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UER Mobile > In Memoriam > Ninjalicious: 1973 - Aug 23, 2005 (5 years ago today) (Viewed 44128 times)

post by alwaysDifferent   |  | 
Re: Ninjalicious: 1973 - Aug 23, 2005 (5 years ago today)
<Reply # 40 on 9/9/2010 9:55 PM >

I just got done reading access all areas; a buddy of mine let me borrow it. We're both new to the hobby, and now that i've read it, i think about exploring constantly; what my first "real" expedition is going to be like, all the cool people i'm gonna meet... Thanks Jeff! You've been a big part in preparing me for a rarely seen world that i'm about to dive into. From you're book I can gather that you're pretty smart, and that you've got a distinct sense of humor that's covertly hilarious. You will most definitely be missed. We all know you're exploring, evading, and infiltrating if there's an afterlife that allows it. RIP buddy.


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post by ElExplorador   |  | 
Re: Ninjalicious: 1973 - Aug 23, 2005 (5 years ago today)
<Reply # 41 on 9/23/2010 1:32 PM >

Glad for the impact he had, in bringing more people in generally and myself in particular. Finding Infiltration, his writings fascinated me and woke me up to unconscious decisions I made almost daily, and snapped me out of a drone rut.
He's left an amazing legacy.


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post by enirus   |  | 
Re: Ninjalicious: 1973 - Aug 23, 2005 (5 years ago today)
<Reply # 42 on 3/22/2015 11:30 PM >

I've heard a couple comments about how people met him in buildings by chance while he was still alive. I'm also currently reading Access All Areas and I love his writing style. It's a shame he's still not alive.


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post by RuinsOfOurPast   |  | 
Re: Ninjalicious: 1973 - Aug 23, 2005 (5 years ago today)
<Reply # 43 on 9/27/2022 1:13 AM >

I read Access All Areas last year and it was instrumental in getting my into this hobby.

It sounds like Jeff was a wonderful and brilliant individual and that is certainly the impression I got from reading his book.
I hope that those he left behind are doing well.

May he rest in peace.


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