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Unread 10-24-2013, 01:50 PM   #2836
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So is root of the problem that the US is the only modern country to have a "for profit" health care system? Or could the system work good if people weren't so lazy and felt entitled to getting something for nothing?

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Unread 10-24-2013, 02:14 PM   #2837
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Any system where people feel entitled to get free handouts is setup to either fail or create a lot of disparity between those that bust their behind to get ahead in life and those that rather spend their entire life in pursuit of non work activities, at the cost of somebody else's sweat
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Unread 10-24-2013, 02:37 PM   #2838
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Sooooo, what's next for the beast? Gonna work on that 8.8?
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Unread 10-24-2013, 02:46 PM   #2839
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Sooooo, what's next for the beast? Gonna work on that 8.8?
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My suggestion after running the hammers a few weekends ago would be get that 8.8 under there sooner than later. Running 35's in jv you end up putting your tires in lots of crackes and undercuts. Which binds things up pretty good

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The line is up and over the rock my front left tire is on. But my jeep just did not have the traction or wheelbase for that line
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You can bump it like you did with ease, done that several times with my lil Jeep. Compared to some other trails that isn't that bad a ledge.
Climbing over the big rocks on the left is more fun though
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That line looks fun.... My d35 is special if you haven't heard.
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Unread 10-24-2013, 05:32 PM   #2842
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That line looks fun.... My d35 is special if you haven't heard.
The line he is taken is pretty much the one a short armed TJ on 35's has to take to get up the ledge. Sledge has a few other fun surprises

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The line he is taken is pretty much the one a short armed TJ on 35's has to take to get up the ledge. Sledge has a few other fun surprises
I want to go NOW!
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Unread 10-24-2013, 05:47 PM   #2844
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Be there this weekend, so will I
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I wish! I took Monday and Tuesday off and now work the weekend. Soon though Art.... Soon!
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Soon is not soon enough bud
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Looking at your video, climbing /thompson hill, looks like in places you could use a bit more crawl ratio
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Looking at your video, climbing /thompson hill, looks like in places you could use a bit more crawl ratio
Honestly we were bombing up it up rather carelessly.... It was fun. None of that hill presents any real challenge or technique. Going slower I could have been way cleaner with my lines. I'd love more crawl ratio though for other stuff.
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Honestly we were bombing up it up rather carelessly.... It was fun. None of that hill presents any real challenge or technique. Going slower I could have been way cleaner with my lines. I'd love more crawl ratio though for other stuff.
Looks like some sort of doubler is the ticket
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Unread 10-24-2013, 07:27 PM   #2850
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Got me a cable shifter to install.... Thanks Mike for getting it out so quick.



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