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Old 04-23-2008, 06:21 PM   #21
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Go to Brasil and play some extreme hide and seek. They find you, you get robbed =]

Lol, jk. But ay. In Japan, do they actually have a lot of drifting and stuff or was it a illusion caused by The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift?
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Go to Brasil and play some extreme hide and seek. They find you, you get robbed =]

Lol, jk. But ay. In Japan, do they actually have a lot of drifting and stuff or was it a illusion caused by The Fast & The Furious: Tokyo Drift?
I'm sure there is just as much drifting there as there is here....
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Old 04-23-2008, 08:20 PM   #23
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I'm sure there is just as much drifting there as there is here....
Stop refuting my points! lol.

Returning to the matter at hand. Couldn't you visit both? Spend 3 months in one place, then 3 on the other?
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i saw in new zealand they have some huge hills to bomb down on with a longboard (i just started downhill today).
also some fishing and i heard they speak a lot of english down there.
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Stop refuting my points! lol.

Returning to the matter at hand. Couldn't you visit both? Spend 3 months in one place, then 3 on the other?

I could, but that is difficult. I want an established home for atleast 6 months. I'll take week or 2 vacations to other spots around it though if I REAAAALLY want to.
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i saw in new zealand they have some huge hills to bomb down on with a longboard (i just started downhill today).
also some fishing and i heard they speak a lot of english down there.
Yes we do speak english down here, it is the first language
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