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12/11/2007 12:25:30 PM i just looked at the slope cam from NC's sugar mountain, and its surprising they even let people out there with that little "wet/granular" snow http://skisugar.com/sugarlive/
12/9/2007 12:03:51 PM I have an extra USAirways/America west voucher I need to get rid of before the 14th (this thursday). Basically, you can get any flight for free within the US as long as there is availability on USAir or American West. The only thing that is bad with this is that it expires this thursday. So, you can still make a reservation for next year, the voucher just has to be applied to the reservation by thursday. To check for availability and to make a reservation, call USAirways at 1-800-428-4322. Tell them you want to check for availability using a "transportation voucher exchange coupon" with a dollar amount of "$0.00". This dollar amount signifies that you will have no other fees associated with this flight (in other words, it is good for a free round trip flight). Tell them the origin/destination and the dates that you are looking for. If they ask for the voucher number when you try to make the reservation, tell them you do not have it right now and you will call back when you get it, but to go ahead and hold your reservation for 3 days. I am asking $250 for it, so all that you would have to pay for a roundtrip flight would be $250 (no other fees of any sort for me or USAir) PM me if you are interested I've sold two of these before, so you dont have to worry about anything. http://myworld.ebay.com/cantbeyou for some more info. Update, 1 has been taken, so only 1 left now
8/4/2007 6:20:03 PM just incase none of you knew about this website (www.giveawayoftheday.com), it basically has a new software up everyday for free. today there is a video converting software up that is pretty good, so i figured i would pass the news along. if you want it, you need to download and activate it before midnight pacific tonight (sat) -they have pretty decent stuff most of the time, but occasionally they do have gay stuff up (castle screensavers,etc) just check once a day and you may find something pretty useful.
7/29/2007 6:29:48 PM i may be heading to costa rica in 2 weeks (cheap last minute plane tickets), so i was wondering if anyone has been there to surf? If so, did you rent/buy when you got there or take your own board? it would be about $100 total (there and back) to take my board (at the risk of the baggage people trashing it). i already have a decent travel bag and could get some noodles to put on the rails for added protection, but i am kinda confused as to what i should do. i've heard there is definitely not a shortage of boards in the jaco area (where i would most likely stay), but i've also heard that it is kinda hard to find a decent board. i've also heard the boards are pretty expensive down there as well... so, should i risk settling for a cheapo/beat up board down there or fork out the $100 to carry my stick with me?
7/14/2007 5:55:00 AM I think this may have been brought up several times before, but i just noticed something new a couple of days ago. everytime i try to load a new page on here, it will go super slow in loading it. I am also not able to switch tabs (firefox). BUT, i just found out how to do these things, which is strange in itself. when i move my mouse around, it speeds up loading the page (it will load right away when i start to move my moue). i can let it sit for 15 seconds then move my mouse and it wont do anything until then. Or i can just move it right away after i click a link and it will load right away. for switching tabs, just clicking on the other tab at the top will not do anything except kinda freeze up the page. BUT if I switch to another program then come back to this page, it will have switched. This is also true for inserting pictures and link (since they have pop ups) into the messages. These things ONLY happen for SS.com and it is 99% of the time that i experience it. when i have gotten on ss.com on other computers, i have also noticed it being pretty slow, but didn't try the mouse thing. also, my computer is fairly new so it's definitely not my computer (and its not because popups are unabled. Anyways, i remember some people talking about the pages loading really slow for them to, so i just wanted to see if these things are true for anyone else and maybe it will help speed things up for you as well
12/10/2006 8:12:40 AM So I am going to utah this thursday (14th)!!! I have a little problem though, I only have room to take one board.... So, which one do ya'll think I should take, 154 Burton Royale or 155 Burton Retro Twin?? I plan on going all over the mountains (75% freeride, 25% park, because powder is rare on the east coast), so I am kinda leaning towards the royale, but I really want to try both out, but I can not... there are still early season conditions out there (only 27" at park city), so this may factor in??? I also kinda doubt there will be deep powder (no storms forecasted, but i know that can change). so which one should i take and why?? royale or twin??
11/15/2006 10:04:27 AM Here’s a good board for the true beginner. It is very cheaply priced, but will help you progress quicker than you will fall on your butt. Review from fellow rider: 5 of 5 stars Seeing how Epinions is so slow in updating their site with new products, and considering that some products (e.g. ski/snowboard products) change yearly, I see that the Cruzer board pictured here is not the current 2001-2002 season model. Nevertheless, here's my review of the 2001-2002 Burton Cruzer snowboard 155cm size (Green base side, Blue top side). First of all, if you've come this far, you have probably decided to buy a board. You are most likely a beginner or intermediate boarder on a budget, otherwise you'd be browsing the $400+ boards... When starting off, it's good to buy from a big, well-established company such as Burton, and to get a non-specialized board for general all-mountain use. That usually means, get a freeride board. The Burton Cruzer is both: a freeride board that you can use all over the mountain, and it's specificially made for beginner snowboarders. It is a directional board, meaning that the tail is heavier than the front, designed for freeriding. And the price is reasonable as well. You can pick one up from eBay (brand new ones) for around $200 or less, and around $150 for a good used board. My advice for beginners to to invest money on the best boots and bindings you can buy, and then get a reasonably-priced board. This is because good boots will last you years and good bindings will do the same, and they are the factors that most affect your feeling of connection with the board and thus your snowboarding experience. The board, however, will sooner or later break and you'll probably want to "upgrade" to specialized models when you get better or as you decide to switch your riding style. So if you had $500 budgeted for a package, spend $300 of it on boots and bindings and $200 on the board; don't spend $400 on a nice-looking "pro" board and $100 on bad boots and cheap bindings! Consider the advice of the salespeople at the snowboard/ski shop, but only consider it as one of many sources of information. Board sizes are based mainly on your weight, not height. The Burton guidelines for their board sizes are fairly accurate for most people. You an use the "B.U.R.T." tool on their website (www.burton.com) to narrow down board choices by inputting your weight, shoe size, height, sex, etc. I'm 5"4' 125lbs. and I chose the 155cm version of the Cruzer (suggested weight range is 110-160lbs). It feels just right for me. Other boards I've rented were 150, 149, 146cm and they seem right to me as well, so there is no hard-and-fast rule for sizes. The waist width of the board is normal, maybe slightly on the narrow side for me (I have size 10 boots). I set up my bindings so that I have an even amount of toe and heel overhang (about 1.5"), and doing a test, the boots don't touch the ground even at angles of more than 60 degrees, so I do not drag my boots in the snow. This is mostly because my bindings' height is fairly high. I'd say size 10 boots are the maximum for this board. If you have larger boots, a wider board may be needed (wide beginner boards are rare, and Burton doesn't make one-- you'll have to spend more money for an intermediate/advanced board if you need go wide). Always make sure to try on the boards with your bindings and boots to check the overhang! The Cruzer (and the LTR, which I think they only rent as part of their Learn-To-Ride Program) both are designed for beginners in that their steel edge is "beveled" 3 degrees on the bottom. This is to lessen the chance of the edge catching and making you fall. A subtle but nice feature. The steel edge wraps around the entire board and not just the sides; all Burton boards have this, fortuantely. The board ha
11/6/2006 8:34:16 AM Just wanted to compile a thread for a bunch of funny snowboard crashes. I was looking on youtube and found quite a few. Here are some of them: [FLASH WIDTH=400 HEIGHT=360]http://www.youtube.com/v/1786B9NGpiM[/FLASH]cantbeyou2006-11-06 08:37:52
10/21/2006 7:39:38 PM I know that this isn't snowboard related, but I just gotta say something about my team, CLEMSON!!! They just tore Georgia Tech a new one, adding to the many already torn this year. I'm just glad my little state is showing up on the national radar Who are you all pulling for?
10/20/2006 3:21:32 PM Since others have mentioned threads being started for one subject and then going off on weird tangents, i figured i'd go ahead and start a thread about nothing. So, post whatever you feel like posting. The goal is to be as random as possible, or just use it for talking about whatever.

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