Archive for October, 2012

Major Coastal Storm “Sandy” Set to Impact Northeast (UPDATED)
October 25th, 2012 | By:  Lionel Hutz | 19 Comments

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UPDATE I love weather. I really really do. However I recognize that exciting weather rarely comes without consequences. So I wanted to be wrong. I wanted Sandy to miss wide right. By hundreds of miles. She didn't. As I type this Sandy is nearing landfall along the southern NJ ... ...Read more

October 25th, 2012 | By:  Ben | 7 Comments

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After a few false starts, winter has finally started in the Wasatch! Despite relatively little snow in the mountains above Salt Lake City, some intriguing rumors began circulating talking of much deeper snow to the north. So deep, we were told, that you didn't even hit rocks skiing bowls. So ... ...Read more

The Romp of the Wampahoofii
October 23rd, 2012 | By:  Greg | 2 Comments

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What was that? A dream? Or were we awake? But that's besides the point. More important: Where are we (or more accurately, what is this) now? A dream within a dream? Or are we awake. It's so hard to tell sometimes. Either way, deeper we go. And round and round... ...and round we ... ...Read more

Famous Internet Gear Guide 2012-2013: Episode II
October 15th, 2012 | By:  Jake | 16 Comments

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After a week that featured our first schuss of the season (and second and third), we now continue our Famous Internet Gear Guide series! But before we do, I have to warn you that you will need to insert your own Star Wars-related punch lines. I want to, but I ... ...Read more

Systems Test
October 8th, 2012 | By:  Greg | 27 Comments

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Based on yet-another spot-on forecast by the esteemed Lionel Hutz, the FIS east coast bureau was ready bright and early today for a systems test in preparation for the upcoming ski season. Most of us were of the impression that we were merely going to practice getting up early, and ... ...Read more

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