Month: February 2018

The Red Hack Shuttle From Salt Lake City to Park City Fix

In this blog post we would like to discuss the process by which the Red Hack Fix can be applied to the shuttle from Salt Lake City to Park City and possibly back again. One might reasonably inquire as to just what exactly this opening sentence means and why it rises to the level of importance to warrant its own blog post. Certainly these are reasonable areas of inquiry in their own right but coming up with an answer to these inquires in well beyond the scope of this blog post and perhaps this very blog entirely.

Applying the Red Hack Fix to Park City Transportation

Because applying the Red Hack Fix has nothing to do with finding answers to inquiries about whether this topic or any other topic for that matter is within the scope or beyond the scope of this or any other blog. Quite the contrary. Applying the Red Hack Fix is about simplifying complex procedures and distilling complex issues down to their basic essence in order to fully grasp the salient parts of the issue that require addressing. In short, when one engages in the process of applying the Red Hack Fix to anything, he or she is necessarily engaged in the process of problem solving.

Therefore, when one applies the Red Hack Fix to a mode of transportation as described in the first sentence of the first paragraph of this three paragraph blog post one must first identify the problem that requires solving and then devise a solution for that problem. But the solution of course cannot be simply any solution that works. No, if a solution is to be properly labeled a “Red Hack Fix” it must solve the problem in an unique and unexpected manner such that the problem completely disappears thoroughly and completely.

Applying the Red Hack Fix to the Wendover Fun Bus

In this blog post I would like to apply the old Red Hack Fix to the Wendover Fun Bus and see what happens. If you are a reader of this blog then you already know what I mean when I say that I wish to apply the old “Red Hack Fix” to something. As such, there is no need to define what I mean by the term for that particular population of people. If you are not a reader of this blog then you probably do not know what I mean when I say that I wish to apply the old “Red Hack Fix” to something. But if that is the case then you are not reading this blog right now. Accordingly, there is no need to define it for you either, because the definition I would supply for applying the old “Red Hack Fix” would go unread and thus it would be a waste of time for me to expend the effort in typing it out in this blog post.

Applying Ye Olde Red Hack Fix to the St George Shuttle

Before I apply the old (or Ye Olde if you prefer) Red Hack Fix to the Wendover Fun Bus, I also want to mention that I would like to apply the old Red Hack Fix to the St George Shuttle as well. In fact there is no end to the modes of transportation that I would like to apply the old Red Hack Fix to however there is (unfortunately) limited space in which to apply the Red Hack Fix within the space of a three hundred word blog post. Now we have already established that there is no need to define what I mean by “Red Hack Fix” because either you are a reader of this blog and already know what it means or you are not a reader of this blog and as such it would not matter.