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post #11 of 32 (permalink) Old 12-08-2012, 04:46 PM
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Nice! Funny how the snowboarders didn't seem to have problems in that yet the skiers were all over the place. They have more to worry about: 2 skis and 2 poles, whereas we only have to be concerned about the position of 1 board.

All these videos make me wonder why they tell us we need a leash to prevent a "runaway board" when skiers are the ones whose shit goes everywhere.
I just ignore those guys anyway. At some places here in MI they actually make it mandatory for snowboarders. This makes perfect sense for their step-in rental boards, which would freeze up and wouldn't click to my boots years ago when I used them. But my board and all other non-rentals have strap-in bindings, so I always just put my front pant leg over my binding straps so the can't see that there isn't a leash.

Man, I wish I lived out west somewhere.

Must be a skier taping, because he seems to cut off every snowboarder looking like they are nailing the jump till it's cut off.
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You joking? The last two were the only ones even close to serious. And out of those only Simon got hurt.
Pick up a dictionary and look up "Karma"... Not sure what you read into that but it's pretty basic. I could care less if you find crashes funny, I laugh at the misfortune of others all the time. I probably wouldn't do it on a public forum though, because there's always the chance you might end up leaving the slopes on a stretcher next time out and I'll be the guy telling you to go back to the dictionary and look up "Irony"
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Pick up a dictionary and look up "Karma"... Not sure what you read into that but it's pretty basic. I could care less if you find crashes funny, I laugh at the misfortune of others all the time. I probably wouldn't do it on a public forum though, because there's always the chance you might end up leaving the slopes on a stretcher next time out and I'll be the guy telling you to go back to the dictionary and look up "Irony"
Someone's got some sand in their vagina me thinks.
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Are there still resorts that require use of a leash?

If a liftie ever told me buy one of those before I could ride up I'd beat the shit out of him.
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The sand keeps me warm, reminds me of the beach
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Don't fall asleep when high tide comes in, crams tons of sand in the vagina.
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Im all for having fun, showing your tits and getting fucked up on a river float but it can be done without being a pig.
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You guys are both funny!
You both have good comebacks!

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Are there still resorts that require use of a leash?

If a liftie ever told me buy one of those before I could ride up I'd beat the shit out of him.
Yeah, there are still some in MI, as far as I know. The lift operators around here are sometimes kinda grumpy and intimidating and usually look at whoever's getting on the lift next to check they have their ticket and sometimes a leash. I had strapped in on the lift once and when I got off I was stopped by this old asshole operator who told me that I'm not allowed to do that; and said if I did it again I'd be banned or have my ticket revoked or something. Yet he happened to be smoking and droping all his cigarette butts on the exit ramp of the lift.
Now my board is addicted to nicotine and I can't get it to quit smoking!

The lifties in CO were the complete opposite though. Every one of them were social, younger, smiled and tried to make conversation. Some of them were wearing snowboard boots and had their boards by the operating station. Being snowboarders is probably why they had their typical awesome attitudes. I do know some skiers who are just as nice, but most I've met are serious.
I wish all lifties were like the ones I met in CO.

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This isn't really a ski crash but I think it's close enough!

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