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post #31 of 43
you are, but also didnt have enough guts to use the same name.
post #32 of 43
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
You said "I am here to post in this important thread". That is something that is regularly posted on the TGR board. Not here.
oh. now i get it.

criminy, Rul, do you have ANY originality?
post #33 of 43
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Originally Posted by GarryZ View Post
The scariest sight to most skiers is a fellow snowsport enthusiast beariing down on them with no obvious intention of changing their direction.
This is the best support of the idea of VA's to ski to the bottom and look behind when on the lift. Most of these unguided missliles would probably not find you in their sights if you follow his philosophy.
This is what ski poles are for, didn't you know? It's amazing the changes that pointing them uphill can create...
post #34 of 43
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Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA View Post
you are, but also didnt have enough guts to use the same name.
CORRECT! But that is only because I play two distinctly different characters, depending on which forum I'm posting in.
post #35 of 43
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CORRECT! But that is only because I play two distinctly different characters, depending on which forum I'm posting in.

You mean you are nice on the other one, and people like you there?
post #36 of 43
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CORRECT! But that is only because I play two distinctly different characters, depending on which forum I'm posting in.
why "play" 2 different characters?, IMO there is one me, there is one "character", even the epic mods who post there dont use aliases. The Maggots actually accept them, in fact they applauded the recent calling out of jamesk spam. Moral of the story I will allways be me,I will never be sorry for it and I will never change to fit into a group.

Josh
post #37 of 43
It's not habitat for humanity that's to blame. What are they suppose to do with anything they receive in excess that they can't get rid of? The folks that take these to HfH are the problem...why can't they donate them to Chili's or Bennigan's so they can be hung on a wall and admired?
So, if you're reading this and going to throw away your vintage skis, ask the owner of a local pub or a manager of a chain restaurant that displays this type of thing if they could use them.
post #38 of 43
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CORRECT! But that is only because I play two distinctly different characters, depending on which forum I'm posting in.
they're casting for the character "Milquetoast" o'er at Paula's.

bring two monologues, one classic, one contemporary.

i auditioned last week but didn't get a callback.
post #39 of 43
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Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA View Post
why "play" 2 different characters?, IMO there is one me, there is one "character", even the epic mods who post there dont use aliases. The Maggots actually accept them, in fact they applauded the recent calling out of jamesk spam. Moral of the story I will allways be me,I will never be sorry for it and I will never change to fit into a group.

Josh
Dude, it was a joke. I'm the same everywhere. Like I said, nearly everything I say is tongue in cheek. Now lighten up! , And go visit skiracingdevelopment.com. I don't know much about it, but it looks like a cool company that offers many unique clothing options not usually available in the U.S.
post #40 of 43
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Originally Posted by ryan View Post
they're casting for the character Milquetoast o'er at Paula's.

bring two monologues, one classic, one contemporary.

i auditioned last week but didn't get a callback.
My favorite monologue is the one The Rock does in the movie "Be Cool".... Brilliant.
post #41 of 43
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
Dude, it was a joke. I'm the same everywhere. Like I said, nearly everything I say is tongue in cheek. Now lighten up! , And go visit skiracingdevelopment.com. I don't know much about it, but it looks like a cool company that offers many unique clothing options not usually available in the U.S.
so you do have some humor in touche touche
post #42 of 43
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Originally Posted by BushwackerinPA View Post
why "play" 2 different characters?, IMO there is one me, there is one "character", even the epic mods who post there dont use aliases. The Maggots actually accept them, in fact they applauded the recent calling out of jamesk spam. Moral of the story I will allways be me,I will never be sorry for it and I will never change to fit into a group.

Josh
Dude, what are you trying to do to me? I'm runing incognito over there like Rasputin!: Besides, I ski with those people. If they hear I'm from over here they will probably give me a ski tote or something. Shhh
post #43 of 43
I give Skilom props. He's young (I can't even remember being 14), obviously smitten with XC skiing, and he just jumped into the fray of a downhill, Alpine oriented forum.

Also, he taught me something I didn't know. Not being even remotely an XC skier (done it 2X, once along Lake Tahoe and once outside of Sun Valley and couldn't even tell you what kind of skis I was on) I had no idea what he was talking about when he posted a few weeks ago about scoring some skis for $10. A quick Google on "skilom" hipped me to a whole new world of skiing. It's true, you learn something new (however small and seemingly insignificant it may be) everyday.

I will say that pix of the trash heap would have been great, though.

And Yuki, you can't even take free stuff while on the job? Is that because it could be construed as a bribe? I would have gone back after the fact and score me some fence posts, bench slats, and wall ornaments!

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