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The "bam" "you've been served" just came right back atcha, yvb. The "dig" as you call it was out of line, but you barely apologize. Uncalled for comments to the editor probably do come with the territory, but YOUR apology should be going out to Nicole Inglis.She may not be writing"hard news", however, observance of your "by the way" comment shows you're really not able to absorb any pertinent information anyway, i.e. the last name of the assistant editor. DUH and Bam
I think that our best story coming out of this is the information available. No one has to trudge up to the top of the mountain, stick a finger in the air, and guess how fast the wind is blowing, and then guess whether or not it is safe for anyone to be on the mountain. I personally was impressed with that part of the article, and with the people who watch over this information. This system protects the tourists up there, yes, but also think of our lift operators, ski patrol, and every other person that works on the mountain that are prevented from being put into situations they shouldn't be in due to high winds, That, my friend could potentially be "widespread" consequences. So Scott, Phoebe put it nicely, but instead of the brisk walk, I just would like to tell you to take a hike.
For us here in Hayden, we couldn't be prouder of this kid. He's one that excels in every FIELD he plays on. Way to go Chris.
Is there any way, now that this man has admitted his role in a murder for hire plot, that the paper could use a picture that is more appropriate when they have something to write about this case? I would like to see him in his orange jump suit.
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