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“Mr. Knapp says he thought about making a ski-jump slope out of his beard—"I would have won, for sure"—but he didn't do it because he believes that competitive beards should be ones the wearer is comfortable sporting every day.”
“Tour guides shuttling visitors around the winding bobsled track and steep ski-jump ramps boast that they were "probably the most profitable of any Winter Olympics.”
“Those participating in an Independence Day ski-jump competition had to hike 1,000 feet up the mountain for each run.”
“If we're going to compete with Duluth, Minnestota and consider ourselves a world-class city we must at all costs build a ski-jump.”
“And let me say that some of my best friends have spectacular noses, which makes me reflect on my ski-jump proboscis and wish for something just a little more literary.”
“A little background: Back at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Edwards, a bespectacled English plasterer with relatively no athletic training finished dead last in the ski-jump.”
“In 1977, he filmed the ski-jump stunt in the pre-title sequence to "The Spy Who Loved Me.”
“I grew up frequently being doted upon for my petite, princess-like looks (perfect little ski-jump nose).”
“A Chinese 4× sight had been clamped on top with a strange range finder—it looked like a cartoon of a ski-jump slope—as part of the reticle information that only someone from an East-bloc culture could dream up.”
“There were a lot of people living in his time who never did latch on to the idea that the curve of technological progress was not a flat slanting line like a diving board, but a geometrical curve like a ski-jump.”
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