The basic gist: I show up and pin a ribbon indicating my age group (18 to 35) to my jacket, and an event organizer matches me with someone in my age bracket.
Then my date and I head off to ride the lifts together and ski any runs we choose.
There is such distinct internet etiquette these days that it’s easier to tell if Kara, 22, is in fact, Bob, 56, based on what’s been said.
We live in a culture of quick convenience – see self-service in supermarkets, contactless cards or Deliveroo.
If we like each other, we can ski together as long as we want.
If we don’t click, I can go back to the base and get a new match.
Or, Trump may have become irritated by some tic in Comey’s testimony to Congress, judged him too ambitious, looked up at the portrait of Andrew Jackson for inspiration, and had the man fired.
After all, they loved it when he did it on reality TV. The continuing questioning of Trump’s legitimacy as president, and the resultant dilution of his powers, must be profoundly irritating to a man who has shown — in his ongoing demeaning of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, and his insistence that his election victory, or Inauguration Day crowds, were bigger and more imposing than reported — such sensitivity. And that has prompted calls for a select committee of Congress, or a panel of respected national leaders like the 9/11 Commission, and/or an independent counsel to take over the inquiry.
I signed up for one at Loveland the weekend before Valentine’s Day.
When I ended a five-year relationship in the fall of 2016, I had no desire to rush back into the dating scene.
But there I was, six months later, trying to get out of my comfort zone by skiing with complete strangers at a chairlift speed-dating event.
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