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post #61 of 70

Is there some reason you dredge up a 7 year old thread?

post #62 of 70
Who cares as long as they are having fun?
post #63 of 70
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Originally Posted by mtcyclist View Post

Is there some reason you dredge up a 7 year old thread?

Is there some reason you feel the need to ask that?
post #64 of 70
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Originally Posted by procos View Post

Is there some reason you feel the need to ask that?

 

I can't speak for mtcyclist, but I'd say because reopening a 7 year old thread regarding fat skis is somewhat pointless.  Because what was fat 7 years ago isn't fat now.  Zach tries to make the OP sound stupid by saying "the OP has no idea about skiing, 90mm is a narrow ski".  Well, 7 years ago, no, 90mm wasn't narrow.  IMO, reopening the thread just to say that is worthless.  If he'd had some thoughts on comparing ideas then vs. ideas now on what was considered fat and what is now considering fat, that *could* be interesting (although that has also been done before in many threads).  But just to try to argue with a person from 7 years ago based on today's information?  rolleyes.gif

post #65 of 70
Yup. There is no point in digging up a 7 year old thread just to act like a know-it-all.
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Im going to start skiing park in a 100mm or wider ski

 

Wants to party with you.

post #67 of 70

Me, not seeing the age of the original posts, was also thinking "95 mm isn't even fat these days."

 

I was also wondering a bit seeing somebody talk about skiing Pocket Rockets and Seth Pistols.

 

It makes a lot more sense that this thread is so old. And I fail to see the point.

 

Can we find some year 2000 threads on whether or not shaped skis are here to stay?

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Originally Posted by anachronism View Post


Can we find some year 2000 threads on whether or not shaped skis are here to stay?
A passing fad, just like snowboarding and park skiing.
post #69 of 70
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Originally Posted by anachronism View Post

Can we find some year 2000 threads on whether or not shaped skis are here to stay?
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Originally Posted by mtcyclist View Post


A passing fad, just like snowboarding and park skiing.

 

All these things will also fade away with time and be replaced by the next "new" thing. If they didn't, what would they sell you next? wink.gif

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Originally Posted by Rossi Smash View Post

All these things will also fade away with time and be replaced by the next "new" thing. If they didn't, what would they sell you next? wink.gif

 

Well, there were those jointed skis that TC posted about a few weeks back.  Maybe that will be the next big thing?biggrin.gif

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