"pee on the zombies, because not even zombies want pee all over them" - ktwofreeskier
"Never before in my time at the bar or on the bench have I ever had to deal with somebody who voluntarily allowed himself to be buggered by a dog on the public highway. Frankly it is beyond most of our comprehension" - British Judge
~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~-~ JEW CREW CULT FOR LYF!!send me a PM if u want in Punk/Ska Cult,PM me if you want in *hYpHy Cult* PM me if you are from the bay area and want in Powder Kings Cult rebuilt, PM me
shortanconfused-"i was taking some advil at school last week and some black kid from marin city walked up to me and demanded some of my thizz."
[/i]skisebski-"thats called rape." EastcoastJibber-"nope. surprise sex"
LOLO is the Shit him for park and pipe, Seth for big mountain
'You know the world has gone crazy when the best rapper is a white guy, the best golfer is a black, the Swiss hold the America's cup, France is accusing the U.S. of arrogance, and Germany doesn't want to go to war
and the two people that run this great USA are BUSH and DICK.'
Allow me to re-introduce myself
My name is Hov', OH, H-to-the-O-V
I used to move snowflakes by the O-Z
I guess even back then you can call me
CEO of the R-O-C, Hov'!
there are several skiers whose style has lasted through the ages for reasons that are asethetic, original or crazy in nature: Auclair/Cusson, Candide, Pollard, Mickael, and even Seth (some people love big-ass laid-out bacflips and loops).
there are some skiers whose style seems to be the latest thing: Rainville, Vanular, Sammy Carlson and whoever is the next kid on the block.
some skiers have made smaller, yet very influential contributions to style: think Skogen circa '99/'00, or Pep circa Session 1242.
but none of those skiers' style will last like T Hall's style: universally dominant.