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Old November 14th 20, 09:35 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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[Default] On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 13:24:47 -0800, Alan Baker
wrote this crap:


Actually, Baker, I am quite spoiled. I tune and wax my own and

I can certainly tell the difference when my skis need a grind.

Please. You couldn't tell is one was waxed and the other wasn't.


He couldn't tell the difference between the pointy end and the flat
end.

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Old November 14th 20, 10:48 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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On 2020-11-14 2:23 p.m., wrote:

You are insane.


Your top posting tell. :-)

Go **** yourself. REPORT ME!!!!!! Invoking Baker rule.


You were supposed to have done that the last post...

....but you never had good impulse control, did you?

:-)

As with Hobbs, nothing has changed. BTW, those lovely Mindbenders
didn't need a grind, arrived freshly tuned. And I know so little
about tuning skis that the owner of my shop asked me if I wanted a
job during the preseason rush. No ****ing way, but the thought was
nice.


It's easy to say that... ...isn't it?
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Old November 14th 20, 11:36 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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On 11/14/2020 02:23 PM, wrote:

... the owner of my shop asked me if I
wanted a job during the preseason rush.


Sweeping floors for minimum wage?

--
Cheers, Bev
"I used to be convinced that MicroSquish shipped crap because they
simply didn't give a flying **** as long as the sheep kept buying
their ****. Now, I'm convinced that they really do ship the best
products they are capable of writing, and *that's* tragic."
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Old November 14th 20, 11:55 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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On 2020-11-14 4:33 p.m., wrote:
On Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 3:48:58 PM UTC-8, Alan Baker wrote:
On 2020-11-14 2:23 p.m., wrote:

You are insane.


Your top posting tell. :-)
Go **** yourself. REPORT ME!!!!!! Invoking Baker rule.

You were supposed to have done that the last post...

...but you never had good impulse control, did you?

:-)
As with Hobbs, nothing has changed. BTW, those lovely Mindbenders
didn't need a grind, arrived freshly tuned. And I know so little
about tuning skis that the owner of my shop asked me if I wanted a
job during the preseason rush. No ****ing way, but the thought was
nice.

It's easy to say that... ...isn't it?

Truth is easy to say. Which is why you will never REPORT ME!!!!!!
Here's something else that is easy to say. You are an insane, cowardly, stalking beetch. Go **** yourself.


So what happened to the Baker rule for a second time this thread?

:-)
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Old November 15th 20, 06:22 PM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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[Default] On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 11:59:56 -0800 (PST),
" wrote this crap:

On Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 10:58:04 AM UTC-8, wrote:
[Default] On Thu, 12 Nov 2020 20:06:24 -0800 (PST),
" wrote this crap:


You know, talking skiing. The shop guys love me, send them
a lot of business and always make an offering to the Gawd
s of the Shop, otherwise known as an annual half rack of PBR.
They tolerate you because you bring them beer. Behind your back
they're laughing at you.

Yeah, that's why I got the mount for half price. Every time.

Sure they do. Obviously another lie. I thought you mounted your own
skis. If they're used skis, aren't the holes already drilled?


Only an idiot mounts his own skis, idiot.


Tell that to the guys at the ski shop.

I'll be you use nails, through the whole ski into the base, right?


Right. Big-assed railroad spikes. I don't want them to come loose.

Here is a clue, dumb****. Modern bindings need a jig to be properly
mounted, and I like to have the bindings tested, smart to do so.


I built my own jig in my basement workshop. And I test them myself.
You can probably buy a good jig on Amazon or ebay.


Ooops, you use Turtle wax. Make sure and tell them.

I don't need to. Why would I even go there?


You're too stupid to know why.


That's because you don't have new skis or a Subaru.
I would never own a subaru. If someone gave me one, I'd have it
crushed.

That's because you are an idiot who doesn't go skiing.
Great cars when you live near mountains.

When you live near the mountains, a truly great vehicle is a Jeep.
Toledo is home of the Jeep.


You don't live near the mountains, idiot. People who live
where I do buy Jeeps. And a boatload a day of Subarus.


Where I live people throw rocks at Subarus.

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Old November 17th 20, 12:59 AM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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[Default] On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 16:36:22 -0800, The Real Bev
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On 11/14/2020 02:23 PM, wrote:

... the owner of my shop asked me if I
wanted a job during the preseason rush.


Sweeping floors for minimum wage?


Cleaning toilets, emptying trash, mopping, and other janitorial
duties.

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Old November 17th 20, 01:01 AM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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[Default] On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 16:54:40 -0800 (PST),
" wrote this crap:

On Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 4:36:25 PM UTC-8, The Real Bev wrote:
On 11/14/2020 02:23 PM, wrote:

... the owner of my shop asked me if I
wanted a job during the preseason rush.

Sweeping floors for minimum wage?


Nah, telling sociopathic pathological liars that they are fugly ****s.
I'm an expert, obviously, you fugly ****.
Here's a clue. Back in the days of the FIRST Park City girlfriend,
I had a job mounting and tuning skis at a local shop.


The only thing you mounted was sheep and crack whores.


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Old November 17th 20, 01:07 AM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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[Default] On Sun, 15 Nov 2020 12:35:22 -0800 (PST),
" wrote this crap:

That's because you don't have new skis or a Subaru.
I would never own a subaru. If someone gave me one, I'd have it
crushed.

That's because you are an idiot who doesn't go skiing.
Great cars when you live near mountains.
When you live near the mountains, a truly great vehicle is a Jeep.
Toledo is home of the Jeep.

You don't live near the mountains, idiot. People who live
where I do buy Jeeps. And a boatload a day of Subarus.

Where I live people throw rocks at Subarus.


Where I live, if you throw a rock at a Subaru, odds are a lesbian
will come out and shoot you. Go for it.


Are you telling us that you are a lesbian?

You tell some good stories. You should write a book. I got the
perfect title for it. "I tasted my brother's dick on my mother's
pussy."

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Old November 17th 20, 06:33 AM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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On 2020-11-16 11:11 p.m., wrote:
On Monday, November 16, 2020 at 5:59:17 PM UTC-8,
wrote:
[Default] On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 16:36:22 -0800, The Real Bev
wrote this crap:
On 11/14/2020 02:23 PM, wrote:

... the owner of my shop asked me if I wanted a job during the
preseason rush.

Sweeping floors for minimum wage?

Cleaning toilets, emptying trash, mopping, and other janitorial
duties.


Tuning skis, custom wax jobs, base repairs, etc. You would not
understand. I've watched them work for years and actually finished
some pairs myself, just for fun.


Riiiight.

A ski tuning shop would let you work on a customer's skis.

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Old November 17th 20, 06:54 AM posted to rec.skiing.alpine
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On 2020-11-16 11:49 p.m., wrote:
On Monday, November 16, 2020 at 11:33:44 PM UTC-8, Alan Baker wrote:
On 2020-11-16 11:11 p.m., wrote:
On Monday, November 16, 2020 at 5:59:17 PM UTC-8,
wrote:
[Default] On Sat, 14 Nov 2020 16:36:22 -0800, The Real Bev
wrote this crap:
On 11/14/2020 02:23 PM, wrote:

... the owner of my shop asked me if I wanted a job during
the preseason rush.

Sweeping floors for minimum wage?
Cleaning toilets, emptying trash, mopping, and other
janitorial duties.

Tuning skis, custom wax jobs, base repairs, etc. You would not
understand. I've watched them work for years and actually
finished some pairs myself, just for fun.

Riiiight.

A ski tuning shop would let you work on a customer's skis.


Not just a ski tuning shop, of course.


Riiiight.

So whom were you "watching work"?

Baker, one of the reasons you
won't even get near me in the real world is that I am trained and
experienced in teaching stalking freaks lessons they will never
forget. As it happens, I am also trained and experienced at tuning
and repairing skis.


Riiiiight.

As in got paid to do it in the winter of 90-91
in Park City, spent three months down there because I had a ski area
girlfriend.


Riiiiight. Got any proof?

Also got me a free pass to Pork Sushi. Been tuning my
own ever since, even bought a new pair of vises last year, have all
the tools I need and about a five year supply of wax. I keep all of
my friend's skis touched up and tell them when to bite the bullet and
pay for a shop job, some things I can't do. You actually remind me of
the last time I was up at Whistler, friend of mine is a legendary
race ski tech. Had lunch with him (you didn't show up, as usual)


Because you wouldn't tell me precisely where and when to be there.

and
he offered a free tune of my Mantras, they hadn't seen a shop in
three years or so. So I bought the shop a half rack (at ****ing
Canadian prices) and watched the whole process. Ran them through the
fancy Wintersteiger, finished them off by hand, filled some
scratches, then gave them a race hot box wax. Got on them a couple
days later at Sun Peaks and I was delighted by how well they skied.
Indeed, skied so well I'm keeping them even though I have two new
pairs of 98 waist skis, the old school Mantras are the best dust on
crust boards I've ever owned, basically a wide gs ski, like I am a
wide gs skier. Learned a bit through the process, but other than the
machines, pretty much the same process with better tools. You would
not understand, because you are a stupid idiot. REPORT ME!!!!!!
WHISTLER!!!!!! You pathetic wimp.


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