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  1. #1
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    Question Looking for old MSP porno

    Specifically, looking for old Matchstick stuff on VHS.

    Pura Vida, Fetish, the Tribe, Soul Sessions...and maybe Nachos and Fear?

    All might be a reach, but anybody got these and are willing to part ways?

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    Looking for old MSP porno

    Ha! I have a plastic pivot template made by Conundrum that was originally made for your 325 bsl. Have mounted tons of skis w (became) my template labeled "Jumper Bones." Haven't seen you post in ages. Not that I'm all that active these days.
    Uno mas

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    If i had them, i wouldn't part with them. Good luck. If there are multiple holders, i'll pick up any Jumper Bones doesn't want.
    I demoed the TECH TALK JONG! pro model this spring and their performance was unparalleled which is good because I ski in a wedge most of the time - bendtheski, 2011

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    Yeah I know it's a reach, but I was able to score Sick Sense off of Amazon this past week! However Amazon or Google searches for The Tribe mainly brings up that shitty Lost Boys sequel, and Fetish gives...interesting results. Don't try that one at work. Pura Vida brings up a lot of other BS too.

    Funnily MSP has posted the intros to each film on YouTube...so they still have them.

    I get it, those that do have it wouldn't be willing to part, and anybody who would probably got rid of all their VHS stuff long ago, but I'm holding out hope.

    Here's a question - when something's that old...piracy wasn't cool back in the day, lots of ski bums copied stuff despite the voodoo hex labels and stuff, but when the item isn't available from the creator a decade or two later do those rules go out the window? Yeah the odds of finding somebody with two VCRs are LONG, or a dual-deck one, but somebody has to. Anybody willing to make me a copy? I'll still pay...

    Quote Originally Posted by Doremite View Post
    Ha! I have a plastic pivot template made by Conundrum that was originally made for your 325 bsl. Have mounted tons of skis w (became) my template labeled "Jumper Bones." Haven't seen you post in ages. Not that I'm all that active these days.
    Yeah, I'm not worthy of the main rooms anymore, have not skied much at all in the past couple years. Would like to change that now that life has settled down somewhat. Mostly post in the Padded Room anymore, but it's definitely been sporadic at times.

    Kinda fun, I held onto an old TV and VCR, it's my retro area. Found my old Sega Genesis and hooked that up to it too, funny man you can leave that thing on a month and it doesn't heat up. Try that with an Xbox...

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    Sick Sense was such a great flic! I still have that VHS as well
    Fear, Doubt, Disbelief, you have to let it all go. Free your mind!

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    Do you need them on VHS? I think some have been digitized (I mean, they must be given the intros on MSP's website), and you can hunt them down extra-legally online. Though I'm not sure I've seen any that old though...

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    I'd contact them directly, bet they still have some layin around. Didn't Scott used to post here? Can't remember his handle. Hope you're doing well G!

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    Huckasoarass???
    Uno mas

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    These aren't for sale (I guess there's not a ton of MSP here anyway) but this thread has conjured up some old memories for sure. Snow Drifters and Ski Theater are likely the two least common shown here. I know I've got some others too: Fetish, Pura Vida, The Continuum, and lots more old Stump stuff, but those appear to be lost in the garage somewhere.

    edit: purchase the Armada Invictus 95ti's I have listed here and I could maybe throw The Tribe in with them!
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    Scott said he was going to get the old stuff converted to digital and make it available....... at some point. But it didn't exactly sound like a high priority. People bug him about it now and then, though, I guess, so maybe it'll happen sometime before too long. I can imagine it being one of those pain in the ass tasks that you just keep putting off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TahoeJ View Post
    Scott said he was going to get the old stuff converted to digital and make it available....... at some point. But it didn't exactly sound like a high priority. People bug him about it now and then, though, I guess, so maybe it'll happen sometime before too long. I can imagine it being one of those pain in the ass tasks that you just keep putting off.
    Should we inundate him?

    I'd pick them up off iTunes for a few bucks a piece.

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    I have MSP's "There's Something About Mcconkey" 2000 and TGR's "Uprising " 1998 on VHS.
    Send me postage and I'll ship them to you.

    The old STUMP Stuff was re-published and sold in 4 or 5 DVD packs by Topics Entertainment. They used to have more titles.
    http://www.topics-ent.com/video/sports-fitness.html

    history of ski films
    http://www.topics-ent.com/video/spor...-ski-film.html

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    I might have all of those. I was planning on donating them to the BBII or whatever that thing is called.

    I think I will have to hold onto my VHS copy of Immersion, though, and maybe one other.

    Why do you want them and are they suddenly worth something (monetarily, I mean--I know they have great value in some way)?
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    I'm just here to say "Holy shit, I miss the old days".

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