Originally Posted by BigE
You asked if it is good skiing. It is not. I gave you a reason.
Maybe just you don't know what a good skiing is? Care to elaborate what your "good skiing" is?
No, just repeating your failed argument, doesn't make the argument more valid than before; to say that "I'm right, you're wrong" is not a good reason.
|Feel free to call it whatever you want. Feel free to define your own technique using whatever definitions you choose. Create whatever fantasies you need to support your "valid" technique.|
That is the integrity of Tai Chi Skiing: based on experience we form the principle, and from principle we develop techniques, when the techniques mature, it validates the principle; it is valid and gravity is the unbiased proving ground.
|Just don't call it good skiing -- that is insulting to good skiers.|
With your limited [skiing] knowledge, maybe it is your idea of "good skiers" is insulting to "real" good skiers?
|Good bye, TC skiing. I'll no longer entertain you delusions.|
So to keep your own delusions?
Not sure I care,