For some reason I think the message went like this
"Hey you little bitch you ruined my skiing. Go to hell loser"
wait he thinks hes a fucking hero?
Now I just went from sympathy to "fucking twat thinks hes a hero?"
His case was a step in the wrong direction. Lawyers are ruining everything. I really hope there is justice in the world and that lawyers go to hell.
It ultimately sucks that there are some resorts that are removing man-made jumps from the terrain park this season, but after reading what Doug had to say, Imma play devil's advocate with the Salvini case and say that maybe this is the wake up call resorts needed. If it's true that anybody can go to a job fair to become a cat driver, what the hell kind of people do we have building some of these jumps? Granted, I think the complete removal of these features is BS and a complete overreaction to the situation (a park pass would be a more viable solution - but apparently resorts are too scared of losing any more money) and I'm not saying that all cat drivers don't know what they're doing, but maybe this was needed to regulate who can and cannot drive these machines and partake in the building of terrain features. So maybe this lawsuit was a good move done in poor taste... poor taste being as a result of a guy' recklessness being used to justify the end result. Anyway, those are my two cents on that issue.