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  • Birthday 03/12/1976


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  1. I may have missed something here. I have never been, so where is the same place as last year? I have looked forward to it since reading the posts from last year...thanks in advance.
  2. Ok, I need a responsible partner for skiing. I can only do weekends and I have a 4x4 truck. I have a level 1 avy cert and I am fit. I would like to try and get out most weekends this spring and I am willing to do most of the driving. located on the eastside... Who's in?
  3. very nice...so jealous right now. What is the process for using that hut? Thanks.
  4. They are already out. I was with alpine sleeper.
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    Bozeman info

    I am considering making a move to Bozeman...everyones opinions of the town? Good? bad? I am interested in hearing as many points of view as possible...what's the vibe, are the people cool, job market....etc. Thanks.
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    Housing Bubble?

    go to www.seattlebubble.com all the info you would want on the local housing market. And it is not writtten by realtors.
  7. The zone...that's all you need. Rob miller and mark Twight swear by it along with every other serious crossfitter. get you hands on CFTJ #21...
  8. Dynafit vertical Ft's with Atomic RT 86 ski's...sublime
  9. My wife and I are looking to go on a two night camping trip this weekend. She will be snowshoeing and I will be touring. Looking for an easy moderate distance with open views in the alpine lakes area. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance.
  10. If it hurts worse when climbing stairs or uphill and you can't remember any trauma that would cause it, look into orthopedics.about.com/cs/patelladisorders/a/chondromalacia.htm Very common in active folks like us. I had it and it was painful. I had disproportionately developed leg muscles from years of cycling and running lifting weight the wrong way...long story short my quads were much stronger than my hamstrings and the imbalance caused the condition. I recommend 4-6 months of crossfit and some ibuprofen.
  11. I just got mine...thanks for the heads up by the way Hugh! The color actually isn't all that bad. Kind of a grey green. Not the best, but for $100 bucks, I can't complain.
  12. Here is an example where torture backfired. Nothing is absolute. This is what happens when the interrogators go too far. http://blogs.abcnews.com/theblotter/2007/11/cia-rendition-t.html
  13. By RICHARD ESPOSITO & BRIAN ROSS Dec. 10, 2007 Font Size E-mail Print Share A leader of the CIA team that captured and interrogated the first major al Qaeda figure, Abu Zubaydah, says subjecting him to waterboarding was torture but necessary. In the first public comment by any CIA officer involved in handling high-value al Qaeda targets, John Kiriakou, now retired, said the technique broke Zubaydah in less than 35 seconds. "The next day, he told his interrogator that Allah had visited him in his cell during the night and told him to cooperate," said Kiriakou in an interview to be broadcast tonight on ABC News' "World News With Charles Gibson" and "Nightline." "From that day on, he answered every question," Kiriakou said. "The threat information he provided disrupted a number of attacks, maybe dozens of attacks." Kiriakou says he did not know that the interrogation of Zubaydah was being secretly recorded by the CIA and had no idea the tapes had been destroyed.
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