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Old 03-01-2012, 11:04 PM   #1
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This is one of our new guys.He has used the box 3 times now . Once with small box and this was his second time with 10". Pretty tuff garage considering all the sht in the way. Hes not the fastest but is on the right path. I show a real rough edge to show you guys,, I know he will view vid also. tried talking him into doing from ground (I showed him an example....on a couple runs) but it was pretty tall . Be easy on him

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Old 03-01-2012, 11:20 PM   #2
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You're too nice to the help! No yelling, cussing, running him hard till he runs off into a corner room to cry... He should know that he is lucky to be with ya

Not bad for a pup, but yeah, long handle off the ground would of been great for him haha
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YES (thats the music)

Considering his experience the guy is doing great. Get it done right and speed will come later.

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Not bad at all for a newb!!
Like Mudshark said. Get it done right and speed will come later.
Im surprised he's able to walk on stilts as well as he can if he has that little experience. Good job pro-b!
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Hey Chris, Imagine how much better he would be with a Columbia box instead of that Blueline tool.



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Not bad at all for a newb!!
Like Mudshark said. Get it done right and speed will come later.
Im surprised he's able to walk on stilts as well as he can if he has that little experience. Good job pro-b!
Hes got alot of experience with stilts just not boxin. Hes hung rock and done a lil T-bar/framing. Been giving a crash course pretty hard the last few weeks (taping) and they are doing good they dont even know what the hell is going on yet
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BOOO!!, nah j/k!

Is that hard edge from him, or bad board?
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BOOO!!, nah j/k!

Is that hard edge from him, or bad board?
Standups in garage with hardly no room to stand... and him . We dont see a high shoulder prob very often 5/8 .The rest of the edges werent too bad considering hes still pretty green,he can sand himself and learn from it.
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Standups in garage with hardly no room to stand... and him . We dont see a high shoulder prob very often 5/8 .The rest of the edges werent too bad considering hes still pretty green,he can sand himself and learn from it.
That will teach him!
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