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LuvMyViper last won the day on January 18

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  1. Welcome to the forum Little Duck. Congrats on the sleds!!
  2. Hey Blake.. Sounds like you need one of these. The chair is incredible.. I've had one for 8 years now and use it all the time (whenever watching TV) I have another one beside it for when I have company... My friends come over for back therapy Panasonic Real Pro ULTRA™ Prestige Total Body Massage Chair for personal luxury massage chair Thermal massage technology with dual zone heated massage Panasonic's unique 3D massage technology that uses a high performance brushless motor and allows the rollers to move up and down, left to right and front to back "Junetsu" massage technique, a Panasonic exclusive Dual-purpose Real Pro ULTRA™ Massage chair (massage chair & armchair) New Shiatsu heated foot massage New palm and arm massages Personal luxury massage experience with 10 different types of kneading programs Six automatic massage programs: Shiatsu, Deep, Swedish, Stretch, Neck/Shoulder and Lower Back 110 massage techniques and different styles can be combined 3D massage control: automatic intensity sensor, intuitive computer control, high speed digital control Professional stretching techniques: Neck, Hip, Chest and Leg Wider neck / shoulder range: 78 cm vertically and 21 cm horizontally Height adjustable ottoman Intelligent control with personal memory settings (x3) Flat recline 170˚
  3. Here's the link https://www.facebook.com/haliburtoncountysnowmobileassociation/
  4. I agree!!! I expected some live streaming trail updates.. A few blooper videos and some interviews... 😋
  5. Pair seriously injured in snowmobile crash in Huron County, Ont. Huron County OPP say two people suffered serious injuries in a snowmobile collision southwest of Wroxeter, Ont. Police say around 12:30 a.m. Saturday, emergency crews responded to a snowmobile crash at the intersection of Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) Trail B108 and C Line Road. The snowmobile driver and a passenger, both 25 years old, were rushed to hospital with serious injuries. Police believe alcohol and speed were factors in the collision. The investigation is ongoing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Huron OPP at 1-888-310-1122 or (519) 482-1677. https://globalnews.ca/news/8514916/huron-county-snowmobile-crash/
  6. I'm starting to wonder if the OFSC has a Peter principle problem. I don't know anything about the upper management of the OFSC but from what I've seen over the years it's possible. I've seen it many time in companies I did business with. Very easy to spot it too... The Peter principle is a concept in management developed by Laurence J. Peter, which observes that people in a hierarchy tend to rise to "a level of respective incompetence": employees are promoted based on their success in previous jobs until they reach a level at which they are no longer competent, as skills in one job do not necessarily translate to another.[1] The concept was explained in the 1969 book The Peter Principle (William Morrow and Company) by Peter and Raymond Hull.[2] (Hull wrote the text, based on Peter's research.) Peter and Hull intended the book to be satire, but it became popular as it was seen to make a serious point about the shortcomings of how people are promoted within hierarchical organizations. The Peter Principle has since been the subject of much commentary and research. Companies and organizations shaped their policies to contend with the Peter principle. Lazear stated that some companies expect that productivity will "regress to the mean" following promotion in their hiring and promotion practices.[9] Other companies have adopted "up or out" strategies, such as the Cravath System, in which employees who do not advance are periodically fired. The Cravath System was developed at the law firm Cravath, Swaine & Moore, which made a practice of hiring chiefly recent law graduates, promoting internally and firing employees who do not perform at the required level. Brian Christian and Tom Griffiths have suggested the additive increase/multiplicative decrease algorithm as a solution to the Peter principle less severe than firing employees who fail to advance. They propose a dynamic hierarchy in which employees are regularly either promoted or reassigned to a lower level so that any worker who is promoted to their point of failure is soon moved to an area where they are productive.
  7. hmmmm.. Now you've peaked my interest 🤑
  8. You can find the list here http://www.sleddersworld.com/?page_id=82
  9. We can try and make our own warmup shack map here in the forum..
  10. Sorry to hear you've been robbed... post some pictures if possible. Hope you find your sleds and trailer.
  11. The Church parking lot just outside of Mannheim looks like a good spot (where the trail crosses). Not sure of the road name.
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