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    Website Acronyms

    ALBAS: A Look Back At Skiing
    AZ: AlpineZone
    AZer: AlpineZoner
    FOT48: Flags on the 48
    FTO: First Tracks!! Online
    NELSAP: New England Lost Ski Area Project
    SJ: SnowJournal.com
    T4T or TFT: Time for Tuckerman
    TGR: Teton Gravity Research
    TUX: Tuckerman Ravine
    VFTT: View from the Top


    Feel free to suggest others in this thread and I'll update this post.

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    ALBAS - A Look Back At Skiing (also known as teachski.com)

    Teachski.com comes from 2 things really. I am a teacher (by profession) and I ski. For a while now I have also been a ski teacher (instructor), but that came after the name.
    Born to ski, forced to work.
    I\'ve used all of my sick days so I\'m calling in dead.

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    T4T- time for tuckermans
    TGR- some website that hates us

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    Quote Originally Posted by awf170
    T4T- time for tuckermans
    TGR- some website that hates us
    I think the fine folks over at TGR (Teton Gravity Research) hate everyone. I wasn't aware that they have a specific issue with this forum though.. I tried to go there but the firewall at work seems to be blocking it...
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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert
    I think the fine folks over at TGR (Teton Gravity Research) hate everyone. I wasn't aware that they have a specific issue with this forum though.. I tried to go there but the firewall at work seems to be blocking it...
    I checked TGR, and while it does appear to be a skiing, etc. site, it's definitely not a site that I want to be checking out using the family computer, if you know what I mean...

    In any case, to each their own...check the site out and make your own choices...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer
    I checked TGR, and while it does appear to be a skiing, etc. site, it's definitely not a site that I want to be checking out using the family computer, if you know what I mean...

    In any case, to each their own...check the site out and make your own choices...
    There is actually some good stuff over there, you just need to wade through a ton of crap.
    Brian

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert
    There is actually some good stuff over there, you just need to wade through a ton of crap.
    Here's an example of the great stuff:
    http://www.tetongravity.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=31153

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    Quote Originally Posted by bvibert
    There is actually some good stuff over there, you just need to wade through a ton of crap.
    That's why I appreciate the moderators here...some folks may think it's a bit confining, but if it keeps the "crap" level to a minimum then it's a good thing overall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hammer
    That's why I appreciate the moderators here...some folks may think it's a bit confining, but if it keeps the "crap" level to a minimum then it's a good thing overall.
    Thanks, after the last couple of days around here its really nice to hear someone say that.
    Brian

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