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Old 09-19-2011, 11:23 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Utah has better looking strippers.
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Old 09-19-2011, 11:31 PM   #22 (permalink)
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They're not even nude.
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Old 09-19-2011, 11:35 PM   #23 (permalink)
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They didn't have to be.
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BA is probably always suprised at non-rude strippers.

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Old 09-20-2011, 07:59 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Yeah Utah has a lot less lines and similar amount of snow, but there are less places to go after snowboarding, I mean if he only cares about the riding and getting as much as he can in, Utah is good but Colorado has more of a "packaged deal" with more non-snowboarding things to do than Utah
Similar amount of snow? Quit talking you know nothing. The cottonwoods get 500" and CO resorts get what a little over 300" annually? Looks similar to me.
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Similar amount of snow? Quit talking you know nothing. The cottonwoods get 500" and CO resorts get what a little over 300" annually? Looks similar to me.
Thats because its wetter snow. so it doesnt fluff as much
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While Utah has "wetter" snow but it's about a 1-2% difference in comparison. They still get about 200" more most seasons. Geographically there are some spots in Colorado that get similar snow fall amounts, but almost all of them are backcountry spots. Like Berthoud, Red Mountain, Irwin, etc.
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While Utah has "wetter" snow but it's about a 1-2% difference in comparison. They still get about 200" more most seasons. Geographically there are some spots in Colorado that get similar snow fall amounts, but almost all of them are backcountry spots. Like Berthoud, Red Mountain, Irwin, etc.
yeah, same thing up here in southeast wyoming. 15 miles up the road from my local mountain gets probably around 500 inches while the ski hill gets 300 on a good year.
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Old 09-20-2011, 04:20 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Similar amount of snow? Quit talking you know nothing. The cottonwoods get 500" and CO resorts get what a little over 300" annually? Looks similar to me.
Fucking hate fags like you who think they're hot shit on a forum, I say one thing you disagree with and you go all e-badass k bitch fend your state IDGAF the amount of snow isn't that much of a difference but if your going to wet your fucking panties k there's more in Utah, and FYI, I never said I was an expert, I've done all my riding in both states but I don't live in either of the states so I don't know all the technical shit
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Fucking hate fags like you who think they're hot shit on a forum, I say one thing you disagree with and you go all e-badass k bitch fend your state IDGAF the amount of snow isn't that much of a difference but if your going to wet your fucking panties k there's more in Utah, and FYI, I never said I was an expert, I've done all my riding in both states but I don't live in either of the states so I don't know all the technical shit
Simple solution dumbass do a little research before you speak or just let the people that actually know talk about it. And anyone else notice the irony here?
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