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John Blanchette’s definitions for skating terms

*Axels – Pawn shop where Spokane skating fans took their stereos, silverware and first-born sons for the cash to afford a season ticket to the championships.

*Double Axel – Return trip to hock the plasma screen for a second season ticket when your wife refuses to go to the Arena without you.

*Salchow – What a farmer has to do to afford tickets.

*Lutz – How much tickets cost, if you haven’t already figured that out.

*Camel – Tonya Harding’s brand.

*Compulsory dance – What seventh-grade boys hate about P.E.

And so much more in John’s column today here.


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