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  1. #14451
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aldo View Post
    Do you ever ski those 196 Lhasas I sold you?


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  2. #14452
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTskibum View Post
    Posted but more in the Wasatch thread, but after 2 days of cancelled flights, including a 5am that de-boarded. Took taxi back to hotel before red eye and lunatic SLC taxi driver blew a corner w/in sight of hotel and went over the curb w my whole family inside. Weíre all fine, but weíre laughing our asses off as he embarrassingly apologizes and drops us off. Thatís a first despite having many many nearby death cab experiences.

    Driver trying to shove front end back together.


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    As terrifying as the cabs were in Bucharest, none of the ones I was in cracked up. Abjectly terrifying. Probably because they were all drunker than I was.

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    Yesterday so not exactly right now. Junior comp going down during my ski session at Canada Olympic Park.

  5. #14455
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    This new generation of skiers is pretty amazing man. Kids these days...

  6. #14456
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  7. #14457
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    Quote Originally Posted by skiballs View Post
    What the fuck are you doing at the rodeo in Texas?


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    I'm a man of the world never limit yourself

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
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    Getting your riot on?

  9. #14459
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    Hells no. If I didn't go to downtown P town. I'm sure not doing anything in France.
    Super mellow everywhere, you'd never know the city folk were having a fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by k2skier112 View Post
    Hells no. If I didn't go to downtown P town. I'm sure not doing anything in France.
    Super mellow everywhere, you'd never know the city folk were having a fit
    Looked like a French statue there

  11. #14461
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    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    This new generation of skiers is pretty amazing man. Kids these days...
    I grew up skiing in the 80ís and pulling off a 360 pretty much made you king of the hill. Things have levelled up in ways we could have never even imagined.

  12. #14462
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfred View Post
    I'm a man of the world never limit yourself

    are you quoting benny there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Name Redacted View Post
    This new generation of skiers is pretty amazing man. Kids these days...
    Saban factor. I'm all about it.
    Is it radix panax notoginseng? - splat

  14. #14464
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    Quote Originally Posted by fastfred View Post
    I'm a man of the world never limit yourself
    Have attended that rodeo and it is quite the event. Wonderful food, $1200 cowboy belts for sale, top riders, great people watching. Just it’s own atmosphere. Would go again. Fred is on the money.

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    Yesterday so not exactly right now. Junior comp going down during my ski session at Canada Olympic Park.
    Hells yes! Get some, little bumpers!

    A Japan grab in the bumps makes me smile.



    Quote Originally Posted by MakersTeleMark View Post
    Moseley factor. I'm all about it.
    FIFY. Kicked the first brick out the FIS wall in terms of bump skiing as it was as to how it is now.
    I still call it The Jake.

  16. #14466
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    Looked like a French statue there
    Chamonix

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpinord View Post
    Custom Wagner skis & graphics are common sightings. Like Icelantics and others, their graphics are pretty cool, but also come in unlimited possibilities. I wish I got a shot of Bob Gleason's (founder of BootDoctor's) '4th Gen CO skier', ski graphics by Wagner. During a enjoyable Plunge Lift ride, he described the images on his skis from his 1960's vintage dad through grandkid photos on the skis. Very well done. He said he had Wagner model them after the Bonafide. Great and colorful guy living the dream and smiling all the way.

    (IIRC, I think he said he skied 53k ft in 4 hours during the Telluride vertical challenge the other day at 71 years young.)
    I hope Pete is also living the dream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny H View Post
    Have attended that rodeo and it is quite the event. Wonderful food, $1200 cowboy belts for sale, top riders, great people watching. Just it’s own atmosphere. Would go again. Fred is on the money.
    can't wait for next year
    almost as fun as the new york state fair
    but surprisingly we noticed an absence of complete white trash that loves the nys fair

    the $500 leather puffy jacket at the king ranch booth was a winner for sure
    the prayer before the rodeo made me feel like a real american
    you can never go wrong with gnawing on a hormone filled giant turkey leg as you walk down the midway

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    watch out for snakes

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    Not right now but last night.

    A pull cable on my garage door snapped last night. Caused the whole door to get misaligned. Neighbor and I couldn’t get it down (yes we tried the emergency release). So I pulled the minivan across the garage entry, and slept in it with the pup overnight. We live in an old neighborhood in a metro so leaving it unattended with skis, bikes, tools, and a Miata wasn’t really an option.

    Fun times. Pros arrive in an hour to fix.

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    Van looks two tone in that pic. Kinda sick!

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  23. #14473
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    Quote Originally Posted by zion zig zag View Post
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    Goddam - that's nice.

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    ^^^^ Nice
    Quote Originally Posted by leroy jenkins View Post
    I think you'd have an easier time understanding people if you remembered that 80% of them are fucking morons.
    That is why I like dogs, more than most people.

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    The Perfect Kiss Is The Kiss of Death - New Order.
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    Barcelona

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