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hujra1 Name Cam
Location West Melbourne, Vic, AU
Level Ski Bum  (369 points)
Member Since 6/4/2010
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"Candy Mountain, Charlie, Candy Mountain!" 
General  
Gender: Male
Age: 31
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 5
Average Days/Year: 15
Skill Level: picking up speed
Riding Style: all mountain
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: powder, park, groomers
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 5'7, 138 lbs
Board Size: 153
Boot Size: 8
Clothing Size: S
Jacket Size: S
Pants Size: S
Thermal Size: S
Ride with Me  
Region: South Globe
Location: Australia
Resort: Mt. Hotham
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11/4/2010 4:18:20 PM For everyone's benefit: http://www.etsy.com/shop/taraduff No I don't work there, just thought they were cool. Poor Charlie... He's got it rough!
11/4/2010 3:26:46 PM
9/10/2010 9:25:07 AM That was insane, he looked like he hit pretty hard each time.I don't think I'd be willing to fling myself into the air on a wheelchair. Vaguely reminiscent of Jackass when they attached rockets to bikes, wheelchairs and pointed them down a pier.
9/8/2010 7:50:48 AM Well, I've got the Sierra Crew (standard camber) and M9s, and I rode it for the first time this weekend at Hotham. Had a blast (rain, what rain...), and have used my M9s on my other board as well. Basically, it's a harder initial setup, but if you want to maximise the time shooting down the mountain (vs sitting on your ass doing up ratchets), Flows are the way to go.You'll find that the M9s hug your boot pretty well (I ride with them a bit tighter than I used to), so it can be a bit harder to kick your foot in (especially when you're tired). My previous bindings were Flow ex-rentals which were heaps easier to get into, but not as comfy and responsive.At the end of the day, it's personal preference. Flows tend to not be as secure (I have had the clip on the highback pop open in one crash on my old Flows), but save heaps of time. I've been hanging out with skiers this season, and the Flows are awesome for not holding everyone up.If you can, try them out first to see if you like them. That's the best advice for most things though...
9/1/2010 5:47:44 AM You can, you just need to find it on the site.When searching for the goods, click "Out of Stock" next to the search box before you click "Search."
8/30/2010 1:43:43 AM Hi guys, Has anyone had any bugs since the upgrade?I've noticed that the "Sales" page, where it would have the "Staff Picks" rotating through five items, now in both IE and Opera there are only four items, it doesn't cycle through them and I can't click on the items to go to the page.Has anyone had any other issues/reproduced this bug?*Edit*Seems it won't keep me logged in for more than 5 minutes, and clicking "Topic options" (at least in Opera) opens the usual new topic, blah blah, but it then also attempts to load the SS homepage inside the little dropdown tab.Weird.*Edit 2*Can't post a screenie of the error.
8/28/2010 4:03:22 AM Damn shame. Saw it on a Saturday instead...wait, no, no shame. Thumbs up.
7/23/2010 2:02:57 AM Hi Joel,There are heaps of threads regarding the coupons. Basically, as surgyon says, the free shirt is for only Sierra branded ones. The coupon is valid for a month, after which, when the shirts come back in , you can PM a staff member to extend the coupon.
7/12/2010 11:57:28 PM Really really wanna go, but having issues getting time off work. I have too much time saved up, so they said to take a holiday. I ask for dates, and they say, sorry, low staffing. *grumble*
7/12/2010 7:31:26 AM Coopers Vintage
7/8/2010 12:07:20 AM Hi James, You need to have been active on the forums within the last half hour. This also includes signing in, i.e. if you sign in @ 7:30, you're right to go up until 8:00. I generally sign in just before I leave for work, around 7:45AM (just in case if it runs late for whatever reason).
7/7/2010 9:01:49 PM Hey there, Another Aussie here. I can speak Pig Latin, Double Dutch and (I'm a bit rusty now) Sign Language (Auslan, not American style). In all seriousness I've been a boarder for a little while now, and my theoretical knowledge far surpasses my practical ability (those that can't, teach - those that can't teach, teach Sport). I'm more than happy to assist people on the forums, anything I don't know normally gets a quick google/wiki search - learning for all! Another thing to note is that I live 15 mins away from the FedEx depot in Melbourne (comes in handy) and have experience with how the site and shipping to Australia works. Regards, Cam
7/7/2010 5:44:38 PM Well, you don't make a rock wall, you make a frame/shed (for eg) and bolt rock climbing holds to the wall. If you google it, there are some pretty wicked ones. I came across one guy, who built a climbing cave in his bedroom. He could climb from bed to his closet. Why? who cares, it was awesome. Example:
7/7/2010 7:46:09 AM There are heaps of threads on reviews. Basically, if you review a scraper or a bandana, you have a good chance of it being flagged as spam. The key rule is to write an informative review, that someone can use to make an informed decision.Comparisons are great, I've got a Signal Omni (currently) and a Sierra Crew (coming), so once I have both I'll write up about the differences. Don't review saying "the colours are great", instead you could say "the colours are lighter/darker than the photos", etc.If it takes you 2 mins to write a review, you may wish to rethink.
7/7/2010 6:35:01 AM Yeah, I had the Olympus 1050, took it boarding, outdoor rock climbing, swimming, drinking, suspended from the ceiling at Etihad for the NYE White Party...Was all good 'til some bird (friend of a friend) dropped my camera in the ocean. That's cool, it's waterproof right? ONLY IF YOU CAN FIND IT AGAIN.She never even offered any compensation... grrOn topic, loved that camera, and went out and bought the next model, the 8010. A bit chunkier, more functions and gimmicky "tap control" for taking photos with snow gloves on. No complaints. I did look at the Panasonic, but price point was too high for me. *Edit* spelling


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