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post #91 of 119
Speaking of 50's Sharon Stone is going to be 48 in the new Basic Instinct and they are saying it may be even more risque than the first one.
post #92 of 119
someone needs to practice some self-abuse before hitting the ole keyboard.....
post #93 of 119
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Originally Posted by Alfonse
Speaking of 50's Sharon Stone is going to be 48 in the new Basic Instinct and they are saying it may be even more risque than the first one.
Don't be saying anything negative about Sharon Stone. She's the White Whitney Houston. She'll cut you!
post #94 of 119
YES!! Succeeded at changing the topic again
post #95 of 119
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Originally Posted by Docjoque
Don't be saying anything negative about Sharon Stone. She's the White Whitney Houston. She'll cut you!
In 92 or 93 I sat next to her at a charity event, she was very striking in person however I think her personality could have been summed up with the phrase....

Dust on Crust.....
post #96 of 119
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Originally Posted by Alfonse
YES!! Succeeded at changing the topic again
Alfonse, I love your signature. My answer is yes, unless she is wearing a helmet. Did she really do that? LewBob
post #97 of 119
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Originally Posted by LewBob
Alfonse, I love your signature. My answer is yes, unless she is wearing a helmet. Did she really do that? LewBob
She is all over the mountain with us at Mad River. She wears a helmet, as do I. If you have ever gone in the woods or even on the marked, "glades" then you know ice waterfalls are a big part of the experience. She is 10 now and on a pow day earlier this year on a pair of Demo b3w's was gsing down Chute and Liftline like they were groomers and those are tough tough runs. I have a tough time swallowing her high level of skiing at such a young age. If she can ski tight trees and launch in pow at 10 what will she be doing at 20??
post #98 of 119
Staring in TRG film?
post #99 of 119
I used to live in Steamboat many years ago (when it was Steamboat Springs). There was a running joke: what are the 3 most dangerous words in Steamboat?

"Follow me Dad!!!"

I have to say that I am jealous. My kids never got into skiing the way I do. I have a 16 year old who is a natural, but only skis a few times a year with me. I am not a natural and still struggle at times after 44 years of ski passion. I guess I should just be grateful for my passion, but it would be nice to have him as a ski companion. LewBob
post #100 of 119
Originally Posted by Alfonse
YES!! Succeeded at changing the topic again!

Alphonse, Last year I succeeded in hijacking a very negative thread that got off on a great discussion of music. Some hijackings are good, especially when discussing kids like yours. Does she take that much delight in other aspects of life? LewBob
post #101 of 119
As much as I hate to interrupt this festivus of peace and love complete with kids, mom and Sharon Stone ...

Now .... back to our regularly scheduled thrashing .........

Our loyal viewers expect it.
post #102 of 119
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Originally Posted by Yuki
As much as I hate to interrupt this festivus of peace and love complete with kids, mom and Sharon Stone ...

Now .... back to our regularly scheduled thrashing .........

Our loyal viewers expect it.
Guess we need Gonzo, alias Uncle Crud, to visit us. LewBob
post #103 of 119
How about a thread with Sharon Stone in a Bogner Suit?
post #104 of 119
Actually we went on a ski trip and saw Sharon Stone, allthough not at the ski hill.

In 2001 we went on a 10 day trip to Tahoe and San Fran. So 3 days in the city and then 7 days of skiing. One of the reasons for this was a buddy who lives in San Fran. So one day he takes us to the beach next to the Golden Gate. Pretty view, lots of freaks, perfect place to check out. Anyway to get to this beach you go through a really nice neighborhood. On the way out we stop as a woman strolls in front of our car with a baby in a stroller. My friend smiles at her and she says hi to him. Then he goes , "thats sharon stone" Which set of pandemonium in our car full of tourists as everyone tries to take out some kind of camera and we try to pull up near her. Quickly followed by a large man on roller blades skating up to us and saying, "Got a problem Partner" Everyone yells, "Go go go go!" It was a very surreal paparazi moment. The man was her husband at the time phil bronstien.

As for the skiing we drove up to Tahoe and it was sunny and 60 all week. Glorious week really, hard to complain about that kind of weather but snow would have been nice. What I thought was odd was 2001 was a huge snow year in Vermont and on the ground at home we had about 5 feet of snow and Tahoe had maybe a small amount more. Loved Alpine Meadows
post #105 of 119
dude..... you are running nastar competitavely? and you are rippin on some old folks for goin out and having some fun.
wow, you are prettty good if you beat some 50 year old married couple on a nastar course.

come out and race at a VT Cup against a bunch of 18 year olds and see
how mighty you really are...

'nough said
post #106 of 119
Ya come on, Nascar is crazy. They drive like 200 mph and if they don't wear a full body suit it can be dangerous. Britney Spears is sometimes the master of ceremonies.
post #107 of 119
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Originally Posted by flaviaman
In 92 or 93 I sat next to her at a charity event, she was very striking in person however I think her personality could have been summed up with the phrase....

Dust on Crust.....
LOL. Yeah, beautiful, but a looney bird.
post #108 of 119
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Originally Posted by Alfonse
She is all over the mountain with us at Mad River. She wears a helmet, as do I. If you have ever gone in the woods or even on the marked, "glades" then you know ice waterfalls are a big part of the experience. She is 10 now and on a pow day earlier this year on a pair of Demo b3w's was gsing down Chute and Liftline like they were groomers and those are tough tough runs. I have a tough time swallowing her high level of skiing at such a young age. If she can ski tight trees and launch in pow at 10 what will she be doing at 20??
My guess would be skiing in pearls, kitty ears, and a tiara at the 2018 Winter Olympics in North Vietnam (hey, if they can give them to China). That will probably be blase by then though. Hey, US ski team coaches....why not just let them ski in thongs and lingeree? According to a great mumber of people in these threads, the athletes aren't really representing their countries anyways.

OY!
post #109 of 119
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Originally Posted by flaviaman
How about a thread with Sharon Stone in a Bogner Suit?
Does Bogner make a crotchless suit?
post #110 of 119

Crotchless Bogner Skis?

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Originally Posted by Docjoque
Does Bogner make a crotchless suit?
I suspect for enough Euros Willy would be delighted...

Does anyone here have Bogner skis? I remember seeing them in sports shops in Germany in the 1980s
post #111 of 119
any chance you'd like to part with any old, no-longer-fitting bogner suits? i love 'em!
post #112 of 119
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Originally Posted by vlad
any chance you'd like to part with any old, no-longer-fitting bogner suits? i love 'em!
PM me with you sizing.....
post #113 of 119
A very interesting evolution this thread has taken.
post #114 of 119
This past Sunday I saw one strange thing and one classic thing at Sugarloaf. The strange thing happened in the morning in parking lot E. We were pulling in and saw a semi cab in the lot sticking out 10 feet past all the other cars. I took a closer look and there was a guy and a younger kid getting their gear on in the front seat. Whatever gets you up to the hill I guess.

The second thing was a true spring classic. I was in the line for Spillway and we had just been talking about how warm it had gotten. On cue, my buddy pointed out a guy a couple lines over: rental skis, rental boots, blue jeans tucked into the boots, and a long sleeved T-shirt. When the warm weather comes, these people come out of the woodwork.
post #115 of 119
ever had snow ram up every possible opening skiing powder. feels good doesn't it? doesn't happen in a powder suit. i really do miss mine. never been so comfortable and flexable.
post #116 of 119
I doesn't escape my notice that its the northern Michganders who poke the most fun at cloths without thought to hurting feelings. All one has to do is live and ski in northern Michigan any you will understand perfectly.
post #117 of 119
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Originally Posted by Pierre
I doesn't escape my notice that its the northern Michganders who poke the most fun at cloths without thought to hurting feelings. All one has to do is live and ski in northern Michigan any you will understand perfectly.
I don't know what that's supposed to mean, but I don't think I imagined the 18" of fresh I skied at Mont Ripley on Monday in whiteout conditions.
post #118 of 119
Help Vladiolus by supporting his new online store, Vintage Skiduds. Send him your old sparkly, neon, and patchwork suits and parkas, folks. (Ryan, keep those pants!)
post #119 of 119
I dunno if I can part with my old CB stretch pants with the slalom padding.

I was saving them for a "gathering" ....
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