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SNOWBOARDING FOR LOVE OR MONEY What is it Who knows But thats what it is all about You see snowboarding means different things to different people This sport has effected and changed so many lives in unique ways The industry has changed also with the present day height of the snowboarding industry there is a fine line between riding for love and riding for money With the love of snowboarding comes a drive to be out on the snow a special brotherhood that is bonded tighter than any frat house and through the mountain top experiences one develops personal visions of the soul of snowboarding However when one steps into the economic side it is easy to loose focus on what the sport is all about So lets take a look inside the world of snowboarding and see if we can find more soul than sell-outs Gone Pro Well getting paid to play is essentially what these people do Still there are evil mainstream sell-out elements that undermine this Love comes before money to be great one has to love the art of snowboarding In turn being great means you could get paid however one must keep in mind that money is the root of all evil When a boarder stops riding for love and starts riding for the corporate check heshe is a sell-out in other words souled-out Its great to get paid to do what you love but dont let big business contest and the media cloud your reason for being on the mountain There are many different aspects of snowboarding which all bring a list of reasons for being out on the mountain Yet something is shared from peak to peak and coast to coast the endeavor to experience Each has a drive that brings us to the hill and I imagine that drive is no different for a kid sliding on slush in Virginia than for diehard standing in
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