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ULLR almighty, you didn't just call one of your advertisers a hoser did ya ?????????????? Seems to me the woman was a whiner.
Update: Just read that apparently the woman has been complaining constantly about one thing or another for over 2 years, an ongoing thing with the mtn staff, ever since she moved to town from New York. This is just her latest tirade. You know, SKI mag, at some point a business must make a decision not to serve a customer. You guys closed FREEZE magazine. People complained. But it is DMR's right not to operate at a loss on weekdays early and late season, as it is your right not to publish a really cool magazine that loses money. You made a business decision and so did DMR.
And then the woman went to Telluride to complain? T ride didn't contact her, she just wouldn't let it go. Now, it seems, Slaff is T ride's problem. Kudos to DMR.
that's my countdown on how long it will take Rob Katz to call you again and request (because your advertising is at stake), not to give readers the idea that pass fraud at Keystone or Breck is easy to get away with.
Q: How do you feel about returning to the team?
A: Well, after all the childish, selfish crap I pulled over the years, it was really cool for them to take me back. They didn't have to do that, so I'm now in their debt, and it will be an honor to represent my country if given the opportunity.
Q: Why the new attitude?
I realized that I couldn't attend the Olympics without being on a team, so I behaved like an adult, pleaded with the USST, and Mr. Marolt was kind enough to give me this second chance.
That was really nice of him, especially after all the rude things I've said about him over so many years, and how I tried to hire all his staff and lure US Ski Team members away from the national squad.
Q: What has changed recently?
This might be a good opportunity to thank the fans out there, many of whom I know I disappointed. Once I became a father, I understood the Golden Rule, "always do your best." I sure didn't do my best in the past, and how could I face my daughter and teach her that important lesson with that history of immaturity hanging over my head? Again, after all those sponsors dropped me and so many said so much about my antics, thank you, thank you all for this second chance.
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