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So proud of you Sue. Way to represent Steamboat.
George, "bean counters" are paid the big bucks to account for "knock-on effects".
If only folks had demanded clarification on the ACA the way they now do on the ACHA. My recollection is the response from the then speaker of the house was we have to pass the bill to find out whats in it. Now I am for full transparency but isn't it some what hypocritical that now transparency is demanded but when the ACA was being proposed - no need for transparency.
My guess is the bean counters at Intrawest have a pretty good idea of what the "folks" are willing to pay. As long as the "folks" keep paying the bean counters will keep counting. Steve R I keep asking myself the same thing about family vacations and the cost. So far not a problem apparently. The one thing that has not gone up much. Season pass for youth under 6. Our son got his in 1996 for $25. It looks like it is now $30.
It's good for our youth to work. Work should not conflict with their school studies but work can be a complement to school. Work is a commitment, work is proof that one can show up on time and perform the required tasks. It's not so much about the money. It's about developing life skills that will serve our youths well. It is a competitive world and any skill our Utes (My Cousin Vinny reference) can acquire will serve them well.
Right, let's ship oil by rail or truck, nothing bad ever happens
Scott, the only thing I can figure is some thin skinned soul complained to the Pilot and so Debbie and Harvey were banned. Hey Eric, I don't think it was you. I have an idea as to who it might be but I am not mentioning any names. As much as the lovely Mrs. K would like me to be banned I do like to post every once in a while. TeeHee
Good luck Sue. Have an amazing experience.
Debbie M. gone, Harvey L. gone. Message from Pilot???
Eric, thanks for the info. I do wonder about pilot policy. They kind of pick and choose.
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