i'm kinda floatin' in the same boat. if you're going to fail anyways... go for it... but if you have any hopes of pulling your grades up, do that. i'm a dummy too, and i ski and skip tests and shit because of it. i dont know what to do with myself.
...ohhhhhhhhhhh! unnatural! - Harvιє .(dfp represent) 'get be-fuckin-hind me, bitch. i said get behind me' 'get behind me? what is that?!' 'i'll make it... wwwway more worth while for you not to drink' 'if you want me to puke everywhere... Go for it'
Um, you're young and have a LOT of skiing days left in your life...I'm not saying skip the trip necessarily....but you should definitely bring those grades up. Otherwise, life is a long one full of shitty dead end jobs.
some of the higher-up's in the company are starting to realize the future of the sport 10 years from now lies in the hands of freeskiing. - Rex
ahaha i am in the exact same boat. I want to go to mammoth but if I miss my german class my prof is taking off 5% of my mark per day. I end up missing 4 classes when I'm away in Mammoth so i lose 3% of my final grade. This normally wouldnt be a big deal but i NEED an a- in that class or I get kicked out of my program. Its tough... then again mammoth has had its best snow year EVER so it makes the decision a bit easier i think.
'wow....ATLANTASKI should be dragged behind a truck at 90mp/h over rusty razorblades, stabbed multiple times with ice picks, raped up the bum-bum by rabid gorillas and then shot....' -big_white_hucker
map out a 3/4/5 triangle with the shortest leg of being the one between you and mammoth. explain to your teacher that the pow was 2' deep and your trajectory of 21 degrees sent you 45' down the hill while you did a multi-axis 720 rotation. :)