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Posted: 2/21/2006 6:17:42 PM EST
So, I just tossed this video together and thought I'd share it. This is my first time using Putfile.com so I hope it works.

What's your other hobby? Here's mine.... Got Snow?

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I want a beer now.
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Beating my dick.
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Sailing. Usually just for fun, but sometimes competitively.
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RC monster trucks
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Fishing...metal detecting.
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Guitar and drinking.
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trying to make my wife happy. I'm not very good at it.
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98 svt cobra
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hunting fishing ranching fourwheeling snowmobiling mechanicing sexing
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Video Gaming


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I'm into murders & executions.
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Originally Posted By waterispoison:
Beating my dick.

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Another golfer here.
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No other hobby.
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Originally Posted By guns762:
trying to make my wife happy. I'm not very good at it.

Hobby? That's a full time job!

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snowboarding, play flute, metal detecting, study languages...and I always find one more thing to sink money into my custom car which now has 3x the money in it is worth...
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does warching pr0n count as a hobby ?
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My 1969 Porsche 911T Targa. Workin on restoring her into a nice, driveable car. Got a lot of work to do, but she runs now, and is driveable. I'll be working on restoring the interior, fixing/reinforcing some areas of the floorboards,and rust repair and prevention.
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Building PC's
Video Games
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Golf & home inprovement projects.

I used to play keyboards in a classic rock cover band.
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Originally Posted By johnrj:
snowboarding, play flute, metal detecting, study languages...and I always find one more thing to sink money into my custom car which now has 3x the money in it is worth...

Band camp ?
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I tinker with antique tractors. This 1948 Massey Harris belonged to my dad. It's been inthe family longer than I have.

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[Last Edit: 2/21/2006 7:07:07 PM EST by ic_guerrero]

Originally Posted By guns762:
trying to make my wife happy


Video Games (SOCOM 3)
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Play bass in working band
Video Games
Girlfriend Maint.
Ammo collecting/uncollecting
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RC aircraft. Hotliner sailplane for me. Got tired of glowfuel, now I only fill my car's tank and run the charger off the cig lighter. The new electric motors and controllers available are enough to haul my plane up at 1500+ feet per minute.

Then again, I have my cycling. My road bicycle is a feather at 14.5 pounds.

When I am lazy, I have my motorcycle which doubles for transportation when weather permits.

But most often it is keeping my woman happy.
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Computer Geeking
PrOn Surfing
Motorcyle riding (sport/touring)
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Once per year I go see the Monster Trucks in St. Louis, and it happens to be this Saturday night.
(Not a hobby, because I don't actually do it, but I've been into Monster Trucks since I was a kid watching Bob Chandler build the first Bigfoot).
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[Last Edit: 2/21/2006 8:52:34 PM EST by freeride21a]
lol.. what isnt my hobby.

Backpacking is #1
Snowboarding/Skiing #2
Photography #3
rock climbing
off roading

I also like to hang around at work.. and spread my legs to people passing by.

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Wooden Boat building (Well I've built one little plywood rowboat but I am planning a jonboat type platform now)

In that order
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Is shopping a hobby?
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I totally nerd out and write computer programs, design embedded systems and work on commercial firework displays (Hand fired, electrical fired, setup, design). My latest project is a computer controlled electronic firework firing system... almost done! I will be testing it this year at either The yarrow point 4th of july show or Medina days firework show in Bellecue washington (near Seattle).
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cars ,ATVs, RC stuff pretty much anything mechanical that is expensive is neat to me
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In no particular order occasionally photography, wrist watches (this is my newest interest), weightlifting, jogging, scuba diving (even though I haven't gone in the last 6 years since my daughter was born, I still think about it), school, being a dad when I get to see my daughter (ahh the joys of divorce), stepping on my dick by telling my bosses at work how messed up some things are when they ask me my opinion (I not known for stroking their ego's), going to the range, drinking beer, arfcom, the list goes on.
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cycling. (running, swimming, lifting weights, web design and paintball not pictured)
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I collect Star Wars action figures.
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Playing music, I used to golf alot and build scale models, but no so much anymore.

Mostly guns nowadays.
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Turbo Charged Chrysler.

Quite a large following actually... Shebly helped out on a few of them even. The "lego cars" of dodge. I can take a Shelby rear end and put it in a Lebaron. Silly shit. Fascinating.

Car only cost me $400 to boot. Of course the matience was extremely lacking. About $800 total cost right now but it was worth it. The turbo noises turn some heads alot.

Turbo: "Psshhh"
Guy in Suburban: WTF... out of a fucking hard-top lebaron..... hard-top lebaron! WTF X2!

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Vintage air-cooled Volkswagens. Got a '64 that I'm about to dop a *slightly* modded Porsche 914 motor in.
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Countin' flowers on the wall, that don't bother me at all, playin' solitare till dawn, with a deck of fifty-one, smokin' cigarettes and watchin' Captain Kangaroo. Now don't you tell me I've nothin' to do.

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I have a Yamaha YZF R1, for you non motorcycle folks it's a sportbike. 155hp and about 400lbs on two wheels. I don't ride too crazy but knowing 100mph power wheelies are only a twist away is just plane fun. I also enjoy mountain biking and just about anything outdoors. My real therapy is shooting or just going out for a ride on the bike though.
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Golf, masturbaiting, and beating small animals
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Used to be sportbikes, had a Suzuki GSX-R 750. Sold it and bought some guns and cigars, my two other hobbies. I'm a moderator at eHerf.com, a forum for cigars.
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Amateur photorgaphy. I photograph Hot girls. I'll be practicing my photgraphy skills in Daytona during Bike Week 2006 next month.


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