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Organ size and ski quiver size

post #1 of 18
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There is game,,,little boys play just around puberty!

They think that the size of "certain organs" is directly related to their function!  Thus size = performance!

Later in life they discover slowly that it is not the size that matters,,but what you do with it!

 

After reading for some time the "chats" in many American and British ski sites,,this game seems to be played with a variation!

It is the "quiver" game!

 

It goes something like this!

 

I want to be accepted,,,no respected by all those others all over the ski world!

I can not show them (like on snow) how great I am so I must find an other way to do so!

A great skier,,,,,no a fantastic skier has to have at least 20 pairs of skis! One for each occasion! 

If you are "fantastic" and wealthy,,then you must get the most "exotic" ski! Hand man in a small Colorado garage made from bamboo and vines from Nepal, by a ski guru who hiked up K2 and ski backwards down the east slopes!

 

Come on fellows!

The real fantastic skier has one ski,,and skis all conditions with that ski!  Ever see Jean-Claude in powder?

 

Stop those quiver posts,,,,,a little "strange" in this recession!

 

F

post #2 of 18

Troll!  This is a quote form another post of YOURS!

 

 

"My SL skis are all exact center to "effective edge distance"! ( The changes of position, on a short SL ski are major compared to DH or GS)

My GS  188 cm. are set ahead of the traditional position! How much ahead? That is my specific choice!

My Powder soft wide skis are dead center again to entire ski!

My teaching skis,,,,,,well forward!"

post #3 of 18
What a cute cheese eating surrender troll. Do not feed.
post #4 of 18

France, you sound anti ski.

post #5 of 18

Well, you will find that kind of bravado in any sport or activity. Regardless of the activity, many people will make purchases based on ego rather than utility, especially when you are young. On another note, I believe it is peer pressure that has made the wide ski craze successful--"mine is bigger than yours."

 

Women are less apt to display this kind of bravado. They are usually sensible and are just happy with a ski that handles well for the conditions they ski in. They don't have to worry so much about image and they don't have the testosterone-fueled urge to show they are the Bull Elk with the biggest and baddest rack in the valley.  As such, their time on the snow is probably more enjoyable as they are on equipment appropriate for their experience level and terrain and their wallets are much heavier as they don't feel they have to keep up with the Jone's.

 

As far as people sharing their quiver photos--what's wrong with that? Most dedicated skiers own more than one ski.  

 

post #6 of 18

I used to have a one ski quiver.  That was all I could afford.

 

If you have the money, why would you be skiing a SL ski on a DH course or a SG ski in the bumps?  You wouldn't.

post #7 of 18

I'm comfortable with the size of my organ.....must buy more skis!

 

bigorgan.jpg

post #8 of 18



It's not the size of the organ but the music it makes wink.gif

 

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Originally Posted by lj269 View Post

I'm comfortable with the size of my organ.....must buy more skis!

 

bigorgan.jpg

post #9 of 18

It's how big the organ's pedals are - under foot.   And Keith Emerson added rocker to the organ.

post #10 of 18

Stops, stops, stops!!  I can't Handel it anymore.

post #11 of 18

For the most part, here in the East, ultra-wide skis with rocker and bad-sounding names are mostly useful only for preening in the lift lines.

 

post #12 of 18
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Originally Posted by MojoMan View Post

For the most part, here in the East, ultra-wide skis with rocker and bad-sounding names are mostly useful only for preening in the lift lines.

 



oh I so hope I get to ski with you.

 

post #13 of 18

Stop those trolling posts,,,,,a little "strange" in this forum!

 

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Stop those quiver posts,,,,,a little "strange" in this recession!
post #14 of 18

So did you hear about the gentleman running nude through the church?

 

He was caught by the organ.

post #15 of 18

I see Chaos finally found a buddy.

post #16 of 18

Yes, and a bigger organ is more capable of filling the whole room with music.
 

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Originally Posted by L&AirC View Post



It's not the size of the organ but the music it makes wink.gif

 

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Originally Posted by lj269 View Post

I'm comfortable with the size of my organ.....must buy more skis!

 

bigorgan.jpg


 
post #17 of 18

She actually quivered quite a bit last night while the organ playedspit.gif

post #18 of 18

<insert John Bobbit joke here>

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