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post #31 of 35
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Ah yes, it was a difficult situation... but because the good folks at the Snowbird patrol knew exactly where I was, they couldn't even begin to approximate my velocity either. So we agreed to disagree.
But what about the cat? Was the cat OK?
post #32 of 35
The cat??

The cat is IRRELEVANT! Schrodinger snowboards, he doesn't ski! GOSH!

post #33 of 35
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Schrodinger snowboards, he doesn't ski!
Schrödinger's snowboard? You mean the one that heel scrapes and carves at the same time?

//I'd rather ride Hoffman's bicycle myself...
post #34 of 35
Freud and Einstein were both right, it's all about your relatives.
post #35 of 35
Alta's version of the heisenberg's uncertainty principle:

Posted signs there say "Unmarked obstacles may exist or present
themselves at any time"

Also was my sig on usenet in the 80's!!
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