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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkasquawlik View Post
    That is a good suggestion. Though I do actually dig responding to people with legitimate questions and legit criticism. So it's a balance for sure. But over a decade on this forum and I've learned pretty easily how to deal with the trolls...plus I find it fun to hit the block button.
    I always considered blocking someone "losing". Its more fun to egg them on to me. When I get blocked I 100% consider it a win...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    I always considered blocking someone "losing". Its more fun to egg them on to me. When I get blocked I 100% consider it a win...
    That's fucked up man. To most of the people who post content, it isn't some game. They are making something and sharing it. So to show up and be such an asshole that they don't ever want to talk to you again takes a real toll on the person on the other side. Multiply that by ten or a hundred or a thousand for every other keyboard dickhead out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermoon View Post
    That's fucked up man. To most of the people who post content, it isn't some game. They are making something and sharing it. So to show up and be such an asshole that they don't ever want to talk to you again takes a real toll on the person on the other side. Multiply that by ten or a hundred or a thousand for every other keyboard dickhead out there.
    In the comments section man? You misunderstood. I mean egg on the trolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skidog View Post
    In the comments section man? You misunderstood. I mean egg on the trolls.

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    Oh got it. Yes, I did misunderstand. Carry on.

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    "That first turn was a little airy, eh Bjarne?" Heh. My Elvis leg still hasn't disengaged, and it's been a few days since I watched the video.

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    I saw TGRs Winterland last night...the segment with Jeremy Jones was entirely too short


    When does the Fifty start up again?

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    October 2nd

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    Quote Originally Posted by _______ View Post
    I saw TGR’s Winterland last night...the segment with Jeremy Jones was entirely too short


    When does the Fifty start up again?
    I thought they did a great job with the limited time they had to show the adventure. Good thing is, a very "Fifty-esque" version of that plus more will be coming out in a short-film I'm calling "Peak Obsession". It'll of course be released online this fall (late-November) but will be showing at a few film festivals beforehand.

    List so far is:
    High Fives in Annecy, FR on October 6th
    IF3 in Montreal, October 17th-19th.
    The Backcountry Film Festival - Touring to a local area near you.
    The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival on November 14th in Vancouver, BC. (Will be speaking there too)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkasquawlik View Post
    I thought they did a great job with the limited time they had to show the adventure. Good thing is, a very "Fifty-esque" version of that plus more will be coming out in a short-film I'm calling "Peak Obsession". It'll of course be released online this fall (late-November) but will be showing at a few film festivals beforehand.

    List so far is:
    High Fives in Annecy, FR on October 6th
    IF3 in Montreal, October 17th-19th.
    The Backcountry Film Festival - Touring to a local area near you.
    The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival on November 14th in Vancouver, BC. (Will be speaking there too)
    Oh nice! I was wondering if it would be showing in MTL! Sweeet!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkasquawlik View Post
    I thought they did a great job with the limited time they had to show the adventure. Good thing is, a very "Fifty-esque" version of that plus more will be coming out in a short-film I'm calling "Peak Obsession". It'll of course be released online this fall (late-November) but will be showing at a few film festivals beforehand.

    List so far is:
    High Fives in Annecy, FR on October 6th
    IF3 in Montreal, October 17th-19th.
    The Backcountry Film Festival - Touring to a local area near you.
    The Vancouver International Mountain Film Festival on November 14th in Vancouver, BC. (Will be speaking there too)
    This is the stuff I wish we had here at "the Meeting" in Aspen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grskier View Post
    This is the stuff I wish we had here at "the Meeting" in Aspen.
    I missed submission deadline I think. Was trying to go but saw they weren't really taking films of the length I produced and din't seem like I was on time for submission.

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    Stoked to see sum moar adventures this season.
    watch out for snakes

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    looking forward to watching

    hopefully more talk about gourds!!!
    I ski the east.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alkasquawlik View Post
    I missed submission deadline I think. Was trying to go but saw they weren't really taking films of the length I produced and din't seem like I was on time for submission.
    I'm guessing you were looking at the NEPSA portion of the program. I'd bet they'd figure a way to fit you into everything else....

    Let me know if you'd like a contact there.

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    Usually you guys are faster than this....

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    Middle Teton! sick.

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    That looked downright fun.

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    Nice!
    Way to incorporate some other stories into your project. It adds richness and layering to the reasons we love seeing these adventures.

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    Another A+ film with bonus story. In general, I really like your balance of the climb, the story, and the skiing in all your films.
    Well maybe I'm the faggot America
    I'm not a part of a redneck agenda

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    So psyched this is back. Nice work as always, Alka.

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    Definitely looking forward to watching your adventures again this year

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    Damn, that was definitely stoke inducing.
    Great watch over the lunch hour, thanks!

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    The skiing is just the medium.

    The medium for the snowsliding, but mostly for talking story, for the filtering and ordering of life, for making plans in pencil, for taking it all in while we can.

    I love it. Thanks.
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    Super excited about this. This series is the first time online content has gotten me as amped for skiing / ski season like finally receiving the season's DVDs in the mail. Way to win the internet, cody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NWFlow View Post
    Super excited about this. This series is the first time online content has gotten me as amped for skiing / ski season like finally receiving the season's DVDs in the mail. Way to win the internet, cody.
    Well said. Ill second that.

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