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What do the numbers that ski patrollers write on your pass mean?
.dre. got "p-18" written on his day pass by a ski patroller for skiing a closed glade without knowing he did so.
i believe curtis bolduc got a "p-54" written on his pass by a patroller for tapping the sign, then getting his season's pass taken away.
anybody know what these "p-#" things mean that the ski patrollers write when u do something wrong?
i imagine it is some sort of warning, the number representing the offense you have committed
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just guessing but mabye it means it was given from partroller #45 or whatever the number is
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I believe it stands for The patrollers number, P = patroller and 58 is the protellers number. It is like the 3 strike syste., If you get written up three times then you get your shit pulled.
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Its prob different at every ski resort man...
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its just some code system unique to the patrol, p probably stands for penalty followed by the number which could stand for the infraction, but thats just speculation. i know some patrols cut the corner of a pass if its a season pass, and then if they get busted again with a cut corner its end of the season for 'em.
ya thats what it is, and so next time you get stopped they pull your pass cause you didnt learn you were stupid the first time.
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