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    If these people ever met Eddie in person they would have a much different opinion. But honestly even this negative attention is flattering. No one is asking for their opinions yet they feel compelled to voice it at Wayslife's expense, just not sure why they are so negative. Wayalife videos are very entertaining and educational and as Eddie has expressed many things are edited and cut out so the viewer does not know everything that happened. I picture these mouth breathers sitting in their double wides with a can if PBR talking about how they would do so much better with their '74 Toyota and we're all idiots. Just STFU and eat your hungry man dinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    This guy just doesn't know when to quit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - looks like we have more...

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    I have to say, I've been holding my tongue on this as I know it doesn't apply to everyone up in the PNW but I gotta say, if there's one thing I couldn't stand about wheeling up there - it's all the self-righteous people I met along the way who all felt the need to preach at us, look down at us and brag at us about how much better they are and how we do everything wrong. All I would hear over and over again is how we shouldn't be wheeling on their trails. I mean really, I've never met so many unwelcoming wheelers in my entire life.
    Lol he called you a newb.
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    pulled the wrong quote but here's my rant


    My personal faveriote " Deep Pockets" . This always shows up some place when people are bashing WAL or the Jeep community. I have the same house, Same wife, Same amount of kids and the same job as i did when i wheeled my 87 SAS'ed 4Runner but now i got a Jeep so i must know less about wheeling,Less trail cred and rely on my deep pockets to get my through the tuffy mc tuff trails only hard core yota guys can do in thier stockers..lol Just my little rant sorry but seirously it just shows how short sighted people are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    LOL - looks like we have more...

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    I have to say, I've been holding my tongue on this as I know it doesn't apply to everyone up in the PNW but I gotta say, if there's one thing I couldn't stand about wheeling up there - it's all the self-righteous people I met along the way who all felt the need to preach at us, look down at us and brag at us about how much better they are and how we do everything wrong. All I would hear over and over again is how we shouldn't be wheeling on their trails. I mean really, I've never met so many unwelcoming wheelers in my entire life.
    Unfortunately there are a lot of the arrogant preachy types up there. I have family in Oregon, Idaho, and Washington and every time I go to visit it seems like some dbag is saying how people from the Midwest don't know how to wheel or our rigs are too flashy for their trails. With that being said, I have met some really cool people up there as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hot94Z8 View Post
    Where was this at so I don't go to these trails? I want to have fun not be hassled about my rig.
    This was posted up on the Elbe Hills video but I heard smack like this all over the PNW. Again, this isn't everyone up there and there are a tons of great Jeepers you'll meet but I was surprised at how many JK haters there were and how often I came across them and how vocal they are. They literally felt like it was their duty to tell you how there's no way a rig like ours could run their trails - DON'T EVEN BOTHER. Of course, they were always friendly about it and made it sound like they were doing you some kind of favor but it definitely left a bad taste.

    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Lol he called you a newb.
    Well, he said it on the internet so it must be true - BONJOUR

    Quote Originally Posted by Slavens View Post
    pulled the wrong quote but here's my rant


    My personal faveriote " Deep Pockets" . This always shows up some place when people are bashing WAL or the Jeep community. I have the same house, Same wife, Same amount of kids and the same job as i did when i wheeled my 87 SAS'ed 4Runner but now i got a Jeep so i must know less about wheeling,Less trail cred and rely on my deep pockets to get my through the tuffy mc tuff trails only hard core yota guys can do in thier stockers..lol Just my little rant sorry but seirously it just shows how short sighted people are.
    Insecure people will always feel the need to puff themselves up.

    Quote Originally Posted by tastethebeast View Post
    Unfortunately there are a lot of the arrogant preachy types up there. I have family in Oregon, Idaho, and Washington and every time I go to visit it seems like some dbag is saying how people from the Midwest don't know how to wheel or our rigs are too flashy for their trails. With that being said, I have met some really cool people up there as well.
    Again, there are a lot of great folks up there and like you, I have friends and family who live there. I've just traveled and wheeled across a better part of this country and honestly, this was the first time that I've had multiple people who claim to be Jeepers or wheelers of some sort of off road rig come up and tell me how our Jeep is too big for their trails or how there's no way we could run them so don't even bother. Up until now, I have never met anyone who would try and discourage me from running a trail. It felt very territorial and very unwelcoming. Kinda sad really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Well, he said it on the internet so it must be true - BONJOUR
    Good thing you have the March 7-8 : Newbie Run/Camping Trip coming up so you can learn to wheel, as we don't want this happening to you

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    I get what you're saying Eddie about some of us up here. Without defending the dumbass' I'll say that its because we only have a few ORV parks for offroading and these guys get very protective of them. The State has taken tons of spots away because of careless douchebags. But what kills me is that most of these guys have never ventured off the sanctioned ORV trails. I once belonged to a club that would run Elbe hills every weekend....it got boring fast so I left. Once you start exploring the National Forests and or leave the state, you'll never go back to the states ORV parks. Elbe hills has a reputation of being the the domain of the "you ain't wheelin' if you ain't breaking shit" tweeker crowd. I love that the guy was so concerned about the potential damage to a 100' tree by rigging a little higher up the trunk but made no comment of the giant un-natural 10' pit right next to it.

    Keep up the great vids!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stweasel View Post
    Good thing you have the March 7-8 : Newbie Run/Camping Trip coming up so you can learn to wheel, as we don't want this happening to you

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