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PostPosted: Thu Feb 23, 2006 5:47 pm 
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post up the dudes email so other people can write him and let him know how stupid of a policy this is.


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Paul Senft
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ps@skirose.com

How you pronounce his last name - I have no idea.

That's like telling Ted Nugent he can't park at the ski area with a deer strapped to his hood.


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I spent half my childhood at Mt. Rose and you know the best thing about that place is that is was a laid back, family oriented, anything goes local scene. Sorry to see that it has been taken over by a bunch of napoleonic coorporate whiners (who have probably never skiied a day in their life).

Im going to give Paul a piece of my deranged little mind right now!


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Yeah, Mt.Rose has really changed in just the 6 seasons I've been going there. I now refer to it as Mt.Blows, and not just because of the wind. More crowded, more attitude, more rules, more gapers, and the pow now only lasts a couple of hours instead of all day like in 2000.


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I just sent my letter, too. I'm very proud that I was able to show some restraint!


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I may be mistaken... but, I'm fairly certain that they don't have the right to regulate what goes on, inside your car.

I belieive that the only way they could get away with this is if the ASPCA declared that the conditions were inhumane.

I would just challenge the rule, let them tow your car, then sue that crap out of them.

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Hmmm. Interesting. You may be right, but there is the fact that dogs are not allowed on their property and a dog inside a car in the lot is defacto on their property.

Perhaps since the dog technically is hovering above the ground (supported by an automobile) I could claim that the dog is only passing through their airspace which they do not control. :roll:


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Yeahhhh... I'm fairly certain that your car is considered your private property, regardless of where it is.

Having been ummmm.... well, having had to "worry" about the contents of my car in the ddddiiiiiiissstant past, I remember that there is an assumption of privacy applied to a person's car, regardless of location.... even includes car washes. The owner or leaser of a parking lot doesn't have the right in infringe upon that privacy... likewise, they are not responsible for the contents of your car.

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That doesn't seem right to me.

You park your car in my driveway and I'm pretty sure I have the right to have it towed.

You park your car in the parking lot of some buisness and if they have a valid reason not to want your car there I am pretty sure they can have it towed also.


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right.... but valid reasons to tow a car do not stem from the contents of the car, unless a valid law-enforcement agency has gone through the proper procedures.

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We need to find a bunch of doggie stuffed animals. Place them in cars. See if the car gets towed.

But I still like my doggie doo doo idea. :D

Options are endless.


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