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post #21 of 27 (permalink) Old 04-16-2009, 02:58 PM
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I agree w/ the comments above, you'd end up like a giant assh0le if you do it. I have seen a little kid almost fell out of his chair because some guy jumped off the lift in front of his. Poor kid cried the rest of the way, after almost being ejected out of his seat. The guy who jumped off was escorted off and not sure what happened to him. Either way, just a bad idea all around, glad that you had the sense to ask the question here first though
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The guy who jumped off was escorted off and not sure what happened to him.
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Never had the desire to do this as it seemed to defy common sense... But a buddy of mine did it last season, and really messed up his elbow because as stated - you will fall at an awkward angle, and unlike a cat you have little chance of landing on your feet. He decided to do this 2 weeks before we had a trip out west planned... genious.
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Never had the desire to do this as it seemed to defy common sense... But a buddy of mine did it last season, and really messed up his elbow because as stated - you will fall at an awkward angle, and unlike a cat you have little chance of landing on your feet. He decided to do this 2 weeks before we had a trip out west planned... genious.
hahaha, not to be mean but ur friend mite be a little stupid or "sped-cial". i wouldnt do this before a big trip, only at end of season
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I've done it only after getting the OK from the lifty. I was living in Steamboat and the park chair got stopped because of some idiot father and son crash and I was yelling to the lifty if it was cool if I could jump he said go for it since I had been sitting there for around 20 minutes already and I had to go to work. I did it at Breck before to, same situation.

As mentioned though no reason to do it, it's a bad idea find a cliff.

damn i might have to try that at steamboat. do you live there?
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I've FALLEN off the lift if that counts?
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