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post #1 of 68 (permalink) Old 03-15-2014, 04:27 AM Thread Starter
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"Ski resort security threatens to kill skier"

EDIT Sorry for confusion, this isn't my video, I just found it and thought I'd share
This is the info from his video
"Me and my friends were skiing at our local resort about a week ago and one of my friends forgot his coat at home therefore forgot his season pass that was on his coat. instead of looking up his name and giving him a temporary pass they brought us to security. he gave him the option to buy two day passes and rip one up, or call the police and press charges for "theft of services" despite the fact that he has a season pass on file. when the security started getting excessively rude i started recording on my phone but left it in my pocket so THERE IS NO VIDEO JUST Audio. in the end of the video the security says that if he ever sees him in the security office again he will "hunt him down and kill him""

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Holy shit, that is too funny!!

I'd be sure not to break any resort rules just so I don't have to be lectured to by some redneck dullard like this guy.

Oooooh, that $66 charge is so inconsequential that resort security has to increase the threat to DEATH!!
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Everbody losses it at some point.
Hope when I do its not caught on video.
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It sounds like he sized you up as a punk little bitch that needed a scare. Of course, I have no idea whether that was true, but in years gone by a good little scare would have been SOP.

Also, in some states (mine included) audio recording someone without their permission is a crime.
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Question, honesty over the internet needed here: Why were you dragged into the SP office? Truly because you forgot your pass or you don't have one? You need to post more honest details here.
That said.

Whether it's a crime or not, even if the ski patrol had a bad day and the kid (you) is an asshat punk. I'm in CS and I could never talk to someone like that. That is so uncalled for !!! I have bad days and get over worked. Our resort has called the sheriff to ticket guys who ride without passes, it's called theft!

Personally, of course years of wisdom here, and I will say upfront.
** I was that smart ass punk that needed sitting down. ** When/if my dad found out I was set straight, some of you know what I mean, but that guy is not my dad.
If I were you and you truly have a Pass. Sorry, but I would take your pass into the office. Show the video, and let them bring in the SP person. If you were causing problems admit them, apologize and say but this was totally uncalled for.

Again, years of wisdom and I did my fair share of shit. I hate this type of attitude and if he talked to you like this I can say 100% that this guy has done it to others. Never justified no matter what kinda day he had.

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I hate this type of attitude and if he talked to you like this I can say 100% that this guy has done it to others. Never justified no matter what kinda day he had.
Slyder, do you have a problem with anything up until the "I'll kill you."
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fuck that dude PERIOD. get his ass fired, if they won't fire him get him arrested and publicize it and force them to fire him publicly. pretty sure its a felony to threaten to "hunt down and kill" someone. i'm 100% its a crime.... if you or the person in the video lets this just slide you're a fool.

what resort was this?
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It sounds like he sized you up as a punk little bitch that needed a scare. Of course, I have no idea whether that was true, but in years gone by a good little scare would have been SOP.

Also, in some states (mine included) audio recording someone without their permission is a crime.
you sound like a sheep. fuck authority and fuck your couch.
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... I would take your pass into the office. Show the video ...
Or maybe not.

OP, I did a quick google search for you. Here are the results. Telephone recording laws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Don't be fooled by the label "telephone recording calls" because the relevant CA statute (I'm only assuming CA from your intro post) covers other "confidential" communications.

I don't know all the facts and circumstances and I am not an attorney in CA and I AM NOT GIVING YOU LEGAL ADVICE, but before you go do something really stupid (and by this I mean more stupid than the first thing you did to end up in that office and more stupid than possibly posting evidence of a crime on YouTube), perhaps you should bone up on the law in CA about audio recording people.

I don't mean to imply I disagree with Slyder. I understand his point and his concern, but there are times to just admit what you did was wrong and walk away. Lesson learned. Ultimately you aren't responsible for and can't control that guy's behavior, but you can control and are responsible for your own.
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Or maybe not.

OP, I did a quick google search for you. Here are the results. Telephone recording laws - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Don't be fooled by the label "telephone recording calls" because the relevant CA statute (I'm only assuming CA from your intro post) covers other "confidential" communications.

I don't know all the facts and circumstances and I am not an attorney in CA and I AM NOT GIVING YOU LEGAL ADVICE, but before you go do something really stupid (and by this I mean more stupid than the first thing you did to end up in that office and more stupid than possibly posting evidence of a crime on YouTube), perhaps you should bone up on the law in CA about audio recording people.

I don't mean to imply I disagree with Slyder. I understand his point and his concern, but there are times to just admit what you did was wrong and walk away. Lesson learned. Ultimately you aren't responsible for and can't control that guy's behavior, but you can control and are responsible for your own.
the lesson hasn't been learned here until the person making death threats because he figures he can get away with it is put in handcuffs.
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