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    For the season, Blizzard of AHHHHHs..... 1988...
    Amazing to see how much skiing has progressed since then.

    Vintage Glen Plake and Scot Schmidt



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    Quote Originally Posted by monadnocky View Post
    Huh. Just saw that last night and I thought it was amazing. Interesting.
    I had high expectations following a great npr review but was confused by the experience. I mean, it was fine, but maybe I missed something and need to watch it again?

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    Wings of Desire is an all-time great movie. What a picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vertical_doug View Post
    Vintage Glen Plake and Scot Schmidt
    Follower and leader. So many memories of hardly watching, mostly listening to Stump films in the ski shop while selling the gear I wanted to the people who could afford it.

    Will you also watch License to Thrill?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    Follower and leader. So many memories of hardly watching, mostly listening to Stump films in the ski shop while selling the gear I wanted to the people who could afford it.

    Will you also watch License to Thrill?
    Nah, we will switch to 1995 and Endless Winter with Warren Miller.
    It's when Craig Kelly and Burton rampaged on the scene and changed the lines we could ride.




    a lot of good snowboard memories from 1995

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    Craig Kelly was so cool. I used my shop discount to buy his signature board for my friend.
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    Since this is a cycling forum I'll suggest The Triplets of Belleville. Probably not a movie for non-cyclists or anyone else without a bizarre sense of filmmaking. It's a must-see for any cyclist though.

    On the lighter side, I watch The Commitments about every year. Put the kids in a safe place and crank up the stereo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 72gmc View Post
    Big Night is a great movie. Be prepared to eat after watching it.
    This article (written by The Guardianís food critic) came out a few weeks ago. Basically details how Tucci invited him to make a Timpano. Makes for a decent read, but iím not sure iím as impressed about the actual product (though it certainly is an impressive culinary feat, just not to my liking).

    https://www.theguardian.com/food/202...cci-jay-rayner

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    Quote Originally Posted by echappist View Post
    This article (written by The Guardianís food critic) came out a few weeks ago. Basically details how Tucci invited him to make a Timpano. Makes for a decent read, but iím not sure iím as impressed about the actual product (though it certainly is an impressive culinary feat, just not to my liking).

    https://www.theguardian.com/food/202...cci-jay-rayner

    Timpano...one of the world's tastiest caloric gut bombs.

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