What is clear is you don't know much about the subject area, but continue to come up with new reasons why lawsuits in this context really would be a help.
As far as judging what is safe, your words again show you don't know much about snow safety, and that's even as a skier. I'm quite sure you know nothing about skatepark design and safety,
As far as understanding the laws of economics, you again have no clue. You don't understand that lawsuits don't increase safety, either.
And again, to understand what people are dealing with, they should google Dickie Scruggs and for that matter John Edwards. This is not a normal part of the bar, it is a part of the bar where dark things happen.
Actually, what's clear is that you consider a valid argument is ad hominem attacks on the person you're arguing with. You haven't answered any of my questions or conclusions directly except to say I don't know anything about any of them. Now that's a nuanced response! The closest you come to specific data is a broad claim about lawsuits and skateboard parks, when my older son could name a half dozen other reasons skateboard parks may have suffered a decline (if they did). Or here's a claim from the first skateboard park site I Googled:
"This overall lack of acceptance has led to a gradual decline in the popularity of the sport: many skate parks sit empty, unused. Why?
- The sport of skateboarding itself is in a period of decline
- Skateboarders typically refuse to be fenced in - they don't want to be told what to do
- The parks are sometimes poorly designed
- The parks may be inaccessible to the youth who typically ride skateboards – I know of one city's skate park that is on an abandoned Navy Base, far from most neighborhoods"
Interesting that none of the reasons listed has to do with lawsuits. Hmmm. But I'm sure you know all about it. In fact, if I were to extrapolate from your comments above (obviously you do know a great deal about all the areas mentioned) you must have graduate level training in economics, epidemiology, design engineering, are a practicing attorney, and a ski patroller who teaches avalanche courses. Impressive..or maybe you should go back on the old meds...