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Old 03-10-2012, 02:37 PM
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Originally Posted by jakethebt View Post
It does not help support the boat industry. I would like to think that it would make better glass on the lakes, but I am afraid the boarders would only be replaced with less considerate tubers...
Another consideration is that if cable gets too big our lakes will be like skiing on mini-golf courses with all the obstacles that'll be floating out there.


I'm kidding, of course. Terrain is what makes the cable videos popular. Much more interesting than similar looking flips and spins behind the boat to the average viewer. Not to mention the danger level increases with the addition of solid objects to damage yourself on.
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