Sunday, March 26, 2017

Squaw Valley’s Private Equity Firm Ownership Complains About Internet Trolls By Trolling the Internets

Dear KSL, Why do you have to ruin an already awful week on your mountain...with more awfulness on the internets? And why do you pretend you’re the victim? You, after all, never pay taxes. Oh, and what the fuck is a “massive 23 foot storm”? Is that like a misbegotten Point Break reference or something? By Andrew J....

Marching on from the NFL

The weekend’s AFC and NFC championship games were overshadowed by the real story: 3.3 million people marching in protest across the country. As our collective conscious moves onto more pertinent matters than lining billionaire’s pockets, is there a future for the NFL? By Andrew J. Pridgen The New England Patriots punched a ticket to their seventh Super Bowl appearance this...

Phil Mickelson Poo Poos the Peasantry of San Diego

Phil Mickelson emerged from his La Jolla estate to stretch his man tits and admonish America’s Finest Plebeians for failing to properly cowtow. Written by Kyle Magin Hark! Lord Lefty Mickelson deigned to speak to the San Diego Union Tribune Thursday about the stupidity of his fellow San Diegans in letting the San Diego Chargers fly the coop for L.A. With...

The Chargers’ midnight escape to LA shows NFL owners have abandoned any pretense of trying to appeal to actual fans

Welcome to the era of brazen thievery at the behest of our sniveling and shriveled rapidly aging but refusing-to-ever-die corporate overlords...and how to do something about it. By Andrew J. Pridgen Thursday night as the clock struck midnight — the exact same time the GOP-led senate was repealing Obamacare 51-48 which will set the stage for insurance companies (why do we...

What lovely timing for a giant structure fire for Homewood’s ownership group

With plans to break ground in 2017 on a massive mountain redevelopment, we’re not saying the Basin’s most notorious big-ski-structure firestarter Alex Cushing would be proud ...but… By Andrew J. Pridgen Homewood Mountain Resort will suspend all skiing activities Wednesday after a fire broke out at the resort’s south lodge shortly after 3 a.m. The two-alarm fire decimated the building...

Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, LLC introduces a ‘life-size replica’ Christmas village inspired by plans for new ‘larger-than-life-size’ ski village that will probably never get built

Make it a stocking stuffer, as long as your feet are the size of Coit Tower. For Immediate Release Dec. 22, 2016 – Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, LLC, in an effort to bring forward additional holiday mirth for supporters of the Village at Squaw Valley redevelopment project, has come up with what every skier totes has no idea he really...

Outside Bozeman poorly attempts to address ski town rape culture in terrible Trump era post-election archive post

Whether irresponsible, ignorant or just poorly timed, one mountain town lifestyle magazine's quest for Friday click bait backfires. By Justin Broglio Here’s one you may have missed on the internet yesterday. (Note: Not fake news). In a very poorly thought-out attempt to possibly lighten the mode in our country or strike a “conversation” about how women are constantly sexualized, threatened and treated...

Let’s Be Very Clear: The Chargers are the NFL’s Problem, Not San Diego’s

The Chargers and their shill scribes are having a tough time accepting that if they want to stay in San Diego and make money in San Diego, they need to take the financial risk to make it happen. The problem is, that's counter to the narrative of all NFL owners. Written by Kyle Magin If the Chargers leave San Diego, that...

Gavin Newsom’s call on California’s public colleges and universities to review athletic departments should merely be the beginning of higher education reform

Newsom’s mandate after NCAA sanctions hit a state school for academic fraud is the right move. But UC and CSU needs to recognize major flaws extend far beyond the court, field and classroom. By Andrew J. Pridgen As California takes on the responsibilities of becoming an emerging rogue state, Sacramento should not overlook the need for a wholesale review of...

Oregon hired its first black football coach. Why that’s important and why it shouldn’t be.

Willie Taggart, 40, is the first coach Oregon has hired from outside the program since 1976. The Ducks’ previous three coaches, Mike Bellotti, Chip Kelly and Mark Helfrich, were assistants who were promoted. His goal: Graduate students and be the first black coach to win a national championship. By Andrew J. Pridgen On July 12, 1991, I saw John Singleton’s...

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