By Anonymous - 25/01/2013 22:41 - United States
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That's like saying we can't go swimming because lightning just struck the pool. . . . oh wait. Well that's retarded. Have fun NOT skiing. *evil laugh*
15- I stated in my bio that I comment when I feel that what I have to say is funny. I'm ok with being downvoted. I do not do nothing when I get home, I have soccer an basketball practice and I get straight A's, and man, if you would've said you didn't appreciate the word retarded earlier I would've changed it. Sorry for my crappy comment, go bury it. I'm still not sure why you felt the need to write that comment though.
Here is my attempt at trying to understand this comment: So I'm guessing the commenter is assuming the OP is already at the skii resort/destination. That being said, she is making an analogy to a person already at a pool with a supervisor. While at the pool, it rains and lightning strikes the pool. The supervisor says they can't swim anymore. The commenter believes that while at the ski resort, it snowed too hard so the skiing that would be done is cancelled.
What does age even have to do with anything? I don't like it when people are like "oh, they're 12/13, MUST be a pop music fan/twilight lover, they shouldn't be on the internet". Well I heard of a 5 year old that was admitted into MENSA which proves that age has nothing to do with intelligence. We were all 13 once, stop bringing age into it. Age, just like sexuality, is naturally defined so people need to stop using this as a derogatory term.
I really think this is a wise choice. I mean you don't want to be responsible for like a 1000 kids injury and they can't afford it. I don't know they should still take you in my opinion, just telling the other side
Then why have ski club if they are just going to cancel it? And my school did the same thing last week, which was kinda disappointing, especially because one of my friends who's parents drove them to the mountain took pics and it was the perfect ski hill and blue skies. So FYL op.
People do drive fast in blizzard conditions. A few years ago Christmas Eve we drive to my moms, a 2.5 hour drive took 5 hours. This truck went blazing past. A couple miles down the road he was buried in the ditch. I'd also like to point out that the wind chill factor may have also been in play, in MN it has been -50° with the wind chill. I had to cancel back surgery, but my husband and I would not take our young daughters out in that, you can get frost bite in just minutes. You will understand when you get older, OP.
Seriously do these people not understand that snow on roads can be extremely dangerous? I mean I get that not everyone grows up with or may not even ever see snow in their life but don't you hear about all the cars and truckers who go careening off the road in places that do? I live in Alberta near the rockies (Calgary) and have heard and been in some terrifying situations because of snow especially in the mountain passes.
Who posted this? U r definitely from cfs aren't u? This is Vince btw