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post #61 of 69

No doubt, but extrapolating from what USFC personnel are permitted to what Alta permits in general is like suggesting that because an agent working for Barbara Streisand can get access to her home, her home is accessible to the public at large.  Whether or not narrowly defined personnel are able to ride lifts at Alta, the area is not open to snow boarders.

post #62 of 69

If it should ever come to pass again that you have a "sense of humor" transplant, be more careful to see that the donor wasn't a cadaver.

post #63 of 69
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No doubt, but extrapolating from what USFC personnel are permitted to what Alta permits in general is like suggesting that because an agent working for Barbara Streisand can get access to her home, her home is accessible to the public at large.  Whether or not narrowly defined personnel are able to ride lifts at Alta, the area is not open to snow boarders.



No one ever suggested it was genius. Any suggestion that it is was purely satire. Welcome to the internet. Still trying to figure out how your first post was bumping a thread from a year ago.

post #64 of 69

What's snowboarding?

post #65 of 69

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No doubt, but extrapolating from what USFC personnel are permitted to what Alta permits in general is like suggesting that because an agent working for Barbara Streisand can get access to her home, her home is accessible to the public at large.  Whether or not narrowly defined personnel are able to ride lifts at Alta, the area is not open to snow boarders.



 

post #66 of 69

I've been on the internet for quite a while, although I only recently found this site.  I've been skiing at Alta, though, since I was 10 years old.  Maybe the snowboard claims were satirical (some seemed to be, some didn't), but my reaction to them was in case anyone thought, and the thread made it seem plausible that someone would, that Alta had become snowboard friendly.  No offense meant.

post #67 of 69

It really shouldn't be surprising that you don't grasp satire or irony seeing as you can't grasp it in your own posts.
 

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No offense meant.


 

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If it should ever come to pass again that you have a "sense of humor" transplant, be more careful to see that the donor wasn't a cadaver.


 

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Your brilliance is a thing of majesty.



 

post #68 of 69

Question:  If I show up to Deer Valley or MRG with a mono-ski/board, does that make me a "boarder" or a "skier"?  I am just curious what would get me kicked out for being the wrong element.  A mono-board uses standard bindings and boots and you ski without the blind spots of boarders.  But since it is one fat board, does that mean the resorts will send me packing?


Edited by quant2325 - 12/30/11 at 6:36pm
post #69 of 69

A friend asked a liftie at Alta if Teleboarding was allowed, and she said "Oh, sure!"

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