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Sandwich

Pig my fish!
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Do you dream in beatlejuice?
Do you find shoes too easy to put on?

Do you find dusting to be not challenging enough?
 

Sandwich

Pig my fish!
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Is Ferris Beuller your life goal?

Have you been to Zebb's? Did you never leave?

Is "carpet art" a hobby?
Would you like to perform wind sprints in your bedroom?

PS I Adore this house, if it came furnished.
 

StiHacka

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Sandwich

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I'm kinda into that first one. It's like the missing slices of it are in other dimensions.
To the best of my knowledge, Vermont is indeed in another dimension. Whatever those folks did to afford that house and live in Vermont, I need to start working on it.
 

Westy

the teste
Nov 22, 2002
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Do you dream in beatlejuice?
Do you find shoes too easy to put on?

Do you find dusting to be not challenging enough?

Perfect home for a cybertuck
 

maxyedor

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In the bathroom, fighting a battle
Sorting from highest to lowest price is always good for teh Lulz around me. Relator's commission is more than my whole damn house is worth

 

ebarker9

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Sorting from highest to lowest price is always good for teh Lulz around me. Relator's commission is more than my whole damn house is worth

Not quite as outrageous, but yeah. Who lives in these places?

 

6thElement

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That is one honky-ass mcmansabomination.
There used to a big park area in our hood, always full of elk in the fall, owned by the tax avoiding mormon church. They sold it to a developer a year ago and the mcmansion building is in full swing at the moment.

:(

edit: although the place finished recently a couple of miles away with ~4 turrets is pretty hard to beat unless you look at the place @Nick listed.
 

kidwoo

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The old timey times
Hey, it's a got a good trail!
I used to work out there a bunch and the greatest revelation I ever had was turning around and riding back down belcher.

To stay on topic however I did make sure to take a shit in front of one the mansions there at the bottom, just inside the fence line. True story.
 

kidwoo

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The old timey times
Down Belcher is good, save for everyone climbing.
If you haven't ridden it since longhorn became bike/dh only, you should.
Belcher is good because of all the uphill spandex 29ers

Last time I was out there (I think when I rode with you) longhorn had just become dh only and wasn't any different. I think.....maybe......possibly. Honestly I never got the fascination with that trail. I was on the 'return' thing down low one night as it was getting dark and there were tons of bunnies running around. That was pretty fucking awesome. Because bunnies.


Had to relive a memory there with google...

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kidwoo

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Did you ride Mountain Lion while you were out here? I like that one much better than Longhorn, honestly.
I've ridden everything there (as of like 2015 at least). That does ring a bell and I think you're right.

I used to work in and around Denver a ton. Whites and an occasional Apex were my escape from institutionalized daily BS with my job. As soon as the bell rang I always shot straight for the place.

I want to thank you for the opportunity to both agree with the ebiker and shit on longhorn in the face of the front range scene which for some reason holds that trail in a really weird level of esteem. Sincerely......thank you.
 

Toshi

Harbinger of Doom
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@Full Trucker digs Mountain Lion as well. Just a better balanced trail. Longhorn is moondust, pointy rocks, and way too many water bars.