If someone is in your way at the door or in the hall or in the lift maze a simple "Excuse me" will generally suffice. Carrying around resentments about this kind of stuff will give you a stroke or a heart attack. You guys seriously need to consider your attitudes and figure out why you're so angry when you're supposed to be enjoying a wonderful sport. Why is this my business to lecture you? Because there are way too many aggro people on the slopes--it's bad for you, bad for your fellow skiers, bad for our sport.
And in case you missed it the first time I'll say it again--the OP posted about people who pass him closely without warning. Why have you guys turned the thread into a rant about people getting in your way?
I guess you haven't worked for a company with over 6000 people in one place for the past 35 years.
Not to change the subject, but we had a person walk into the side of a fork lift a few weeks back. Seems that person burst out of a door way and walked into the side of a skid stacked with boxes that was being moved on the forklift. The forklift driver did everything right.
You can't fix stupid. It's not like that person was new here either.