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post #121 of 263
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
HAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!! I remember that one!!! That's funny, but only if you remember the context of his post...

That was when he did a "ski review" on a pair of skis that he HADN'T EVEN SKIED ON!!!

Classic.
It was called a first look. what ever that is.
post #122 of 263
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
HAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!! I remember that one!!! That's funny, but only if you remember the context of his post...

That was when he did a "ski review" on a pair of skis that he HADN'T EVEN SKIED ON!!!

Classic.
True, but we did get such valuable information as

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The Intelligence, HEAD, and Liquid Metal logos are all actual metal bonded to the top of the skis in fitted recesses, giving the skis a more high-end appearance.
and

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The skis as you can see are flat, and need to be drilled for bindings.
I mean really, what more could one want than a ski with
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an attractive high tech look
post #123 of 263
[flanders_praising] Thank You, Lord! [/flanders_praising]
post #124 of 263
Sorry Chaos, didn't mean to steal your limelight. Too bad, I was enjoying reading about your awesomeness . Gotta build a fanbase like me .
post #125 of 263
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
I wonder how many times he has talked people into considering Head skis?
Fixed it for you

Every opportunity I get.
post #126 of 263
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Originally Posted by JayPowHound View Post
True, but we did get such valuable information as

and

I mean really, what more could one want than a ski with
Sorry you cant appreciate finely engineered and crafted items nor are capable of taking note of all those characteristics that make it what it is. Guess you never read a car review based on the specs and appearance presented upon vehicle introduction prior to any test drives.

Some people work with Chinese sledge hammers others with Swiss made precision tweezers....you must be of the sledge hammer persuasion.
post #127 of 263
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
Wow. That thing looks very aggressive and angry looking. You could really slay the mountain wearing one of those.
Actually I found that thing a while ago....if I do get to ski powder out West I can guarantee you I will have one on. Thanks for reminding me....and yes it does look quite aggressive I am glad you agree.
post #128 of 263
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Originally Posted by dumpy View Post
Which is kind of a shame, they do make some damn solid skis, but thats a discussion for another time...

He has made me never want a full face helmet, speaking of which, have you guys seen this? http://www.talusoutdoortech.com/coldavenger

I could see it fitting quite well into his ski costume...

I am so glad. Some people could use adjustements that only a few slaps against a mountain-side can bring about....hey you might luck-out and be one of them!
post #129 of 263
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Originally Posted by dumpy View Post
Yes it does and while most of us think he is out of his mind for hating 9" of fresh, at least he has the guts to admit it. Its akin to eating a steak at a PETA meeting, being a Catholic in Utah or being a conservative on the East Coast, going against the grain is pretty damn punk rock and pretty damn American, regardless of what the grain is.

So rock on RR, stick to your groomers, it just means more pow for us. Just don't expect any of us to take you seriously on ski area, equipment or technique recommendations.

Also expect to get made fun of, a lot. It doesn't mean we don't appreciate you.
Coming from a guy that goes by a self given SN of dumpy, does not hold much water.
post #130 of 263
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
Jer,

You should consider using Richie-rich quotes for your signature. It's worth the entertainment just to browse through all his old posts. There is some real gold out there!!!
Like Buddy Love "Every move a picture"...in this case "Every word worth quoting and sharing with the world ad infinitum". Thanks dude I didn't know I meant that much to you

We really have to race....PA is it?
post #131 of 263
See Chaos...thats how its done . I scattered feces all over the place watch how many nasty little flies come and eat it.

post #132 of 263
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Originally Posted by Uncle Louie View Post
Come on T....you have more creativity than that....


Chaos and VLAD.

Think about that.
With BIG CHEESEHEAD as referee?
post #133 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
Like Buddy Love "Every move a picture"...in this case "Every word worth quoting and sharing with the world ad infinitum". Thanks dude I didn't know I meant that much to you

We really have to race....PA is it?
I'm actually in New York RIGHT NOW. Not much snow, though..... how 'bout a game of one-on-one basketball?
post #134 of 263
Draw the line on b-ball......I suck at it and after one too many several month long stubbed finger recuperations I don't play.

'sides white men can't jump.
post #135 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
Draw the line on b-ball......I suck at it and after one too many several month long stubbed finger recuperations I don't play.

'sides white men can't jump.
Wait a minute.... you suck at basketball, so you won't play me... but you WILL race me????
post #136 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
Draw the line on b-ball......I suck at it and after one too many several month long stubbed finger recuperations I don't play.

'sides white men can't jump.
hey speak for yourself.
post #137 of 263
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Originally Posted by U.P. Racer View Post
Wait a minute.... you suck at basketball, so you won't play me... but you WILL race me????

Whats the matter with you?? Do you have selective reading skills or are you just dumb? Which part of "I DON'T PLAY" in my post above did you not understand?
post #138 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
Whats the matter with you?? Do you have selective reading skills or are you just dumb? Which part of "I DON'T PLAY" in my post above did you not understand?
Wow.. that's just teed up too perfect. I'm gonna resist.....
post #139 of 263
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post #140 of 263
Guy does'nt let up!

from First chair.....

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Hi everybody. I just wanted to formally introduce myself. My name is Chaos. I am a mountain man. I was born in the mountains and raised by a small herd of elk. When I turned 6 years old I trekked 40 miles into Telluride and built a small cabin for myself. I began working at the ski hill as a lift mechanic at the age of 8. By the time I was 10 I was the best skier at Telluride.

When I turned 12 I decided to widen my horizons so I moved to Crested Butte where I entered my first free ski competition. I won the competition by skiing backwards off a 228 foot cliff, removing both skis while in the air, putting them back on and landing switch.

Since that time I have become the best skier in the world. I have mastered every aspect of skiing and literally have no more to learn. I have come to EpicSki to share my knowledge with others.

Cheers,

Chaos
post #141 of 263
RR referred to his words as 'feces' to watch how many flies come.

Just a note.
post #142 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
Actually I found that thing a while ago....if I do get to ski powder out West I can guarantee you I will have one on. Thanks for reminding me....and yes it does look quite aggressive I am glad you agree.
But how will you get your avalung in with the mask on?
post #143 of 263
Thread Starter 
You guys are funny. I'm glad that the members here have a sense of humor.
post #144 of 263
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Originally Posted by samurai View Post
RR referred to his words as 'feces' to watch how many flies come.

Just a note.
Hey Chaos, here's one now!! Warning, this one is especially awnrey due to all the seafood he eats in E. Asia...careful for this type, a normal fly swatter wont due....you need a good heavy boot to stomp on it.
post #145 of 263
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Originally Posted by tromano View Post
But how will you get your avalung in with the mask on?

Hmm...good point. Well I have to walk before I can run. Ill stick to inbounds pow.
post #146 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
you need a good heavy boot to stomp on it.
Or reflective views of being irreproachable... which ironically presents itself as void of hope by those who aim to question.

You have to be careful around here, Chaos. Some of us can take the dirt, some even masochistically enjoy it... but others, well.... they don't live in anonymity.

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post #147 of 263
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Originally Posted by 4cznskier View Post
Hi everybody. I just wanted to formally introduce myself. My name is Chaos. I am a mountain man. I was born in the mountains and raised by a small herd of elk. When I turned 6 years old I trekked 40 miles into Telluride and built a small cabin for myself. I began working at the ski hill as a lift mechanic at the age of 8. By the time I was 10 I was the best skier at Telluride.

When I turned 12 I decided to widen my horizons so I moved to Crested Butte where I entered my first free ski competition. I won the competition by skiing backwards off a 228 foot cliff, removing both skis while in the air, putting them back on and landing switch.

Since that time I have become the best skier in the world. I have mastered every aspect of skiing and literally have no more to learn. I have come to EpicSki to share my knowledge with others.

Cheers,

Chaos
Funniest stuff EVER!!!!!!!!
post #148 of 263
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Originally Posted by dumpy View Post
... being a Catholic in Utah or being a conservative on the East Coast...

Wow you just named two of the things I either am or will be next year. Call me Mr. Diversity.

The funny thing is that the skiers I've met in Utah were all Catholic. I'm not talking about a significant amount but 3 separate times it has been that way. I know Utah is the LDS capital of the world but I thought three for three was kinda funny. I guess the Catholics like to head for the hills.
post #149 of 263
The Four Horsemen Ride!
post #150 of 263
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Originally Posted by Richie-Rich View Post
I am so glad. Some people could use adjustements that only a few slaps against a mountain-side can bring about....hey you might luck-out and be one of them!
If you let me borrow the full face, I'm down
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