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John Dobbe on The Ejaculator.
The Ejaculator problem is a classic. SDS with good holds and work your way up the breaks in rock. Steep powerful moves from under the boulder lead to slapping your way out to the corner. A must do for the DL boulderer
Left most problem on the boulder.
Pads and spotters.
Remo climbing right corner; Dec.2002
RV looking strong.
|Comments on The Ejaculator
Apr 16, 2008
left, right, and left of right corner developed by E. Barnard & P Jones 2000. Named with Gill names such as dominator, etc in mind. Scene of much debachery and hopefully less ejaculation!
|By Jim Maierhofer|
From: Eldorado Springs,Co
Sep 6, 2008
The fa on this was Andrew Mcdonald from chicago
|By Terry Kieck|
Sep 19, 2008
When did Andrew send the problem? I remember being up there on a few occasions with the old DL crew in 2000 or 2001 when all the main problems were sent but I don't think anything was recorded of who did what besides pussy whipped and Jim's problem (the 2 hardest problems). The ? behind FA in the problems title just means its been sent but not sure who was first. If he did it around 2000 he might very well have the FA.
Feb 27, 2009
Pretty sure paul and I did all the lines except for the center(jims problem) before we even took people up there. Standard DL style usually warants the people who find the chunk of stone to do as many problems before telling their friends. At least thats what I learned from climbing with EZ, that sneaky bastard!
Jun 20, 2009
Actually, I was thinking about this the other day. I told Jim about the ejaculator in 2004, this problem was sent in 2002. There's no way Andrew sent this as the FA, I have pics of at least 3 people sending it in 2003 on the summer soltice crank du jour.
|By Trad Nanny|
Jun 20, 2009
Mark the FA "Midwest Hardcore" that works for everybody!
From: Madison, WI
Jun 23, 2009
Yeah Eric, You would know for sure since you guys found this boulder.
|By Brian Runnells|
Nov 12, 2010
Cool boulder. Not sure what I did but I trended left sooner than what's in the pictures using the big triangular sidepull and then slapping up the crack and around the corner. Fun stuff either way