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Killington, Tuesday 3/1/06

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In the general discussion I put up a report, but I was trying to start a discussion regarding the dangers of skiing in crouds there. Here, I want to report that Killington was rather good skiing for current conditions yesterday morning. It was rolled out rather nicely to start. By the afternoon, though, the snow had been scrapped down to ice in many places and piled up as a loose man-made granular. There also was a thick fog in the morning, especially at the summits. This slowed the skiing down, but when it lifted all the reckless types were predominant. I was hit by one bozo on a snowboard. Now I'm sporting a sore calf.
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Originally Posted by ATskier
I was hit by one bozo on a snowboard.
No, I think this should read. "One snowboarder was hit by a bozo skier"
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Originally Posted by awf170
No, I think this should read. "One snowboarder was hit by a bozo skier"
Your comment assumes that the skier is the one at fault without even asking what happened.

You need to do better.

Michael
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Originally Posted by barrettscv
Your comment assumes that the skier is the one at fault without even asking what happened.

You need to do better.

Michael
I was trying to annoy ATskier and get him to respond to me with one of witty comebacks, but I guess I am on his ignore list already(If you dont know ATskier has already been banned from here under another name and has been banned from pretty much every ski forum on the web)
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