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Old 09-05-2013, 02:55 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I'll run this by you to see if I got most of what you're saying

So basically, wear one or practice abstinence. Or stay a virgin till death.
Be nice to the locals, unless they are complete dicks.
Watch your ass both on and off the hill.
Keep that shit-eating grin on lock while on the job.
Upper management sucks donkey balls and they can drop your ass anytime.
There will be nice guys and then assholes who outperform you in being an asshole.
Stay heavy on the fruits and veggies.
Don't be a moron and die doing something you know is dangerous and way out of your skill level.
There are cults so read up on old homework from H.S. Human Social Behavior class.
There is free food so eat up.
Get the free cookies at Beaver, (but I will personally avoid the champagne and Cristal.)
Be cool, but not a douche.

I also have a few questions. Some of them are funny.

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if you suck you will be neglected and left to wallow in the icy shit that is Keystone.
Is that in reference to skill?

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The care clinic is OK at Keystone but if you need medical attention take the free bus, drive, get a ride to Frisco to the hospital and walk in. This will save you a 1,200 dollar ambulance bill if they deem you need to be transported.
Is going out in to the forest to die an option?

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Remember you are a guest in this county treat it like your backyard and have respect for it. There are those that live up here that do not give a fuck you just moved here or work for the mountain but do care that you are not destructive to their community.
Are we talking like litter, excessive vulgar language, or something else?
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Your hand is your best friend!

That's a reference to the skill of life. Who cares if you suck on the hill as long as you're having fun and not endangering people.

Forest death is a viable option but make sure you have a fishing license with search and rescue attached to it as no one wants to bill your family after your death.

Litter, vulgarity, obscenities, acting like this is "your" mountain/town.

Final point I mentioned. The "locals" discount. If you have to ask for it you're not local so it is far better to go without asking for it and noticing you got it than to ask for it and be denied.
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Old 09-05-2013, 03:04 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Old 09-05-2013, 03:18 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Your hand is your best friend!

That's a reference to the skill of life. Who cares if you suck on the hill as long as you're having fun and not endangering people.

Forest death is a viable option but make sure you have a fishing license with search and rescue attached to it as no one wants to bill your family after your death.

Litter, vulgarity, obscenities, acting like this is "your" mountain/town.

Final point I mentioned. The "locals" discount. If you have to ask for it you're not local so it is far better to go without asking for it and noticing you got it than to ask for it and be denied.
Well living there doesn't seem too difficult. But I do like to wear balaclavas almost everywhere (I'm the quiet and mysterious type when out in the public) so what is the situation on that. And what are the range of selections at Dillon City Market? I used to work at the 2 billion a year company of Woodman's and there stores might edge out anyone IMO.
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