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Six degrees of separation... ala Phil...

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So forget Kevin Bacon, we got Phil!



OK, so now I have 2 Phil encounter stories, The first was when i met Skiing-in-Jackson in the Casper lodge in Jackson at his on the snow birthday party, I was wishing this guy (didn't know who he was at the time) happy birthday, we start talking, he was a maggot and and Stephan mentioned he knew "philpug"....


the second was this week, I am walking up to the Gondi; me and a friend are both carrying our kastles, this other guy comes walking over with his Kastle 84's, I comment on them, we chat a few minutes and ask where he's from....  Philly area he says,  I ask if he know Wick's Ski shop (Phils shop) he says, "yes, that's where I bought these", I said really, do you  know Phil?  he says, "oh yes, Phil is the buy I bought these from"..........
post #2 of 15
 Useless without pics of the gear!
post #3 of 15
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look down at your feet!
post #4 of 15
I spotted a guy at Blue Mountain on Saturday with Kastles.  Im pretty sure only one place in the area sells them...  He got on the lift before I had a chance to say anything though.
post #5 of 15
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big tall guy?  I sent him to Phil for those!  :) 
post #6 of 15
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look down at your feet!

You seem pretty sure of yourself..................but of course you may, perhaps, could, sorta be right... 
post #7 of 15
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84's!
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Originally Posted by Finndog View Post

big tall guy?  I sent him to Phil for those!  :) 



Ya...  178cm MX88s.

I was on my RXs that day
post #9 of 15
You guys still in love with thse Kastle's? I love them too , because my buddy who has a pair likes his 88"s so much he gave his brand new Atomic D2 VF's to ski because he obviously likes the 88's alot better. Skied the D2 's this Sunday at the local hill. The snow was so good a 2x4 would have been fun. Seems like a very good ski. Gadgety for sure, but give me some credit at least its not the one where the tip opens and shuts.

Taking the D2 's to Vail this week.
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You guys still in love with thse Kastle's? I love them too , because my buddy who has a pair likes his 88"s so much he gave his brand new Atomic D2 VF's to ski because he obviously likes the 88's alot better. Skied the D2 's this Sunday at the local hill. The snow was so good a 2x4 would have been fun. Seems like a very good ski. Gadgety for sure, but give me some credit at least its not the one where the tip opens and shuts.

Taking the D2 's to Vail this week.



They are like some kind of addiction.  Once they are on your feet, you never want to take them off.  Once they touch snow, its all over.  You start feeling withdrawl symptoms even in the time it takes you to run into the lodge to tap a kidney...

post #11 of 15
 I know phil! I want a cookie!
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 I know phil! I want a cookie!

I know phil too, but I didn't inhale.
post #13 of 15
I know Phil.  I didn't even know you could smoke cookies!?!
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   Who is this Phil?
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   Who is this Phil?
Oh yeah, Phil. 
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