The Florida ski slopes are not a good place for a person to die.
In a recent article, The American Conservatives featured a graphic that showed the top-rated ski resorts in the state and compared them to the top 10 most-coveted destinations in America.
Florida ranked No. 2 overall on the list with a rating of 8.9 out of 10.
The list of top 10 destinations is a top 10 list that takes into account many factors including proximity to major metropolitan areas, the number of tourists visiting the resort and its proximity to national parks, national monuments, historic sites and cultural attractions.
Florida had five ski resorts on the 2017 list of most-voted-for resorts, which are: the Glen Canyon, the Grand Floridian, the Black Diamond, the Paradise and the Paradise Express.
In addition to those resorts, Florida also had the Grand Teton, the Biscayne Bay, the Chumash and the Black Rock.
The chart included four ski resorts that had an average rating of 5.6.
The three remaining resorts that ranked in the top 20 were the Paradise, the St. Elias, and the Alaskan Way.
In an interview with Fox News, author Mike Rowe said that Florida’s resort rankings were based on a flawed analysis that relied on information that has been debunked.
“I was actually going to write an article about how the Florida ski industry has a history of fraud and abuse,” Rowe said.
“The article never materialized because of all the negative publicity surrounding the industry.
But I’ve had a lot of conversations with people who worked in the industry and it’s all the same stuff, and I’m not going to change anything.””
This was a scam,” he added.
“Florida’s ski resorts and resorts in general are a big money maker for them.
That’s just not true.”
The American Conservatives published an article this week detailing how the resort industry is a “big money maker” for the industry, despite being a scam.
Rowe said he was told that “in many cases, the resorts are being run by people with the best intentions.”
“They are people who have a strong interest in the reputation of the resort, in the success of the business, and in protecting their turf,” he said.
Rowet added that his website is being shut down because of the threats it has received, but he is not stopping there.
He told The American Broadcasting Company that he plans to continue writing his article because he is “deeply disturbed” by the situation.
“People who have visited resorts, they will see this in person, and they will tell you it’s awful,” Rowe added.
“It’s really distressing.”