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Old 03-01-06, 09:42 PM   #1
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How big are pro dirt jumps?

Well anyone have any ideas, because I was thinking about entering the Core Tour in Huntington Beach.
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If you have to ask, you shouldn't even be considering entering.
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And why are you an *******? I dont think he did anything to you he just wants an answer.
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My point is that if he's entering, it shouldn't even matter how big they are.

And, as an actual answer, the smallest jump I've seen in a pro contest in the past five years was probably twenty feet long.
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My point is that if he's entering, it shouldn't even matter how big they are.

And, as an actual answer, the smallest jump I've seen in a pro contest in the past five years was probably twenty feet long.
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Analexpressive Beerman.

Get laid for Godsake!!!
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I'll make sure to take my notes on how to have sex from a 36-year old man that's still angsty enough to listen to Slipknot and Godsmack.
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I'll make sure to take my notes on how to have sex from a 36-year old man that's still angsty enough to listen to Slipknot and Godsmack.
I'm not giving you tips on sex. I'm telling you that you need it to chill out dude!

I'm 35.

And I'm young at heart.

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now boys play nice.
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If you have to ask, you shouldn't even be considering entering.
I said I was thinking about it dipsh*t

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So how about we just lock down the BMX forums for a few days until you guys learn to play nice? I'm serious. This is total BS that every thread I look at, you guys are getting into each other. I'm sick of it. Enough of you have gotten warnings lately to know that I'm serious. What's the deal?
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How? PM me & explain how you arrived at that.
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mid-life crisis...
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Because I hit 30 should I listen to crappy jazz or country? No way in hell. I've liked Metal since it began. I have no plan on growing boring/dull.

I ride a bike for fun & exercise. I was diagnosed with hypertension & high bloodpressure last year. I quit smoking 6 months ago today. I have made a complete lifestyle change.

If you have a 35 year old dad & he acts old, that's not my problem!
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The smallest jump i've seen is at least 1oo feet.
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I'm 39 and listen to Dream Theater almost daily. As well as Fuel, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge, Dark New Day, Chevelle, (edited) Limp Biskit...... And now that my track is drying out, I'll be out trying not to break anything this year. Aint no mid life thing. Just darn good music.

Rap can die like disco any day now, please!
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Not really, read the whole thread. There was mention of midlife and current rock. I'm just proppin up a brother here.
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Not really, read the whole thread. There was mention of midlife and current rock. I'm just proppin up a brother here.
Ah...the short attention span of youth...gotta love it!
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How? PM me & explain how you arrived at that.
I'm still awaiting an answer Mr.(Ms.) 86!
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I'm 39 and listen to Dream Theater almost daily. As well as Fuel, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge, Dark New Day, Chevelle, (edited) Limp Biskit...... And now that my track is drying out, I'll be out trying not to break anything this year. Aint no mid life thing. Just darn good music.

Rap can die like disco any day now, please!
Nothing wrong with Dream Theater. Sadly, I missed their show last night in SF. At least I saw them with Queensryche two years ago, and in SF last year, though.

But, how is it that a guy that watches the edited, expletive-free versions of movies can listen to Limp Bizkit...?

edit: Nevermind, I see that you're buying the toned-down versions of those albums, as well.
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But, how is it that a guy that watches the edited, expletive-free versions of movies can listen to Limp Bizkit...?

edit: Nevermind, I see that you're buying the toned-down versions of those albums, as well.
Maybe they're the instrumental versions?
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Walmart sells edited versions of CD's. I just bought it recently. I never really heard much Limp Bizkit before. I'm a guitar player. I'm listening for guitar parts and tones more than anything else. They are different that anything else on my Dell DJ.

I've seen Dream Theater a few times. I have the G3 DVD with Petrucci. Amazing player. Among the very best, ever.
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Anyone remember "Disco Duck"?
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