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post #1 of 15
Thread Starter 
OK, I wasn't sure whether to post this in Meet-On-The-Hill, in Resorts & Conditions or in the Ski Gear section.
My question is regarding laws in Utah about ski gear.

I have recently become the owner of the most amazing pair of Tecnica Icon Alu Comp boots.
I love them, and would like to settle down with them.
As far as I am aware, the marriage laws in Utah are slightly different to the rest of the known universe, so I would like to find out from anyone who might know, is it legal to marry your ski boots in Utah? I don't mean marry the right boot to the left one, but for me & my boots to become "skier & boots", a solemn and binding union.
Can someone tell me if this is possible?

Thanks,

S
post #2 of 15
Fox:

Probably no problem in Utah! Almost anything is possible in Utah even having MULTIPLE boots.

You can have as many as you can afford to support.

Sheep are almost as popular in Utah as are boots.

The main dilema in Utah regarding marriage is:

If a man and a woman in Utah get divorced, are they still brother and sister?

Hey! I have to put up with Noo-Joy-Z jokes! : and besides, I stole this stuff from an old folk singer Utah Phillips.

Utah Quiz ....... just fill in the blank.

In Utah, the only place you can get Virgin wool is from the sheep that can outrun ________________ .

[ November 03, 2002, 07:06 AM: Message edited by: yuki ]
post #3 of 15
Thread Starter 
yuki,
I was going to say "Altaskier", but I don't know how to spell his name.



S
post #4 of 15
Quote:
In Utah, the only place you can get Virgin wool is from the sheep that can outrun _________
No, yuki, that's Montana....or so I've been told.
post #5 of 15
Fox, no sheep is safe from my grasps, as I have a border collie mix and velcro gloves! Its all about proper equipment I keep telling you people!

(note: to all of you that think I am a sick person, well, your probably right, but I do not mate with livestock)

As far as marrying your ski boots:

My advice for you is to seek advice from higher officials. You will want to tack on a good buzz, and head for Temple Square with said boots. Make sure you reek of booze, they love that. Now, ask for the highest offical you can find and he will have the answers you so desire. If this is a problem, Nevada is not far away, and they will let you do anything there.
post #6 of 15
Thread Starter 
Alta,
I'm aware of Nevada, and how I could marry one boot there, but I was wondering if I could marry BOTH my boots, and I reckon Utah is the only place for that.

S
post #7 of 15
Fox,
In Utah men are men and sheep are scared. Affix velcro on outside of boots (inbetween the legs) for best results.
DB
post #8 of 15
Quote:
I'm aware of Nevada, and how I could marry one boot there, but I was wondering if I could marry BOTH my boots
Zorro, in Nevada it's legal (except for in Clark and Washo counties) to charge men to try on your boots or even wear them for the night. Heck, I bet you could collect some nice change just by letting your boots give a good foot massage. Buy a few more pairs and you've got a thriving business.

Viva El Caballo!!
post #9 of 15
I once went to a wedding officiated by a river guide who, as a boat captain, had authority before God and State. By extension, a flyfisherman with inner tube waders could be construed as a boat captain and facilitate your nuptuals in Utah.

I believe this is legal in any landlocked state. Lucky for you you're employed in the UK where your dependents are eligible for health insurance and social security benefits. You would only qualify in the States if your boots were properly employed.
post #10 of 15
I would love to marry my own Nordica boots , but I can´t ,
first :
they aren´t catholic
second :
I can´t get a divorce from my Rossignol skis
post #11 of 15
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by nolo:
You would only qualify in the States if your boots were properly employed.
Nolo, are you implying that my boots will be improperly employed? I mean, R = Red = Port, so I put the one with R on my Port, or Left foot, and L means leftover, so the other boot goes on the remaining foot.
I've got this right, haven't I? So, don't you dare say my boots aren't properly employed. I'll admit that they are better than their employer, but, hey, that's what you're going to be working on at the clinic!

S
post #12 of 15
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by extreme veteran:
I can´t get a divorce from my Rossignol skis
Extreme,
This was kinda my original point. Come to Utah, and you won't need to divorce your skis, just marry the boots AS WELL.

S
post #13 of 15
Quote:
I'm aware of Nevada, and how I could marry one boot there, but I was wondering if I could marry BOTH my boots, and I reckon Utah is the only place for that.
And we all thought the Fox was commitment phobic! [img]tongue.gif[/img]

[ November 13, 2002, 05:52 PM: Message edited by: Bonni ]
post #14 of 15
Thread Starter 
Hey, I was committed once.
About 10 years ago.
After 5 years of treatment, they gave me a certificate to say I was sane, and released me back into the wild.

S
post #15 of 15
Okay, Fox, count me in, seat me on the left. I assume you will arrive in your socks and leave wearing your boots. Shall we throw snowballs as you leave the Temple?
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