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Feb 14, 2013
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I remember seeing a video of Dave Graham talking, going off on some wild tangents, talking about god knows what. He was in front of an RV or trailer, maybe a small cabin.

It was super entertaining but I can't find it anywhere. Anyone have a link to this video?
Jon H
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KJP
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REtro
Awesome video. I love how he says he is weak compared to other climbers and then makes a pretty convincing argument for it. Then you realize hes Dave F*ckin Graham R. Moran
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Feb 14, 2013
Whoa, what that guy needs is some performance enhancing adderall. Superclimber
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Hell yeah, that's it. Thanks! Jon H
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Feb 15, 2013
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HAHAHAHA MAINERS!! This is the perfect video for a Friday! Morgan Patterson
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So awesome! And the "boxes" thing actually is a really interesting way of envisioning sequence. Rajiv Ayyangar
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mexico
I made it to 00:48. 30 min of narcissistic rambling? Watching the whole thing is an exercise in masochism. Patrick Vernon
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pat vernon wrote:
I made it to 00:48. 30 min of narcissistic rambling? Watching the whole thing is an exercise in masochism.


You have a lot to learn, young padawan.
Rajiv Ayyangar
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Rajiv - Nice shots from Shagg dude! When I went to Bates we used to hit that shit a ton! U ever get into the bouldering there? Morgan Patterson
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You stay away from mah pig!
R. Moran wrote:
Awesome video. I love how he says he is weak compared to other climbers and then makes a pretty convincing argument for it. Then you realize hes Dave F*ckin Graham


Totally.

The guy who runs our bouldering co-op started it out with a basement climbing wall in his home. On one occasion, Chris Sharma somehow wound up crashing at his place and bouldering on his wall. Upon seeing the steep angles and rad holds, Chris said, "Whoa! If I had this place in my home, I could get really strong!"
camhead
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Feb 15, 2013
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CaptainMo wrote:
Rajiv - Nice shots from Shagg dude! When I went to Bates we used to hit that shit a ton! U ever get into the bouldering there?


Thanks! - a friend of mine, Dominic, took them. I haven't bouldered yet, but I've heard there's some sick hard stuff. And perhaps poison ivy?
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Rajiv Ayyangar wrote:
Thanks! - a friend of mine, Dominic, took them. I haven't bouldered yet, but I've heard there's some sick hard stuff. And perhaps poison ivy?


Don't remember there being much ivy. The bouldering is just as good as the routes IMO. There are even routes on some of the boulders. Totally worth wandering around. Kinder put up a sick like V9 arete, it looks like a knife blade, among many other HQ problems. Also before you head up the trail along the slabs, if you traverse right around the slabs at the base you'll find, The Raging Bull. A super stellar sit start that climbs out a stellar roof to big throw at the lip.

edit: sorry to hijack
Morgan Patterson
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the man was smart
pat vernon wrote:
I made it to 00:48. 30 min of narcissistic rambling? Watching the whole thing is an exercise in masochism.


I ramble like that after a few rippers, not that anyone wants to see my philosophy video which is in the works some day
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TRmasta wrote:
I ramble like that after a few rippers, not that anyone wants to see my philosophy video which is in the works some day



I'll watch that shit. I find other people's detailed perspectives and ramblings really entertaining as long is it's semi-coherent, which Dave's is in my opinion.
Jake Jones
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Feb 15, 2013
pat vernon wrote:
I made it to 00:48. 30 min of narcissistic rambling? Watching the whole thing is an exercise in masochism.

I'd listen to this 5 times back to back before sitting through one of Sharma's dazed mumbling about the future generation...
Boissal
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Feb 15, 2013
mexico
Boissal wrote:
I'd listen to this 5 times back to back before sitting through one of Sharma's dazed mumbling about the future generation...


No real difference to me, both would be equally boring. TRMasta on the other hand...
Patrick Vernon
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Feb 18, 2013
At the matching crux
Boissal wrote:
I'd listen to this 5 times back to back before sitting through one of Sharma's dazed mumbling about the future generation...


Posts like this are the only reason I'd tolerate a "Like" button on MP.
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