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post #31 of 66
Just noticed that the software automatically deleted one word in my last post, the word was F.A.G. (without the dots)
Over here, it is slang for a cigarette.

S
post #32 of 66
i say:

yes please.

preferably a little bit of bc dank blueberry or some heavy chron chron.
post #33 of 66
hey everyone, read this:


old thread
post #34 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by michaelHunt:
hey everyone, read this:

old thread
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Thanks for finding that old thread michaelHunt. Although I never ski with an expanded consciousness, I always thought the phrase "leave no turn unstoned" was quite humorous.
post #35 of 66
"I smoke two joints in the mornin'. I smoke two joints at night.
I smoke two joints in the afternoon. It makes me feel all right.
I smoke two joints, in time of peace, and two in time of war.
I smoke two joints before I smoke two joints... and then I smoke two more."

Uuuhh. I didn't exhale?

JJ. Never on the slopes Aaaaaanuld. Thanks for asking.

Spaggy :
post #36 of 66
>>"Man even your President smokes pot - what's the big deal?" He was of course referring to Clinton. LOL<<

Yeah, that was an embarrasing fact about Clinton. Why couldn't he just drive drunk and snort coke like our current Prez did?

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post #37 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Todd Murchison:

Yeah, that was an embarrasing fact about Clinton. Why couldn't he just drive drunk and snort coke like our current Prez did?
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Hmmmmmmm.......did you read that article about low level monkey's doing cocaine (posted here in this thread)?

Well..........


post #38 of 66
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<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ January 21, 2002 06:45 PM: Message edited 1 time, by slider ]</font>
post #39 of 66
Last month I was taking the gondola at Whistler. It was nice, just my ex girlfriend and myself. At the station half way up, 6-8 snowboarders got on. I really don't know how many of them there were because we were so packed in that I couldn't see everyone. It seems that they had to ride up together. One of them right away lit a cigarette and promptly filled the gondola with smoke. My ex said something like "Dude, will you please put that thing out? I don't care if you light up a reefer, but that cigarette stinks." The guy without hesitation threw the cigarette out the window, pulled out a bag with about a dime in it, and rolled a joint. It was several more minutes before we got to the top, but at least it wasn't so smokey anymore. Does that count as smoking weed while skiing?
post #40 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by BadRat:
Last month I was taking the gondola at Whistler. It was nice, just my ex girlfriend and myself<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Skiing with your ex girlfriend? Wow, you must have split up on good terms.
post #41 of 66
You mean to tell that everyone in America is not stoned .... oh man now I am going to have to take everyone seriously.

Bugger !!

I seem to recall tree wells on Mt. Werner with no smoking signs in them .... I think .... um .... Mexico is a nice place to visit ... the surf is really good.

Oz [img]smile.gif[/img]
post #42 of 66
Either that or it was a really recent breakup.
post #43 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Arnold Schwarzenegger:
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So Arnie is curious...vhich of you regularly partake in ze spliff/ toke/ pakalolo/ ganja/ mota/ bong/ joint/ veed vhile skiing?
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The trick is keeping that spliff lit while you're skiing, plus dodging all the free-loaders chasing you.


<FONT COLOR="#800080" SIZE="1">[ January 21, 2002 08:55 PM: Message edited 1 time, by Tanglefoot ]</font>
post #44 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Sugar Snack:


Hmmmmmmm.......did you read that article about low level monkey's doing cocaine (posted here in this thread)?

Well..........


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suga you read my mind as I saw T's quote
how was your UT trip?

in response to our canuck friend. it is very open @ most resorts, as long as you are courteous.
you would be amazed at some of the folks who offer me weed @ alta.
post #45 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by matt_davis:

suga you read my mind as I saw T's quote
how was your UT trip?
<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

Matt where the H#LL have you been? Geez I thought we'd lost you or something. You owe me a Manhattan!!! I'm coming back down for Spring skiing. Whoo Hoo!!!

Trip was a blast - my friends are really wonderful. I think we broke every drinking law SLC has. The snow on the front side was FAB! Sorry I missed you.
post #46 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Wear the fox hat ?:


You forgot to add:
It makes ugly people more attractive
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doesnt that suck when u wake up next to an ugly guy that was "hot" the night before? just look at the quote after my signature
post #47 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by SkiBum24:

doesnt that suck when u wake up next to an ugly guy that was "hot" the night before?
<HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

I've never woken up next to a guy, never mind an ugly one, but as we say round here: "She was a 10 at 2am, but she was a 2 at 10am"

S
post #48 of 66
I will be happy to buy you a perfect manhattan or 3, w/ sidecars of course.
shoot me a message before you come & hopefully this time I won't have my hands full with friends in town.
post #49 of 66
aaaaaaaaaaahhh...nothing like floating thru alta pow after a sweet pull on the killa "durbin"..a truly sweeeet one hit weeeed! [img]smile.gif[/img]
post #50 of 66
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>It was nice, just my ex girlfriend and myself. <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

In Summit County the boys say:
"She's not my girlfriend, it's just my turn."

The girls say:
"The odds are good, but the goods are odd."
post #51 of 66
Just for clarification, in Califonia, possession of less than 1 oz is an INFRACTION (11357b HS). It nmay have been changed but the maximum allowable penalty was $100. You can get arrested 214 times and it will stay an infraction...it's only a FELONY (11360 HS) if you sell, offer or give it away...or have more than is for personal use (i.e. Possession for sales (11359 HS).
post #52 of 66
Yeah, we broke up on good terms and continue to see each other, as we share so many common interests (like skiing!). Really, she's one of my best friends and I love her dearly.

Last night we skied at Ski Bowl (Mt. Hood) and at the lift line while I was waiting for her to join me, a young boarder came up and I motioned for him to move to the front. He said "Oh, that's okay, I"m waiting for a friend too." I replied "I'm not waiting for a friend, I"m waiting for my ex".
post #53 of 66

We were at a local ski place yesterday for a quick half day of skiing.  I wanted to play golf later in the afternoon.  We headed to the backside where the "black" runs were located, as we figured few people would be over there in the morning.  The slopes are shaded in the morning, and generally icy.  The day was low light and flat lighting conditions.  We skied over to that area, and took the lift up to the top of the "expert" black diamond run.  As we rose, we saw a college age kid coming down at a high rate of speed.  He drifted over to the edge below the lift line.

 

Folks - what do you see below lift lines in many resorts?  MOGULS.

 

So, the kid launched off the mogul area.  Fortunately it was the end of the moguls.  He flew about 25 or more feet in the air.  Hard to know, because of the pitch for the black slope.  Of course, he lost control.  He fell backward and slammed his head against the icy snowpack, and bounced a few times.  He was limp immediately.  

 

We knew he wasn't immediately paralyzed - that's because his arms and legs flapped loosely as he slid face down, and unconscious below us.  He slid for a few hundred feet, and we turned to watch.  When a person is paralyzed, they go stiff.  

 

A guy stopped to grab the skis AND poles above the injured college student.  As he did this, ANOTHER college kid flew in the air, and hit, sliding past the man.  He slid into a small island of trees a couple hundred yards below.  

 

ANOTHER college student then flew by and landed on his back.  He slid down head first, LAUGHING as he slid.  He was stoned out of his mind.  

 

Three other college kids quickly wrecked and slid down the slopes.  Two were laughing and the third was hurt.

 

We decided to ski the catwalk back and go home...  As it turned out the Colorado School of Mines had a "ski deal" and brought three bus loads of STONED college kids to the resort that day.  The word quickly got out among locals and parents, and it was quickly passed on to parents and responsible skiers.

 

Flat light, icy conditions and stoned college kids.  Head home.

 

The "legalization" of marijuana in Colorado will be an EPIC disaster for ski resorts.  I'm not sure how many paralyzed college stoners it will take to make changes, but one thing's for sure - you WILL know who is skiing stoned, and you will be very lucky if you avoid them.  The resorts are running on fumes with labor because of the lack of snow and skier visits.  They DO NOT take away passes, and you will find very few ski patrol folks monitoring the slopes right now.  

 

Good luck and God Bless.

post #54 of 66

You resurrected an 11 year old thread for this?

post #55 of 66

Indeed.  Pot is now relevant.  

post #56 of 66

So the other two threads where you posted the exact same cool story weren't enough?

 

BTW, as this thread shows, it didn't take legalization to inspire people to smoke-and-ski. Pretty sure there were busloads of stoned college skiers in CO long before legal pot was around.

post #57 of 66

Actually, you're wrong about that.  I've been skiing here for over 15 years.  This is a new phenom.

post #58 of 66

Plus, I love the stoner patrol - which is why the posts.  We'll see what develops over the next two years.  I'll pick and choose my ski times and places.  I don't really care if parents deal with their paralyzed college kids and the individual lawsuits for their stupidity.  Most people don't get too drunk and then ski.  Children don't get it, and they'll get too stoned to ski.  We'll need the idiots to take themselves (and others) out of the skiing equation.  Mountain biking was really cool a few years back.  That stopped with all the serious injuries and paralyses.  Same will happen to the ski and stoners.  Sure, we'll always have stoned skiers.  The true stoners - stoned 5 days a week - can probably function on skis or a board while stoned, and while amped on their music.  The rookies can't.  

post #59 of 66
Quote:
Originally Posted by bowlmar View Post

Actually, you're wrong about that.  I've been skiing here for over 15 years.  This is a new phenom.


So you're saying people never skied high before the past season or two? Got it.

 

 

Quote:
Plus, I love the stoner patrol - which is why the posts.  We'll see what develops over the next two years.  I'll pick and choose my ski times and places.  I don't really care if parents deal with their paralyzed college kids and the individual lawsuits for their stupidity.  Most people don't get too drunk and then ski.  Children don't get it, and they'll get too stoned to ski.  We'll need the idiots to take themselves (and others) out of the skiing equation.  Mountain biking was really cool a few years back.  That stopped with all the serious injuries and paralyses.  Same will happen to the ski and stoners.  Sure, we'll always have stoned skiers.  The true stoners - stoned 5 days a week - can probably function on skis or a board while stoned, and while amped on their music.  The rookies can't.

Did you get anything right in that statement?

 

1. People, grown adults included, definitely drink and ski. Adults often "don't get it" either - just take a look at DUI statistics for verification.

 

2. Mountain biking seems as cool and popular as it ever was. Like skiing, it's been going bigger and bigger in terms of jumps and feats every year. Injuries have not killed the sport. 

post #60 of 66

I'm starting to smell a troll. Took the third post to figure it out, and it's in at least two more threads--five that I count. It least I hope, for his sake, that he's a troll. Sir--if you're a troll, congratulations, well done, very convincing.  If you're not you need serious professional help.

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