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Stinkydog

Old farts cost more?

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So what's the deal with the new annual pass prices? Does a 25 year old guy really cost $13 more than a 24 year old in terms of rescue risk, etc.?

 

$43 is a weird number. Sounds like a Walmart price.

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Your name says it all... 25 year old guys poop more than a 24 year old. More stink == more cash to pull it off. $42 would have been too prophetic. $43 is ONE MORE. Like 11. It's ONE MORE.

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Hmmm maybe you're on to something... old guys do tend to spend more extra days at Schurman and Muir and haul up stuff like steak, eggs, and bacon for breakfast to gorge themselves on. The younguns just make do with a couple 2oz tubes of Ultra Max Power Gel and a Red Bull.

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So what's the deal with the new annual pass prices? Does a 25 year old guy really cost $13 more than a 24 year old in terms of rescue risk, etc.?

 

I doubt it has anything to do with risk and is just about cutting "students" slack. Would you be happy if they offered a senior citizen discount too? :-)

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So what's the deal with the new annual pass prices? Does a 25 year old guy really cost $13 more than a 24 year old in terms of rescue risk, etc.?

 

I doubt it has anything to do with risk and is just about cutting "students" slack. Would you be happy if they offered a senior citizen discount too? :-)

 

Nanny State!

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