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What happened to Trotski?

Poll Results: Where is Trotski

 
  • 18% (7)
    The Dynastars killed him
  • 0% (0)
    Fell in love with Stratton and never left
  • 27% (10)
    Working for McCain campaign - too embarassed to admit it
  • 13% (5)
    Joined Politburo
  • 16% (6)
    FOX News Internship
  • 24% (9)
    Other
37 Total Votes  
post #1 of 30
Thread Starter 
I always think it's kinda weird when a really prolific poster just disappears. Did the Dynastars kill him?
post #2 of 30
Probably too busy doing damage control for that train wreck, Bawreck. :
post #3 of 30
I was certain that this was going to be a poll...
post #4 of 30
It certainly needs to be, in order for it to be in true Trotski fashion
post #5 of 30
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by krp8128 View Post
It certainly needs to be, in order for it to be in true Trotski fashion
done :
post #6 of 30
He did the same "Gone With The Schwinn" act last December.

from Kermitt the frog in the Muppett Movie ...
post #7 of 30
Maybe he's writing another book and actually has something wothwhile to do.
post #8 of 30
Went to "Montana" with DKN?
post #9 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by Posaune View Post
Maybe he ... actually has something wothwhile to do.
Are you implying that prolific positing on EpicSki is not "worthwhile"???
post #10 of 30
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Posaune View Post
Maybe he's writing another book and actually has something wothwhile to do.
Are you implying that his book would be "worthwhile"?
post #11 of 30
I miss Trot. Love him or not, he was one of our own for a while. He was a great friend in my time of need. I'm sure he's still skiing. Toby should be ready for first turns next season and the torch will once more be passed. Now that truly is worthwhile.
post #12 of 30
"He got an ice-pick, that made his ears burn"
post #13 of 30
I thought he and I were going to car pool to the Western NY GTG too. I feel so put out.
post #14 of 30
It would have been interesting to be a fly on the window for that trip!
post #15 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by SKI-3PO View Post
It would have been interesting to be a fly on the window for that trip!
Inside or outside?:
post #16 of 30
Either might be interesting, but inside might be especially sitcom worthy.
post #17 of 30
Had enough and moved on. Our loss. I miss his posting greatly.

McCain? Not hardly. The last tag line he had endorsed Obama
post #18 of 30
better a fly on the wall than a bug on the windshield
post #19 of 30
I miss him, too. He had Personality.
post #20 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by GarryZ View Post
Had enough and moved on. Our loss. I miss his posting greatly.

McCain? Not hardly. The last tag line he had endorsed Obama
One can spend too much time around here and get wrapped up in the hub-bub. That's probably something most of us have felt over the years. I know my Wife hates this place. She says i'm obsessed with all this crap. Since I'm not a moderator anymore, I don't spend near as much time here or get wrapped up it controversy as much. I was sick earlier in the year and didn't spend any time here. Maybe Trot is sick or even worse. Let's face it, if I had died, would any of you have known that? We who have jousted with Trot do miss his whit. Chances are, he doesn't miss ours. I do hope he's all right. Maybe someone knows his email address and can send him a message.
post #21 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by Lars View Post
One can spend too much time around here and get wrapped up in the hub-bub. That's probably something most of us have felt over the years. I know my Wife hates this place. She says i'm obsessed with all this crap. Since I'm not a moderator anymore, I don't spend near as much time here or get wrapped up it controversy as much. I was sick earlier in the year and didn't spend any time here. Maybe Trot is sick or even worse. Let's face it, if I had died, would any of you have known that? We who have jousted with Trot do miss his whit. Chances are, he doesn't miss ours. I do hope he's all right. Maybe someone knows his email address and can send him a message.
Some of us did try to find you.

Trots did drip out of here in the fall when school was back in session (he is at a Pa University). Part of what happened is that he felt that his private life was being brought into the public forum.
post #22 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by Philpug View Post
Some of us did try to find you.

Trots did drip out of here in the fall when school was back in session (he is at a Pa University). Part of what happened is that he felt that his private life was being brought into the public forum.
Well........he kinda brings his private life into the forum...........you know with the soap box and all.

Wonder what kind of soap he had in that soap box?
Another poll?
post #23 of 30
Won't sending him a PM generate an email to one of his email addresses? He's before my time, I don't recall interacting with him. But, if you knew him fairly well I'd recommed trying PM and see if he gets the email and replies.
post #24 of 30
GarryZ said it....Trotski had enough and moved on. Those of us who know why are not free to talk about it. He'll be back if he decides to come back. He is happy and well.
post #25 of 30
Threads like this remind me of the sage advice I overheard given to a couple arguing about whether it's legal to call the sale of a live person's effects an estate sale:

"Y'all need to get a life."
post #26 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by nolo View Post
Threads like this remind me of the sage advice I overheard given to a couple arguing about whether it's legal to call the sale of a live person's effects an estate sale:

"Y'all need to get a life."
Are you trying to say there is life after EpicSki? : -

Prove it!
(the trip report section is open for bidness)

post #27 of 30
Excuse #410:
I've been itching to tell that story and found a thread where it would be plausible.
post #28 of 30
nolo, you could say that on 99% of these threads.
post #29 of 30
People come, people go. Some come back and others don't.

There's so many great people here and now. The membership's value is the sum of the thoughts of many and losing a great member is a bummer but those that take part are this forum. . Those that go are certainly missed but have made this choice not to take part. Their expressions of free will should be respected and by all means keep lines of communication open to maintain the friendships earned.
post #30 of 30
Quote:
Originally Posted by Bonni View Post
I miss him, too. He had Personality.
The capital P is appropriate.
After the birth of their child his interest in spirituality seemed to grow and it was interesting seeing his perspective of the world around him change somewhat. He seemed to be reexamining his values and where his heart might take him. He is definitely a person that valued conversation and a joy to share thoughts with.

Here's to you Bill.
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