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delmage171 07-23-2013 7:31 PM

25 Years Old
Chemical Process Operator - Esso/Exxon Mobil Sarnia Refinery - hired full time 2010
1996 Nautique Super Sport (Paid for)
2010 Ford F-150 FX4 (Paid off in under 2 years)
2008 Acura TSX (girlfriends car)
Bought my own home with my girlfriend 2 years ago
30x40x12 shop was already built on 1/2 acre property


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Riderite 07-24-2013 5:11 PM

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29 years old
Real Estate Business Development Manager/ Investor
2004 Dodge Hemi Sport (paid for)
Partners on a 2013 Axis A22 (lives at my house)
Rent a nice house
Divorced
5 year old son (daddy's boy who loves to surf)
Live in girlfriend

whatshesaid 07-25-2013 9:57 AM

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36 Years old

I sell parts wholesale at a large Chevy dealer.
2006 Duramax
2011 Tige RZ2
Home owner for 12 years
Divorced/remarried
One- six year old daughter (that loves to surf with Daddy)
Making payments on everything.

whatshesaid 07-25-2013 9:59 AM

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New Rev 10's this year

crowmobe540 07-25-2013 10:55 AM

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Originally Posted by iShredSAN (Post 1833010)
25 years old
Contract negotiator for the University of Texas
1999 Super Air Nautique
2005 Dodge Ram 2500, 5.9 diesel
Own a nice moderate sized house in downtown east Austin

mmmm...mindrite (that boat's former name). I've been on it a bunch from it's previous owner :)

zimme 07-25-2013 5:01 PM

Let's rename this the humble brag thread?

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LTRGUY261 07-26-2013 5:10 PM

Security Manager

07 3500 Duramax
06 Mitsubishi Montero
98 CRV (Commuter)
06 Centurion Elite V

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V8_Killer 07-26-2013 11:52 PM

There's not many ways to say all this and come off as anything other than a bragging jerk, but here goes.

35 years old
Started my first company @ 18 with $500 made as a waiter. Worked 100+ hour weeks for years (not a typo). Dropped out of full-ride college @ 19 to focus on my business and career.

Currently CEO of a performance auto parts company I started in 1999, plus have multiple passive investments (oil/gas, liquor store, stocks/options play, real estate). Owned 3 motorsports companies, the other 2 I bought, but sold them in the last few years to focus on my original motorsports company.

Boat: 2013 G23
Tow: 2011 Tundra

Others:
3 year old who's the light in my life
6 year GF, haven't made her honest yet
Live on 30 acre ranch w/ 5,000 sq. ft. garage, horses, a stocked pond, 4-wheelers track, paintball arena, etc. etc.
Lake house + dock
Multiple sports cars including Ferrari F430 (458 Italia coming soon), GT-R, and 2 Supras. Have previously owned other Ferraris, Lamborghinis (they suck BTW), Porsches, Vipers, etc.
Daily drive Westminster Rover

I put 200 engine hours a year on my boat. Average weekend cost me $400 in fuel alone. I don't give a crap about depreciation from using my toys. I can't stand $100,000 boats anchored with everyone floating and drinking. What a waste. Just like a Ferrari you put 200 miles/year on...sucker. I drive the crap out of my cars and my boat. I live life. Someone else may die with more money in the bank, but I'll die with more good memories, stories, and experiences.

There's no where I'd rather be than on the lake with my daughter, woman, Godson, and good friends. I don't care if you're in a jon boat as long as you're having fun and making memories with those that matter.

And since its "pics or lies" here's my G23 the night I picked it up from Buxton Marine:
http://www.v8killer.com/lake/g23am.jpg

And here's a pic of my 2010 X-Star with my F430. I don't have a pic of the F430 + G23 yet - soon!
http://v8killer.com/xstar/xstar06.jpg


Cheers,

Dusty

markj 07-27-2013 1:17 AM

Don't make me get out the tape measure and end this whole thread Anthony Weiner style. You all have good stuff as well as I do but c'mon! I'm not listing my material goods like I'm in third grade and it's show and tell. I love seeing the boat pics but, geez people, have some constraint and class.

hatepain 07-27-2013 8:38 AM

^^^this

Georgeohh 07-27-2013 8:58 AM

Bought this 2009 X2 3 years ago when I was 25. I co-founded a website that sells skis and snowboards etc... I'll leave out the shameless plug

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bcd 07-27-2013 12:16 PM

Throw in the shameless plug and then provide a wakeworld discount code. My wife needs some rockered powder skis.

mmobius2001 07-27-2013 12:45 PM

I'm Def the most broke person on this site apparently.

30yrs Old
5 Yr GF (just got engaged this past may)
3yr old English Bulldog

Bought my boat brand new in 2006 at the boat show and finances have been bad ever since, i've always leased cars.

I work at a casino where i supervise table games while also dealing 1 or 2 nights a week, my fiance is a beverage server there.

We live in an aparment now but made an offer on a home that we should be buying/closing on this September.

She's debt free, but i actually bought a used jeep in 2010 that i will have paid off in 2.5yrs, i still owe like 20k on my boat, im about 12k in credit debt (her ring is on there)

My financial plan is buying this house we are actually going to be saving money (our apt is gross for a payment and nothing is included) by February i will be paying off all my credit card debt. So hopefully my "live beyond means" will be getting under control soon.

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trentj6930 07-27-2013 7:15 PM

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Originally Posted by bcd (Post 1835976)
Throw in the shameless plug and then provide a wakeworld discount code. My wife needs some rockered powder skis.

I do as well!!!

silvermustang35 07-29-2013 10:25 AM

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By no means am I trying to brag. I have been given many opportunities and have some extremely patient and understanding parents when it came to my priorities of buying things.
30 Single, no kids, no gf
Work for a local healthcare organization as a Systems Analyst (IT)
Degree in Political Science... and ended up doing IT work...
1999 Mustang (Had since high school in 99) 150k Miles
2001 Lexus IS300 (within past 2 years, craigslist find) 225k miles so nothing new
2002 F-350 Dually (Within last year, Craigslist Find, traded 05 silverado) 200k Miles
2 English Bulldogs, so those are my kids
2010 Axis A22; 442 Hours Bought new
2006 Yamaha VX110 Sport 140 hours, bought new
When I was in college my parents allowed me to live in a condo they rent out and.. i'm still there... for the winter months
After I get 2 things payed off by the end of this year, im buying their old houseboat since they bought a newer one, not brand new by any means.
1972 Stardust Cruiser 52ft. -- Been living in this since May..
I'm paying for all my toys, dock fees, car payments, gas, etc, and it catches up quick. Im not trying to sound like im bragging. Im very humble and appreciative for everything. I have worked for what I have, but I also have been spotting good deals and again, have had lots of patience from my parents of buying a new boat vs a new car or a house.
Savings, a small cushion but mostly non existent. I usually do side work in the winter to get a healthy gas cushion of money for the summer so I dont have to dip into checking or savings.

whiteflashwatersports1 07-29-2013 12:02 PM

I believe this thread was mean to go like this:

2012 Tige RZR
Safety Engineer

There are some narcissistic boat owners on here!!

QuickVR4 07-29-2013 12:13 PM

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Originally Posted by V8_Killer (Post 1835924)
There's not many ways to say all this and come off as anything other than a bragging jerk, but here goes.

35 years old
Started my first company @ 18 with $500 made as a waiter. Worked 100+ hour weeks for years (not a typo). Dropped out of full-ride college @ 19 to focus on my business and career.

Currently CEO of a performance auto parts company I started in 1999, plus have multiple passive investments (oil/gas, liquor store, stocks/options play, real estate). Owned 3 motorsports companies, the other 2 I bought, but sold them in the last few years to focus on my original motorsports company.

Cheers,

Dusty

Glad to know you are on the site Dusty. Bought some items from you in the past and glad to see some of that going to a fellow boater. You should have posted some pics of the Sup!!!!

machloosy 07-29-2013 12:24 PM

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Originally Posted by whiteflashwatersports1 (Post 1836174)
I believe this thread was mean to go like this:

2012 Tige RZR
Safety Engineer

There are some narcissistic boat owners on here!!

Not hating on anybody doing well, but the thread title says "boats and occupations". Not Boats, cars, trucks, house(s), kids, wives, mistresses, bikes, atvs. One of my friends tried convincing me I was a narcissist the other day :rolleyes: go figure.

Manager at a whole/retail tire company I help start and an '87 Supreme Sierra (20ft)

With that said, Dusty your F430 is sweet! A buddy of mine had one and traded it in for an F430 challenge car... They make you understand why people buy Ferrari's!

V8_Killer 07-29-2013 12:27 PM

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Originally Posted by QuickVR4 (Post 1836177)
Glad to know you are on the site Dusty. Bought some items from you in the past and glad to see some of that going to a fellow boater. You should have posted some pics of the Sup!!!!


Hey Brent! Love running into friends from the car world, happens here and there. Hope all is well man.

I'd post pics of the Sup but seems I've already upset some people by having a picture of my boat with my car. Guess I over-answered the question and now I'm a classless narcissist for sharing.

Next time I'll just answer "2013 G23 / Employed" and click Reply.

Cheers,

Dusty

V8_Killer 07-29-2013 12:31 PM

Damnit I left out my mistress! Knew I was forgetting something.

Thanks Jeremiah. F430 Challenge is a serious car. Considered one, but ultimately decided I wanted to keep the Spyder and not get yet-another track-ready car. Respect to anyone that has one, its a beautiful machine for sure.

ToPHeR35 07-29-2013 2:06 PM

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Originally Posted by V8_Killer (Post 1835924)
There's not many ways to say all this and come off as anything other than a bragging jerk, but here goes.

35 years old
Started my first company @ 18 with $500 made as a waiter. Worked 100+ hour weeks for years (not a typo). Dropped out of full-ride college @ 19 to focus on my business and career.

Currently CEO of a performance auto parts company I started in 1999, plus have multiple passive investments (oil/gas, liquor store, stocks/options play, real estate). Owned 3 motorsports companies, the other 2 I bought, but sold them in the last few years to focus on my original motorsports company.

Boat: 2013 G23
Tow: 2011 Tundra

Others:
3 year old who's the light in my life
6 year GF, haven't made her honest yet
Live on 30 acre ranch w/ 5,000 sq. ft. garage, horses, a stocked pond, 4-wheelers track, paintball arena, etc. etc.
Lake house + dock
Multiple sports cars including Ferrari F430 (458 Italia coming soon), GT-R, and 2 Supras. Have previously owned other Ferraris, Lamborghinis (they suck BTW), Porsches, Vipers, etc.
Daily drive Westminster Rover

I put 200 engine hours a year on my boat. Average weekend cost me $400 in fuel alone. I don't give a crap about depreciation from using my toys. I can't stand $100,000 boats anchored with everyone floating and drinking. What a waste. Just like a Ferrari you put 200 miles/year on...sucker. I drive the crap out of my cars and my boat. I live life. Someone else may die with more money in the bank, but I'll die with more good memories, stories, and experiences.

There's no where I'd rather be than on the lake with my daughter, woman, Godson, and good friends. I don't care if you're in a jon boat as long as you're having fun and making memories with those that matter.

And since its "pics or lies" here's my G23 the night I picked it up from Buxton Marine:
http://www.v8killer.com/lake/g23am.jpg

And here's a pic of my 2010 X-Star with my F430. I don't have a pic of the F430 + G23 yet - soon!
http://v8killer.com/xstar/xstar06.jpg


Cheers,

Dusty


Dusty,

When I saw 16 (I'm 25 now) I was obsessed with Toyota Supras and I always saw MVP Motorsports doing custom work on them. I'm guessing this is the same company?

Sick G23 btw!

countryguy1717 07-29-2013 5:49 PM

As the OP I started this thread after a weekend on the lake in reflection drinking a beer in my garage. I don't think anyone here has been an a**hole. It's interesting yo see what all people do and have. From the guy or gal with a 30k a yr job with a great boat who makes their sacrifices elsewhere so that they CAN have that nice boat to the people who started a business it ran wild and now they've got it all. I don't think the "price of your stuff" determines who's the bigger person. I'm just an everyday average military dude with a decent ski boat (used for wakeboarding) a decent rig n house. But i guarantee everyone else out there with modest commodities are having just as much fun with their stuff as the guy with a 100k boat. Or at least they should be making the most out of it.

countryguy1717 07-29-2013 5:55 PM

It's cool to see the many different backgrounds I.e. guys who have been divorced and lost what they had, people who started a business, people who sacrifice other things, people who went from rags to riches to rags again. Just goes to show you (or me) that when I see those awesome boats and trucks that I may be wrong in thinking "that person is a brain surgeon or a professional athlete" in fact this thread has shifted me towards the idea of taking over my family mechanics shop. As one of the posters said, the best way to get what you want is to work for yourself, you determine how much you'll make.

V8_Killer 07-29-2013 9:54 PM

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Originally Posted by ToPHeR35 (Post 1836202)
Dusty,

When I saw 16 (I'm 25 now) I was obsessed with Toyota Supras and I always saw MVP Motorsports doing custom work on them. I'm guessing this is the same company?

Sick G23 btw!



Hi Chris,

Yep, same MVP Motorsports. I still have my first Supra I got in 1998 that started it all for me. I sold my race Supra a decade ago and got out of drag racing, but we still do a lot of custom work on Supras (and many other cool cars).

Thanks for the post, its awesome to see someone who followed MVP back in our young days.

Cheers,

Dusty

V8_Killer 07-29-2013 10:02 PM

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Originally Posted by countryguy1717 (Post 1836230)
But i guarantee everyone else out there with modest commodities are having just as much fun with their stuff as the guy with a 100k boat. Or at least they should be making the most out of it.


I generally think those with more modest boats get more use out of them and overall live life more. I'm speaking in general of course, but I see WAY too many $100k boats floating and everyone drinking all day. Nothing wrong with partying and having a good time, but if you bought a G23 / X-Star / $100k+ boat to anchor and drink all day, every day, you have issues.

I see the people that worked their butts off for what they have tearing it up and having a blast. I can't stand a 5 year old bada$$ boat with 50 hours on it any more than I can stand a 5 year old Ferrari with 1,000 miles on it. Earn it, buy it, use it, and most importantly share the experience with others, you'll be better off for it.

Cheers,

Classless Narcissist

idaho_hillbilly 07-29-2013 10:04 PM

I find it funny that people are commenting on this thread. Think about forums and how people toot their own horn.....

**Check out my wakeboard pictures/video....toot, toot!
**Check out my sweat stereo......toot, toot!
**Check out how much I know about...well, EVERYTHING!.....toot, toot!
**Check out how cool I am.....toot, toot!

So, you guys that don't like to hear some one talk about their stuff, you might want to look in the mirror and see what you talk about on this forum. Plus, if you don't like it.....don't read it.

Maybe we should start talk about Jeeps again?

How about snowmobiles....toot, toot!

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machloosy 07-30-2013 4:40 AM

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Originally Posted by V8_Killer (Post 1836183)
Damnit I left out my mistress! Knew I was forgetting something.

Thanks Jeremiah. F430 Challenge is a serious car. Considered one, but ultimately decided I wanted to keep the Spyder and not get yet-another track-ready car. Respect to anyone that has one, its a beautiful machine for sure.

Not to mention your Supra was my Halo/unicorn car for years. In fact, now that someone else mentioned it, I feel like I read about MVP Motorsports when I was younger as well in tuner mags. Post up that one, we could care less about the Ferrari :D

countryguy1717 02-28-2014 3:39 PM

Did this thread die already?

bcrider 02-28-2014 4:00 PM

Yes, July 30th 2013.

cwb4me 02-28-2014 5:01 PM

Too much tooting going on. People got tired of all the horns.

Heacock03 02-28-2014 6:19 PM

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Age 25
Married
UA 290 Steamfitter
Wifey is an accountant
Boat is a 2013 MXZ
Truck 2010 F-250
She drives a 2007 BMW 550i
Mortgage on a house
5 month old baby
Sorry for iPhone picture :banghead:

Jmorlan 02-28-2014 6:53 PM

24. broke. have a girlfriend, used boat, used truck. But I have rev10's!

you_da_man 02-28-2014 8:02 PM

42yrs old (single)
Retired Texas parole officer at 41
Currently a mud engineer in the oil fields (2 weeks on, 2 weeks off)
2007 Dodge 2500 Mega Cab 5.9L
2008 Moomba XLV (sold)
2011 Axis A22 (current)
2014 Axis A24 (on order)
Home paid off

rexlex01 02-28-2014 8:04 PM

Old tahoe, old nautique, poor but simple life, great family, lots of real true loyal fun friends, , no loans, we work hard odd jobs on weekends/nights when lake is busy, and get the lake all to ourselves during the entire week all of our life. Priceless!!
Time always trumps bling.TOOOT!!

Shane10p 02-28-2014 8:08 PM

One of the best looking MXZs I have seen !! Loved that boat when I saw it at AWS.




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Originally Posted by Heacock03 (Post 1866717)
Age 25
Married
UA 290 Steamfitter
Wifey is an accountant
Boat is a 2013 MXZ
Truck 2010 F-250
She drives a 2007 BMW 550i
Mortgage on a house
5 month old baby
Sorry for iPhone picture :banghead:


phathom 02-28-2014 9:55 PM

Mine is not nearly impressive as anything else posted, but I'll play.

29, communications technian.
No boat yet, I do have a 5 year plan and saving to buy myself a decent, used inboard cash out. Use of family i/o (73 marlin customized and updated) though and friends with wakeboats to spend the summer with.
1976 f150 extended cab - tow rig
2007 Pontiac Vibe - wife's car
Wife 24, married for 5 years, stay at home mom, but is going back to school to be a teacher.
2 3/4 year son who loves the boat
2 month old daughter
Owned a modest house for the last 2 years.
Shared ownership project vehicles with my dad include a 1968 Impala convertible and a 1972 Riviera.
No other real toys except those that go bang.
Only owe about $13k on one car loan and one credit card, no other debt besides the house.
I don't want to finance anything after those are paid off and just pay cash.

As I said, it isn't the most impressive, but we're happy and live within our means. It's been a change, we used to live in nice luxury apartments in the trendy areas of town, I drove a newer BMW and basically lived beyond our means for a while. Recent dialed it back and have been much happier being more financially free. That 13k number is down from what used to be 50k+ 3 years ago.
Feels good man.

brett33 03-01-2014 7:50 AM

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2002 SANTE
2006 LBZ Duramax

brithunsicker 03-01-2014 7:52 AM

19 years old. Graduated from tech schooling while still in high school. Graduated from college with Industrial Technology degree this past semester. Work for a heating and air company. Live on a private lake as a caretaker (perfect side job for anyone on this website). No house payments, literally the only expenses I have right now are gas for my daily driver and boat once summer hits, groceries, and cable. That's about $300 per month in winter and $500-$600 per month in summer. Even lucky enough to drive a company vehicle.
1989 Mastercraft Prostar
1997 Suburban (Tow vehicle, but not really needed anymore, as my lake is in my backyard)
1997 Ranger (Daily driver)
All paid for
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h20king 03-01-2014 8:53 AM

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Originally Posted by Heacock03 (Post 1866717)
Age 25
Married
UA 290 Steamfitter
Wifey is an accountant
Boat is a 2013 MXZ
Truck 2010 F-250
She drives a 2007 BMW 550i
Mortgage on a house
5 month old baby
Sorry for iPhone picture :banghead:

Nick what contractor do you work for?? My wife and I are both UA 290 steamfitter's working for HMC out at intel. Thought I knew most of our members but I do not think we have met

xclay89x 03-01-2014 9:15 AM

I think the real question is are any of ya'll hiring?! These are some sweet setups!

Heacock03 03-01-2014 10:48 AM

I work for Apollo doing service work. Got into the union right after high school and worked for JCI all through the apprenticeship, then moved on to greener pastures. We take the boat out of Chinook 90% of the time and are in the slough, if your ever out there feel free to swing by and say hi. We had a 04 xstar that was bright yellow if you've ever spent time out there you've probably seen us. Thanks for the compliments on the boat as well, we love it.

16igordon 03-01-2014 12:18 PM

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As I'm only 15 I do not own my own boat/car...so I'll just talk about my family.

My dad works in pharmaceuticals for Johnson and Johnson as a biostatistician and I believe also works with pharmeco-epidemiology.

My mom is a professor.

Last year we got a 2008 Malibu Wakesetter 247 rx and my parents are currently trying to sell a 2010 Tahoe Q4-sf.

We live in the off season in a suburb with a 4200ish sqft home and in the summer we live in our little 1500 sqft place on keuka lake (even though it is a little tight for the four of us we find it much cozier and really enjoy staying there).

I, personally, saved up my money and recently got a used Kawasaki stand up jetski (which I have a blast on) and a Ez-go txt which I use to tow it around.

My dad drives a 2012 honda accord, my mom drives a 2011 mercedes ml350, and my brother who is in college drives a 2009 saab 9-3, but I will be driving that soon as he does no need it in college

cwb4me 03-01-2014 1:43 PM

The 247 Wakesetter is Sweet! I like the blue!

16igordon 03-01-2014 4:16 PM

Thanks! Really excited to try it at the lake this summer.

dezul 03-01-2014 4:34 PM

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Originally Posted by 16igordon (Post 1866754)
Thanks! Really excited to try it at the lake this summer.

What do you plan to go to college for. I know a lot of people say major in something you love.....but be realistic, do something you like that makes money. Social work does not make money.

16igordon 03-01-2014 4:38 PM

I'm interested possibly majoring in mechanical engineering and minoring in business, or vise versa. And yes I totally agree that a balance between what makes money and what you are interested in is great. I am really interested in Cornell or RIT...does anyone here have any experience with either of these schools?

Jmorlan 03-01-2014 4:39 PM

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Originally Posted by dezul (Post 1866755)
What do you plan to go to college for. I know a lot of people say major in something you love.....but be realistic, do something you like that makes money. Social work does not make money.


Well in that case, I should have been a vagina doctor..


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dezul 03-01-2014 4:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Jmorlan (Post 1866757)
Well in that case, I should have been a vagina doctor..


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Most of us are too stupid to be a doctor. There is only one doctor wakeboarder I know of. He is Justin Jenkins. He is damn good too.

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FastR3DN3K 03-01-2014 5:12 PM

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Originally Posted by dezul (Post 1866758)
Most of us are too stupid to be a doctor. There is only one doctor wakeboarder I know of. He is Justin Jenkins. He is damn good too.

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Not true, my wife is a doctor as well. While she's certainly no pro or even going wake to wake yet, she definitely likes to get out on the wakeboard from time to time.

dezul 03-01-2014 5:14 PM

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Originally Posted by FastR3DN3K (Post 1866761)
Not true, my wife is a doctor as well. While she's certainly no pro or even going wake to wake yet, she definitely likes to get out on the wakeboard from time to time.

Pics?

jamespjackson95 03-01-2014 6:18 PM

18
Unmarried
21' 2000 Supra launch
1989 21' hydrasports deep sea fishing boat
1994 19' monterey 190
2007 6.0 f250
All paid for.
I'm a trainer, boat flipper, and in school studying mechanical engineering
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16igordon 03-02-2014 8:20 AM

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I posted earlier and mentioned how I bought a ez-go golf cart and a kawasaki stand up ski last year, and I found a pic of my little set up so I thought I would post it.

I got bored one day and built the trailer out of some scrap wood, old bunks, and wagon wheels...it surprisingly works great!

FastR3DN3K 03-02-2014 8:29 AM

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Originally Posted by dezul (Post 1866762)
Pics?

Don't think I have any on my work computer and my personal laptop died. I'll try to get some posted up since we're probably going to get the boat ready to go out for the first time this year when I get home from working offshore. We've both been itching to get some ride time in and this winter in TX has been brutal, so we're probably going to suck it up and start riding at the end of March/first part of April.

Iceberg 03-02-2014 8:55 AM

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so we're probably going to suck it up and start riding at the end of March/first part of April.
Suck it up butter-cup; the ice will probably be 2' thick still up here in Manitoba. It has been a brutal winter - -30*C this morning. :eek:

Back to thread: Airline Pilot. 23V Epic - tough life for a schedule to find a second or a third! Seems I always work when everyone else is playing!:(

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FastR3DN3K 03-03-2014 10:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Iceberg (Post 1866793)
Suck it up butter-cup; the ice will probably be 2' thick still up here in Manitoba. It has been a brutal winter - -30*C this morning. :eek:

Back to thread: Airline Pilot. 23V Epic - tough life for a schedule to find a second or a third! Seems I always work when everyone else is playing!:(

http://farm6.staticflickr.com/5471/1...41342094_z.jpg

Lol, I know, it could be worse, but Texas has had some crazy weather this year too making it tough to man up and get out there. It was close to 80 and I was out riding my motorcycle in a t-shirt about a week ago, now it's in the 20s and sleeting...Every time we think the spring is about here, we get hammered with another wave of crazy winter weather.

I'm digging the Epic, those graphics are sexy. And I feel you on the schedule thing, I work offshore 14 on/14 off, and my wife is a Veterinarian who works a similar schedule to mine so she can be off when I'm home, and all our friends have regular 9-5s. Makes it tough sometimes....

davesetter 03-04-2014 9:00 AM

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48 years old own a medium sized construction company
Wife a RN
1 10 year old boy
Living the dream just boat a house on the lake where we've ridden for the last 15 years
2012 VLX Vapor blue and black for sale
2013 MXZ Metallic red and black
Smaller home with a huge three slip pier with boat house I just built.
Still riding three days a week at least and teaching my son. You only live once right?
Tow vehicle 2012 White Duramax LTZ

tyler97217 03-04-2014 10:16 AM

John
That boat house is just awesome! I want to come spend a weekend there! Nice work

tn_rider 03-04-2014 11:37 AM

I posted earlier in this thread. However ill post again. 22 and still a signalman on the railroad. Just bought into the Little Caesars franchise and will be opening one in a college town here close to home. Also working on a patent on an app I came up with. I'm kinda hoping apple will jump all over it. I'm not one to take financial chances but everyone I talked to said to trademark the idea ASAP. So we'll see what happens!


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99Bison 03-04-2014 11:58 AM

Agree'd :)

99Bison 03-04-2014 2:18 PM

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Originally Posted by 99Bison (Post 1867044)
Agree'd :)

to that boat house weekend comment that is

davesetter 03-04-2014 2:53 PM

Thanks Tyler and Bison. You are welcome any time. I can't wait for it to warm up! I hate to whine about the winter because I know there are a lot of riders with much shorter seasons, but we normally start riding about now. It was 20 here today with a wind chill of 10!


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PotatoShack 03-04-2014 4:14 PM

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Just turned 38 years old restaurant owner.

Wife works for the high School in admissions

Three kids. 15, 17, 19. All girls.

2012 Axis A22
2013 Ram 1500
Wife 2011 pathfinder

Sorry only pic I have on my phone.

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countryguy1717 03-05-2014 12:01 PM

That house on the lake IS THE DREAM

michaelvincz 03-05-2014 1:29 PM

^^^ what Tom said!!!! That place is so sick!!!!

chattwake 03-06-2014 6:58 AM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38v51JvIv0A

WLF 03-06-2014 7:42 AM

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43 years old, single
2 year old yellow lab is my partner in crime
Owner/partners in a few small businesses and real estate investor/landlord, started life as a mechanical engineer for large auto company
live in my dream home on the water, currently very frozen
'14 X Star
'15 Yukon Denali tow vehicle (arrives in 4 weeks actually)

04outback 03-06-2014 6:52 PM

43.. Engaged.. (widowed)
3rd boat...
VP of Sales Operations in a Hunting/Outdoor Company.
Boathouse I built this past year.. haven't painted yet.
http://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j1...ps399f6312.jpg
2011 21V.. I rent it from the Bank!
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2014 GMC Sierra.. rented from the bank too!
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izzy 03-06-2014 7:44 PM

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Age: 39.5
Occupation: 1993 I quit my sweet gig at the local BK and joined the Air Force...its been 21 years and have not gotten myself fired...yet!
Working on my 3rd wife (this one is a keeper) she has access to the posts!
On my second boat...first was an 18 ft Larsen now I have a '06 MB B-52

markj 03-06-2014 11:16 PM

Working on your 3rd??? Gotta ask yourself if YOU are a keeper... Gotta BE one first...

93lxt 03-07-2014 7:50 AM

2012 Z3
Semi retired at 29 years old and bored as **** !!

Wish I lived somewhere warmer that I could ride year round !

tonyv420 03-07-2014 8:23 AM

2004 Avalanche, dishwasher at Mcdonalds

ToddWake 03-07-2014 10:55 AM

25, student, trust fund, any boat I want.

slowwwflowww 03-07-2014 11:02 AM

G25 then^^^^

ToddWake 03-07-2014 11:11 AM

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Originally Posted by slowwwflowww (Post 1867486)
G25 then^^^^


...no a good boat.

cwb4me 03-08-2014 5:12 AM

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Originally Posted by ToddWake (Post 1867487)
...no a good boat.

Oh! Bayliner is more your style.:p

ToddWake 03-08-2014 5:46 AM

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Originally Posted by cwb4me (Post 1867536)
Oh! Bayliner is more your style.:p


My dream boat is a Tige Z3.

h2oskier14 03-08-2014 9:06 AM

26
Construction Superintendent
2008 F-250
2009 Tige RZ2
2011 RZR XP
Ski-Doo Snowmobiles

http://www.tigeowners.com/forum/atta...5&d=1394297630

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gnarslayer 03-09-2014 1:12 PM

23 years old
Wakeboarder / Videographer / Photographer / Wakeboard Instructor at Cables Wakepark
2007 Suzuki Burgman 400 payed cash ;)
Currently live at Cables Wake Park in Penrith NSW Australia
No kids, no debt, having tons of fun
Currently own three 2014 Obrien Wakeboards
I also own boardshorts, life jackets and all the necessities needed to get out and ride.
Currently do not own a boat

my whip
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recent riding spots below

Hawksbury River, Windsor NSW
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Cables Wake Park
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Nepean River NSW Penrith Australia
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michaelvincz 03-12-2014 6:05 AM

Apparently Toddwake has never been in G series boat.... The G's not a good boat....smh that's kinda funny because it has revolutionized the industry standard. And Nautiques make the best quality boat on the market today. We have the awards to prove it and the customers to back us up as top in the industry.

dp513 03-12-2014 6:51 AM

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I'm 22. Union carpenter. Local 35. Have a hot ass gf and a extremely cute mini Aussie pup.
-bought a house in January of 13 for real cheap. Small house but it's already worth 100k more then what I paid. My plan is to buy another one by the end of the year and rent this one out
-2006 dodge ram 2500. All done up
-08 sanger v215
-04 honda civic for my commuter

I live a little outside my means but the way I see it is I wanna enjoy being young. So F*** it


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