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I don't know if this applies, and haven't been around that long.... but I liked this one, as it applied, and applies, to my skiing :
And there has to be some x-move or slow-line-fast thread that's a keeper.... but it could be that those items are just all over the place without a specific good summary thread.
I highly recommend people read the below thread, and post in it too. Unless these things become articles someday, the best way to get them back on people's radar is to bump them right?
Too much great stuff over the years to let it die off!
Great thread and near the beginning Bob Barnes has a post with links to a bunch of other great threads. Now we're cooking.
Not necessarily because "likes" don't start until relatively recently. My impression is that some of the best Ski Instruction threads pre-date the ability to give a Thumbs Up.
While that may be true, everything has to start somewhere and a "best of" is a common feature to sites like this. Because the threads are too much to search through and solitary opinions being irrelevant to a large portion of readers, a best of consensus, would mitigate those issues effectively. While only one person choosing the best threads is an appreciable attempt, one man's treasure ....