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Braunini

Big Wall climber
cupertino
Mar 10, 2014 - 01:06am PT
Sidmo.



















Go ahead with your page long explanation about how i'm the one responding to outside stimuli.

You can't help it.



WBraun

climber
Mar 10, 2014 - 01:16am PT
Sidmo the delusional narcissistic nutcase.

Was back in the day in the present and will continue in the future.

He keeps on proving it in his daily seek for attention and his ridiculous rants.

Like he's talking to himself looking in the mirror and there's these imaginary people in his mirror.

We've all seen this from people like him so many times ....... WOW !!!!!

Modesto Mutant

Trad climber
Santa Cruz, CA
Mar 10, 2014 - 02:30am PT
Sidmo, if we were to take a poll it would be incredibly disproportionate towards you being delusional. Give it a rest! Or find something else to vent about.
Synchronicity

Trad climber
British Columbia, Canada
Mar 10, 2014 - 02:55am PT
Sidmo, please take a note from this guy...
cuvvy

Sport climber
arkansas
Mar 10, 2014 - 05:00pm PT
All I want out of this is a book to read. Doesn't matter if I read it next month or next decade. There will always be jealous opposition Licky. Ignore it and tell us a tale
Hardman Knott

Gym climber
Muir Woods National Monument, Mill Valley, Ca
Mar 10, 2014 - 05:22pm PT
Don't hold your breath!
sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 10, 2014 - 07:14pm PT
DAY 3215

DELUSIONALITY HELD HOSTAGE
Synchronicity

Trad climber
British Columbia, Canada
Mar 10, 2014 - 07:38pm PT
Since licky seems to have decided to go a different direction with his book why not write one yourself Sidmo? Tell the story we all really want to hear, about how a bunch of lowlife potheads scored bigtime and the resulting adventures spawned by the goldrush. I'd rather read that then details about the plane ..... snooze
sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 10, 2014 - 08:12pm PT
THANX SYNCH - i'd love to tell a tale but icky would get all weird and accuse me of piracy and stealing his idea, but you are absotootly right - I told him years ago that the interesting part of the story is sociological and not mechanical/aeronautical - I've been fortunate enough to get in on some good opportunities in my life, but usually there were just a few of us who lucked out - the plane was interesting and unique in that the wealth trickled down to so many deserving souls - even the waiters got more tips, and didn't have to hike a mile to do it - hell, Curry never sold so many tents and gear before, even the suits made out like banditos - but licky dissed me and focused on aeroplane hydraulics and such, topics interesting only to a pilot or airplane mechanic - as I told him, I actually was a pilot and my dad had a plane all through my childhood and yet I still found his obsession tedious at best - if I were to write about it i'd take my own advice that I gave licky, i'd just write in in a novel - you know, change the names to protect the guilty - thanx again, it's nice that someone here gets it
Lorenzo

Trad climber
Oregon
Mar 10, 2014 - 08:14pm PT
Wait, there was a plane crash in Yosemite? Does the FAA know? They have been looking for a missing plane...
sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 10, 2014 - 09:09pm PT
take your poll merced-o, and see who cares - maybe it'll play on foxnews -

NEWSFLASH!!! SIDMO EXPOSED AS DELUSIONAL!!! LARGE PLURALITY OF SUPERTOPO RESPONDENTS AGREE, HE'S EVEN NUTTIER THAN LICKY!!!

So, I should stop busting licky's ass? Why? Because you don’t like it? Or you? Or you? Really? And what about the past makes you believe that all of a sudden I might give a phlying phuck what you think or want? Haven't you accused me of being delusional and worst? And you think a delusional ranting fool would respond to your brand of logic? So what am I - delusional or logical? You can't have it both ways . . . and neither can Licky. I entertain myself here and if you don’t so be it. Who cares what you or I think? Think about it while I drink about it. Wait for Licky's book all you want, stop reading my posts if you must but remember this: Licky don't care what we think, he's drowning in the book project and can't swim. He should never have solicited information from strangers under false pretenses. He's using you, or at least he would if he could . . . but he can't because the dweeb can't write or climb his way out of a wet paper bag with a hole in it.

AND THAT AIN'T DELUSIONAL, BROTHER
sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 10, 2014 - 10:49pm PT
IF ONLY LICKY HAD LICKED HIS WRITER'S BLOCK THE PLANE MIGHT HAVE MADE THIS LIST:

POLITICO
THE GREATEST PLANE MYSTERIES
By: Kathryn A. Wolfe
March 10, 2014 07:57 PM EDT
The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is not the first airborne drama that has raised more questions than answers.
It’s not the first big jet in the past five years to go missing with no distress signal. It’s not the first suspected plane crash that has taken days to turn up any signs of wreckage. And if some past aviation puzzles are any guide, the debate about what happened to the Boeing 777 and its 227 passengers may go on for years or decades after investigators find the aircraft and pinpoint a cause.
Facts about Flight 370 have been scarce ever since the plane left Kuala Lumpur on a red-eye flight to Beijing early Saturday.
(Also on POLITICO: Full transportation and infrastructure policy coverage)
The state-of-the-art plane disappeared at cruising altitude — typically, the safest part of the flight — with no distress signals and no emergency beacon to help light rescuers’ way. Three days of searching by planes and ships from multiple countries, including two U.S. Navy destroyers, have found little more than oil slicks and floating debris that turned out to be unrelated to the flight. The probe has also pulled in reports of stolen passports and a mysterious Iranian ticket-buyer, though those may not prove to have anything to do with what happened.
Did the jet disintegrate on its own? Did a bomb blow it up? Was it hijacked? For now, the answers are lost at sea.
Here are some of the biggest past mysteries involving plane crashes and disappearances:

1. Air France Flight 447 (2009)
If the Malaysian jet has crashed, this incident could be most similar to a deadly 2009 accident involving an Air France Airbus A330 that disappeared over the Atlantic en route from Rio de Janeiro to Paris.
As with the Malaysia Airlines flight, the Air France pilots issued no distress call. Investigators found nothing more about the plane or the 228 people on board for five days, when search-and-rescue teams finally found some of the tail section in the water.

2. TWA Flight 800 (1996)
The Boeing 747 was bound for Europe when it exploded and crashed shortly after taking off from JFK International Airport, killing all 230 people on board. After a four-year investigation, the National Transportation Safety Board found that the probable cause was a fuel tank explosion sparked by faulty wiring.

3. EgyptAir Flight 990 (1999)
The Boeing 767 en route from New York City to Cairo crashed shortly after takeoff, killing all 200 people on board. After a two-year investigation, the NTSB concluded that the relief first officer in the cockpit had deliberately caused the crash.

4. Reps. Hale Boggs and Nick Begich (1972)
Boggs, who at the time was the House majority leader, and Begich boarded a twin-engine Cessna in Anchorage that vanished while on its way to Juneau, Alaska. The plane was never found despite a 39-day search that The Washington Post called “the largest in Alaska history,” involving more than 70 aircraft and 3,600 hours of flying time.
Conspiracy theories abounded — noting that Boggs had been a member of the Warren Commission, or, as The Post put it, speculating that Begich “had been assassinated by Serbians because of his Croatian heritage.”

5. Flying Tiger Line Flight 739 (1962)
A Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation prop plane, chartered by the U.S. military to transport almost 100 Army soldiers from California to Saigon, refueled in Guam and was on its way to the Philippines when it disappeared without a trace and no distress signal. At the time, the disappearance prompted a large air and sea search, with its own share of conspiracy theories.

6. Amelia Earhart (1937)
The most enduring aviation mystery of all time may well be the question of what happened to the Lockheed Electra piloted by Amelia Earhart and her navigator Fred Noonan, who were never heard from again as they were trying to circumnavigate the globe. Many believe her plane simply ran out of fuel and ditched in the water near Howland Island in the middle of the Pacific, but other conspiracy theories abound, including that she was captured by the Japanese.

7. Glenn Miller (1944)
The bandleader, then a major with the Army Air Force, stepped aboard an RAF Norseman C-64 in England on his way to Paris, where he was to join the rest of his band. But the plane never reached its destination, and at the time was believed to have crashed over the English Channel in foggy weather.
But again, conspiracy theories were rampant.

http://www.politico.com/story/2014/03/malaysia-airlines-flight-370-the-greatest-plane-mysteries-104505.html?hp=f1

IT'S A DADGUM SHAME - LICKY'S GOT DEM PROCRASTINATION BLUES
zBrown

Ice climber
Brujo de la Playa
Mar 10, 2014 - 11:18pm PT
WTF sid:

Amelia is only #6 on your list (and I'll go ahead and mention that you tried to lay the slapdown on me for bringing her up on this thread). If you're not gonna write a book, at least do some editing.

If you really want to get into mysteries and you've outgrown the Hardy Boys, try:

who put the ram, in the rama lama ding dong?



de-ludes - quay-ludes it's all the same to me.





sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 10, 2014 - 11:37pm PT
IT'S NOT MY LIST MORON - I POSTED THE LINK TO THE WEBSITE, IDIOT - READ BEFORE YOU ATTACK, BOZO - IT'S FROM POLITICO.COM, DEADBRAIN - YOU MUST HAVE BEEN IN TOO MANY ROCKFALLS OR SOMETHING, SHOULD HAVE WORN A HELMET - CAN YOU POST WITHOUT A PICTURE? TRY WRITING SOMETHING, OR DO YOU NEED REMEDIAL ED FIRST?
TMJesse

Mountain climber
Olympia, WA
Mar 10, 2014 - 11:41pm PT
the plane was interesting and unique in that the wealth trickled down to so many deserving souls

Yeah, there were a bunch of bottom feeders, alright.

Credit: TMJesse
sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 11, 2014 - 12:22am PT
MORE PHUCKIN PHOTOS FROM YOU DOODS THAT HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH ANYTHING WE'RE SUPPOSED TO BE CONCERNED WITH HERE ON LICKY'S THREAD - CAN NONE OF YOU WRITE? I KNOW LICKY CAN'T BUT C'MON, IT AIN'T THAT HARD - I CAME OUT OF THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM, WERE YOU ALL HOMOSCHOOLED OR SOMETHING? CATFISH, TRUNKLOADS OF DOPE, SID VICIOUS STEERING A BOAT, ETC. - WHT THE PHUCK DOES ANY OF THESE STUPID IMAGES HAVE TO SAY ABOUT THE PLANE, OR ANYTHING ELSE? NO WONDER LICKY'S LOSING INTEREST, PHOTOS OF RANDOM NOTHINGNESS ARE ONLY RELEVANT TO YOUR IDIOCY - AND I GUESS YOU WERE A TOPFEEDER, EH? YEAH, SURE
John M

climber
Mar 11, 2014 - 12:33am PT
So why are you so pissed Sidmo? Just curious.. haven't read the whole thread.
sidmo

Sport climber
general delivery
Mar 11, 2014 - 01:00am PT
not really pissed, I don't care enough to care - I just think this is such a farce - we had some fun and did some things and it's no big deal and along comes some enterprising entrepreneur named licky who started out ingratiating himself to folks who were there and then began to act as judge of us all - if you gave him what he wanted for his gristmill he would curry favor, engage in private conversation and celebrate you, but if you questioned his motives, abilities and process he got real nasty real quick and played like a frat boy bullying the pencil-necked geek - I think he's a phony, and if I'm right that begs the question: so what is licky then? He brags to dopers from back in the day about how he has connections in law enforcement and still asks for data about their illegal activity - all that would be one thing if he actually produced any product, but we haven't seen even a smidgen of a sample - NPR's fresh air program today featured a writer who posted chapter one of his book online for NPR listeners to sample his fare - and licky won't do that for whatever reason BUT HE COULD PROVE HE'S FOR REAL IF HE WOULD - I'm not the only one who's called him out for a sample, but he accused me of pre-emptive plagiarism, a charge that did offend me - but I'm not really pissed, just annoyed
John M

climber
Mar 11, 2014 - 01:19am PT
whoa dude. you sound pissed and paranoid…
Braunini

Big Wall climber
cupertino
Mar 11, 2014 - 01:23am PT
Holy sh#t Sidmo

Talk about responding to outside stimuli like a [redacted]








you don't care enough to post another page long rant in response to this post



fight it
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