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    A red-pill Christmas

    I like Christmas. It reminds me of all the pandering and emotional blackmail shit I don’t have to worry about, but I have a special place for the T.V. ads.

    I don’t have to spend €,000’s buying rubbish presents I didn’t want to buy for people that didn’t want them anyway.

    I think Jimmy Carr (and probably others) said something similar once – I don’t want to take credit, but it’s the truth.

    So the Christmas ads are on again, and I thought why not a red-pill version of all jingles and carols they use to manipulate the masses.

    As a start I thought of this:


    To the tune of ‘Deck the Halls’


    All they want is all your money

    Falalalala lala la la

    ‘tis the season to spend lolly

    Falalalala lala la la

    We’ve the best shit, gotta get it

    Falalalala lala la la la

    Fuck ‘em all I’ll keep my money

    Falalalala la la la la


    As you can see I’ve set the standard pretty low (yeah I know, through the fuckin floor says you) but I never claimed to be artistic.


    Alternatively, what about this from someone a little more talented:

    Kevin Bloody Wilson – Hey Santa Clause

    <a onclick="_gaq.push(['_trackEvent', 'Outgoing', 'www.youtube.com', '/watch?v=arY57gOCdV8']);" rel="nofollow" href="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=arY57gOCdV8" target="_blank">
    "Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail." - Ralph Waldo Emerson

    All we can do is keep ourselves from all those who don't deserve it. – Dave Matthes

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    Re: A red-pill Christmas

    Possibly my best Christmas ever was when I pulled the plug on Christmas, made mom cry, everyone angry except my brother who didn't give a shit.

    I was in Vermont, and with an encroaching major winter storm, I called home and said I won't be around for Christmas, not that the drive home would have been during the storm, no no, I was not leaving ski country with an epic storm rolling in that night (Christmas eve). They just couldn't understand the significance! Christmas day we had the entire resort to ourselves! Thousands of acres over 7 mtn peaks! All day POWDER! Ours were the only tracks in all the stashes! Run after run, steep'n'deep kicking up rooster tails, not even braking! Powderhogs the whole day on purposed equipment (fat skis)! Mogul skis are kin to ice skates when it comes to flotation in powder, too easy to get snagged on a hidden snow snakes and other hazards. Here in New England, conditions are normally icy, to deny one's self 4 ft. of fresh powder all to yourself on thousands of acres is something DEEP DEPRESSION is all about!

    I will always choose snow day over anything else! That was my most epic Christmas day! We even skied the "Toilet Bowl", dubbed by locals from all the streams and brooks that gather in one place. The moment a ski touches water on a freezing cold day, it immediately forms ice along the bottom rendering that ski renegade! Both skis must be removed as you need one to scrape the other using the edges (a real bitch on steep terrain or deep powder).

    I spent that Christmas literally choking on powder!

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    Re: A red-pill Christmas

    Four feet of powder?!? I've never heard of that much. That's insane!

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    Re: A red-pill Christmas

    Quote Originally Posted by kru-kut View Post
    Four feet of powder?!? I've never heard of that much. That's insane!
    Four feet of cement and a lying skier, more like. Oh well, good on you Tower.

    Before high speed lifts came along there was a lot of waiting in line, at least on weekends. Since weekday skiing was beyond my means, I was stuck. So one thing I did was start going on Christmas day like tower did. It became a thing, and the parents shifted their celebrations to Christmas eve to help me out.

    Never got hurt, but it was wearing my legs out, and they were needed for the forestry I did that put food on the table. So I did one last afternoon and evening where I got thirty runs in, which was two or three times as many as most people did in a day. Winters a lot more boring now, but I did what I had to do. A guy needs a career more than a sport.


    Being red pill cuts down on Christmas money being spent. Least for me it does.
    Every day I make the world a little bit worse.

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    Re: A red-pill Christmas

    Quote Originally Posted by frog View Post
    Four feet of cement and a lying skier, more like. Oh well, good on you Tower.
    No lie, waste to chest deep, no flats doable unless it was in Bombi tracks! Killington Mtn. sees an annual 300+ inches, while the valleys see much less. Snowbird/Alta Utah, truly bottomless POWDER! We were doing bombholes off the ledges! We triggered an avalanche by ducking the ropes when we found ourselves at the top of a shoot, with no other way down, big bomb hole! I thought I was gonna be eating my nuts! You know what I'm talking about! I'ts unbelievably quiet when you're buried in a bomb hole! My friend was buried upside down and took him several panic stricken minutes to dig himself out! There was no way to climb up and help him, I had troubles of my own! I've had the liberty and taken the liberty to get to the mountains when conditions are right. I know what "cement" is and how it tears your bones and joints apart! Highest numbers of injuries happen on days like that, I'd rather ski on patchy ice! The days I mention are the best days out of hundreds! Most times it's just for practice and exorcise, but when the steeps and glades are covered it's a pure form enjoyment! The only "hard pack" I ski on is in the super-pipe and terrain park features, otherwise I'm skiing the glades or out of bounds. I'm only lucky I haven't killed myself doing what I love most! The terrain I like is not for the faint of heart! That's for damn sure!

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    Re: A red-pill Christmas

    You pro-level skiers should check out Hinducowgirl's train videos (driver's view) of Norway. The "live" one isn't really live; her mods just play back prerecorded videos, but there's a live chat to go along.

    Her channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/user/HinduCowGirl

    But start with this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLJQKaoPHGs. It's called "Harrowing winter conditions on the mountain pass."


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