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olenick's truck isnt really his... its a corporate vehicle for Monster..If he ever leaves monster, he loses the truck. then he can go back to driving his lil dodge peon.. the only pro with legit cars is Jon..
No, I really don't agree with you, in fact I couldn't disagree more. Your statement represents the absolute worst attitude that one can have in life. Who cares about having mad bank and driving fancy cars? Who wants to sit inside all day and make money so you can go home and go to sleep and do it again?
Life is about having fun, being outside, and doing the things you love like skiing as much as possible. Pro skiers have the best lives everr, who the fuck needs a fancy car when you can ski everyday? You just don't need th. You choose to live a life dedicated to material possessions that in the end won't bring you shit or give you true satisfaction.
"Life is about having fun, being outside, and doing the things you love like skiing as much as possible. Pro skiers have the best lives everr, who the fuck needs a fancy car when you can ski everyday? You just don't need th. You choose to live a life dedicated to material possessions that in the end won't bring you shit or give you true satisfaction."
Im going to agree with your first sentence, and think you are full of shit for the rest.. I never claimed to have a fancy car or be materialistic.. I believe i also stated Im a weekend warrior. I unfortunately have to work 8-5 M-F to be able to go skiing when i can. So you wanna bash me because i spent MY money on a car that will get me to the mountain safely??
So.. feel free to rant on about how you want to drive a 1990 K car and have fun emulating tom wallisch or "the" cool skier of the year on here while i work, pump money into the economy and enjoy the drive to the mountain, ski the shit out of a mountain, and enjoy the ride back.. ill wave to you as i pass you by cause you were too busy having "fun" in your k car.
I would have to think so, he's such an awesome guy in real life.
And his pants at Momentum were literally in tatters, he'd made some extremely futile efforts to patch them back together with duct tape that failed miserably, and he still wore them all week even though you know he would have had no problem getting a new pair...he doesn't seem like the type that would flaunt his possessions.
nope i did, his belt buckle is humorous to me and i thought it'd be funny if he stood in a way that accentuated his humongous belt buckle. if anyone's to blame for his pose it's me, not pete. his pose and stance i felt worked well with the presence of the huge Monster truck behind him. guess it didn't go over well with some people tho!
i think you underestimate the power skiing has over some poeple. the lengths people will go just to get a few turns in when it is mid summer. they do if for the pure love of the sport and nothing will get in their way. its almost a drug. i have lernd to understand some people dont look at skiing the same way i do. to me i have to do it and i have to do it as often as possible. i have up rooted where i came from just to make a few dollers and ski as much a possible. now you have to look at us the kids who now look at skiing as not a sport but a lifestyle. yeah maybe i wont make the money i want but i will be happy doing what im doing just like your happy doing what your doing. and yes some kids on this site come at things in a very wrong way.
well said sir. I agree with you. I love to ski and hate the pain of summer. I also live in the United States and good ole taxed to hell NY.. So working is no choice.. when it came time to get a new car, i went with the logical solution to driving in all conditions and happen to come across the deal i drive now. Now i still ski 3 nights a week (after working) and sundays. This logs me about 70 days a year.. thats not bad for being "materialistic" as caprinucus said i am.. and 70 days a year (although not enough for me) makes for a great season and i can truely appreciate the sport in all those days.
on a side note.. with the expense of skiing now adays... a full time job is required (or an industry hookup) if you want to ski 100+ and have good equipment (apparently good skis must be materialistic as well since they cost money)
hahaha very true. i got over 100 days but my pow skis consisted of the first foils with no edges. made the best of it and still had the best year of my life. its really easy when you come from ohio though.