Individuals, not different equipment, cause collisions on slopes |

Individuals, not different equipment, cause collisions on slopes

You wouldn’t let Michael Jordan and Warren Sapp play on the same surface? I am sorry, Donald E. Chisholm, M.D. As a doctor, you should know when to say when. The boarder who hit you probably didn’t see you because you probably came from nowhere.

I am tired of hearing about segregating the slopes. It would be against the law, anyway. I got plowed into by a gentleman skier in Breckenridge under Chair 6 around 11:30 a.m. Sunday, March 2. He left without a word. Then he proceed to the lift line where he still would not talk about the collision he caused. 

It wasn’t because of the difference in sports, it was because he had his head up his *** and was skiing like he probably drives. Scary, isn’t it?

They will never segregate the mountains. For one, I would never pay full price to ski half or a third of a mountain. Would you? How would you separate it? Who would get what? 

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