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General Discussion / Re: Motivation?
« on: June 05, 2023, 02:11:10 PM »
Or take a break from the same old - get

on some pickleball for a bit n come back fresh 🤙

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I really like my Speeed, itís 8í2Ēx 27.5Ē 103 liters. I weight around 176lbs + wetsuit.
Iíve always wanted a New Deal - donít need one but u know  8)

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How much is the seller asking for it - sounds like a neat niche board if u can make it work.

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General Discussion / Re: 4/3 Wetsuit - 2023?
« on: June 02, 2023, 05:59:30 PM »
Rip Curl dawn patrol back zips for me - I have them in 4/3 and 3/2. Basic but do a great job.
I just sold a billabong 4/3 chest zip that had me doing my best Houdini impression to get out of it post session.

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The longer rail should make it work like a longer board.

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Classifieds / Re: Iso axis kite fuselage
« on: May 05, 2023, 06:59:31 PM »
I have a standard sized Red Fuse that I could part with of that helps you.

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Random / Re: Some days technology just fucks with you
« on: January 18, 2023, 07:40:11 AM »
Hope itís not the planned obsolescence that Iím going through with yet another still working Apple device.

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Can you get him to go over what gear Johnny Heineken has been ripping on lately- thanks

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Gear Talk / Re: Tape on paddle handle (t-top) to improve grip.
« on: December 05, 2022, 02:23:45 PM »
I like wax - yes itís messy but itís not 100% locked in either for grip - which I like

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SUP General / Re: Fin recs!!
« on: November 29, 2022, 09:34:15 AM »
Not a reco but I keep seeing these pop up

https://quobbafins.com/

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A treat for foily gear geeks!
I stumbled upon this shared Google Sheet today. Great resource for comparing basic specs.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/17xbTGEWSVeRhnYb_4vz_Gmby8UnrDys7Q1iB-6rC6F4/edit? :'(fbclid=IwAR1GgMuvw0L6FKIuycKPk9kxe0wNXs4SNxJ1wk0VNxWis6u1cQETmbOsp8Q#gid=1326439519
Someone sorted the shared doc by wingspan- messed everything up  :'(

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Random / Re: Finally a mojor news organization mentioned this critical fact
« on: November 15, 2022, 02:55:50 PM »
Meanwhile North of the borderÖ..

The Ontario government is in the process of ratifying Bill 23. This is an omnibus bill that is mainly concerned with quickening or withdrawing legal processes to make more land available for housing. Regrettably, it does this at the expense of the environment and democratic process.

Weird, that seems more like something that would happen in the USA, where we have the best government that money can buy. Though I've always thought that Canadian urban planning was an oxymoron. Vancouver seems like the perfect intersection of crappy planning and under spec building codes. Toronto too, Quebec City/Montreal less so, though I've always stuck to the old section with the beautiful buildings, not the newer areas with the monstrosities.

Yup - monstrosities hooked up to aging infrastructure. Condos going up right next and around decaying highways. Add Boston dig sized public transit projects on top of it. Work from home for those that can is a good thing these days cause not much moves around here.




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Random / Re: Finally a mojor news organization mentioned this critical fact
« on: November 15, 2022, 10:41:41 AM »
Meanwhile North of the borderÖ..

The Ontario government is in the process of ratifying Bill 23. This is an omnibus bill that is mainly concerned with quickening or withdrawing legal processes to make more land available for housing. Regrettably, it does this at the expense of the environment and democratic process.
Some of the main features of the bill are:

- Removing the planning powers of regional municipalities;

- Allows the Minister of Municipal Affairs to unilaterally override new city Official Plan policies.

- Relieving land developers of development fees and loading the costs onto municipalities;

- Removing the powers of conservation authorities to grant or withhold permits to build on regulated areas;

- Denying individuals and citizen groups any right of appeal to the Ontario Land Tribunal.

Some specific implications for Toronto include:
- The bill cuts developers' payments to the city by an estimated $200 million per year.
- Requires the City to substantially increase densities near subway stations in the next year.
- Removes the City's ability to regulate the size of new dwelling units.
- Greatly reduces the City's ability to make developers pay for the added costs to provide services for the increased population.
- Retroactively eliminates the right of residents or community organizations to appeal development approvals.
- Reduces the City's ability to protect existing tenants who lose their homes due to redevelopment.

This wonít look good for either side. Yes we need more bodies but we donít want to put them on our treasured green space.

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Classifieds / Re: FS or trade: Axis standard Red Fuse
« on: November 14, 2022, 01:32:58 PM »
Thatís the stuff - thanks

Might trim them pointy backends as well while Iím at it - my shins will thank me 😀🤙

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Classifieds / FS or trade: Axis standard Red Fuse
« on: November 14, 2022, 08:19:14 AM »
Red fuse standard- used $200.

Would trade for a red crazy short.

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