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Mar 10, 2013
(Threatens Ivan Greene with bodily harm... in next thread asks which glued and chipped crag is better for summer roadtrip) chuffnugget
From Bolder, CO
Joined Sep 14, 2011
22 points
Mar 10, 2013
Jose Cuervo Fruitcups dirtbag style
engineer1984 wrote:
Not for long : ) We travel a lot to climb


( imagine your carbon footprint! )

( Edit: PTFTW! )
doligo
Joined Sep 26, 2008
408 points
Mar 10, 2013
belay slaving on some route I forgot the name of w...
This thread is wayhomo. Kirk B.
From Boise, ID
Joined Feb 13, 2013
69 points
Mar 10, 2013
DUDE! Your ankles....
(asks internet to validate uselessness of largest three stoppers citing definition of "standard rack") user id
Joined Mar 19, 2009
120 points
Administrator
Mar 10, 2013
. . .
(replies to every post in an attempt to appear all knowing) grk10vq
Joined Mar 29, 2006
5,237 points
Mar 11, 2013
Valor Over Discretion (5.8), RRG
(mildly piqued interest in the fact that, after 17 pages, that we have not covered all the ubiquitous recurring topics in climbing)

(impressed with self for using two smart-sounding words in one sentence)
Brian Hudson
From Lenoir, NC
Joined Dec 10, 2010
112 points
Mar 11, 2013
Got Milk? How about forearm pump? Tony leads "...
engineer1984 wrote:
Is that a slug on a turd??

To be precise, that is a slug EATING a turd, and the metaphor applies...
Tony B
From Around Boulder, CO
Joined Jan 1, 2001
23,510 points
Mar 11, 2013
KC on Fields (medium).  Photo (c) Doug Shepherd
(alpine ethics - *anything* about alpine ethics) Kevin Craig
Joined Mar 20, 2002
448 points
Mar 11, 2013
St George
(Western climbers can and do out climb most Eastern climbers. So be offended, east coast climbers) Skat B
From Down Rodeo
Joined Jan 9, 2012
634 points
Mar 11, 2013
Skat B wrote:
(Western climbers can and do out climb most Eastern climbers. So be offended, east coast climbers)


(Unlikely, as I have climbed every single route in the country, and can speak with assurance when I say that a 5.4 at The Gunks/Cathedral/Canon/Random Obscure 40' Tall Crag is harder than a 5.17 in Eldo/Jtree/IC. In fact Chris Sharma probably couldn't even redpoint the routes I warm up on. Because everyone knows sport climbing isn't.)
Nick K
From Somerville, MA
Joined Jul 27, 2011
32 points
Administrator
Mar 11, 2013
Me and the offspring walking back to the car after...
(doesn't actually disagree, but states an opposing viewpoint for the sake of arguing and stirring the pot) Jake Jones
From Richmond, VA
Joined Jul 30, 2011
1,005 points
Mar 11, 2013
(5.17 is the same as 5.9+) Superclimber
Joined Mar 7, 2009
1,481 points
Administrator
Mar 11, 2013
A Very Not Snowy Christmas...
(Wonders whether paper truly does, beat rock?) Morgan Patterson
Joined Oct 13, 2009
8,419 points
Mar 11, 2013
old rag summit
(Spray about how hard I climb after short period of time disguised as a question about if I am going to hurt myself. Included for your reference are the number of pullups I can do.) Crossing
From Breinigsville, PA
Joined Apr 5, 2010
870 points
Mar 11, 2013
I eat crack for breakfast.
(thumps chest and roars) Alex Washburne
Joined Apr 29, 2010
74 points
Mar 11, 2013
(should have spent a life other than climbing, but instead listened to momma who said women and fooseball were the devil) Buff Johnson
Joined Dec 19, 2005
1,494 points
Mar 11, 2013
(Hey there's cheap, free, low priced, sale at www.www.interwebz) CraigS.
Joined Apr 30, 2012
18 points
Mar 11, 2013
Flakes of Wrath
(self righteously insults most recent "fail" video, "why didn't he do this, this guy should not be climbing." Followed by a several posters attempting to explain the situation, one poster "going taco" because poster is a young age, thread quickly spirals into back and forth insults with little bearing on original topic) Paul-B
Joined Mar 26, 2011
115 points
Mar 11, 2013
Jose Cuervo Fruitcups dirtbag style
Chris Miller wrote:
Sorry for hijacking this most exciting thread, but I was just wondering if anyone has heard from Ellanor?


Her SO just outed himself in this thread. Perhaps you could ask him directly...
doligo
Joined Sep 26, 2008
408 points
He has outed himself before. No new news.
Mar 12, 2013
Imaginate
doligo wrote:
Her SO just outed himself in this thread. Perhaps you could ask him directly...


(is her boyfriend. Which is common MP stalker knowledge if you have lurked long enough. Continues to insult those who don't know the legend of elanor.)
David Appelhans
From Medford, MA
Joined Nov 11, 2007
350 points
Mar 12, 2013
Imaginate
Paul-B wrote:
(self righteously insults most recent "fail" video, "why didn't he do this, this guy should not be climbing." Followed by a several posters attempting to explain the situation, one poster "going taco" because poster is a young age, thread quickly spirals into back and forth insults with little bearing on original topic)


(About to post, realizes already posted... posts anyway)
David Appelhans
From Medford, MA
Joined Nov 11, 2007
350 points
Mar 12, 2013
belay slaving on some route I forgot the name of w...
Homo beyond words, even.
Don't be dumbasses, People. Is That so hard?
Duh.
Kirk B.
From Boise, ID
Joined Feb 13, 2013
69 points
Mar 12, 2013
OTL
?(shameless plug of gear F/S thread)? Matt N
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Oct 20, 2010
368 points
Mar 12, 2013
OTL
Matt N wrote:
?(shameless plug of gear F/S thread)?


(beating it into your head with useless information like: new c3s and racking biners - OZ hoodwires baby! - creating an excuse to bump)
Matt N
From Santa Barbara, CA
Joined Oct 20, 2010
368 points


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