Originally Posted by telerod15
controlled at the waist is presented as an alternative to the carving technique you teach. Please try to keep it a discussion of technique
That's a fine idea, telerod.
I'm glad you've shown up to act as TCS's white knight. Perhaps you can help in this discussion. Must of us here have years of professional skiing background, and we've concluded that there's nothing of value in his message that we can use to enhance our personal skiing or that of our students. We're sick of hearing his same worthless crap over and over again, month after month, in almost every legitimate technical thread we engage in, and we get very fed up with his derogatory responses to our challenges to his more idiotic technical theories, such as the use of levitation.
But obviously you think you've discovered something of value and worthy of exploration in what we see as his idiotic ramblings. Perhaps in his painful to witness struggles with the English language we've missed something, anything, of value in his presentations. As you seem perpetually enamored by him, perhaps you could serve as his interpreter and spokesman, and explain to us what you see in his message that warrants our time considering.
Please state your case for what specifically TCS has offered that you see adding any technical value to this forum, and do so in plain English, that would be refreshing. Keep it technical, and please, refrain from assaulting us with animal analogies, personal insults, and Master/moron stories of philosophy if we happen to challenge what you offer us. I reiterate your request; keep it a technical discussion.
Thanks for jumping in to help.