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舊 2012-08-31, 04:12 AM   #40
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I appreciate you telling me about this. I find the idea pretty interesting. Most of the
plays on my youtube videos come from Japan, that's why I put Japanese symbols in
the titles. My video with 8,000 plays or whatever is especially getting played in Japan.
The opportunities to make money doing my type of skiing in the US is pretty much zero
because I'm not an acrobat. I have seen those "technical" competitions in Japan
on youtube for a while, but I didn't know they were a big deal over there. I don't
remember saying that that I could ski "better" than those guys in that style. I think I
can ski very similarly to them. Would the prize money be enough to pay for a trip to
Japan? It seems risky that I would lose money if I didn't succeed. I hear that Japan is
rediculously expensive to travel in and I am certainly not rich. I don't know if I could
afford it at all. We usually vacation in really cheap countries... like Nicaragua this year : )

If I make the video of me skiing in different styles, I will let you know. I am definitely
tired of this argument (which again I have seen many times before), so I might take
the time to do it this year.

Here is a video that has me and olympic mogul skier Chuck Martin in it. I have seen Chuck
ski in many styles.

Chuck is in the white at 0:41. I am at 1:03 (shot repeated in slow motion). Chuck is right
after that at 1:30, then lastly at 9:37.

Bumpapalooza 2010.mp4 - YouTube
Technical skiing Competition is a big event in Japan and usually held at Hakuba, the Olympic site I don't know how much is the price but top skiers from Canadan entered the competiotion before. The top guys in the competition will get invited to film video and of course they can earn money from there too.

I bought few video and they become my idols. The cost for skiing is there is around $200.00/day include hotel, breakfast and dinner in the hotel and lift tickets. Beef is expensive in Japan but Sushi is reasonable. I usually spent US$130.00per person per day in Tokyo ( include hotel, eating an transportation ) and $200.00 in the ski resort ( include hotel ski pass and eating )

If you need information about the resort Hakuba, just check this site out

http://www.japanspecialists.com/

I watch Chuck Martin in the Ski Logic video from youtube.
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