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    Did you really make it into college not knowing how to spell "survey"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim from the North Shore View Post
    Did you really make it into college not knowing how to spell "survey"?
    And don't forget the minuets!
    Live, Ski or Die Trying!!!
    "Life is not measured by the numbers of breaths we take, but by the ski runs that take our breath away."

    SKI THE EAST!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puck it View Post
    And don't forget the minuets!
    And here I was about to do some ballet moves...

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    Wow, tough crowd. I tried doing the survey but it's geared to people who skied Jay at least once this year, which sadly excludes me.

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    Link's not working for me, but it could be the filters at my place of employment.

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    Agree. The survey only applied to Jay skiers and riders and the questions were a bit vague.
    Live, Ski, or Die!


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    Quote Originally Posted by thetrailboss View Post
    Agree. The survey only applied to Jay skiers and riders and the questions were a bit vague.
    The questions are very environmentally focused with a negative tilt! This survey seems very odd!
    2012-2013 (39)
    2013-2014 (36)
    2014-2015 (51)
    2015-2016 (47)

    2016-2017 target - 50

    If you take what the mountain gives you, you will always have fun!

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    Uggh, I just read the survey. Didn't fill anything in. Did you make that survey before or after a night at the Packer?

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    So if I answer that I disagree that Jay Peak is harming the environment, I am still expected to answer the following questions?:
    How do you feel about Jay Peak's enviromental [sic] harm?
    Does the environmental harm turn you away from visiting Jay Peak Resort?
    Do you know what Jay Peak Resort is trying to do to counteract their environmental impact?
    Do you think this is sufficient action against the environmental harm?


    Did a professor actually approve this survey?

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