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housing is easy to find and inexpensive, all things considered. i live in a single apt right downtown for less than half of what it would cost in a city like milwaukee or madison.
the job market is down, like anywhere, but not as bad as the rest of the country. if you are serious, get out here early to beat the oct rush of people with the same idea.
i love it here. i spend 4-5 days in the mountains a week in the summer, and i ski every chance i get in the winter.
the city is fun, don't believe the hate on the lds church. the outdoors opportunities are nearly unmatched in options and accessability, the weather is simply incredible almost everyday.
this is the place (sorry, i haven't been able to stop making pioneer day jokes)
WRONG. don't say things like that unless you know what you are talking about.
big cottonwood canyon is home to brighton and solitude. that road is generally cleared by the time anyone is up and trying to get up the canyon even after the biggest dumps.
little cottonwood canyon is home to alta and snowbird. that road is frequently closed a bit longer in the morning because it is the most avalanche prone road in NA that is open 12 mths a year. however, if you have the patience to wait it out an extra hour or two you usually get up there. and it is good. very rarely does it happen where you are stuck up canyon all night, they are good about getting windows you can get down in. and if you are stuck up there, i don't see a problem.
parleys is the way to park city, where deer valley, canyons, and pcmr are. that is usually open however high winds can make it a bit trecherous. you are more likely to get a closure from an accident than from the snow.
i15 takes you up to ogden, where you enter the canyon to get to powmo and snowabasin. i15 is always open.
the only road that you ever have to wait for is in lcc, and that usually opens up pdq all things considered.
you said that
1. all the resorts in utah are on one road.
2. that road is always closed.
sarcasm isn't speaking in falsititudes. you got busted for talking out your farthole about something you don't know about and then tried to save e-face by claiming sarcasm.
it was almost like you were sarcastically claiming sarcasm, which if it was on purpose would have been cool, like that song about irony where none of the examples are ironic (or is that the greater irony? oh alanis, how your crpytic lyrics vex me)
for those you who are confused, see below for a handy chart.
nothing is more fun than cleaning a toilet with a toothbrush (that's sarcasm)
warthogs are members of the bird family (that's not sarcasm, that is just plain stupidity)
you know the things people in utah post in forums about utah, to keep people out
example. the mormans are wierd, utah is brown, the snow sucks, it takes forever to get to a resort, resorts are crowded, no bars, etc.
i just elaborated to much for anyone to catch on i suppose.
so instead of trying to P3WN my NOOb ass with blatently obvious facts about salt lake, just ignore my post, i wont mind