|Originally Posted By Forrester
Well, aren't you the expert. Perhaps a little background, as I don't think it's necessary to post every piece of gear I've ever owned on my profile. I grew up in the northern suburbs of Detroit. I was a recreational racer in HS. I used to average 30+ days a year. Since, I've moved out of the state of Michigan, gotten a Bachelor's Degree (biology) and a Master's degree (Physical Therapy) from Indiana University School of Medicine. I found a job in Indianapolis, and here I've stayed. Unfortunately, skiing isn't big in Indy, I have a VERY busy career, and life doesn't afford me the time to devote solely to skiing. Now, Heluva, one of these days you may grow up and find yourself encumbered by real-world challenges that don't allow you to smoke pot all night in your dorm room, then ski all day the next. Until then, please, continue to condescend to people whom you know nothing about, other than a few lines of information on an internet profile. If that's what makes you feel good and validates your existence, don't let me stop you.
Forrester, I don't really give two sh*ts about your credentials or what degree(s) you might have - at the end of the day you're the one talking about hitting people on the slopes - not me. Don't assume anything about me because I am in college - you're not too far out of school yourself there buddy. Apparently you are pretty self righteous and think you're entitled to that sort of behaviour?
Most people here are a lot more than just skiers. You would be wise to realize that... but since you are out on the snow motoring over everyone in your path; wisdom is something that is in short supply for you.
If you knew more about this forum, you would know that I rarely condescend people - especially based on their ability of the equipment they ride. You however seem to like to shoot off your mouth like the world owes you something; and that agrivates me... especially when it is someone who doesn't have a clue about skiing (trust me - you don't). Who are you to talk? If someone is in your way turn around them - is that too hard for you?
In the perfect world it would be great to run over whoever we wanted and have no consequences for it. If that were the case though people like yourself would be in serious trouble along with all of the parked snowboarders on the hill. Make sure you know what separates you from them.
Age does not breed wisdom, or the superiority to abuse anyone just because they are in your way.