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Phoenix_Winch 09-23-2012 2:53 PM

unauthorized voicemail
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wQho3cedXdE

after this we decided to switch lakes, the weekend was incredible, winching all night and had good selection of rails and kickers

ryanw209 09-23-2012 7:29 PM

Hahaha classic

Raf1985 09-23-2012 7:34 PM

What fags, how can you ban winching?

Plus it was a parent that dropped the dime saying that there will be underage consumption? What a retard

wakebordr11 09-23-2012 8:02 PM

Probably some young shredders parent who found out it wasn't a camping trip Jr was going on but an all night brewhaha.

bschall 09-23-2012 10:04 PM

a young shredder that was going to the ASU wakedevils ride day... if they were worried about underage drinking they should have sent the kid to BYU not Arizona State

Raf1985 09-23-2012 10:47 PM

I've heard stories from BYU.......... They just hide it better.

DealsGapCobra 09-24-2012 6:44 AM

Not sure what information they were acting on or what the actual plan was but I think I would be grateful for the call. While the laws may seem like BS they could have just shown up and made your day pretty lousy. I would think that they are pretty much required to act on a tip like that so, in my view, they did the best they could for you and seem very reasonable. I think I would give them a call and ask about the winching, get their perspective and maybe start a campaign to change the law.

wakebordr11 09-24-2012 7:12 AM

Without knowing specific laws, there are probably laws against gathering size, hosting an 'event' without a permit, wakeboarding at night, serving alcohol without permits, having this event on state/federal land etc...

I'm not a proponent of it but I can see where they may see violations

helinut 09-26-2012 11:28 AM

Isn't it awesome that the PUBLIC land you pay for cannot be used by the PUBLIC? Pretty cool. Glad the government watches out for us.

boardman74 09-26-2012 12:56 PM

Guess somebody wasn't feeling the party.

None said they couldn't use public land LEGALLY. My opinion if your serving minors you should get caught. Kids are going to drink and get into enough trouble on there own, they don't need Johnny's dad getting them a keg and partying with them.


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