I would prefer to be in a Tropical Paradise, in FL. So it's true, Utah Office of
Tourism unveiled its $1.1 million campaign, humorous "snowflakes"
touting the virtues of "the greatest snow on earth advertising it's winter
in Utah and the campaign of heavy snowfall on powdery slopes, includes three
new 30-second commercials that will rotate on 13 national cable networks
beginning in January. I guess that's better then hearing about a state park
ranger was in critical condition after being shot three times and now a manhunt
was under way to capture the assailant. Or that the the Controlled Substances
Advisory Committee, a legislative panel made up of health professionals, law
enforcement and others plans to review Ivory Wave, one of the latest designer
substances to be sold in smoke shops in the area. It is packaged as a bath salt,
but users reportedly snort it to get a cocaine-like high. Or even suspensions
on driver's licenses for teens who have been arrested while drinking and driving
may get more lenient. Or perhaps a foursome rewarded for helping solve Tooele
County cattle shooting crime, or the illegal's that flock there.
Idea: To really show how long it takes to get from plane to lift: Film getting
off a plane and driving to one of the ski resorts, then speed it up so that
people can see that you can really go from plane to lift in less than an hour
(not just drive in less than an hour).