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atleast he doesnt annoy all of us, like you... hahahaha
im kidding man. your awesome.
hahahah "Back up yo claims son"........ alright, no offense but you bout to sound real stupid brah. #1 i never said I and I hated Tamarack. #2 if you look back into later posts i say, i hate the new Tamarack. #3 all the years before last year when they became hella fuckin bankrupt, were way fuckin legit. #4 i never bagged on Tamaracks tree skiing once, i always said they had good tree skiing. #5 if you really think Tamarack had a good park last year then you have gotta be blind or seein shit, G. cause everywhere around here last year had a shitty park. #6 thats just a couple reasonswh the NEW Tamarack is bunk and fuckin lame as shit. #7 when they finally get outta all of this, im damn sure im going to buy a season pass. but for the time being, "Fuck em".
sorry homie, but dont go tellin me to bring facts. BLAAAAAAAHHAHAHAHAHA!
7.9 million dollars from mexican investors is not nearly enough money to run a ski resort for a season. Even if they opened only one ski lift, no day lodges, and limited staff - it costs a lot of money to run a ski resort. They are not able to get any loans so they have to run off of cash. If they are able to pull this off, it will completly stun the whole ski industry.
They will also have to honor all of the season passes they sold last year. And with their track record, I doubt people will be buying season passes.
Fool???? KYLE, sorry but your the fuckin fool man. i never once said anything about you accusin me. you stated your facts, wanna cookie? I answered your question. I said, i have notta damn thing against the old Tamarack. Fuck the new Tamarack.. if you really need me to go back into detail on why the new Tamarack is whack, i can.
one other reason that i forgot to put in the post above. was the Joeys that are often shreddin there now, all though there is some legit people.
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- A judge will let Tamarack Resort property owners participate in a foreclosure lawsuit over the failed Idaho vacation getaway, but refused to endorse their plan to use a Mexican real-estate lender's cash to open skiing this winter.
In a decision Tuesday, 4th District Court Judge Patrick Owen wrote he'll at least allow homeowners to argue their case, despite his "concerns that this is not a proper case for intervention."
The homeowners want to use a $7.9 million loan from Mexico-based Inmobiliaria Las Fuentes, S.A. de C.V. to hire a new receiver to reopen the resort.
Zurich-based Credit Suisse Group and others owed more than $300 million by Tamarack are fighting the homeowners' plan, on grounds the Mexican firm has made being repaid before existing creditors a condition of extending the money.
yes sir u r right haha its all about shreddin the brundo