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PostPosted: Fri Feb 11, 2005 10:20 pm 
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Location: Im in NH, where men are men & sheep run fast.
Im Jay K, former bassist for STIFF and many other acts over the years,, I own and operate Flying Polack Productions, a small extreme sports video production company...specializing in mtnbiking dvd's.
I record most of the music for these videos on my G in my studio here at my home.
I own a sweet gtr amp, full drum kit, sweet bass, couple gtrs, and am all setup to record, in fact Im doing an album of me playing everything currently.im getting great sounding results.
Im always looking for people to record with, any style, any instrument.....if interested email
almost420@verizon.net

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 12, 2005 8:31 am 
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Jamiroquai wrote:
Im Jay K


:shock:

Your hair is certainly a little unkempt these days(although still typical of your jaunty rakishness), but I can yet see the likeness! I never knew you played bass - is this why you ditched Stuart Zander?

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 14, 2005 9:56 pm 
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bahhhh fuck stewie.... :lol:





now who? :lol:
jamiroquai eh?
Im unfamiliar


dammit.....are you comin here to record w me lys? :lol: :pottytrain5:


Ill buy the beer. :headbang:

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I cannae drink anything anymair!

Jamiroquai is a modern funk writer and is probably equally famously known as Jay K.

One day I'll get to America and have a ball.

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sweet...
no one else around here eh?
hmmm......back to kidnapping local cover band players. :lol:

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You're too far away dude!

You gotta come see me in New Mexico, we have some bitchin' single-traks here, including some of our ski areas where you chairlift up and dive-bomb down.

I'm riding a Specialized FSR for offroad right now, whatcha pedalin'?

What's pedaling in New England like?

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 17, 2005 10:38 pm 
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can i answer w a web address? :lol:

heres my php board....
Ive dressed it up a bit more than the one your on here. :shock:
http://www.flyingpolackproductions.com/phpbb


im boab on the site.
I own the video company... :lol:
riding in new england is like this.....
http://www.homestead.com/420FREERIDERS/ ... teaser.wmv
pardon the lo qual, im a bandwidth miser. :roll:

Im the first rider ya see on the yellow hardtail in the multi frame shot.

myself and my crew all ride AZtech frames, customs built to fit us by one of our crew that owns the company.4130 cro moly......super tough.
for racing we use 8 in travel downhill rigs w avalanche rear shocks and monster t fork up frt.

we race dh, ride skateparks, urban, and tons of freeridng.

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i just got your signature 61....nice touch.

:lol:

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i just got your signature 61....nice touch.


Words I live by - literally, for biking or kayaking. :wink:

I know you now, took a while to make the connection (too many no-helmet days) I asked you about the BOAB handle some time ago.

Skateboard parks and urban? You must be one of those crazy freaks (I mean that in the nicest possible way) I see on "Gravity TV". :headbang:

Way outta my league. :shock:

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Hey, so you're BOAB :lol: !

Not that adds a face to the mysterious Flying Pollack :D .

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yep tis me.....i was boab on the old site too.....just wanted a new name and thought my ibanez looked tasty. :)


and yes,....Im one of the nuts of the sport.
I started out mellow enough 10 years ago racing xc, one day i saw a dh race happen in Maine while I was on my xc rig,and realized that those riders were actually HAPPY, and not suffereing like slaves climbing mile after mile in the 95 degree new england heat...

So i entered a downhill race on my 22 lb ted wojcik xc rig.....didnt break the bike amazingly enough and got hooked on the adrenaline instantly.

that was 11 years a go.....and 2 collarbones, a shoulder, 3 ribs, an ankle and I now have a set of knees better suited for a 90 year old woman....


2 years ago i was the 2nd place hardtail open state champ in NH. :lol: :lol:

last year i didnt race as much, behind the fuckin camera all the time. :roll:





but dam Ive got some stories.

And now I have a succesful video series also. :lol: :lol:


good to hear from ya miceater.....and 61, thats awesome that you do lift serviced rides, you know EXCATLY what Im talkin here. :D

61' pm me your address and Ill send ya a copy of the race dvd I did last year. :lol: :lol:

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I eat my bass. wrote:
So i entered a downhill race on my 22 lb ted wojcik xc rig.....didnt break the bike amazingly enough and got hooked on the adrenaline instantly.


That really is amazing enough :lol: ! DH on a XC bike :shock: ! Damned, you sure gots 'dem ballz, I tells ya :lol: !!!

I was riding in the swiss pro snowboard series for 4 years when I was between 17 and 21yrs old. Giant slalom as well as slalom, but lost the fighting spirit after breaking my hip :wink: .

Extreme sports are just great... though DH biking is way beyond GS snowboarding :lol: !

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MicEater wrote:
I eat my bass. wrote:
So i entered a downhill race on my 22 lb ted wojcik xc rig.....didnt break the bike amazingly enough and got hooked on the adrenaline instantly.


That really is amazing enough :lol: ! DH on a XC bike :shock: ! Damned, you sure gots 'dem ballz, I tells ya :lol: !!!

I was riding in the swiss pro snowboard series for 4 years when I was between 17 and 21yrs old. Giant slalom as well as slalom, but lost the fighting spirit after breaking my hip :wink: .

Extreme sports are just great... though DH biking is way beyond GS snowboarding :lol: !


Well dont be too impressed, I bought a crazy dh bike the next week. :lol:

....Ive seen that snowboard stuff.....def crazy....I tried to snowboard one day....... :roll:
By the end of the day I could ride.
But also by the end of the day, I felt as though I had fallen out the door of a 747 at 40k feet and landed on my ass. :shock: :shock:
hats off to the boarders......I just cant hang....too much asspain. :shock:
I need my happy elan 185's, a couple beers, and whatever else.....but Im no boarder....
Wich sucks for me really......All of my riding crew are snowboarders.....every dam one of em.
Not a skier in the bunch. :cry:
So.......I snowmobile now. :twisted:
Been at it for like 8 years, had a few diff machines....now I have a ski doo rev x 600, its awesome. I actually did a snocross race on it last year, I got beat bad, but I hit some pretty huge jumps!!! :lol: :lol:

any of you have sno machines>?


and to change the subject even further.....I bought my first
Harley last year!!!!!!....buying a brand new one as soon as i sell the old one. 8)

dam I just typed alot. :shock:

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I felt as though I had fallen out the door of a 747 at 40k feet and landed on my ass. :shock: :shock:


Yep, that's the spirit :lol: !

I'm not going to tell you, that with another 2 days of pain you would've been over it :wink: .

3 days of pain, followed by a life full of joy :D

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MicEater wrote:
I eat my bass. wrote:
I felt as though I had fallen out the door of a 747 at 40k feet and landed on my ass. :shock: :shock:


Yep, that's the spirit :lol: !

I'm not going to tell you, that with another 2 days of pain you would've been over it :wink: .

3 days of pain, followed by a life full of joy :D



hmm......where have I heard that before?

oh yeah I remember, From every dam one of you guys Ive ever met!!!! :lol: :lol:

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Man, it's a small world.

When I went to school in Ann Arbor I lost it on Lake St. Claire doing about 80 MPH on a three cyl. Massey Ferguson. Haven't been on a snowmobile since. :lol:

I used to ski, but a broken femur cured me of that. Never learned to board, but they do make it look like fun don't they?

I was road biking up to Sandia Crest one day, when I got to the top with my quads screaming I saw some DH'ers headed down the ski run having a blast and when I saw how they were getting back up - that was it for me!

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I eat my bass. wrote:
.....I bought my first
Harley last year!!!!!!....buying a brand new one as soon as i sell the old one.


Now yer talkin'!

Pictures please. And nae excuses as you mentioned above you have to do camera work :wink:

Harley: one of those genuinely iconic American arts - and there is no doubt that it is art - that so seduced me when I first took an interest in the country.

As cool as a Les Paul on wheels.

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.....I bought my first
Harley last year!!!!!!....buying a brand new one as soon as i sell the old one.




ahhhhhhhhh Motorcycles.......I'll have to post a few pics of mine. A 40's style Indian replica I built and my vintage turbocharged CX650 Honda. (one of only 1700 built) "Injection is nice , but I'd rather be blown" :lol: I've owned numerous Harleys over the years but , I just couldn't deal with having to fix them all the time. But.........they are as American as it gets. Right up there with a 40's classic American hot rod. (got one of them too) .

I love this country. Only on America! Home of the brave and horsepower!

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dam.....this thread rules....


let me see if I can slap up some pics......


you all should put up some pics too.....lets see that indian!!!!
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any takers?
4k and shes all yours... :lol:

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Sportster? That's your wife's bike right?
:lol: :lol: :lol: ]

Just kidding Eat.........$4K is a smoking deal.

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