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PostPosted: Thu Feb 16, 2006 9:22 pm 
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It is great! I love it. At first it hurts to get hit. But not for long. Soon you don't even get hurt when you get hit. More to follow.

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:? Never tried it..... does it hurt? I've got a few friends who are into it, though. They seem to be having a lot of fun!


Same here, I've never tried it. I also got some dihard paintball friends. I'm have so many other hobbies, it doesn't sound too interesting to me.

:? I've heard it can get kinda expencive?

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It depends on how much of a diehard you are. If you don't play every waking moment of you life, it isn't all that bad. The official games are where you spend lots of money. And most of it is on paint. Once you by a gun and a mask you are ready to play.

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My mom won't let me paintball, I think she afraid I'll get into playing with guns.

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Biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking, biking...

Okay, you get the picture. The season is finally here and I am stoked. Can't wait to start riding. I just got a new wheelset for my road bike. I'm lovin that...

Ride On!!!

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I have decided that rider1000 should talk about his other hobbies and save his comments about biking for his biking forum.

I enjoy drama.

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SORRY.... :oops: Okay so, my hobbies. I really don't have too many indoor hobbies. But I do enjoy doing things indoors. If you can count doing crazy things on gymnastics mats a hobby, well that is one of mine. As you can probably tell, I am not a very still kind of person. I love to be moving and doing things. I have trouble sitting still in church even. My leg is always bouncing. I just love to be moving. I love doing things outside, like backpacking, hiking, camping (duh), rock climbing, canoeing, bik... ummmm.... sorry, just outdoor things in general. I plan on majoring in Outdoor Education, so that kind of explains me.

Can you believe it :?: A whole post of my hobbies without mentioning bik.................

:lol:

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my biggest hobbies are skateboarding and snowboarding...i need adrenaline, i love adrenaline....also i love hiking, and just walking in wild forests...outdoors hobbies
indoors hobbies are making webpages, drawing, making logos, writing poems, and one thing, what is very important, i love music, without music i cant, its not normal...and i play my guitar sometimes...


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rider1000 wrote:
Can you believe it :?: A whole post of my hobbies without mentioning bik................. :lol:


Good try rider1000! :lol:

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indoors hobbies are making webpages, drawing, making logos, writing poems, and one thing, what is very important, i love music


My indoor hobbies are very similar...I love designing webpages and newsletters, drawing, writing poems, and music too! :P

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rider1000 wrote:
SORRY.... :oops: Okay so, my hobbies. I really don't have too many indoor hobbies. But I do enjoy doing things indoors. If you can count doing crazy things on gymnastics mats a hobby, well that is one of mine. As you can probably tell, I am not a very still kind of person. I love to be moving and doing things. I have trouble sitting still in church even. My leg is always bouncing. I just love to be moving. I love doing things outside, like backpacking, hiking, camping (duh), rock climbing, canoeing, bik... ummmm.... sorry, just outdoor things in general. I plan on majoring in Outdoor Education, so that kind of explains me.

Can you believe it :?: A whole post of my hobbies without mentioning bik.................

:lol:


Your pathetic! Oh well. At least you tried. :lol:

I guess I am going to have to add another hobbie to my ever growing list. I now am getting back into hockey.

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Sweet, street hockey... let me know if there are any day's I am free to play... or you could just let me know when you are playing and I'll tell you if I'm free, that works too :P

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Some of mine are horseback riding and swimming!


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I used to swim quite often, but I haven't done a lot of it for several years.

Horseback riding is fun, but you have to have access to enough land and horses. I used to ride when I would visit my grandparents farm. They don't have any horses any more.

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SUMMER CAMP!!!! That is one of my new hobbies. It's awesome, if any of you ever get the chance to work at camp, DO IT!!!! You will remember it for the rest of your life... and why pass up the chance to change kids lives? :D

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Yes, I am thinking of being a counselor next year at Young Disciple Youth Bible Camp, in WA. I know from what friends have told me, that it definitely affects your life as much or more than the kids'! :P I think it would be an awesome experience!! :!:

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DO IT!!!! It's awesome... :D

I have new hobby, I'm now a member of the Tri-Community Fire Department in Collegedale. It is so much fun. I'm training to be a firefighter, and hopefully by next summer, I'll be a full flegded firefighter. TCFD!!!!!

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We haven't started the hard part of training yet, Rookie School, that starts in January. But right now, I'm just watching and learning the ropes, trying to get as much hands on experience as I can. In a week or two I'll start a Rescue Tech class, where we train to extricate people from cars. That will be fun, and a good thing to know how to do. :D

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A welder helps. :wink:

I know, I know. That isn't exactly practical, or safe for the person being rescued.

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Wow... well this has been stagnant for a while. I didn't end up taking rescue tech, they didn't offer it last fall. But on tuesday I get to start Rookie School.

But anyway, we don't use welders, we use big giant tin snips.. basically. They are hydraulic powered cutters and spreaders. FUN STUFF!!

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I know what you use. I have gotten the chance to try a set out before. 8)

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Ours are heavy... like almost 100 lbs heavy... we ordered some new cutters, hopefully they'll get here soon....

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I used one of the smaller sets. They are kind of fun. If only the were quicker.

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Did you use one of the hand powered combi tools? Those are horrible... we use hydraulic stuff with many thousands' of pounds of cutting force for wrecks...

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No. It wasn't hand powered, but it didn't weigh 100lbs.

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During school I haven't got a whole lot of time for hobbies but when I do I enjoy horseback-riding, reading, the internet (lol), biking, and Pathfinders!

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