Replying to Is it ethical to steal resort food?
Is it ethical to partake in the act of "stealing" food from resorts such as vail? Well, one could certainly look at this moral dilemma from a few different angles. After putting a large amount of thought into the subject I have formed my own opinion and it stands as: it is okay to steal food from large corporate owned ski resorts.
My reasoning behind this decisions is that resorts are borderline stealing from the customer to begin with. A one day pass at Park City utah is around $200. In my opinion, that is fuckng retarded. I spent nearly $700 for a 3 day pass. I do not blame Alterra mountain company for this, as it was my decision to go, and frankly the park was fucking bitchin.
My point is, I think when already spending that much money to ski, it is unfair to charge $17 for a mid hamburger and $7 for a vitamin water.
I round my conclusion back to... I think it is okay to walk out of the extremely crowded cafeteria with $80 of food on your tray as long as you dont get caught.
I am interesting to here your guys opinion upon this matter.
(fun fact) I then proceeded to knuckle the second 65 foot kicker.
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