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    Thumbs down Chump callout: "Keith" from Berkeley

    http://sfbay.craigslist.org/eby/spo/211240665.html

    Salomon AK Rocket Lab Swallowtail - Powder Skis - $500 (berkeley)

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    Date: 2006-09-23, 11:03AM PDT


    Salomon AK Rocket Lab Swallowtail
    Retail is $998


    If you want the most hardcore ski on the market this is it! These are the lab, which means they are hand made and inspected in a separate factory by Salomonís top people. These skis are for experts

    the pair I am selling is brand new never mounted, however I also have a pair for myself, and they rip. Nevertheless, don't take my word for it check out the reviews on Teton Gravity. Here is the link:
    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...ead.php?t=4324

    The ski sounds large at 195cm (only size they are made in) but the swallowtail makes it ski 10cm shorter

    Here are the specs:
    Dimensions:
    130/95/114mm
    Turn Radius:
    25m
    Top Sheet:
    Monocoque Titanium Spaceframe with Edge Platform (reinforced sidewalls)
    Base Material:
    Graphite UHMW
    Tail:
    Swallowtail
    Warranty:
    1 year

    If interested call Keith at 858-349-9013


    no -- it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests


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    So he obviously reads this board, lives in Berkley, and has a phone number. Shouldn't be too hard to figure out who it is. Just call and ask what his TGR screen name is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superstar Punani

    Reply to: sale-211240665@craigslist.org
    Date: 2006-09-23, 11:03AM PDT

    Salomon AK Rocket Lab Swallowtail
    Retail is $998

    If you want the most hardcore ski on the market this is it!
    I was gonna get me some Lotus 138s, but fuck that - looks like the AK Rockets is where the real hardcore is at.

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    Oh, look! My favorite NeRD the 'Superstar Poo-Ninny' spotted by SF Chronicle photgraphers at the Folsom Street Fair




    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!! I hate NeRDS!!!!!
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    You may have just found Keith.

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    April 21, 2005:
    never seen such bitter, disfunctional people together in one place in my life, but it makes sense, because you scare away all the new ones and mold whatever is left into your own likeness
    your molding is complete, enjoy your stay!

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    He is trying to unload them on Ebay also

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    who gives a shit???

    it's not like he's on here trying to flip 'em.

    SuPu: get over it. honestly, what the fuck does it matter to you???

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANON-505
    honestly, what the fuck does it matter to you???
    I thought it funny TGR was being referred to as a source for expert advice.

    honestly, what the fuck does it matter to you??? + ? + !
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    i didn't start a "chump callout thread"

    wtfdimty, AH? + ? + my cock = your throat!

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    ANON, flippers are a menace and this is a tight community for the most part: it's a form of protecting your fellow peers from getting a bad deal. Witness an EpicSki moderator calling out vailsucks on his catalogue peddling on this board; this sort of thing goes both ways and is really useful, you just need to search the archives for many examples of people avoiding a bad deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ANON-505
    I'm offering up my wife's throat for your cock
    no thanks

    and your logic doesn't make any sense something like 'my cock + your throat = ' would be bright
    Last edited by cj001f; 09-24-2006 at 08:06 PM.
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    I have to say I don't see a problem in flipping things bought on steepandcheap. To me it's totally different from getting a good "maggot deal" on an item in gear swap and then turning around and flipping it. S&C is a public website anyone out there can buy from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD
    I have to say I don't see a problem in flipping things bought on steepandcheap. To me it's totally different from getting a good "maggot deal" on an item in gear swap and then turning around and flipping it. S&C is a public website anyone out there can buy from.
    Word. Maybe I'm missing something.

    SAC=Mags only?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lexi-Bell
    Word. Maybe I'm missing something.

    SAC=Mags only?
    Yes. By redirecting all internet traffic through a secret Siberian server with access to the NSA user profiles, phUnk blended a virtual reality program into the the preference profiling program to make certain only maggots could get S&C on their browsers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Yes. By redirecting all internet traffic through a secret Siberian server with access to the NSA user profiles, phUnk blended a virtual reality program into the the preference profiling program to make certain only maggots could get S&C on their browsers.
    Wow, I didn't know that.
    In drove this drunken madman and stopped on a dime! Unfortunately the dime was in Mr. Rococo's pocket!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SQUAWKFAG
    Oh, look! My favorite NeRD the 'Superstar Poo-Ninny' spotted by SF Chronicle photgraphers at the Folsom Street Fair



    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr!!!!! I hate NeRDS!!!!!
    GRRRR!!!!!! SQUAWKFAG YOU FUCKING NNNERRRDDD!!!!! I HEARRRD YOU'VE SPENT ALL SUMMERRRRR AT YOURRRRRR DAD'S HOUSE PLAYING HIDE THE SAUSAGE WITH HIM!!!!!

    WELCOME BACK TO TGR WHERRRE YOU ARRRRRE NOT WANTED, NNNNERRRRRRD!!!!!!!!!!!
    NO NERDS! NO NERDS! NO NERDS! NO NERDS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Yes. By redirecting all internet traffic through a secret Siberian server with access to the NSA user profiles, phUnk blended a virtual reality program into the the preference profiling program to make certain only maggots could get S&C on their browsers.
    Hmmm....now I feel truly privileged for the first time in my life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat View Post
    Yes. By redirecting all internet traffic through a secret Siberian server with access to the NSA user profiles, phUnk blended a virtual reality program into the the preference profiling program to make certain only maggots could get S&C on their browsers.
    Two drops.

    I love how the review is from 2003.

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    Yeah, why the fuck does it matter if some guy is trying to make a profit off a SAC purchase? If the buyer is too stupid to realize this, then good for Keith. I'm sure we've all made money off buying and selling something for profit- its called business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lloyd Christmas View Post
    If the buyer is too stupid to realize this, then good for Keith
    That was the funny part - the seller linked to a thread where people mentioned they were $330 on SAC yesterday.
    Elvis has left the building

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    Quote Originally Posted by cj001f View Post
    That was the funny part - the seller linked to a thread where people mentioned they were $330 on SAC yesterday.
    OK, that part does make Keith a little bit of a chump

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    Quote Originally Posted by cj001f View Post
    That was the funny part - the seller linked to a thread where people mentioned they were $330 on SAC yesterday.
    Like rain on your wedding day?

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    Do you realize that you've just posted an admission of ignorance so breathtaking that it disqualifies you from commenting on any political or economic threads from here on out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith from Berkeley
    [These are the lab, which means they are hand made and inspected in a separate factory by Salomonís top people. [/img]
    I wonder what Salomon's bottom people were hard at work on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad_roo View Post
    I wonder what Salomon's bottom people were hard at work on.
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