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Whats your favorite hobbies?

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Of course mine is atving and building websites. Hopefully some day I will be able to retire and travel to more parks, enjoy the outdoors, and not to have to worry about money. I also want to spend more time developing websites centered around ATV's like atvlounge.com - Home. Enjoy talking with visitors and like to see whats going on in the chat room, especially when the topics are HOT. Thanks

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music is huge for me.

thats why im a proud owner of a very expensive ipod lol

atv's are a given...computers....movies are big too. [cloverfield was sweet]

um...paintball...videogames...the normal teenage things..

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Of course mine is atving and building websites. Hopefully some day I will be able to retire and travel to more parks, enjoy the outdoors, and not to have to worry about money. I also want to spend more time developing websites centered around ATV's like atvlounge.com - Home. Enjoy talking with visitors and like to see whats going on in the chat room, especially when the topics are HOT. Thanks

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I use to play everysport out there. Now I mostly just ride or play my drums. I love music, it is a huge passion of mine. I play my share of Xbox. I love those racing games. I like taking pictures. I love being outside.

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quaddin'....photography.....golf....pool....movies/dvds....surfing porn while eating CheezDoodles™......

I used to play a TON of softball...when I was HEALTHY!!!!!!!! BLEH!

Tom D

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Well I love taking pictures and I LOVE riding... bowling, playing my keyboard(not a pro but getting better)lol

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Mine is video games, hunting, fishing, riding of course. I also like golf but can't seem to find the money or time to play. I mostly like spending time with my family and friends.

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Easy there Pal, I have the Xbox360 elite. and a PS2. I mostly play the Xbox 360. Set up on a high def. 37" LCD flat screen. My lady is a technology junky. Everything top of the line.

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yeah i havent got a new generation system yet but i plan on a ps3.

my sisters boyfriend has one and i play it all the time..

try a PS3 on a 49" HD.

one word.

INSANE.

plus microsoft makes you pay for online. how gay is that?:laugh:

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hey ajmboy... not sure why site didn't work for you.. its atvlounge.com . Check it out when you have some time. I know I will be glad when this weather passes, we are getting around 8 inches of snow here in Missouri. Its been a hectic winter. I rode on sunday, it was in the 70's... today its snowing like crazy.. I love this weather Thanks

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I like hanging out with my family, riding (don't get to much) bowling in a league, training my dogs, and cheering for my kids at swim meets, and dancing.

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:brickwall:I think I would hurt myself with the Wii.!:brickwall:

haha yeah my boyfriend and I were playin on new years and drinking ( not smart ) and he wacked me in the shoulder playin tennis. When we were playin golf he wacked himself really hard in the head. So as long as there is no drinking involved you should be safe lol

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yeah i havent got a new generation system yet but i plan on a ps3.

my sisters boyfriend has one and i play it all the time..

try a PS3 on a 49" HD.

one word.

INSANE.

plus microsoft makes you pay for online. how gay is that?:laugh:

I want a PS3 so i can play the new MX vs ATV game they have out. They have it for the wii but its not as good graphics.:wink:

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I have that game on Xbox360. I love it. I play that, Dirt, and Rock Band. I'm a 28 year old dork during the winter, the summer I take out the TRX450 every chance I get.

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Me and my old room mates use to make potato launchers all the time. We actually put a potato completely through a refrigerator.

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