Bring it on. I can take it. "Sheriff Lars" I like that.
You've missed the point all along haven't you Nail. The fact is, I'm just trying to get you to expand your abilities by telling you the truth that concentrating on one technique in moguls is limiting yourself to overall success when it comes to varied conditions and oddly spaced, formed moguls.
If you don't want my help that's fine. You're only hurting yourself. And that of others who think one technique or method learned will make them an awesome mogul skier.
I thought some light humor was needed, I am glad you appreciated it.
I stated above that I agree with you that a mogul skier needs all the tools in his bag. I'll deflect, skid, slam, pivot or whatever it takes to hold the line, although use them sparingly, my preferred tool is the brushed carved turn which needs to be used down the technical line to be most efficiently used gaining the skier the smoothest speed control, resulting in dynamic skiing. We just have different favorite tools in our bags that we prefer to use most effectively.
You don't ever give me or CVJ credit for our understanding of rut line skiing technique. Look at my boys video again, do you think he's just getting lucky with his technique or the speed he's successfully carrying and posting the results he's getting while competing in the zipperline game? Just because I don't support the current format or judging criteria, doesn't mean I have no idea what I'm talking about. We're playing the game in it's current format the best we can, it doesn't mean there will be no changes in the future as I can see where improvements/refinements could be made.