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Skill Level: backcountry rider
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Area of Expertise: weekend warrior
Preferred Terrain: powder, park
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Height/Weight: 6'0, lbs
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Boot Size: 11
Clothing Size: L
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Location: Wisconsin
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7/27/2011 1:53:53 PM I have a lightly used 2009 burton blunt.  I will put up pictures if someone shows interest.  And I will need coaching on how to ship a board since I have never done this before. Start at 200 plus shipping. Thanks
12/22/2010 12:38:00 PM Hi, I have 11.5 Burton Ozone boots. Will the width on a 156 Crew be too narrow for me? The boots say to have boot shrinkage tech but will it still be to narrow of a board? Thanks!
12/16/2010 11:37:17 AM I saw this story on the internet this morning and thought I would share its epicness. Enjoy How I got an uncooperative eBay buyer to pay for her purchase. Was it unethical? (self.funny) submitted 1 day ago by BadgerMatt First of all, I am not claiming to have invented this trick. I imagine others have used it with varying degrees of success. I also want to point out that nothing here is embellished or exaggerated. I had tickets to a sporting event and couldn't attend. I made a 1-day listing and clearly stated that the tickets must be picked up in person within 24 hours (the game was the evening after the auction ended, so there wasn't any time to ship the tickets). A woman won the auction for about $600. The auction had ended at 10:00am and by 5:00pm she still hadn't responded to my emails trying to organize the exchange. Finally, at 9:30pm, I got a one-liner email: "I overbid and my husband won't let me buy these. Sorry and enjoy the game! :)" I first tried explaining that I wouldn't have the time to resell the tickets (I already got turned down by the losing bidders). She said, "... that's not my problem. It's eBay, not a car dealership. I can back out if I want." I still don't understand the car dealership reference. I was pretty upset. I was basically going to be stuck with tickets to an event that I couldn't attend. That's when I got the idea to convince her to change her mind. I created a new eBay account, "Payback" we'll call it, and sent her a message: "Hi there, I noticed you won an auction for 4 [sporting event] tickets. I meant to bid on these but couldn't get to a computer. I wanted to take my son and dad and would be willing to give you $1,000 for the tickets. I imagine that you've already made plans to attend, but I figured it was worth a shot." At 11:30pm she responded to Payback: "I'll do it for $1,100, no less. I can meet you at the game if you agree. I need your phone number." At 11:35pm, Payback wrote: "Deal. Here is my number..." (Thanks Google Voice for the throwaway number). She called a few minutes later and made Payback "promise" to go through with the deal. She emphasized that she'd be out a lot of money if Payback backed out. Payback swore he would never do such a thing. At 11:45pm, the woman emailed me: "Fine. I'll buy them. But you have to drop them off at my house tonight. I'll have the cash ready." So at shtooking midnight I drove to her house across town and met her on the road in front of her apartment building. She was a nasty and rude individual. Things didn't get any better when I told her I wanted an extra $20 for the trouble of driving there at midnight (yeah, pushing my luck, I know). It became very awkward and she literally threw 31 $20 bills at me. I counted them before handing over the tickets. I said, "thanks for the great transaction" as she flipped me off while walking away. At 10:00am she called Payback to make sure they were still on for the exchange. Payback said that he could no longer go to the game and wouldn't be able to do the exchange. She blew her shtooking top and I swear to god started speaking in tongues. Payback said, "Ma'am, this is eBay, not a car dealership" and hung up. I got a rabid email 10 minutes later telling me that I was going to hell and that she's reported me to the local police, FBI, and... the fire department. WTF? I never heard another word from her. I have no idea if she went to the game or not. Was this wrong? EDIT: The Rabid Email "Fuxking funny shtooker You know you can go to JAIL for this. YOu theef!!!!! [City] cops FBI fire and government already no. Your done. I got your number and your name. This is thefting property shtooker Give my $620 back or everything bad wiil happen - shtook You cant steal and get away. Refund me now or else!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! You dpnt want a lawsuit. Trust me. u dont. You can have tickets jut give my my money and be done." That's the bulk of the email, word for word. There was more at the end too. She must have pressed 'enter' 30 times and wrote shtook and the another 30 times and wrote "HELL". Then she wrote her name which was strange. EDIT: Shameless Plug So my story was far more popular than I ever could have imagined. I recognize that many of you are "charity-ed out", but I figured this was worth a shot. My father-in-law has cancer and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. If you were able to save a few bucks from my story or just generally appreciated it, please consider donating to the American Cancer Society in his name here: https://www.justgive.org/basket?acton=viewList&donorId=485078&listTypeId=1 4108 commentsshare
12/14/2010 5:48:00 PM Hi all, I'm looking into bindings from last year. I'm either going to buy the Cartels or Missions. Is their any difference between the two models? I think the Missions are 20 dollars less. Also, I was looking at the Union DLX's from this year... which binding will be my best bet for an all mountain sturdy binding? Thanks!
11/30/2010 12:44:26 PM I have a Burton Blunt and a Sierra Stunt for boards. For bindings I have last years Burton Triad and 09 model of the freestyle. What binding should I put on which board for best results? Thanks
11/28/2010 12:13:49 PM Was just wondering why there is no member discount for this item. I understand their is none for 2011 model but what about for the old items? Thanks
11/18/2010 5:08:08 PM I can secure round trip flights from WI for 129 dollars which I beleive is to be a good deal. Now, my question is me not being 25 I cant rent a car. So which resorts are closest to the airport and what are the cheapest/most practical ways of getting there. Thanks
10/29/2010 7:09:02 PM Hey guys, I have a couple spare boards I want to get rid of... but before I put them on ebay or in the classifieds, I would like some info about shipping. How much does it usually cost to ship a board and also how much are the boxes/packages that you purchase ship them in. Any advice/tips would be much appreciated. Cheers
2/10/2010 12:56:56 PM I'm sure theres a thread out there already about this...but I couldnt find it in the search. Whats the best way to wash jackets/mittens/gloves etc.. any special kind of detergent?
2/2/2010 5:20:10 PM Used, worn 3-4 times, 55 dollars shipped   Paid 120 new ]
1/27/2010 6:59:04 PM http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=140378318740
1/25/2010 12:42:36 PM Lookin to sell my boots. Make a offer.

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