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By Greg Speer
From Fort Collins, CO
May 14, 2010
I wonder why they named this route after an enema syringe of all things..?

This is the most piss-ant ridiculous thread I have seen on MP. Every single one of you was a noob at some point and if the rest of the climbing world had not extended a little sympathy, understanding and education in your direction you'd still be sucking the big hind tit. Please find something else worthwhile to rant about that doesn't bore the majority of us to tears. Thank you.


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By Stae Strong
From Arizona
May 14, 2010

Well, there you go. P LaDouche has proven the point. He has climbed for 20+ years, and he was never a n00b. Thank god (perhaps, god should be capitalized - since he is a f@#$'in Saint). I, on the otherhand, can't be quite so sanctimonious - I was a nOOb once. I joined this site BECAUSE it wasn't like MP.com. What is your problem, P LaDouche. You are a douche.


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By Lee Smith
May 14, 2010
You can love your rope but you can't "LOVE" your rope! <br />(Back by Popular Demand.  There you are Mom) <br /> <br />

P LaDouche wrote:
Sorry friends, this thread was no troll and yes, make fun of my name all you want, I've heard it all for 40+ years so at least try and be original OK? Anyways there is one point I failed to make in last nights rampage and that is we have this RULE#1 thing that most of us abide by, how about rule#2-if you havent searched the site before making a new thread asking a stupid ass question then you are up for getting heckled off the site? I belong to a professional ONLY forum that is work related and the rules are clearly stated that only professionals post in that forum. Let me tell you it works. Anyone can read it and learn but posting just any ole n00b question is strictly prohibited. Mtn Project has a beginner section so lets encourage people to use it. And as far as my n00b years there was no freakin internet to wank around on, people would actually work at work and climb to learn how to climb. Freedom of the Hills was the only read out there. Anyways, cheers folks, the weekend is here!

I apologize for not realizing you're using your real name Mr. La Douche. It surely explains a lot about your anti-social behavior and why you are such a jerk. Perhaps it also explains your elitist mentality and may excuse your incepient anti-social ranting.

With some study and the judicious use of intelligent vocabulary, you may become a good troll yet. Keep working at it and you will seem less like the silly little twit that you really are.


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By Tim Hudgel
May 14, 2010

I think the phenomenon lies squarely with all the new gym’s that were built under the evil Bush administration. Furthermore, I’ve heard Halliburton was involved in the design of the modern day crash-pad.


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By Shawn Mitchell
From Broomfield
May 14, 2010
Splitter Jams on the Israel/Palestine Security Wall.

I'm crying and my abs are killing me. This thread was better than 200 crunches!


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By Austin Baird
From SLC, Utah
May 14, 2010
Me scaring years off my mom's life

P LaDouche wrote:
And to the kid in Provo, give us all a break please. Being an internet jerkoff may seem funny to you but really most people are laughing at you, not with you. You live in Provo for Gods sake. Now stop scaring your mommy with those crazy daredevil stunts you are pulling in your profile pic Austin.



That was a quote from the last thread I saw you on. Do you just need a hug? Just say the word and I'll show up at your door with a mug of warm cocoa, a hug, and a "Best Friends" sticker for your dream journal. I've only really been climbing for 2 years though, so you may not want to associate with a n00b like me.

xoxo,
Austin


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By Tim Hudgel
May 14, 2010

Also from sources that do not wish to be identified “We’re gonna make a killin selling these drills” - Dick Cheney


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By ZachS00
From Denver, CO
May 15, 2010
Ruckus, Rifle

so, no response to my initial query. don't worry, i've modified it. which four star climbs in boulder canyon do you recommend i practice dry tooling on?


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By P LaDouche
From CO
May 15, 2010

Dudemanguybro wrote:
I blame it on Boulder. Too many yak-dicks that have a lot to say about nothing.


I can agree on this point. Anyone remember the dynamic duo of Ken and Bobby?

And to say I have an elitist mentality, well folks, I guess your reading comprehension skills need a little brushing up. Try really reading the message. Sure, I'm a little hard on the cultists and I apologized but I'm certainly much less of a dick than the people who post nonsense on local ethic threads(see Austins first comment here) www.mountainproject.com/v/eastern_states/ctny_bolting_ethics>>> from the other side of the country for example. Look at the general forum for example, how many of those posts could be in the (a)regional forums? Maybe even this thread belongs down in the basement www.mountainproject.com/v/discuss_mountainprojectcom/1039894>>>

I've always been psyched on this site, Michael and Andy have a great thing going here overall, the database is clear& concise& getting better everyday , its mainly the forums that need some help. Maybe its just me that needs the help. The last year has been a steady decline if not just boring in my eyes.

Here is a suggestion, a special forum on the site where anything goes, the anti guideline #1 forum, it might liven things up a bit.

Now what am I going to use as padding under my woody? Can anyone help me?


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By Buff Johnson
May 15, 2010
smiley face

Unfortunately, boulder is the center of this type of activity for CO.

Dvr is more peak bagger hiking focused; similar with the Pac NW. The San Juans'ters are busy floating around being decent sized fish in a small pond.

Though I bet 90% of people that live in this state don't even know that you can actually be in the mtns without a road.

UT needs to step it up -- remember the supposed "war hero" triple zero dumbass; actually fairly lively discussions for a total fuckwad.

WY -- is that even a state any more?
CA is supertaco, and we're not worthy.

NV & AZ -- these folks are actually really good for content.

One top-rope climbing brainfart in boulder and 13000 forum views pop out from no where. As if there's some fairy tale mystic in screwing the pooch. Reality escapes the place for some reason, if it weren't for a solid rescue group, it'd be like a massive anthill that just got kicked by little tommy on his way to school.

Bob D & KC have some great look in the mirror stuff, as well as Philo, Super-Glime (hows he & family doing, btw?), jeeze many others. We all could to sit for hours and could never write the same thing twice.


There are a few of the anti-boulder; humbly, my forum zingers are still pretty good, though I've been more tame.


Bob D had a good one in parting -- the Proj can be just a pain in the ass somedays.


I sure do like the pics & content though, if anyone can pay attention, there's some really good stuff here.


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By Adam Stackhouse
Administrator
May 15, 2010
Courtright Reservoir, September 2013

web.archive.org/web/20030619032429/www.climbingjtree.com/

Where I got interested in "Mountain Project."


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By Ricardo Cabeza
May 15, 2010

Hey all, I'm an occasional lurker here and I've always thought that MP is kind of lame.






However, this thread has rekindled my interest.





Oh, by the way, if you guys climb instead of type,













YER



















GONNA























DIE!!!!!!!!!!!!












(sorry, I couldn't resist. Stolen from ST vernacular)


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By Brandy Persson
From Vail, CO
May 15, 2010

Austin Baird wrote:
That was a quote from the last thread I saw you on. Do you just need a hug? Just say the word and I'll show up at your door with a mug of warm cocoa, a hug, and a "Best Friends" sticker for your dream journal. I've only really been climbing for 2 years though, so you may not want to associate with a n00b like me. xoxo, Austin


He doesn't need a hug, he needs to set his junk on some broken glass and beat it with a hammer.


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By John J. Glime
From Salt Lake City, UT
May 15, 2010
...

Mark Nelson wrote:
a Bob D & KC have some great look in the mirror stuff, as well as Philo, Super-Glime (hows he & family doing, btw?), jeeze many others. We all could to sit for hours and could never write the same thing twice.


Damn Mark, you are bringing a tear to my eye...

On the family front, my daughter is amazing! Thanks for asking. I am not climbing enough, but it is worth it. Soon I can start taking her on 'adventures.'

By the way, I still think about your brother, and hope he is doing as well as can be hoped for...

FWIW Mark has some of the best all time posts that I have ever seen on any forum. He used to interject the most inane, random stories into the middle of a thread, but those stories had rhythm and made you want to know more... you should have your own monthly column in R & I.

Don't forget Tea either...

Anyway, I am mainly a lurker. Damn Lurkers Suck!


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By Nate Brown
From Wilson, Wy
May 15, 2010
mug shot

OP, I am mostly a lurker as well. Read through this thread. Rather entertainting overall. I liked it when the irritated Jack Mormon threatened to "break you shit stained fingers". That was way funny.

"I used to REALLY like this site as someone who has climbed for 20+ years, now it seems to be just like RC.com "

Kind of a confusing statement. You liked this site as someone who has climbed for...??? Does that mean that you like the site as much as you like some person who is a 20+ veteran of the greatest waste of time ever?

Wyoming is not a state anymore. No one lives here. The climbing sucks. The rock is so much better in Eldo than anywhere else, and Boulder is such a sweet town. Legal Pot man. Katie bar the door.


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By Joe Huggins
From Grand Junction
May 15, 2010
mmmm....tree

Tim Hudgel wrote:
Also from sources that do not wish to be identified “We’re gonna make a killin selling these drills” - Dick Cheney

Who are you and what have you done with the Hudge?....


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By John Hegyes
From Las Vegas, NV
May 15, 2010
South of Windy Peak

I believe I know the precise moment when the MP forums began their slow slide downhill. This was back when that first person felt that if they created a forum post saying nothing but "+1" people would think they have contributed something witty and insightful.

MP has always been about the route database for me. This part of MP blows all other climbing sites out of the water.

The quality of the forums ebbs and flows. It depends on the quality of people posting at any given time, I guess.


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By TylerW
From Flagstaff, AZ
May 15, 2010

Mtn Project has a forums section? I want my 5 minutes back.


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By Garrett Soper
From Duluth, Minnesota
May 15, 2010
Leading at DL

John Hegyes wrote:
I believe I know the precise moment when the MP forums began their slow slide downhill. This was back when that first person felt that if they created a forum post saying nothing but "+1" people would think they have contributed something witty and insightful. MP has always been about the route database for me. This part of MP blows all other climbing sites out of the water. The quality of the forums ebbs and flows. It depends on the quality of people posting at any given time, I guess.


+1


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By P LaDouche
From CO
May 16, 2010

Brandy Persson wrote:
He doesn't need a hug, he needs to set his junk on some broken glass and beat it with a hammer.


Can you come over and help me lift it up first Brandy? I'd say Austin could come along too but I believe today he is taken.


Now can anyone tell me the difference between the c-4s and TCUs?


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By Umph!
May 16, 2010

This is great stuff.
I had become way too serious in the last month or two, focusing on chossy piles of rock and the best ways to make it thru these economical and environmental catastrophes.
But now, I can laugh again. I can laugh! I am free to laugh!!

May LaDouche continue to provoke and ramble and cleanse us all with his bladder of fine spirits.

(c-4's are made in China and TCU's are made in America)


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By Umph!
May 16, 2010

Ah, lunch breaks. . . .

Nothing keeps a fun post going better than complainers who complain about complainers complaining.

I had an MRE for lunch: Chicken And Noodles With Vegetables In Sauce.
$2.49 at JAX. Only 270 calories(?!), 9g fat, 19g carb and 27g protein. A little bit of MSG added at the end of the ingredients list, so my BPM will increase a little, but I'll be working hard anyway and won't notice.

Omega cams are also made in America.
(I have a strange feeling that this post will slay this thread, and I hope I'm wrong because I have more lunch breaks coming to me this week)


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By P LaDouche
From CO
May 16, 2010

Umph! wrote:
c-4's are made in China and TCU's are made in America. Omega cams are also made in America.


Why do you hate Asian people so much?

Truth be told, I was really into the whole Killis/Misty battle this winter. I was hoping to see more of that one, instead all I got was redirected to some blog with super lame music and one butt ass ugly self promoting chick that belonged in a dark corner in some skanky casino on Freemont Street. I do still wonder what Killis did to piss her off so bad, I doubt we heard the whole story.



So can anyone tell me the best shoe to buy?


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By JML
May 16, 2010

England wrote:
LaDouche.... Seems fitting!

LOL!


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By JML
May 16, 2010

Andrew Haag wrote:
Blah,blah,blah,blah. Complainers are lame. complain about everything never do anything posative and blame the world for all there problems. Its not MP thats on the decline, its the fucking complainers. I would rather see post from noobs then complaints from people with 20+ years experience of complaining.


I agree...Douche was probably banned from rc.com...LOL!


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