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"We are confident that we have thoroughly catalogued everything that happened to your mom last night," said the study's senior author. "It includes a number of things previously thought impossible. While a handful of studies have speculated on your mom's nocturnal activities, none have dared or even desired to go into this kind of detail."

The 857-page report includes appendices listing various kitchen appliances and topical anesthetics, among other things. It speculates that what I did to your mom last night may be one of the leading causes of global warming. In response to the study, numerous researchers have asked whether your mom has plans on Saturday.

"This study is the biggest thing that's happened to your mom since... well, I won't go into that," one proponent said. "Your mom is a growing field in experimental research - and when I say growing, I mean 'huge and getting bigger.' This study opens new doors for research into doing things to your mom."

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Critics assailed the study, calling it "unconscionable, unethical, and probably unconstitutional." One critic added, "Your mom is so fat, she couldn't fit in an 857 page study." Other critics argue that the study, and the events that inspired it, are irreproducible. The researchers defended their study, by arguing that your mom's irreproducible.

Your mom, speaking on condition of anonymity, said she was on again for tonight.

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Anonymouswrote a review of on January 18, 2010

5 5

Personal Background: I have been skiing regularly for 20+ years. I grew up on the Ice Coast and raced in high school. I presently live in UT and ski approximately 50 days a year. I primarily ski at The Canyons and Alta although I put about 5-10 days in a year at the Bird and other UT resorts. I am tall and thin at 6'2" and about 165lbs.

My setup: Rossi S6 with Marker Dukes and Technica Agent 120s.

Why I love this ski: I am an aggressive all mountain skier, but due to my size and weight am not a super powerful skier. This ski allows me to charge and still finesse the ski and terrain to accomplish nearly any type of turn in any type of terrain. With a short 21m turning radius this ski really locks in to the turn if you really initiate it to swing around quickly. Once locked, this ski allows one to lay down railroad style carves on groomers, crud and even powder. Due to the sheer width and surface area of the ski it floats very well in blower and could easily be an East Coast pow board. For real deep UT days I still prefer something a little wider and rockered, but for 95% of winter days, this ski does the trick....well! This is my everyday go to ski and despite its size, it does nearly everything nearly perfectly!

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Anonymouswrote a review of on September 4, 2009

5 5

I have these frames that I use for DH mountain biking with a full face helmet. The extended outriggers make these extremely comfortable with a helmet, even with my big dome (7 5/8 fitted hat size). They have an extremely wide field of vision, look and feel great, and help prevent excessive moisture around my eyes.

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