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    Quote Originally Posted by 72Twenty View Post
    FKNA...



    and just for fun...

    Wow? Sweeeet. Too bad K2 is so stupid... one of their Jr. marketing guys told Plake that K2 "Made" him... ha ha. Go Elan!

    Stumpy

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    I think it's more like Plake 'made' K2, in terms of marketing the whole 'extreme' thing and their ability to place their products into the freeride realm and away from the racing mold. Having Schmidt and Hattrup and Coombs..... (list goes on)... didn't hurt either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Well, when he is all coked up and dressed all tranny, I guess that could count as a 'multiple personality'.
    How come you can't spell the name of the State you live in?

    Greg Stump

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    Looks like "Legend of Aahh's" is gonna happen and will be submitted to the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. There have been numerous articles throughout the year, but it's refreshing to hear this recent update.





    Gregory Stump Interview
    Wednesday, 10 September 2008 15:08



    What are your plans for this winter?

    Finishing my new film in late fall, then knee surgery, then someplace warm for a while!


    Do you have a favourite resort?

    Chamonix and Whistler.



    Who is your favourite skier and why?

    I guess Glen Plake still... he's still at it, better than ever and climbing big first ascents in Peru...



    Who is your favourite skier to film and why?

    Same answer... plus he's really funny to hang out with...



    Is Glen Plake still as awesome as he was in the films?

    YUP.



    Does Schmidt still own that wonderful yellow one-piece?

    Not sure...



    If you had to remake anyone of your films today, which one would it be and would you do anything different?

    Probably, 'Good the Rad and the Gnarly" I would cut the "Harry Ackerman" crap.



    Many skiers, professional or recreational, name “The Blizzard of Aahhh's” as their favourite film. Do you think that there will be any films thirty years down the line which were as inspirational as “The Blizzard of Aahhh's”?

    I don't think so... something in that film resonated in a way no Matchstick or TGR film has...



    Do you have any future projects coming up? Perhaps a new film in the works? (Your Site mentions “Legend of Aahhh's” - Could you give out any details?)

    "Legend of Aahhh's" is a history film about the freedom of skiing and ski film making... it's looking good.



    The ski film industry has progressed tremendously over the past couple decades, with over 25 films coming out this year alone. Are you pleased in the direction the industry is going?

    I am unable to sit through any of todays ski films... no story, crap music, and horrible narration (when they dare to try it).



    What is your favourite ski film?

    "Groove Requiem: In The Key Of Ski" and "P-tex, lies and Duct Tape".



    What's your favourite ski film segment?

    Alaska sequence in Groove cut to Seal's "Crazy"...



    In which film did you have the most fun making?

    Probably Blizzard 'cause we were living in Chamonix that winter...



    Which film are you proudest of?

    "Siberia".



    Is “Droids” really as bad as you, at times, make it out to be?

    YUP.



    Do you have any regrets with regards to your films?

    Only that I didn't do a better job marketing and running the company instead of playing all the time! ha ha!



    What's the worst (funniest) thing that's happened during filming?

    When something goes wrong technically and you miss an amazing shot...



    Your films are often commended for their great soundtracks, which soundtrack did you like the best?

    Groove and P-tex's are pretty solid... the new film Legend's is smokin' hot!



    What was it like to have had the opportunity to work with Dick Barrymore?

    I would not be writing you at this moment without Dick's influence... by travelling and watching him work, I began to believe I could give it a go...



    Any closing words?

    Check us out at gregstumpproductions.com !

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    Was it ever determined if it was actually Stump posting in this thread?

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Was it ever determined if it was actually Stump posting in this thread?
    If it isn't then I don't want to know.

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    It sounds like Stump, so I would say so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonzo View Post
    That's an awesome picture. Who's drilling the juice box on the right?

    That must have been so edgy then.

    "dude! what is that!"

    "it's juice, IN A BOX!"
    I would guess that is Schmidt and the guy in the back is one of the Egan brothers, probably Dan. Sick shot.
    "Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention to arrive safely in a pretty and well-preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside, thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming: Wow!!! What a ride!"


    "We been runnin' these goddam hills for dang near, huh?"
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    Missed this thread first time around.

    First, that group shot that looks 80's is really the western mags schLongboard Day--don't be fooled. Second, the cliff shot is actually Ron--don't be fooled again.

    Third, and most important, if that really was Stump, and he is still tuning in, I want Pulp Traction re-released on DVD--NOW.
    A fucking show dog with fucking papers

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    Quote Originally Posted by crashnburn'd View Post
    I bet they're discussing renaming the mountain above them Kevin Andrews because of how Kevin Andrews Kevin Andrewed the shit out of it.
    I laughed.
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    They have socalized healthcare up in canada. The whole country is 100% full of pot smoking pro-athlete alcoholics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NPG View Post
    so that's where micah black went!

    it doesn't promise as much as Steep, but will probably deliver way more!

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    Thanks for that! I cannot imagine that film not selling out theatres and selling plenty of dvds.

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    Awesome!

    I tuned out of this thread the first time before Stump started posting.

    Looks like a must see.
    There's nothing better than sliding down snow... flying through the air.

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    Hey Greg - hope the new flicks a success.

    You rock - proof: my daughters mostly are glazed over watching ski porn, but when I put in a stumpy piece they get into - cookie the swede, etc. - you have vision, mang!
    "When restraint and courtesy are added to strength, the latter becomes irresistible."
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    So Greg Stump, you never answered the question for 20 million rupees... "Hot Dog or Aspen Extreme"? I still need to know.

    It looks like an awesome movie. I wonder if we could screen this at Ullrfest 2009? Probably not, but definitely thinking "Blizzard of Ahhhhhs" is a serious contender. It'd be an awesome double feature! Mr. Stump, if you're in Vermont this fall, you're invited to our annual east coast Ullrfest/pig roast: https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...lrfest&page=11 (Just bring along a copy of your new film!)

    Picture your picture premiering here!:

    Screw the net, Surf the backcountry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman View Post
    Was it ever determined if it was actually Stump posting in this thread?
    Stumpy, we hardly knew ye ....
    gregstumpproductions.com ??
    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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    Bump for Stump
    Bacon tastes good. Pork chops taste goood.

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