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  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd mate View Post
    Not this weekend but this quote will irritate me for a long time.
    I quit basketball my sr. year in HS to ski. so i join the (very casual)ski team having never raced before.
    This turd in a speed suit on the way up a 600 ft slalom run on my first race day looks me up and down and asks "do you ski for bishop fenwick?" as it is written on my bib.
    I say "yeah" looking at my bib and seeing the name and number on it.
    Then i say "looks like we will be racing agianst each other?"
    he then says while shaking his head, "No spyder gear? You obviously dont take your racing that seriously!"
    me -silence
    circa 95-96
    2ndmate, was this douche from St Johns? I assume you are ripping the sick GS run next to the 'bump' trail at bradford.
    Progress isn't made by early risers. It's made by lazy men trying to find easier ways to do something.

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    Riding the chair with a copuple of german tourists on a big day:


    1st one, really exhausted, breathing hard:

    "Oh my god, i hate that powder, once you're trapped in there it takes ages to get back on the piste......."

    2nd one, totally covered with snow:

    "Yeah, we really picked the wrong week for our holidays, you can't even enjoy your run, always have to watch out for that nasty powder patches..."

    They look at us, we're also covered with snow:

    1st:
    "Having trouble with the snowmasses as well, eh?!"

    reply:

    "Yes, no matter what we do, we end up in the powder the whole season"


    chairride over and out

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    Quote Originally Posted by KillingCokes View Post
    Says the man from Albaquerque
    You apparently didn't read the second sentence in that post. Or maybe I was unclear. I wouldn't hold it against anyone for saying that to me. Albuquerque is definitely a sub-optimal place to live if you ski.

    AFAIK, it goes like this: Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness
    If you're a relatively moral, ethical person, there's no inherent drive to kiss ass and beg for forgiveness and promise to never do it again, which is what mostly goes on in church. -YetiMan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post
    You apparently didn't read the second sentence in that post. Or maybe I was unclear. I wouldn't hold it against anyone for saying that to me. Albuquerque is definitely a sub-optimal place to live if you ski.

    AFAIK, it goes like this: Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness
    Texas is better than Hell? Maybe I'm not familiar enough with Hell, but it would be hard to imagine it being worse than Texas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post
    Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness

    [OT]thanks for my new sig![/OT]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post

    AFAIK, it goes like this: Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness


    Detroit's about an hour east of Hell.
    "Those 1%ers are not an avaricious "them" but in reality the most entrepreneurial of "us". If we had more of them and fewer grandstanding politicians, we would all be better off."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post
    AFAIK, it goes like this: Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness
    I'm not sure why you put Denver as greater than happiness, but I'll agree with the rest of that.
    Living vicariously through myself.

  8. #108
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post
    You apparently didn't read the second sentence in that post. Or maybe I was unclear. I wouldn't hold it against anyone for saying that to me. Albuquerque is definitely a sub-optimal place to live if you ski.

    AFAIK, it goes like this: Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness
    insert IndianOhiollinois.

  9. #109
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    Quote Originally Posted by Garrett View Post
    AFAIK, it goes like this: Hell>Detroit>Texas>Albuquerque>Denver>Happiness

    > Means "Greater than"

    So by your logic Hell is greater than Detroit is greater than Texas etc...

    I don't think that's what you meant. Maybe it is and I'm just being a JONG.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd mate View Post
    Not this weekend but this quote will irritate me for a long time.
    I quit basketball my sr. year in HS to ski. so i join the (very casual)ski team having never raced before.
    This turd in a speed suit on the way up a 600 ft slalom run on my first race day looks me up and down and asks "do you ski for bishop fenwick?" as it is written on my bib.
    I say "yeah" looking at my bib and seeing the name and number on it.
    Then i say "looks like we will be racing agianst each other?"
    he then says while shaking his head, "No spyder gear? You obviously dont take your racing that seriously!"
    me -silence
    circa 95-96
    Haaa. Is your name Stan Marsh the darsh?!
    So local it hurts...

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    Somebody needs to learn what the "greater than" and "less than" signs mean.

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    Hmm, yes, I didn't mean to use this ">" with the meaning of greater than. Simply meant to use it as an arrow. As in, hell, then texas (which is perhaps questionable as bite me notes) then the rest. I don't know where the rest of the midwest goes in there...never lived there.
    If you're a relatively moral, ethical person, there's no inherent drive to kiss ass and beg for forgiveness and promise to never do it again, which is what mostly goes on in church. -YetiMan

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    You could use this -> next time. People can get confused. Very entertaining for a monday.

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    Now i know why dead setlists always look so dumb on the internetz.
    StokePimpin' ain't easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by gg8983 View Post
    2ndmate, was this douche from St Johns? I assume you are ripping the sick GS run next to the 'bump' trail at bradford.
    negative on THE PREP, He was from phillips andover or phillips exeter or terrance and philip or something.
    AND yeah we killed Bradford
    A woman reported to police at 6:30 p.m. that she was being "smart-mouthed."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Pappagiorgio View Post
    With a join date of 9/07?

    That has to be pretty unimpossible.
    Oh shit! Now you've done it! Cue gonehuckin, TyWebb to entirely miss the point, and Steven S. Dallas less so...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill.H View Post
    Original join date 12/99 - changed to Bullet 10/03, Changed Bill.H. 9/07.

    Pay attention sweetpea.
    Duh! Shit that is TOTALLY obvious! Pull your head out of your ass! All you'd have to do is look at Bill H.'s first post to see how clearly that was laid out!

    Apparently you (Nick Papagiorgio) don't know the first rule of TGR: If you are going to respond to someone's post it is your responsibility to look at and completely read all posts they have posted previously. Then (this is still rule 1) you have to search the entire forum to make sure there was not name change. If you don't find any info regarding this on the current TGR forum it is YOUR responsibility to repeat this process on Big Lines, New Schoolers, Alpine Zone, etc.

    This post makes me smile even more because I know I'm on Bill H.'s ignore list .

    okbye

    EDIT: I forgot my contribution:

    On the lift I heard a flat lander tell another that he bangs chicks all the time in ski towns. The trick is tell them you're someone famous. He always claimed to be Skogen McConkey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpinerider View Post
    You could use this -> next time. People can get confused. Very entertaining for a monday.
    Clearly a better option, will keep that in mind for next time.
    If you're a relatively moral, ethical person, there's no inherent drive to kiss ass and beg for forgiveness and promise to never do it again, which is what mostly goes on in church. -YetiMan

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Now i know why dead setlists always look so dumb on the internetz.
    As far as setlists go there is actually some difference between ">" and "->".....forgot where I saw this explanation though

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOHSHSIHd View Post
    As far as setlists go there is actually some difference between ">" and "->".....forgot where I saw this explanation though
    IIRC, > is a segue without a pause (i.e, Tweezer > Izabella from 12/7/97, Palace of Auburn Hills), -> is a segue with a slight pause (Tube -> Dayton Jam from 12/9/97 Nutter Center)
    Quote Originally Posted by Roo View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by encore View Post
    Somebody needs to learn what the "greater than" and "less than" signs mean.
    ^^Do you have a funny quote, or are you going to just pick fights all day?^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rontele View Post
    -> is a segue with a slight pause (Tube -> Dayton Jam from 12/9/97 Nutter Center)

    Good choice!
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    Wink

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill.H View Post
    ^^Do you have a funny quote, or are you going to just pick fights all day?^^
    I contributed to all the dozen or so other "gaper quote" threads that have appeared over the years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by encore View Post
    I contributed to all the dozen or so other "gaper quote" threads that have appeared over the years.
    With a join date of 12/07?

    That has to be pretty unimpossible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill.H View Post
    With a join date of 12/07?

    That has to be pretty unimpossible.
    Things are not as always as they seem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmsummit View Post
    Good choice!
    I knew you'd approve.
    Quote Originally Posted by Roo View Post
    I don't think I've ever seen mental illness so faithfully rendered in html.

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