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Jun 16, 2014
Craig! The mad crapper of the second pullout! Aforementioned 3 dumper on the knoll! G Halsne
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Jun 16, 2014
Leading a 10 at Chocolate Factory
Stay away from Craig. He's full of shit. Short Beta
From Troy, MI
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Jun 16, 2014
F those guys...

Oddly enough my first crag shit encounter was near the base of Illusion Dweller at J-tree right behind a big flat picnic table boulder. (Discovered when looking for dropped headlight batteries.) YUCK!!

Not an attack at the OP, just made me chuckle..
Simon W
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Jun 19, 2014
Summit Register It wasn't me BTW..
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It wasn't me BTW..
seamus mcshane
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Jun 20, 2014
The top of the tufa on Magma
I think I've mentioned this on this forum before, but here it goes.

Years ago when I lived in Vegas, a buddy of mine and I were climbing after work at Moderate Mecca. We warmed up on a climb then went to climb Scallywag and were appalled to see a dude dropping a world record deuce directly at the bottom of the climb. He and his partner were climbing the line around the corner to the left. We did our climb and as we were getting ready to leave my buddy, noticing that the offending climber was in the middle of the pitch carefully picked up the offensive pile and dropped it unwrapped into the dudes pack while letting him know he shouldn't shit at the bottom of popular climbs or anywhere near the crags. He and his partner were loudly protesting from the top / middle of the climb respectively. While I'd like to say we were all tough and strutted out of there, we turned and boogied straight to and out of the parking lot.
Patrick Mulligan
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Jun 20, 2014
Patrick Mulligan wrote:
We did our climb and as we were getting ready to leave my buddy, noticing that the offending climber was in the middle of the pitch carefully picked up the offensive pile and dropped it unwrapped into the dudes pack while letting him know he shouldn't shit at the bottom of popular climbs or anywhere near the crags. He and his partner were loudly protesting from the top / middle of the climb respectively. While I'd like to say we were all tough and strutted out of there, we turned and boogied straight to and out of the parking lot.


You guys win!
Simon W
Joined May 18, 2013
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Jun 22, 2014
Patrick Mulligan wrote:
I think I've mentioned this on this forum before, but here it goes. Years ago when I lived in Vegas, a buddy of mine and I were climbing after work at Moderate Mecca. We warmed up on a climb then went to climb Scallywag and were appalled to see a dude dropping a world record deuce directly at the bottom of the climb. He and his partner were climbing the line around the corner to the left. We did our climb and as we were getting ready to leave my buddy, noticing that the offending climber was in the middle of the pitch carefully picked up the offensive pile and dropped it unwrapped into the dudes pack while letting him know he shouldn't shit at the bottom of popular climbs or anywhere near the crags. He and his partner were loudly protesting from the top / middle of the climb respectively. While I'd like to say we were all tough and strutted out of there, we turned and boogied straight to and out of the parking lot.


Pics or it didn't happen.
JasonP
From Clemson, SC
Joined Oct 2, 2013
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Jun 23, 2014
The top of the tufa on Magma
Transfer method was two rocks (one rather large)... Patrick Mulligan
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Jun 24, 2014
Zappatista wrote:
All right, I'll buy it. In high school a friend of mine shit in his hand while walking down the street and threw it at a moving car, acted like it was no big deal. I wouldn't have believed that story if I hadn't seen it with my on eyes, either. That guy's a pediatrician now, btw. Feel safer?



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G Halsne
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Jun 24, 2014
The top of the tufa on Magma
Funny enough, my partner left Vegas to attend medical school (Radiology) Patrick Mulligan
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