If Only I was....

Discussion in 'General Conversation' started by Esox Hunter, Feb 5, 2008.

  1. Esox Hunter

    Esox Hunter New Member

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    .......this guy's age.............I STILL wouldn't be able to do this!!!!:eek:oooh::eek:oooh::eek:oooh:

    Damien Walters......(Flip Master)
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  2. baitchunker

    baitchunker New Member

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    what a show off...:cool2:
     

  3. metalman

    metalman Well-Known Member

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    Mike,
    Don't give it a second thought. I would never hire that guy; he goofs around too much...W
     
  4. lawnman61

    lawnman61 New Member

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    Believe it or not, I used to do most of that when I was a teenager. I was in martial arts for 13 years and was about that good. Now I'm lucky if I can jump a rope, I'm disabled for the most part now, lost my leg in a motorcycle accident 17 years ago and have bad back problems now.


    :big_smile:
     
  5. anchorpuller

    anchorpuller New Member

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    Al, you made me remember a guy I used to party with. His name was Mike. He was more fun than a keg of beer at a sorority party. We used to ride old rubber innertubes down the MayoDan River. The key was to make it to the bottom of the rapids with your beer still in your hand. Mike, too, had lost a leg in a motorcycle accident. His regular prosthesis was too expensive to mess up in the rapids, so he would wear his old wooden strap on job.
    One busy Saturday, we were tubing down the river, when Mike's leg came unstrapped. The prothesis went floating wildly down the river with Mike hollerin' to the girls going down in front of him, "HEY LADY! GRAB MY LEG!"
    We ALL spit beer all in that river when he did that. We did get his leg back, thanks to the wood floating. He strapped it right back on and we were back in business. Lots of fun, those days. Thanks for the memory.
     
  6. Mickey

    Mickey New Member Supporting Member

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    That is Awesome. If I were to dream about doing that I would awake in pain.:smile2:
     
  7. JERMSQUIRM

    JERMSQUIRM New Member

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    i would say the flips are part of a bigger art. the modern day ninja.

    shoot i can flip down a hill head over heels with a rod tackle box and a beer and not spill a drop.:smile2: beacuse ive done it,lol.