial of nature is the pestilence, but that plague also has distinct symptoms which must be remedied if culture is to survive."

He then goes on and gets in a flame war with another poster each firing back 5-7 paragraph long diatribes about how manly they are.



 

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2743 on: May 13, 2012, 03:24:00 PM »
Everything on that site seems to be directed towards this particular cohort of self-important, faux intellectual, libertarian college kids. There's just something about the smug, hetero-normativeness of every article that makes the few good points they make seem less credible.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2744 on: May 13, 2012, 05:51:18 PM »
Got punched in my face by a good friend and I feel we got closer after it.
I feel you, hope you punched him back and all is good.  This might be relevant:
http://takimag.com/article/never_trust_anyone_who_hasnt_been_punched_in_the_face/print#axzz1uG3lPFXd



stoked: bought a whole bunch of sex toys to stick in girlfriend's ass. 

not stoked: realised I spent enough money to cover new skate shoes, and that nieratko has been using celery sticks and carrots on chicks at no charge like 5ever


I suppose it's an investment in the relationship, and if it all goes pear shaped I can always go fuck myself.



Fuck... the people in the comments suck so bad. The whole article seems designed to be an ego booster for the worst kind of dudes.
it caters to a very...different...section of the general population.  still, they have some interesting articles from time to time, and gavin mcinnes is funny.


This armor plating is going to get a little more diesel.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2745 on: May 13, 2012, 06:34:06 PM »
Was captured on film doing a couple tricks over a small planter gap.

Tried another trick on it like 50 times in a row and ended up breaking my board.


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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2746 on: May 14, 2012, 09:42:14 AM »
woke up with the worst knot in my left shoulder. havent really done anything physical in a few days, so i dont know how it happened. luckily i have a voucher for a shiatsu massage i got for christmas. seems like a good excuse to leave work a little early

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2747 on: May 14, 2012, 02:08:20 PM »
Got accepted to usc today.....but the ledges aren't skateable anymore.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2748 on: May 16, 2012, 01:55:58 AM »
good to know i win, but what the heck is this...
i likes skooterboarding.. be lets friends :)

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2749 on: May 16, 2012, 07:10:11 AM »
The hill in my neighborhood just got repaved and it's super fast.  I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.  It ended badly.

Finally felt good enough to go have an early morning session and rolled the fuck out of my shitty ankle five minutes in.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2750 on: May 16, 2012, 10:54:50 AM »
I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.  It ended badly.


hahahahah woww. props

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2751 on: May 16, 2012, 11:16:49 AM »
I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.  It ended badly.


hahahahah woww. props

Y'know, it's just one of those things where 2-3 drinks gives you the confidence and stupidity to try it.  I thought I was going slow enough to pull it, yet fast enough to really launch myself.  I was wrong on all counts.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2752 on: May 16, 2012, 12:22:44 PM »
I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.  It ended badly.


hahahahah woww. props

Y'know, it's just one of those things where 2-3 drinks gives you the confidence and stupidity to try it.  I thought I was going slow enough to pull it, yet fast enough to really launch myself.  I was wrong on all counts.

damn were you able to get it back under you?

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2753 on: May 16, 2012, 12:42:59 PM »
I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.  It ended badly.


hahahahah woww. props

Y'know, it's just one of those things where 2-3 drinks gives you the confidence and stupidity to try it.  I thought I was going slow enough to pull it, yet fast enough to really launch myself.  I was wrong on all counts.

damn were you able to get it back under you?

Oh, no way in hell would I have tried a 180 no comply in a hill bomb!  I was just trying for a straight one.  And no, I basically stepped off and slammed.  I don't think it even popped.

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2754 on: May 16, 2012, 03:18:18 PM »
I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.?  It ended badly.


hahahahah woww. props

Y'know, it's just one of those things where 2-3 drinks gives you the confidence and stupidity to try it.?  I thought I was going slow enough to pull it, yet fast enough to really launch myself.?  I was wrong on all counts.

damn were you able to get it back under you?

Oh, no way in hell would I have tried a 180 no comply in a hill bomb!?  I was just trying for a straight one.?  And no, I basically stepped off and slammed.?  I don't think it even popped.

Maybe your board thought you were trying to push mongo and decided to punish you for it?

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2755 on: May 16, 2012, 08:08:43 PM »
I skated to the bar the other night and tried to no comply in a hill bomb after a few drinks.  It ended badly.


hahahahah woww. props

Y'know, it's just one of those things where 2-3 drinks gives you the confidence and stupidity to try it.  I thought I was going slow enough to pull it, yet fast enough to really launch myself.  I was wrong on all counts.

damn were you able to get it back under you?

Oh, no way in hell would I have tried a 180 no comply in a hill bomb!  I was just trying for a straight one.  And no, I basically stepped off and slammed.  I don't think it even popped.

haha thats what i figured. i was just wondering if you were able to get your feet back on.  you are courageous sir!

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2756 on: May 17, 2012, 05:37:22 AM »
Oh, I should say that there was this old dude watering his plants when it happened (it was still daylight) and he was laughing his ass off.  I got up and said, "Hahaha, man you saw that shit?!  What was I thinking!?"

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2757 on: May 18, 2012, 03:18:43 AM »
I lost a full pack of cigs and my grinder last week,

Found the cigs today

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2758 on: May 18, 2012, 10:36:04 PM »
My body hurts from skating all day and slamming. Best worst feeling ever

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Re: Things You Are Stoked On But Not Stoked On
« Reply #2759 on: May 18, 2012, 11:38:00 PM »
long distance relationships.  chick is rad, but the situation is not.  swore i'd never get into one of these again, yet here i am...