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  Topic Started By:  WTFH    On:  Thu 18th May, 2006 at 12:25
WTFH
Member Since: 2004
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Surrey
#1  So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:25
Yeah, you're back in blighty, the Mutzig is almost out of your system, but how was it?
Edited 18/05/2006 @ 12:37 Revision #1
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sandgroper61
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London
#2  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:28
Where's the "It was crap, I was injured and stuck in a hot country for three months and then London for the rest" option?

Call that a poll?

It's rubbish . . .
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layzeeboy
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Hirafu, Japan.
#3  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:35
It is a fairly positive poll, the worst is 'ok'! Not a lot of options for the injured and unhappy amongst us.

I wouldn't mind the box

'Great, but would have been better if I wasn't stuck in the f[u:5fe9bf295a][/u:5fe9bf295a]ucking U.K. for most of it'
Anything worth doing is worth getting hurt for

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mista
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The sticks
#4  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:37
Where's "French"?
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WTFH
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Surrey
#5  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:38
Sorry guys, I forgot to hit the add button after my last option, so I've added in two negative ones.

Now get your votes in!
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drifter
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NFA
#6  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:39
being another on the injured/operated on list, i'm struggling to answer this one too. Was good fun, but wouldn't have minded abit more riding
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layzeeboy
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Hirafu, Japan.
#7  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 12:41
I've gone with the 'great' option, twas a good'un really!!
Anything worth doing is worth getting hurt for

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belgian vince
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just back from australia, already back in austria
#8  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 13:08
every last season's the best, i guess - because you just get better yourself, i reckon
"There is no sense of possibility if there is no reality, but I could be wrong of course" - R. Musil
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layzeeboy
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Hirafu, Japan.
#9  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 May '06 at 13:11
Yeah, I definately enjoyed this season more than the last because I was so much better skiing, partially because I just enjoyed skiing more, partially because it meant I could work as an instructor and get free holidays.
Anything worth doing is worth getting hurt for

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Garry
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#10  Re: So, how was it for you???  13 Jun '07 at 06:36
It's a shame you don't have
"season would have been better if head office had a clue on running hotels!" Snow was ace though and the people rocked!

If you're a Bar Manager with Esprit and Total don't expect a bonus though, I believe I got 1/2% of profit...ripped off!
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donald.mcewan@tiscalico.
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verbierl
#11  Re: So, how was it for you???  5 Mar '08 at 15:43
never work with any of the big boys, ie crystals,
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begede
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#12  Re: So, how was it for you???  5 Mar '08 at 15:53

Originally posted by donald.mcewan@tiscalico.

never work with any of the big boys, ie crystals,

what happened.........
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begede
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#13  Re: So, how was it for you???  21 May '08 at 12:48

Originally posted by donald.mcewan@tiscalico.

never work with any of the big boys, ie crystals,

crystal employs big boys...... let's ask the crystal girls is this true ?
Bectoria wrote Bwahahahaha post of the day. Post of the week!! Awesome.
Boggart wrote One of the funniest replies for months...well done!

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raisin101
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Exeter, Devon
#14  Re: So, how was it for you???  18 Jul '08 at 16:58
Crystal was good for me, and I'm only 5 foot and a little bit! haha
Go hard or go home.
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skibumwriter
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#15  Re: raw deal for ski bums?  5 Jan '09 at 13:28
Hi,
I am writing about employment in ski resorts. I am looking to speak to people who have had a rough time with regards to pay/accommodation etc etc.
You don;t have to identify your emplyer.
Do you know any ski bums who feel they are being taken advantage of?
If so please contact me. I can call you or just email if you prefer.
Thanks a lot
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