Reader: My Picks for the Most Annoying People to Share a Ski Lift With

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When we shared our post about attempted sex assaults against two teenage girls at Monarch Mountain ski area, we asked Facebook friends if they'd ever been forced to share a ski lift with anyone especially creepy. This reader's experiences were irritating in a different way.

See also: Two Teenage Girls Targeted by Attempted Sex Assaulter at Monarch Mountain Ski Area

Anthony Huxh writes:

I have been on a chairlift with a couple of rude people shoving Jesus and religion down my throat. I'd have to say that was the worst lift I've ever been on. No offense to anyone here, I respect everyone's beliefs.

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