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  1. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    Way to delete posts that back up what I'm posting. Admin, you know this is how the Nazi's started. Fascists delete what they don't want to hear or see. Readers here don't understand, that over the past week, MANY posts have been deleted, edited, banned, if they don't say what the admins want. Maybe the admin need to look into the MANY successful lawsuits, by people who have posted on forums, and had their posts edited, deleted, etc. $25,000US per occurance. Remember, the server logs keep all deletions and edits. When you delete something, it's not deleted on the server, it only deletes the link to the original post. The ACLU would REALLY like these actions over the past week. So, if this is on a dedicated leased server, maybe you can delete server logs. But the Network logs of all posts are all still there.
  2. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    I have some expendable climber n00b like you carry spillover, I carry the rest. If you fall over the edge or freeze to death, I still have whats called, in very techincal term, "BACKUP".
  3. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    I'm gonna use my matches to light some snow, left my Trioxane with my other cape.
  4. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    "Has anyone heard the results of the autopsy yet?" Yes, Autopsy 0, Mountain 3. Shutout.
  5. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    MRE, fuck, I'm taking that and my M4 to do some real spray. 14.5 barrel, 1/9 right twist, chrome plated receiver and barrel, surefire 4 sided foregrip, Tac Vert grip, Surefire Tac Light, Iron Sights, Aimpoint scope, SOCOM Bipod, 6 pos stock. And yes, I pay my $200 for 3 years to have all 3 of my machine guns legally full-auto. Real Spray. Perfect for bagging stupis ass tec climbers that don't want to carry basic supplies, and then want us to look for their sorry asses. Oh, and I field dress the F!ckTards.
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    "Why do you say 6 axes? Would they normally climb that rockface with one in each hand? " W00t, maybe a hammer in one hand and a pick in the other, very rare configuration. But what do I know, I'd have also taken cold weather gear, food and supplies.
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    Heh, again, the Mil guys took one look at those photos, and 15 minutes later they were gone. Those Chinooks and C-130 are gas guzzleing Mofos, and take alot of maintenance for every hour they are in the air, there's probably 10 in repair. Again, 20 pounds = still alive.
  8. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    Not takeing supplies and basic gear for a quickie, is what these guys got. You can pack enough gear and food to survive for weeks in 20 lbs. It's sorta like diving to 300 feet without your "Spare Air", and then you drown, and everyone says, "Why didn't he have a Spare Air." And response is, "he didn't think he was going to be down long or run out of air or have a problem." Doohhh
  9. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    Steve, you better have something better than that pea-shooter to point at me. ;p Segal is the head of our Aikido Dojo, and not the sharpest tool in the shed. But man, can he do some ass kickin stuff. Problem is, he's so fast, it doesn't translate well to film. You just see a blur of movement, and the other guy is down.
  10. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    I climb, I just don't go out without my gear and supplies. If they had supplies, and it fell off the face, then I'd feel differently. When that Bird Colonel saw those cell phone pics, notice how suddenly the C-130s, Blackhawks and Chinooks "Withdrew for maintenance." Everybody in uniform was pulled immediatley. He said to himslef "I'm not keeping boots on the ground looking for these guys, they got no plan, no back-up, no supplies and no hope."
  11. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    They had no gear (ECWS system, food, stove, etc.), so was a suicide mission. One found froze to death/dehydrated/hypothermia, etc. You got a chance with food and proper gear, but to just walk up with nothing but rope, picks and some candy bars = Part of the Glacier. Well, maybe in 4,000 years when the glacier spits these guys out, future science will have a look back into the past, like that frozen guy they found in the alps. Yes, a trajedy, but they were climbing to the top of Mt. Hood in December, not hiking to 7/11. You ain't going to last long in a snow cave if your food supplies are half and orange.
  12. best of cc.com Mt. Hood events speculation

    I've had multiple accounts banned and posts erased, because of what I said early on, and what has now become true. They weren't prepared. Even a simple ECWS Gortex bivy and bag, stove and some MREs would have given them a chance. But they went up with nothing. Yeah, they wanted to do a technical climb light and fast, but this is what happens. And then the taxpayers aren't spending $3,000 an hour for nothing to keep a Blackhawk in the air. And 300 gallons of fuel an hour for those C-130s. Even 20 lbs of gear and they could have weathered thru this fine, and over last weekend, we'd be picking them up and no problems. If you're going to go up a place like Hood, in December, and not even take a ECWS bag, a MSR stove and fuel , and food and MRE's, this is what happens. All the gear you guys made fun of me saying I carry, I would have been fine for 2 weeks in a snow cave (And been loving it.) Weather breaks, I hear that Chinook overhead, and I signal with my mirror. Not frozen to death with a orange for food.