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But they sound so good when you tell ya buddies on the internet!
post #92 of 94
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Originally Posted by stljrs
The world is full of people who buy things because they can. BMW may make the ultimate driving machine, but I challenge you to find nearly anyone who owns one here in the US who uses it to its fullest capability or buys it for something other than status. Using the 40+ guy as an example. Goes in the ski store......
I want a good ski.
How do you ski sir
Blues and some blacks, skied for a long time.
Ever go off piste?
What's that?
Ski mainly Corduoroy?
What's that?
Stay on the groomed?
Oh....yea.
Ski aggresively?
Not really. Just easy cruisin.
Well we have this nice mid level xxxxxbrand ski that would be very good for you and into which you could grow. $400.
Well what are those there for $900.
Those are the latest high energy carvers. Great for expert carvers. For an aggresive skier. Perhaps a little too much ski for you at this time.
$900 huh? I'll take em. I want to have the best ski out there.
He puts them into is 5 series and drives down the interstate at 57mph.
That doesn't sound familiar to anyone does it???

Nope. 57mph? Where do you live?
post #93 of 94
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Originally Posted by disski
But they sound so good when you tell ya buddies on the internet!
Not as good as telling them you paid $339 for your SX:11s.
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[I moved my reply to the gear forum]


Edited by studio460 - 3/30/10 at 1:32pm
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