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舊 2016-02-06, 01:49 AM   #221
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太極CG謬論得証。反駁的方法已給你,你不學丶不認丶不做係你閣下的問題。
其實太極只是是一般上年紀的老人家,隨口講,講什麼也可以,他不會像我們講前會想一想,錯了也不會,他那能引經據典,你找到證據,他就說你道聽塗說,
典型的小知老人加白痴無恥
你跟他講也不用證據,那本教科書名出來便行
北海道濕,他那個 weather channel 出來便算,
下次講技術,我們就拿 CSIA Manu出來,說是那處講便行
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舊 2016-02-06, 03:07 AM   #222
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你的回言已經變成懶驢打滾了。
那倒是你弱慢族的的“絕”招,自己“懶驢打滾”後說別人‧就是在你的“太極荒島”裡你還是不能停編你的“老太婆包腳布”,你是被你“三寸不爛之舌”拖的不能停的可憐。
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Weather channel 我當然知道,但不是知道就懂天氣,你說 weather channel 有講北海道濕,那你找證據出來,不是你講就算,白痴無耿小知老人之名,不脛而走,拿過名出來便算,
也不是你“白痴無恥小知”否認就不是‧北海道是濕是乾是“雞毛蒜皮”的事,你只是“小麻雀的爭論,“吱吱喳喳””,你不能証明“北海道乾”就閉嘴吧‧你whistler group弱慢族“白痴無恥小知”之名沒人比的上的。

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加州就在海邊,為何 Sunny California , 為何北海道便要濕,天氣要是那麼簡單,那預測經常有錯
你小知是要討論“氣象”還是“地理”?Sunny California是因為“地中海氣候”,你知道那是什麼嗎?“為何北海道便要濕”前面也解釋過,自己回去看吧‧現在的氣象比二十年前我回Tahoe時準多了‧在局部的氣團、時效上說不定有差異,但是在大體上還是很準確的‧他們所預測的el nino正中,今年加州的雪特嘉‧

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舊 2016-02-06, 03:12 AM   #224
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我沒叫你 continue ,只是你 continue to be an ignorant,已說了是你閣下的事。你現在只懂 copy and paste ,難道你做了你自己口中的綱上病毒?
你whistler group/弱慢族的“無恥鐵齒”,只有你在“copy and paste”wikipedia,“難道你〔看不見〕做了你自己口中的綱上病毒”?

If you want to continue to be an ignorant, by all means, it’s your prerogative.
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舊 2016-02-06, 04:32 AM   #225
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也不是你“白痴無恥小知”否認就不是‧北海道是濕是乾是“雞毛蒜皮”的事,你只是“小麻雀的爭論,“吱吱喳喳””,你不能証明“北海道乾”就閉嘴吧‧你whistler group弱慢族“白痴無恥小知”之名沒人比的上的。



你小知是要討論“氣象”還是“地理”?Sunny California是因為“地中海氣候”,你知道那是什麼嗎?“為何北海道便要濕”前面也解釋過,自己回去看吧‧現在的氣象比二十年前我回Tahoe時準多了‧在局部的氣團、時效上說不定有差異,但是在大體上還是很準確的‧他們所預測的el nino正中,今年加州的雪特嘉‧

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北海道是乾是濕,是常識,但你的隨囗講,便證明你常識差,喜歡亂講,講錯又不認,什麼 weather channel ,隨囗講個名字,你有拿出個證據來嗎,什麼都叫人做,你自己講下就算
如假包換無恥白癡小知老人

你的解釋根本就是你亂講,我的解釋是由香港前天文台高級科學主任得來的,俾你這小知老人權威得太多,而且網上證據多的是,你這老人只懂活在狐狸洞,孤陋寡聞
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舊 2016-02-06, 04:35 AM   #226
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你whistler group/弱慢族的“無恥鐵齒”,只有你在“copy and paste”wikipedia,“難道你〔看不見〕做了你自己口中的綱上病毒”?

If you want to continue to be an ignorant, by all means, it’s your prerogative.
你連copy and paste都搵唔到惹來copy , 只懂什麼弱慢族,網上病毒,你已經沒有說話回,遲啲些又會被管理員刪除你的回覆
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舊 2016-02-06, 04:44 AM   #227
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更像是你大猩猩自拍胸脯,我不認為你能“全程用 side slip ,一個彎也不用轉”的〔滑〕下雙黑線,就不說你教人了,是你無知小人,以為你講個大話“自欺欺人”你就有能力?“真的笨到爆”。
你這小知老人,他家說能做的,你什麼也叫人證明給你看,下雙黑,你也不信 Norman 能下,結果他拍了片出來,你便沒有說話講

我教我老婆下來的雙黑雪道,就是 Norman 下那條,下雙黑要 side slip 全程那麼容易,
上次我在平地起來,你又説不可能,結果我又不是輕而易舉便起來,

你真是如假包換的小知老人
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舊 2016-02-06, 04:50 AM   #228
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你住在北美洲而不知道“weather channel”你是很“衰”‧你的証據“道聽途說”‧我的証據在物理上,“weather channel”只是一個來源。



你不懂物理就不要裝懂,“你這無恥白痴小知”只能整天躲在網路做“無恥鐵齒”“亂說一通”,很“衰”。
你懂的物理差不多是人都懂 用橫滑和 side slip 減速,只此兩招,其它欠奉

整天講我懂物理,你懂過屁,
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舊 2016-02-06, 05:02 AM   #229
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沒這回事,你只會“用公認的名詞”而不知道那名詞的意義,小知小技小人。



想你是第一個下來的人(其他的人都開溜了),四十度鬆雪你L2要是下不來你是很衰的,14秒的滑雪談不上什麼“effortless”‧這是Heavenly的“單黑”powder bumps,比你更“effortless”‧

Whitecrane skiing: powder bumps, Ponderosa, Heavenly - YouTube


Vancouver Chinese skier in Rutsusu 2016 - YouTube

GS turn 就是就 giant shalom turn , 是 high performance , high edge angle ,你自己都叫你自己 flat boarding , 一點兒也不似 GS turn
CSIA L2 的考試雪道都不會過二十度,L4 考試也不會過四十度,你小知老人苯到爆又在亂講,第一個躱開的便是一個 L2,

在這雪道下來很多人都能,只是怎下來,用多小力, Norman 也從我路線下來,只不過要花多我一倍時間有多,用的路線要濶些

Simon 便能跟我路線下來和跟我的時間差不多
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舊 2016-02-06, 05:02 AM   #230
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除了你的“道聽途說”以外,“還有你的什麼北海道“乾”的證據”, 快點找出來,不要又不了了之,”你小麻雀的爭論,“吱吱喳喳”。
北海道乾是我個人親身經歷丶我也去過加州幾次,感覺是北海道乾,皮膚都緊緊的,要不停用 lotion 滋潤

http://powderdetours.com/about/snow-conditions/


Snow Conditions

Japanese snow conditions are simply epic. Powder, powder and more powder! In 2009 it is said that Niseko had more than 18 meters of snow fall over the whole season. That's a lot of fresh snow.

Of course, there are many renowned powder destinations around the world, but very few compare to Japan’s unique environment. As a country that receives one of the highest snowfalls in the world, you’d almost expect the snow to be a little wet and heavy. Think Tahoe or Whistler: huge amounts of snow, but not as dry as their in-land counterparts like Colorado and Banff.

Japan gets the best of both worlds. Northwest winds bring intense cold air streams and strengthening weather systems down from Siberia picking up just enough moisture on their way over the Sea of Japan. And the first thing these systems hit is the mountains of Hokkaido, where they bust their almighty load unleashing some of the driest powder snow in the world.


Not convinced yet? Well, the water content in Japanese snow is often as low as 4%. Compare that to Utah’s usual 7% (another internationally renowned powder haven) and you have quite a difference. Typical temperatures in Japan’s ski resorts can range from -5° to -15° C, during mid-winter months. Whilst not as cold as snowy destinations like Norway or Quebec, this temperature helps maintain the balance between frequent sizable snowfalls and the preserving of the snow’s condition days after a storm.

There has to be dry spells, surely? Of course! Like anywhere in the world the weather fluctuates. Japan will always have periods of sunny weather without any fresh snow falling. But the dry spells in Hokkaido are definitely less frequent than in other winter sports meccas. Niseko recorded snowfalls on 121 days of the 170 day 2009/10 winter season! On the flip side, this means that blue sky days don't occur as often as they would in Europe or North America.

How about the off-piste regulations? The controversy around off-piste in Japan has become notorious throughout the international snow sports industry. There certainly are resorts in Japan that do not allow ANY off-piste skiing or riding. However, there are a good number of resorts in Hokkaido who permit off-piste in certain areas. The amount of terrain available can vary a lot, depending on the resort. Resorts such as Niseko United have very clear permitted off-piste areas that open and close depending on snow stability - and there's some vast expanses there to track. Resorts such as Furano have a more strict approach, where permission has to be granted when heading under the ropes - but there's some awesome spots to be found. Other resorts simply have a more relaxed approach allowing you to go anywhere 'at your own risk'. It's important to note that avalanche control in Japan varies massively, so whilst on-piste areas are always safe those gray zones in the side-country might not be.

At Powder Detours... we know the spots, we watch the conditions and we find the goods. Day-to-day conditions can be affected by wind direction, micro-climates and snow stability, so we utilise local comprehensive knowledge to find the best conditions at any resort on any given day.

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除了你的“道聽途說”以外,“還有你的什麼北海道“乾”的證據”, 快點找出來,不要又不了了之,”你小麻雀的爭論,“吱吱喳喳”。
http://www.luex.com/magazine/2015/02...w-on-hokkaido/

Hokkaido. Powder. Deep. Faceshots. Onsens. Sushi. Blower. Cold smoke.

Tracked?

When we think of skiing in Japan, the first image that comes to mind is clouds of endless billowing powder, as lucky skiers and boarders rampage between the oh-so-perfectly spaced trees like pigs in the proverbial. And it’s true: it snows in Japan like nowhere else on Earth! The sheer magnitude of angel dust that can fall from the sky is completely and utterly mind-booggling. It’s like being in marshmallow land – but sweeter. Considering how light and dry the snow is, the weight of it that can accumulate is truly insane. It just blankets everything. It needs to be seen to be believed.

The problem is, the secret is well and truly out now. While once Japan was the preserve of the most dedicated travelling powder hound, whispered about in hushed tones over late night beers and cheap hand-rolled cigarettes in dimly-lit ski bars, it seems like every pro skier and their Mum were filming in Hokkaido this season. It’s not just the pros either: Niseko’s Grand Hirafu now feels more like a slightly (ok, much) snowier outpost of Australia (seriously, it’s a wonder they don’t have Fosters on tap yet), and the ski area gets tracked almost as quickly as St Anton when the Scandi Army’s in town.

So in these times where over-enlightened ski bums with generous overdrafts seemingly chase the snowy dream halfway around the world just to poach your line, can the discerning powder pillager still find enough untracked to satiate their appetite in the Land of the Rising Sun?

Ooooh yeah. Big time. You just have to look a little further than Niseko (though it’s still a great base to explore the island from). Here are my top tips – just, er, don’t tell anyone…
#5: Moiwa

Moiwa is like Niseko’s little brother, and literally just around the corner from Annupuri – in fact there are some great backcountry runs between the two resorts, though you can also take a shuttle bus. Despite being so close to Niseko, Moiwa rarely picks up the crowds of its larger neighbour, and you can often ski deep, untracked powder all day long.

It’s only really worth heading to Moiwa when gate 6 (allowing backcountry access) is open, but when it is a short sidestep and skate along the ridge brings you to a gorgeous bowl, with great fall line skiing down through the trees. Watch out along the track back to the lifts at the bottom though: one fluffed turn will see you falling into the river below, and there isn’t much room to take evasive action if someone stops in front of you…
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你小麻雀的爭論,吱吱喳喳‧無恥的小技小人,只會以“滿嘴髒話”為榮,你們Whistler Group“這樣無恥之徒,世間小見”。
NOTHING TO SAY AGAIN, POOR SHAMELESS STUPID OLD MAN
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也不是你“白痴無恥小知”否認就不是‧北海道是濕是乾是“雞毛蒜皮”的事,你只是“小麻雀的爭論,“吱吱喳喳””,你不能証明“北海道乾”就閉嘴吧‧你whistler group弱慢族“白痴無恥小知”之名沒人比的上的。



你小知是要討論“氣象”還是“地理”?Sunny California是因為“地中海氣候”,你知道那是什麼嗎?“為何北海道便要濕”前面也解釋過,自己回去看吧‧現在的氣象比二十年前我回Tahoe時準多了‧在局部的氣團、時效上說不定有差異,但是在大體上還是很準確的‧他們所預測的el nino正中,今年加州的雪特嘉‧

Whitecrane Taichi Skiing: Duet - YouTube


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二世古今年的雪已經算是差,也有這麼多,這也可證明你多無知,



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你連copy and paste都搵唔到惹來copy , 只懂什麼弱慢族,網上病毒,你已經沒有說話回,遲啲些又會被管理員刪除你的回覆
我覺得太極這兩天回話,已經「歇斯底里」,不但跳針又打滾,看來他經不起刺激。

在這太極荒島應該不會被刪,這裏是他的領地,我們是正在跳進來讓他咬的
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二世古今年的雪已經算是差,也有這麼多,這也可證明你多無知,


其實應該再加貼SIMON站在鬆雪中的照片,這樣會更有說服力,如果SIMON同意的話,我也是可以貼上來的。
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我覺得太極這兩天回話,已經「歇斯底里」,不但跳針又打滾,看來他經不起刺激。

在這太極荒島應該不會被刪,這裏是他的領地,我們是正在跳進來讓他咬的
不要令它太興奮,否則這妖物的屁股大細边會越來越嚴重。
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其實太極只是是一般上年紀的老人家,隨口講,講什麼也可以,他不會像我們講前會想一想,錯了也不會,他那能引經據典,你找到證據,他就說你道聽塗說,
典型的小知老人加白痴無恥
你跟他講也不用證據,那本教科書名出來便行
北海道濕,他那個 weather channel 出來便算,
下次講技術,我們就拿 CSIA Manu出來,說是那處講便行
CSIA/PSIA 的片指出CG的位置有時是離身的,第一個人走出來話人錯的人是太極, 指 CG 離不了身,但又沒有任何數據支持,只是自己講,現在又話從不去攪亂場。自己無能就認一認,又或自己真是一相情願以為係事實,就自己去找一找人家的支持,找唔出,他可以懶誰?

看太極的滑姿,其實他真的可能不知道CG可以離身,自我的滑法建立於不完整的物理基礎上,倒頭來解答不了,就堅持自己的謬論,自我封閉,白痴理論一大羅。
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北海道是乾是濕,是常識,但你的隨囗講,便證明你常識差,喜歡亂講,講錯又不認,什麼 weather channel ,隨囗講個名字,你有拿出個證據來嗎,什麼都叫人做,你自己講下就算
如假包換無恥白癡小知老人

你的解釋根本就是你亂講,我的解釋是由香港前天文台高級科學主任得來的,俾你這小知老人權威得太多,而且網上證據多的是,你這老人只懂活在狐狸洞,孤陋寡聞
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你連copy and paste都搵唔到惹來copy , 只懂什麼弱慢族,網上病毒,你已經沒有說話回,遲啲些又會被管理員刪除你的回覆
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你這小知老人,他家說能做的,你什麼也叫人證明給你看,下雙黑,你也不信 Norman 能下,結果他拍了片出來,你便沒有說話講

我教我老婆下來的雙黑雪道,就是 Norman 下那條,下雙黑要 side slip 全程那麼容易,
上次我在平地起來,你又説不可能,結果我又不是輕而易舉便起來,

你真是如假包換的小知老人
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你懂的物理差不多是人都懂 用橫滑和 side slip 減速,只此兩招,其它欠奉

整天講我懂物理,你懂過屁,
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GS turn 就是就 giant shalom turn , 是 high performance , high edge angle ,你自己都叫你自己 flat boarding , 一點兒也不似 GS turn
CSIA L2 的考試雪道都不會過二十度,L4 考試也不會過四十度,你小知老人苯到爆又在亂講,第一個躱開的便是一個 L2,

在這雪道下來很多人都能,只是怎下來,用多小力, Norman 也從我路線下來,只不過要花多我一倍時間有多,用的路線要濶些

Simon 便能跟我路線下來和跟我的時間差不多

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北海道乾是我個人親身經歷丶我也去過加州幾次,感覺是北海道乾,皮膚都緊緊的,要不停用 lotion 滋潤

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Snow Conditions

Japanese snow conditions are simply epic. Powder, powder and more powder! In 2009 it is said that Niseko had more than 18 meters of snow fall over the whole season. That's a lot of fresh snow.

Of course, there are many renowned powder destinations around the world, but very few compare to Japan’s unique environment. As a country that receives one of the highest snowfalls in the world, you’d almost expect the snow to be a little wet and heavy. Think Tahoe or Whistler: huge amounts of snow, but not as dry as their in-land counterparts like Colorado and Banff.

Japan gets the best of both worlds. Northwest winds bring intense cold air streams and strengthening weather systems down from Siberia picking up just enough moisture on their way over the Sea of Japan. And the first thing these systems hit is the mountains of Hokkaido, where they bust their almighty load unleashing some of the driest powder snow in the world.


Not convinced yet? Well, the water content in Japanese snow is often as low as 4%. Compare that to Utah’s usual 7% (another internationally renowned powder haven) and you have quite a difference. Typical temperatures in Japan’s ski resorts can range from -5° to -15° C, during mid-winter months. Whilst not as cold as snowy destinations like Norway or Quebec, this temperature helps maintain the balance between frequent sizable snowfalls and the preserving of the snow’s condition days after a storm.

There has to be dry spells, surely? Of course! Like anywhere in the world the weather fluctuates. Japan will always have periods of sunny weather without any fresh snow falling. But the dry spells in Hokkaido are definitely less frequent than in other winter sports meccas. Niseko recorded snowfalls on 121 days of the 170 day 2009/10 winter season! On the flip side, this means that blue sky days don't occur as often as they would in Europe or North America.

How about the off-piste regulations? The controversy around off-piste in Japan has become notorious throughout the international snow sports industry. There certainly are resorts in Japan that do not allow ANY off-piste skiing or riding. However, there are a good number of resorts in Hokkaido who permit off-piste in certain areas. The amount of terrain available can vary a lot, depending on the resort. Resorts such as Niseko United have very clear permitted off-piste areas that open and close depending on snow stability - and there's some vast expanses there to track. Resorts such as Furano have a more strict approach, where permission has to be granted when heading under the ropes - but there's some awesome spots to be found. Other resorts simply have a more relaxed approach allowing you to go anywhere 'at your own risk'. It's important to note that avalanche control in Japan varies massively, so whilst on-piste areas are always safe those gray zones in the side-country might not be.

At Powder Detours... we know the spots, we watch the conditions and we find the goods. Day-to-day conditions can be affected by wind direction, micro-climates and snow stability, so we utilise local comprehensive knowledge to find the best conditions at any resort on any given day.
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http://www.luex.com/magazine/2015/02...w-on-hokkaido/

Hokkaido. Powder. Deep. Faceshots. Onsens. Sushi. Blower. Cold smoke.

Tracked?

When we think of skiing in Japan, the first image that comes to mind is clouds of endless billowing powder, as lucky skiers and boarders rampage between the oh-so-perfectly spaced trees like pigs in the proverbial. And it’s true: it snows in Japan like nowhere else on Earth! The sheer magnitude of angel dust that can fall from the sky is completely and utterly mind-booggling. It’s like being in marshmallow land – but sweeter. Considering how light and dry the snow is, the weight of it that can accumulate is truly insane. It just blankets everything. It needs to be seen to be believed.

The problem is, the secret is well and truly out now. While once Japan was the preserve of the most dedicated travelling powder hound, whispered about in hushed tones over late night beers and cheap hand-rolled cigarettes in dimly-lit ski bars, it seems like every pro skier and their Mum were filming in Hokkaido this season. It’s not just the pros either: Niseko’s Grand Hirafu now feels more like a slightly (ok, much) snowier outpost of Australia (seriously, it’s a wonder they don’t have Fosters on tap yet), and the ski area gets tracked almost as quickly as St Anton when the Scandi Army’s in town.

So in these times where over-enlightened ski bums with generous overdrafts seemingly chase the snowy dream halfway around the world just to poach your line, can the discerning powder pillager still find enough untracked to satiate their appetite in the Land of the Rising Sun?

Ooooh yeah. Big time. You just have to look a little further than Niseko (though it’s still a great base to explore the island from). Here are my top tips – just, er, don’t tell anyone…
#5: Moiwa

Moiwa is like Niseko’s little brother, and literally just around the corner from Annupuri – in fact there are some great backcountry runs between the two resorts, though you can also take a shuttle bus. Despite being so close to Niseko, Moiwa rarely picks up the crowds of its larger neighbour, and you can often ski deep, untracked powder all day long.

It’s only really worth heading to Moiwa when gate 6 (allowing backcountry access) is open, but when it is a short sidestep and skate along the ridge brings you to a gorgeous bowl, with great fall line skiing down through the trees. Watch out along the track back to the lifts at the bottom though: one fluffed turn will see you falling into the river below, and there isn’t much room to take evasive action if someone stops in front of you…
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NOTHING TO SAY AGAIN, POOR SHAMELESS STUPID OLD MAN
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二世古今年的雪已經算是差,也有這麼多,這也可證明你多無知,


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其實太極只是是一般上年紀的老人家,隨口講,講什麼也可以,他不會像我們講前會想一想,錯了也不會,他那能引經據典,你找到證據,他就說你道聽塗說,
典型的小知老人加白痴無恥
你跟他講也不用證據,那本教科書名出來便行
北海道濕,他那個 weather channel 出來便算,
下次講技術,我們就拿 CSIA Manu出來,說是那處講便行
CSIA/PSIA 的片指出CG的位置有時是離身的,第一個人走出來話人錯的人是太極, 指 CG 離不了身,但又沒有任何數據支持,只是自己講,現在又話從不去攪亂場。自己無能就認一認,又或自己真是一相情願以為係事實,就自己去找一找人家的支持,找唔出,他可以懶誰?

看太極的滑姿,其實他真的可能不知道CG可以離身,自我的滑法建立於不完整的物理基礎上,倒頭來解答不了,就堅持自己的謬論,自我封閉,白痴理論一大羅。
我們好像見過這種陣仗,Ahh... 你們弱慢族“瘋狗挖洞”來表示自己的“瘋狗能力”,很衰‧

你小麻雀的爭論,沒有“滑雪”的內容,只有“吱吱喳喳”,浪費網路的篇幅,不值得讀,更不說回了,nausea‧

Birds Invade Town: La Grange, Ky. Swarmed By Black Birds - YouTube

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舊 2016-02-06, 10:43 PM   #239
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我們好像見過這種陣仗,Ahh... 你們弱慢族“瘋狗挖洞”來表示自己的“瘋狗能力”,很衰‧

你小麻雀的爭論,沒有“滑雪”的內容,只有“吱吱喳喳”,浪費網路的篇幅,不值得讀,更不說回了,nausea‧

Birds Invade Town: La Grange, Ky. Swarmed By Black Birds - YouTube
那就不要回了,回家跟妳的吹牛白學夫人互吹.....大麻吧。
小心過年又要坐牢啊。
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舊 2016-02-07, 12:04 AM   #240
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我們好像見過這種陣仗,Ahh... 你們弱慢族“瘋狗挖洞”來表示自己的“瘋狗能力”,很衰‧

你小麻雀的爭論,沒有“滑雪”的內容,只有“吱吱喳喳”,浪費網路的篇幅,不值得讀,更不說回了,nausea‧

Birds Invade Town: La Grange, Ky. Swarmed By Black Birds - YouTube
咁快就沒雪話回

講滑雪,好,你未見過我 carving ,雖然我滑得麻麻地,比 Simon 差點,

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