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I thought she was supposed to be Swedish??  Do I have my Kulii mixed up?  Jimski

james kusack <[log in to unmask]> wrote: On Monday, December 1, 2003, at 09:24 PM, Peter Salts wrote:

> Get her a set of knee pads. Maybe she can multi-task!
>
> PS

Gee Peter. That was great. Just wonderful and very much in keeping
with your long-standing tradition.

But why pads?

In honor of your amazing posting, I'd like to consider the Top Five
Reasons El Scorpio's girlfriend should have knee pads:


1. Scrubbing floors
2. Planting bulbs
3. Chasing 'possums from under the house trailer
4. Diving for loose balls
5. Putting chains on tires so El. Scorpio can stay warm and dry
while the blizzard rages


Humbly submitted,

JMK




>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vermont Skiing Discussion and Snow Reports
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Benjamin T. Kulas
> Sent: Monday, December 01, 2003 5:53 PM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: [SKIVT-L] Knee stuphph
>
>
> Go phigure. I get lucky, but unlucky. See, my girlphriend is Phrench.
> She grew up skiing in the Alps. Loves to ski. Really loves to ski.
> But...
>
> She's got bad knees. Really atrocious knees. Osteoarthritis phor one.
> And phrom the sounds oph it she has chondromalacia patellae, or at
> least
> some phorm of knee cap grinding against other bones (shudder).
>
> Result, she can't ski no more. So here's my question. Would
> snowboarding be easier on/better phor her knees? She's got the right
> attitude ("But it's skiing I love.") (;->), but who knows - maybe she
> could learn to love, or at the very least live with (;->),
> snowboarding.
> And maybe it wouldn't kill her knees and so she could ski with me
> (until
> I hit the woods).
>
> Anybody out there know?
>
> El Scorpi
>
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