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I just got home from 10days at Hotham with the kids. Anyone who knows Hotham knows the summit. 

This dude drops a board on the ground, pops a yakuza in the air and screams up the hill, scares piss out of all the people going down. 

Loved it.  Who are you?  You are freaking mad. 

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