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dr_feelgood


Aug 14, 2008, 9:57 AM
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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.


dr_feelgood


Aug 14, 2008, 9:58 AM
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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.


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Aug 14, 2008, 10:00 AM
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dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.


dr_feelgood


Aug 14, 2008, 10:06 AM
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epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.


the_climber


Aug 14, 2008, 10:11 AM
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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.

revolution fail?


stymingersfink


Aug 14, 2008, 10:19 AM
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chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?
what? You hearin' shit now chossy? Better schedule yourself a checkup. They have those ear-kinda doctors in that socialized medical system you got up there?


stymingersfink


Aug 14, 2008, 10:20 AM
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the_climber wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.

revolution fail?
viva la FAIL!


Arrogant_Bastard


Aug 14, 2008, 11:33 AM
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stymingersfink wrote:
the_climber wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.

revolution fail?
viva la FAIL!

Hmmm, that might be something worth fighting for.


sungam


Aug 14, 2008, 3:10 PM
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
the_climber wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.

revolution fail?
viva la FAIL!

Hmmm, that might be something worth fighting for.
Although the UK already has anti-failure defense walls built...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B9Sp4fEzl-M


Arrogant_Bastard


Aug 14, 2008, 3:55 PM
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sungam wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
the_climber wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.

revolution fail?
viva la FAIL!

Hmmm, that might be something worth fighting for.
Although the UK already has anti-failure defense walls built...

UK Anti-failure defense walls? Too bad they didn't have those back when they were trying to hold on to America.


chossmonkey


Aug 14, 2008, 3:57 PM
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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
epoch wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!


chossmonkey


Aug 14, 2008, 3:58 PM
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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.
I've been under a lot of stress lately.


chossmonkey


Aug 14, 2008, 3:59 PM
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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.
Its not.


But it really hasn't gained any momentum either.


chossmonkey


Aug 14, 2008, 4:02 PM
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
sungam wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
the_climber wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Counterfeit what?
Did anyone else just hear that?

I did...

I heard chossy talk to the donniez.
Fuck dude, if you are going to embargo something, at least have some ethics about doing it. Like only breaking the embargo whilst severely intoxicated.

Damnit! An incidental pageturn!
Why could someone who carez not get that. I feel so dirty and used.

...because there's a revolution to uphold.

And here I thought la revoluciona! was over with.

revolution fail?
viva la FAIL!

Hmmm, that might be something worth fighting for.
Although the UK already has anti-failure defense walls built...

UK Anti-failure defense walls? Too bad they didn't have those back when they were trying to hold on to America.
It wouldn't have mattered.

They would have eventually pushed America away. If Canada had it their way they would still be part of Britain. They were kicked to the curb.


chossmonkey


Aug 14, 2008, 4:06 PM
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In other news:


I finally got my truck all imported and registered in Onterrible. What a fucking pain in the ass that was!

I wasn't to sure I would get it done before this weekend. I'm supposed to be leaving bright and early Monday morning for MN and it had to be done before I will be getting back.

I should have drove it off a cliff years ago.


the_climber


Aug 14, 2008, 4:16 PM
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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
epoch wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.


chossmonkey


Aug 14, 2008, 4:22 PM
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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
epoch wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.
Bring a gas powered drill.


the_climber


Aug 14, 2008, 4:34 PM
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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
epoch wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.
Bring a gas powered drill.

But I'm not going to Patagonia.


sungam


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chossmonkey wrote:
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I finally got my truck all imported and registered in Onterrible. What a fucking pain in the ass that was!

I wasn't to sure I would get it done before this weekend. I'm supposed to be leaving bright and early Monday morning for MN and it had to be done before I will be getting back.

I should have drove it off a cliff years ago.
You sound stressed, alright.
Here's a cheering image... I'm sitting in an office with a fucking tea-towel on my head and a fan blowing full blast on me; just to try and keep the hordes of fricken midges off me.
You should here the UV-light bug killer thing, sounds like a Geiger-Muller tube.


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I'm out of beer!!!


Now I need to walk all the way to the fridge.


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chossmonkey wrote:
I'm out of beer!!!


Now I need to walk all the way to the fridge.

That reminds me I need to pick up beer on the way home. MMmmmmm Beer.

I think I'll leave the office now.... and gets e some beerz!


chossmonkey


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hmmm...


chossmonkey


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chossmonkey wrote:
hmmm...
It dropped me on the first page again.


chossmonkey


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Mmmmmmm...



Beeeeeer..........


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
epoch wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
artm wrote:
the_climber wrote:
Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.
Bring a gas powered drill.

But I'm not going to Patagonia.
he said gas powered drill, not te_h air kompressor.


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Mmmmmmm...



Beeeeeer..........
+2 !!!!!!!Smile


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I'm out of beer!!!


Now I need to walk all the way to the fridge.

Shitty dude. Shitty.


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Mmmmmmm...



Beeeeeer..........
+2 !!!!!!!Smile
+1. Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.


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My harness is a Misty Mountain Cadilac.
I like it.

You sport climb in that thing?

I seem to recall him doing that yesterday.
Yesterday as in July 19th, or yesterday as in two months ago when that post was made?

Never mind, it will be another two months before you see this.Tongue

less than a month!


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I think my dog is in congestive heart failure. The shitty thing about knowing about these things is that I doubt she will/should live through the winter. I've had several dogs been given away, and one was hit by a car, yet I don't know how I will deal with one dying from being too old.
Anyone who suspected that the above posting was made while sober is a buttclucking idiot.


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175 feet of splitter, one of the best pitches so far.

Nice pics. Though that one isn't looking very splitter.

*camhed shitz pantz in rage*

gud picz.


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I think my dog is in congestive heart failure. The shitty thing about knowing about these things is that I doubt she will/should live through the winter. I've had several dogs been given away, and one was hit by a car, yet I don't know how I will deal with one dying from being too old.
Anyone who suspected that the above posting was made while sober is a buttclucking idiot.
sorry to hear that Doc, I went through the same thing recently...

in the winter of '95-'96, a maybe 6 month old shepherd mix of the smaller variety was following a neighbor, Eddie, as he walked down the street towards home.

My GF at the time, who would become my wife, piped up "You got a new dog Eddie? It's cute!"

"Na," came the reply, "it followed me down here from the Chevron on the corner."

"Well, it must be lost. If you want, you can leave it here, I'll try to find its owner." Erin said. She had a soft spot for animals, as well as an Aunt active in the local ASPCA, and if anyone would find its owner, she would. Eddie left the puppy there with her, relieved to be free of it.


Well,at this time I was out riding freight trains for fun, and didn't return home for another ten days. In that time, the puppy and Erin's year-old Beagle/Lab mix (T.C.... short for T.H.C.Smile) became playmates, while Erin just seemed to not have time to search for the pup's owner.



Hopping from the freight as it entered the train yard, I was dirty and grimy as could be. The dust from the train brakes tend to coat everything you'll touch on a train, and I'd not had a shower since leaving my folks place in Oregon four days earlier. I thought of nothing more than a shower and Erin as I hiked the 1/4 mile from the freight yard to our little rental, knowing that taking the one was the only thing standing in the way of having the other.

Well, as luck would have it, approaching the house I caught sight of Erin before she saw me. There she was on the front porch, watering her little container garden in the late afternoon sun. Trying to sneak up on her, I kept quiet, hoping the smell wouldn't clue her in to my presence, but damned if T.C. didn't spot me.

He came running over to welcome me home, doing his best to show me how much he'd missed me while I'd been out adventuring. There, trailing behind him that little shepherd mix puppy, and catching a sense of what was going on she tried to welcome me home too.

After my shower and the welcome home I'd really looked forward to, Erin related the story of how it had come about there was yet another animal in the house... assuring me repeatedly how temporary it was going to be, its been no bother, they play really well together she gets along with the kitties, and how she'll put signs up tomorrow. Upon finishing her story, I took one look at the little shepherd and said "Sasha, come here girl."

Well, she did, and subsequently spent the next twelve years answering to that name; the first dog of my own.



When she was four we moved to Salt Lake from San Luis Obispo. It wasn't long before she contracted Pannus, which is an ocular degenerative disease common in shepherd breeds that live at higher elevation. It causes the cornea to cloud over, leading to blindness if not held at bay. The vet sold us some eye-drops to put in her eyes twice a day, which though not religious about applying, it was often enough to keep her eyes from turning a milky white.

At six, we began to notice lumps under her skin when we petted her. After a biopsy, the vet informed us they were multiple lipomas... simply fatty deposits, no real danger to her health, just keep an eye on them if they get unusually large. She took a new name, as I now began to call her Lumpy. She didn't care, she knew I loved her just as I had before. In the ensuing years she developed a slight limp during bad weather, though not the debilitating arthritis so common in shepherds.

It's a funny thing when I think about it really. The more we love something, the more names it has.

^^think about that next time you go about naming the donnys


Well, three years ago when the wife and I split up, I sent Lumpy with her, not wanting to split the animals apart after nearly ten years together. As bad luck might have it, T.C. had a really bad flare up from an ongoing health issue he'd had for quite some time. It was an agonizing decision, but we decided together the vet had to put him down. He was nearly eleven years old, and though he was my wife's dog, he was the first animal I'd lost to old age since I was five years old.

A few weeks later, Erin ended up moving back to California, taking Lumpy and herour two cats of nearly the same age with her.

Six months ago one of the cats died, followed a month later by the other, age related health issues both of them.

At twelve and a half years old, Lumpy passed away quite suddenly one morning last month. Erin called to tell me the news. Sasha had died in her arms that morning, the vet just left with her body. We cried together over the memories we'd shared with such a wonderful dog. The next day the vet said that her chest cavity was a mass of tumors, cause of death: cancer. Knowing what Lumpy meant to Erin, and her pet losses in the previous six months, the vet had her cremated, not charging her a penny.

Last week Erin got the ashes back from the crematorium.


She'll be sending some of the ashes my direction soon. I'll be hiking to all the places we used to play together, leaving behind a little bit of her ashes for herour one last visit.





It's hard to lose a loved pet, but I'd rather lose one to old age than something senseless like it being hit by a vehicle.

Give it time Doc, I think you'll agree.






^^na, I'm not reading that either.


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I read it.


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She is around 10 years old, so she has lived a pretty good life. Just kind of sucks.


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Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.
Bring a gas powered drill.

But I'm not going to Patagonia.
he said gas powered drill, not te_h air kompressor.

The kompressor was/is gas powered.


Regular gas powered drills are dangerous around your ropes.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I think my dog is in congestive heart failure. The shitty thing about knowing about these things is that I doubt she will/should live through the winter. I've had several dogs been given away, and one was hit by a car, yet I don't know how I will deal with one dying from being too old.
Anyone who suspected that the above posting was made while sober is a buttclucking idiot.

Sorry to hear doc. I know how it is. We had to put down one of our dogs on Monday. It's hard when they get old, but it is easier when they are gone because of old age rather than some misshap while they're in their prime.

Chin up man....


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I think my dog is in congestive heart failure. The shitty thing about knowing about these things is that I doubt she will/should live through the winter. I've had several dogs been given away, and one was hit by a car, yet I don't know how I will deal with one dying from being too old.
Anyone who suspected that the above posting was made while sober is a buttclucking idiot.

Sorry man... we've moved beyond implanting our pump in dogs... doing humans now. A year ago we might have been able to get him a sporty new mechanical heart.


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snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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My harness is a Misty Mountain Cadilac.
I like it.

You sport climb in that thing?

I seem to recall him doing that yesterday.
Yesterday as in July 19th, or yesterday as in two months ago when that post was made?

Never mind, it will be another two months before you see this.Tongue

less than a month!
I wasn't counting on the BET to drop off so much. Even L'habitant could keep up with it now.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I think my dog is in congestive heart failure. The shitty thing about knowing about these things is that I doubt she will/should live through the winter. I've had several dogs been given away, and one was hit by a car, yet I don't know how I will deal with one dying from being too old.
Anyone who suspected that the above posting was made while sober is a buttclucking idiot.
Awwwwww.

Sure......


That sucks though. Maybe you should give her away? Who kept her when you were in the Army?


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I think my dog is in congestive heart failure. The shitty thing about knowing about these things is that I doubt she will/should live through the winter. I've had several dogs been given away, and one was hit by a car, yet I don't know how I will deal with one dying from being too old.
Anyone who suspected that the above posting was made while sober is a buttclucking idiot.
sorry to hear that Doc, I went through the same thing recently...

in the winter of '95-'96, a maybe 6 month old shepherd mix of the smaller variety was following a neighbor, Eddie, as he walked down the street towards home.

My GF at the time, who would become my wife, piped up "You got a new dog Eddie? It's cute!"

"Na," came the reply, "it followed me down here from the Chevron on the corner."

"Well, it must be lost. If you want, you can leave it here, I'll try to find its owner." Erin said. She had a soft spot for animals, as well as an Aunt active in the local ASPCA, and if anyone would find its owner, she would. Eddie left the puppy there with her, relieved to be free of it.


Well,at this time I was out riding freight trains for fun, and didn't return home for another ten days. In that time, the puppy and Erin's year-old Beagle/Lab mix (T.C.... short for T.H.C.Smile) became playmates, while Erin just seemed to not have time to search for the pup's owner.



Hopping from the freight as it entered the train yard, I was dirty and grimy as could be. The dust from the train brakes tend to coat everything you'll touch on a train, and I'd not had a shower since leaving my folks place in Oregon four days earlier. I thought of nothing more than a shower and Erin as I hiked the 1/4 mile from the freight yard to our little rental, knowing that taking the one was the only thing standing in the way of having the other.

Well, as luck would have it, approaching the house I caught sight of Erin before she saw me. There she was on the front porch, watering her little container garden in the late afternoon sun. Trying to sneak up on her, I kept quiet, hoping the smell wouldn't clue her in to my presence, but damned if T.C. didn't spot me.

He came running over to welcome me home, doing his best to show me how much he'd missed me while I'd been out adventuring. There, trailing behind him that little shepherd mix puppy, and catching a sense of what was going on she tried to welcome me home too.

After my shower and the welcome home I'd really looked forward to, Erin related the story of how it had come about there was yet another animal in the house... assuring me repeatedly how temporary it was going to be, its been no bother, they play really well together she gets along with the kitties, and how she'll put signs up tomorrow. Upon finishing her story, I took one look at the little shepherd and said "Sasha, come here girl."

Well, she did, and subsequently spent the next twelve years answering to that name; the first dog of my own.



When she was four we moved to Salt Lake from San Luis Obispo. It wasn't long before she contracted Pannus, which is an ocular degenerative disease common in shepherd breeds that live at higher elevation. It causes the cornea to cloud over, leading to blindness if not held at bay. The vet sold us some eye-drops to put in her eyes twice a day, which though not religious about applying, it was often enough to keep her eyes from turning a milky white.

At six, we began to notice lumps under her skin when we petted her. After a biopsy, the vet informed us they were multiple lipomas... simply fatty deposits, no real danger to her health, just keep an eye on them if they get unusually large. She took a new name, as I now began to call her Lumpy. She didn't care, she knew I loved her just as I had before. In the ensuing years she developed a slight limp during bad weather, though not the debilitating arthritis so common in shepherds.

It's a funny thing when I think about it really. The more we love something, the more names it has.

^^think about that next time you go about naming the donnys


Well, three years ago when the wife and I split up, I sent Lumpy with her, not wanting to split the animals apart after nearly ten years together. As bad luck might have it, T.C. had a really bad flare up from an ongoing health issue he'd had for quite some time. It was an agonizing decision, but we decided together the vet had to put him down. He was nearly eleven years old, and though he was my wife's dog, he was the first animal I'd lost to old age since I was five years old.

A few weeks later, Erin ended up moving back to California, taking Lumpy and herour two cats of nearly the same age with her.

Six months ago one of the cats died, followed a month later by the other, age related health issues both of them.

At twelve and a half years old, Lumpy passed away quite suddenly one morning last month. Erin called to tell me the news. Sasha had died in her arms that morning, the vet just left with her body. We cried together over the memories we'd shared with such a wonderful dog. The next day the vet said that her chest cavity was a mass of tumors, cause of death: cancer. Knowing what Lumpy meant to Erin, and her pet losses in the previous six months, the vet had her cremated, not charging her a penny.

Last week Erin got the ashes back from the crematorium.


She'll be sending some of the ashes my direction soon. I'll be hiking to all the places we used to play together, leaving behind a little bit of her ashes for herour one last visit.





It's hard to lose a loved pet, but I'd rather lose one to old age than something senseless like it being hit by a vehicle.

Give it time Doc, I think you'll agree.






^^na, I'm not reading that either.
Me neither.


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Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.
Bring a gas powered drill.

But I'm not going to Patagonia.
he said gas powered drill, not te_h air kompressor.

The kompressor was/is gas powered.


Regular gas powered drills are dangerous around your ropes.
Just the muffler is.


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She is around 10 years old, so she has lived a pretty good life. Just kind of sucks.

goes without saying, certainly.


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Me.
Shair pleez

They're plans, and they're big.
Sounds impressive...
They involve an overhang.
So that means aid if you're climbing it. Right?

Zing!

There is a direct finish we "may" aid yes. But there is one section I think I may be able to free at about 5.9 or 5.10a maybe, it's quite possible that the section I'm looking at may infact be closer to 5.13a in which case, yes I'll be aiding. The direct finish will likely be A3 or 5.12something-or-other. One of my partners did just discover a massive roof we will be setting up some aid routes on.


MMMMMMmmmmmmmmm aid
So how big are these roofs?

I think they'll overhang about 10 to 15m, but to get to the weaknesses that you can pull over the roof you'll have to aid about 40m along and overhanging arch that makes up the lower section of the roof.
Old man Jack is going to show up at your secret crag and steal your FA's.

Is Jack even allowed in Canada?

Nice try... Where did you say this wall is?

It's in Canananananananada

I got that. I've already found a flight to Calgary, I can be there in a few days. Now where exactly is this monster overhanging wall?

I'll tell you after I get the FA.

There are monster walls up here. It just happens that most are not close to the road, some are though. I know of a wall that is overhanging for the last 6 pitches of the only direct route on it. The route has yet to be repeated let alone freed. Regardless, one wold have to aid it before a free accent anyways. I say this because I know the reputation of the FA, and guaranteed and extensive retro bolting of the original 70's hardwear would be needed. We plan on making the first serious attemp at a repeat. I jsut need to find the time... as the bery talented climber who FA's it took over a week on the wall.
So at most it should take you a week.

With good weather, yes.
WTF?

Its aid climbing!!!!


Good weather. Next I suppose you are going to say it is at 14,000' and it snows all summer.


Drytool the motherfucker!!!

You haven't been hit by storms on cliffs in the Rockies before have you?

I estimating close to a week for us to do the repeat. It took Davidson 9 days (2 of them storms) to climb it. Considering that all of the hardwear/fixed gear/belays are likely in a state the it wouldn't hold my body weight at this point... we're looking at the bossibility of having to retro the whole route as we go. Mind you we may be able to get clean gear where he did not with modern gear. We'll see.
Bring a gas powered drill.

But I'm not going to Patagonia.
he said gas powered drill, not te_h air kompressor.

The kompressor was/is gas powered.


Regular gas powered drills are dangerous around your ropes.
WHAT!?! hear i thot they strung up te_h x10shun kord...Crazy


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chossmonkey wrote:
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Still waiting for someone to get the Reverso 3 in stock here... As I cannot find my old stitch plate (my first belay device) I have had to resort to t3e ATC Mad


Iz that teh Sn00p?!?!?!


He has really started pooching out.

eye haz teh blort.


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the_climber wrote:
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I did indeed double check and yes, there was an infraction! I believe AB to be guilty!
My original Post #4925 of 4935 of this thread is now moved back to Post #4924!

26 is the PTFTW, not 25. But nice try.

That was a screen shot of the post before I posted the "PTFTW!" the "soon"

that post is now marked "#4924" that post went from #2925 to #2924

You take screen shots before every PTFTW attempt?

No, I just happened to have the window still opened.

this sounds like a parlay violashun.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
175 feet of splitter, one of the best pitches so far.
[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/adaml81/SIS5FCdLaJI/AAAAAAAAB4k/FpP9yN24r58/P1010791.JPG?imgmax=512[/image]

Nice pics. Though that one isn't looking very splitter.
Correct

It changes to a single splitter around where I am. Just above, I think.

It was fun, at any rate.

granite doesn't have splitters.


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New better job may be on it's way. Interview is sounding more and more like a formality than anything else.

So, if I get this new Jorb I'll have:

The same benefits
At least the same base salary (likely more)
Extra pay while in the field, including expences, lodging, ect. plus per deim (sp?)
2 weeks in the field 2 weeks out (might be 2 in 1 out, I'll ahve to ask at the meeting/interview)
Will be getting paid to ride around on Argo's, Quads, Swamp Buggy type things with big ass tracks, and drve to and from areas in 4x4's
And will be doing a bunch of geophysical/geological Surveys

have you gotten the jorb?


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chossmonkey wrote:
sungam wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
There isn't that much Trango gear I'm that excited about.
I'm all over the max cams- I have one (size 2, I think) and it rocks. They just have a nice feel to them.
Never used any of their other gear, though.
I was thinking about getting one of those, but if they walk at all they are worthless.

I've used them, don't like them.


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the_climber wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
the_climber wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
the_climber wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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I hate my job.


I came the the conclusion yesterday tht I have absolutely zero job satisfaction, if fact it's so non-existant that I may infact be into negative job satisfation....


It's just a shit problem that I really do need a paycheck.




*Fingers crossed that the new jorb will come through soon*

I bet I hate my job more. The only stisfaction I get is when the pay chack arrives in my bank account.

Yeah, I'm well past that point.
So wifey makes enough that the bills will still get paid on time without you bringing in any money?

Unfortunately no.
So you don't care about your responsibility to her and your home?

Say what? Did you read that right?

The whole reason I'm still sticking it out here right now (and the past "I lost count how many months') is my responsibility to her and the home.
Then you get about equal satisfaction from your paycheck as I do.

Therefore....I still bet I hate my job more than you hate yours.

I'm damn near an accredited Geologist and I am pushing engineerding documents and drawings in a very unglorified manner.

I really think I hate my job more.

modz ... is there a way to edit this entire conversashun out of hear and into the kawfee shoppe?


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I do believe that the laws of booty have netted me a choinard biner and some webbing to be used as rap anchors for the near future.
The lord of booty giveth, the lord of booty taketh. The choinard biner shall be retired.

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I do believe that the laws of booty have netted me a choinard biner and some webbing to be used as rap anchors for the near future.
The lord of booty giveth, the lord of booty taketh. The choinard biner shall be retired.

Dirty dirty editing for page spacing.
old coonyard oval or D ?

the webbing must have been in very good condition for you to consider re-using it but not the 'biner. Of is the coonyard being retired to the historical collection?Smile


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VlF


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I do believe that the laws of booty have netted me a choinard biner and some webbing to be used as rap anchors for the near future.
The lord of booty giveth, the lord of booty taketh. The choinard biner shall be retired.

Dirty dirty editing for page spacing.
old coonyard oval or D ?

the webbing must have been in very good condition for you to consider re-using it but not the 'biner. Of is the coonyard being retired to the historical collection?Smile
The coonyard is being retired to the historical section and it's a D. The webbing is in great shape.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I do believe that the laws of booty have netted me a choinard biner and some webbing to be used as rap anchors for the near future.
The lord of booty giveth, the lord of booty taketh. The choinard biner shall be retired.

Dirty dirty editing for page spacing.
old coonyard oval or D ?

the webbing must have been in very good condition for you to consider re-using it but not the 'biner. Of is the coonyard being retired to the historical collection?Smile
The coonyard is being retired to the historical section and it's a D. The webbing is in great shape.
Anybody else remember when BD still had the coonyard logo?


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Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!


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Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

Sweet! Congrats to her!

I still suck too.... I hope to one day again touch real rock.... when that elusive cool season materializes and me and the wifey can rip up E-Rock.... or perhaps it can rip us up.... a bit of both I'm sure. Wink


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Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.


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kachoong wrote:
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Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

Sweet! Congrats to her!

I still suck too.... I hope to one day again touch real rock.... when that elusive cool season materializes and me and the wifey can rip up E-Rock.... or perhaps it can rip us up.... a bit of both I'm sure. Wink

You don't rip up e-rock. It definately does the ripping.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

Sweet! Congrats to her!

I still suck too.... I hope to one day again touch real rock.... when that elusive cool season materializes and me and the wifey can rip up E-Rock.... or perhaps it can rip us up.... a bit of both I'm sure. Wink

You don't rip up e-rock. It definately does the ripping.

Yepper!! It certainly does indeed! I'm already stocking up on tape!


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.

In general I am the suck at drytooling. Nathan can return to being my ropegun.


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granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.

In general I am the suck at drytooling. Nathan can return to being my ropegun.
ewe knead to spent te_h summir dri toolin. it kep yoo te_h strongist 4 teh whentur.


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Friday - Today and only one page... Eye'm dissapointed.


Acadia was great. Friday was a flail fest for those in tow with me. Saturday was rain, rain, and moar rain in the AM, followed by an ascent on a slabby dome. Surprisingly, it was dry. Sunday was another flail-fest for my GF. Was so frusterating for her she ended up in tears on the last climb. It's now on her tic list.

Short synopsis. That is all.


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stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.

In general I am the suck at drytooling. Nathan can return to being my ropegun.
ewe knead to spent te_h summir dri toolin. it kep yoo te_h strongist 4 teh whentur.
Two hawt two wear teh ice boots @ local dri tool spot.

I'm two busy getting sick strong on the rock this summer anyay. Tongue Well, maybe not sick strong, but its nice to see that I'm finally making strong improvements this season.


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What counts as "sick hard" then?


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granite_grrl wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.

In general I am the suck at drytooling. Nathan can return to being my ropegun.
ewe knead to spent te_h summir dri toolin. it kep yoo te_h strongist 4 teh whentur.
Two hawt two wear teh ice boots @ local dri tool spot.

I'm two busy getting sick strong on the rock this summer anyay. Tongue Well, maybe not sick strong, but its nice to see that I'm finally making strong improvements this season.
GFUd for ewe! Skip the ice boots, use the rock shoes. Sure, it's not the same, but you still get to work the grip+pulldown strength


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speaking of climbing shit... Led a classic .8 today on gear, and then took a 15' meatbomb onto a nut on a .8+. took my belayer for quite the ride.


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I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.


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I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.

I've done that. And I live a 5 minute walk from work - the whole show up before sunrise and leave after sunset thing - though they are standard 8 hour days.


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I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbon for breakfast.


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epoch wrote:
Where's that... Gitmo?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.


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what's that?


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nothin


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really


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VLR!!!!1


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dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
VLR!!!!1
I pressed the submit button about 10 minutes ago. dirty slow connextion.


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VLR!!!!1
vee ell eFF!!!


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?
Atrial fibrillation mainly. Aspirin is supposedly better in an emergent heart attack, as coumadin has a whole lot of side effects.


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VLR!!!!1
I pressed the submit button about 10 minutes ago. dirty slow connextion.
hell, talk about slo? I'm on the air-card doin' 85 down the 84...

slow as fukkin molasses!


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dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?
Atrial fibrillation mainly. Aspirin is supposedly better in an emergent heart attack, as coumadin has a whole lot of side effects.
years ago in another life, I had a client who was on a daily dose...

It was tempting to polfer some of his meds, cut it into the meth supply and turn it loose.

oh well. I'm a lot of things, but cold-blooded anonymous murder ain't one of 'em.


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?

Used in all kinds of patients for surgeries, especially if they can't take heparin. Heart failure patients with stents often take it chronically.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?
Atrial fibrillation mainly. Aspirin is supposedly better in an emergent heart attack, as coumadin has a whole lot of side effects.

This is still disputed at all the heart failure meetings each year.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?
Atrial fibrillation mainly. Aspirin is supposedly better in an emergent heart attack, as coumadin has a whole lot of side effects.

This is still disputed at all the heart failure meetings each year.
Something you'll never have to worry about though, huh.


I mean to say kinda hard to experience heart failure if you don't have one of those to begin with.

I knew I shoulda been a lawyerCrazy


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stymingersfink wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
mmmm.... coumadin.
In low doses it prevents blood clots. In high doses it definately prevents blood clots.
used in heart patients, yes? work better than asprin?
Atrial fibrillation mainly. Aspirin is supposedly better in an emergent heart attack, as coumadin has a whole lot of side effects.

This is still disputed at all the heart failure meetings each year.
Something you'll never have to worry about though, huh.


I mean to say kinda hard to experience heart failure if you don't have one of those to begin with.

I knew I shoulda been a lawyerCrazy

This is true. BUt unfortunately I'm stuck going to heart failure meetings listening to people argue about the potential benefits of aspirin for the gazillionth time.


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epoch wrote:
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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
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chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?


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artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
doubtful.


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Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.
Then I can rip myself up?


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stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.

In general I am the suck at drytooling. Nathan can return to being my ropegun.
ewe knead to spent te_h summir dri toolin. it kep yoo te_h strongist 4 teh whentur.
We will be soon.


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We do drytool on our home wall a little all year.


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granite_grrl wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
Bec ripped it up this weekend. She redpointed her hardest route yet, even though the previous route she did there seems harder. Then she cleaned up and old project of hers that she hadn't really worked on much at all, and hadn't been on for a while on her second try of the day.


I still suck.

Someday I will have glory again.

Someday!!!!

You are terrible.
Just wait for the winter drytooling.

In general I am the suck at drytooling. Nathan can return to being my ropegun.
ewe knead to spent te_h summir dri toolin. it kep yoo te_h strongist 4 teh whentur.
Two hawt two wear teh ice boots @ local dri tool spot.

I'm two busy getting sick strong on the rock this summer anyay. Tongue Well, maybe not sick strong, but its nice to see that I'm finally making strong improvements this season.
sissyTongue


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speaking of climbing shit... Led a classic .8 today on gear, and then took a 15' meatbomb onto a nut on a .8+. took my belayer for quite the ride.
An 8a and 8a+?

Surely you aren't cranking 8b.


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I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Oh noes!!!11!


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
I'll give you rat poison!


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artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!


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I miss FF


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Internetexploder sucks.


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What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.


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******Instert PTFTWT suck bongz here****


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chossmonkey wrote:
artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!
Iz kerekt.


Eye hope this is not the PT. It would be in violashunz of the revolution.


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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!
Iz kerekt.


Eye hope this is not the PT. It would be in violashunz of the revolution.
Score!


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I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Oh noes!!!11!

Oh Noes is right!!!!

I hate this fucking industry. GM had arranged with company B for the camera guy to come for two days. Camera guy has some big family commitments after. GM now wants company B to keep camera guy for a third day. When I tell people that there's no way that camera guy will stay I get shit. Then the camera guy gets shit. Then we have to get on the phone giving other people from company B shit. And pretty much no matter what I do now I'm going to get shit one more time just for the fuck of it.

Negitive reinforcment. Its not something I enjoy.

At least I only had to be at work for 10 hours today. Crazy


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granite_grrl wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Oh noes!!!11!

Oh Noes is right!!!!

I hate this fucking industry. GM had arranged with company B for the camera guy to come for two days. Camera guy has some big family commitments after. GM now wants company B to keep camera guy for a third day. When I tell people that there's no way that camera guy will stay I get shit. Then the camera guy gets shit. Then we have to get on the phone giving other people from company B shit. And pretty much no matter what I do now I'm going to get shit one more time just for the fuck of it.

Negitive reinforcment. Its not something I enjoy.

At least I only had to be at work for 10 hours today. Crazy
That sucks.

That's what GM gets for taking the low bid. When will they learn it costs more to take the lowbid?


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chossmonkey wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
I'll give you rat poison!
if it would help make this cod I'm coming down with less bothersome, I'd take it!


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Internetexploder sucks.
^^korect


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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!
Iz kerekt.


Eye hope this is not the PT. It would be in violashunz of the revolution.
viva la FAIL!


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stymingersfink wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
I'll give you rat poison!
if it would help make this cod I'm coming down with less bothersome, I'd take it!
Dude, where are you coming down to? if it's anywhere near me, don't use the rat poison.
dunk that cod in some batter, roll it in breadcrumbs, and shove it in the fryer- we'll get some chips to go with it, and drownz it in salt and vinigar.
Wooooo!


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chossmonkey wrote:
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speaking of climbing shit... Led a classic .8 today on gear, and then took a 15' meatbomb onto a nut on a .8+. took my belayer for quite the ride.
An 8a and 8a+?

Surely you aren't cranking 8b.
Ha. You severely overestimate my skillz.


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What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?


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I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Shitty.
Give the cat some bourbonrat poison for breakfast.
I'll give you rat poison!
if it would help make this cod I'm coming down with less bothersome, I'd take it!
Ever seen rats that are dead from rat poison? Old people on coumadin have similar skin blotches and discolorations.


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My half-tarded german shepherd chased a bear into the woods today. Maybe she is not as close to death as I thought.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
My half-tarded german shepherd chased a bear into the woods today. Maybe she is not as close to death as I thought.
Good for her!

probably a good thing she only chased it though, assuming she din't catch it too.Wink


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
My half-tarded german shepherd chased a bear into the woods today. Maybe she is not as close to death as I thought.
Good for her!

probably a good thing she only chased it though, assuming she din't catch it too.Wink

Our bears are pretty docile up hea in new england. They are only after the birdfeeders and compost piles.


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I had her chase a bunny this morning. The sad part is I had to point it out to her failing eyesight by scaring it into movement.
She is totally screwed if she ever has to catch her dinner.


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granite_grrl wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I just got off work. Worked a 14 hour shift, most of it on the floor. Got there in the dark, left in the dark.

Nathan took off to MN today for his father's surgery so all I get when I got home was an ill tempered cat.

This is going to be a long week.
Oh noes!!!11!

Oh Noes is right!!!!

I hate this fucking industry. GM had arranged with company B for the camera guy to come for two days. Camera guy has some big family commitments after. GM now wants company B to keep camera guy for a third day. When I tell people that there's no way that camera guy will stay I get shit. Then the camera guy gets shit. Then we have to get on the phone giving other people from company B shit. And pretty much no matter what I do now I'm going to get shit one more time just for the fuck of it.

Negitive reinforcment. Its not something I enjoy.

At least I only had to be at work for 10 hours today. Crazy

You need a female counterpart.... [if you don't see this coming it's your own fault.]






































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stymingersfink wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!
Iz kerekt.


Eye hope this is not the PT. It would be in violashunz of the revolution.
viva la FAIL!
Not only are you wrong, you are inkerekt two.


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epoch wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!
Iz kerekt.


Eye hope this is not the PT. It would be in violashunz of the revolution.
viva la FAIL!
Not only are you wrong, you are inkerekt two.
SHIT!!!Pirate


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stymingersfink wrote:
epoch wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
artm wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
So who has big plans for this weekend?
Not me. werk werk.

Doc,

September 6-7 you will go to N. Conway.

iz my last weekend of the season. Surgury will take me out for at least 5 weeks, possibly moar.
That sux.
Carpel tunnel?

Haha. No.

You would think that, but my workstation is super ergonomic.

I have a cyst that needs removin. It came about back in December and still hasn't quite healed. I'm sick of the constant draining, and the cutter agrees with me that this should have been taken out well before now. I think it is time for a new primary care physician.
On your hand?
Elsewhere.
Maybe it's a brain tumor?
its not a tuma!!
Iz kerekt.


Eye hope this is not the PT. It would be in violashunz of the revolution.
viva la FAIL!
Not only are you wrong, you are inkerekt two.
SHIT!!!Pirate

I was going to comment with a FAIL fail, but that would be redundant on its self...


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
This site has that effect on more than just computers.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheel really sucks.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheel really sucks.
I noes.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.

What in the hell is a scroll pad?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.

What in the hell is a scroll pad?
that little section along the right hand margin of my mouse pad that converts scroll gestures into scrolling up or down the page.

handy.


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stymingersfink wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.

What in the hell is a scroll pad?
that little section along the right hand margin of my mouse pad that converts scroll gestures into scrolling up or down the page.

handy.
I'm on a laptop... remember? Mobility is key. I couldn't imagine cruisin' down the road with my desktop in the passenger seat, let alone a monitor strapped to the dashboard!Smile


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stymingersfink wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.

What in the hell is a scroll pad?
that little section along the right hand margin of my mouse pad that converts scroll gestures into scrolling up or down the page.

handy.

Ah yes, laptop. Yeah, they didn't install the drivers properly when I got my laptop, so I didn't have that for awhile... completely sucked. I was about to start looking into how much it'd cost to get one of those put in, but in my research I realized mine should do that, so I reloaded the proper drivers and BAM! Herpes.


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I need some TBL quote help...
Does walter say "Calmer than you, dude." or something else following the loss of the briefcase?


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stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.
Mac FTW?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I need some TBL quote help...
Does walter say "Calmer than you, dude." or something else following the loss of the briefcase?

probably, but don' t know for sure.


Ahh fuck it, let's go bowling.


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sungam wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.
Mac FTW?
Lenovo IBM clone.

I dint buy it, I was issued it.

not too fond of Geo's macBook though. Maybe if i used it enough to get familiar with it...


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stymingersfink wrote:
sungam wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
What sucks more is I can't cut and paste on this computer.
No ctrl-c ctrl-v?
The one I'm on right now will. I couldn't remember the paste code though to try it yesterday.

The one I'm on now doesn't have a scroll wheel. It also wants to choke on this website.

I guess I can't bitch to much though. At least I can burn time on the intardnet while my dad gets sliced and diced.
Not having a scroll wheelpad really sucks.
Mac FTW?
Lenovo IBM clone.

I dint buy it, I was issued it.

not too fond of Geo's macBook though. Maybe if i used it enough to get familiar with it...
The scroll function on it is good. So is pretty much everything else.
Aparently not as good a linex for bofties, but easy for me to use.


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PC 6k


but 18k is the old 6k... right?


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stymingersfink wrote:
PC 6k


but 18k is the old 6k... right?
nothing to see here... move along


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stymingersfink wrote:
PC 6k


but 18k is the old 6k... right?

There never was a 6k.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
PC 6k


but 18k is the old 6k... right?

There never was a 6k.
Listen here dipshit...!



oh wait.. i'm not mr.burns am i.

wery vell.

whatever.


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12 hours today. ugh.


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granite_grrl wrote:
12 hours today. ugh.
add six and you'd have had my day yesterday.

sux balls, but it's gonna leave me with a friday off, so it's mostly worth it.


three day climbing weekend? You bet!


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stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
12 hours today. ugh.
add six and you'd have had my day yesterday.

Pffft, whatevers. I put in at least a solid 90 minutes of real work today. Ok, probably not.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
12 hours today. ugh.
add six and you'd have had my day yesterday.

Pffft, whatevers. I put in at least a solid 90 minutes of real work today. Ok, probably not.
and all three of us probably took home roughly the same amount of pay I'd guess. Pirate

fekkin' lawyersCrazy


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Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt


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Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt
I still has te_h kold. damn thing's stuffin' up my sinuses like you wouldn't believe.


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five hours down the fucking drain. Zero Calls.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
five hours down the fucking drain. Zero Calls.
one person's good fortune is another man's misery.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.


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So the route I'm working on, I think we've made it through the crux (and unprotectable, read bolting on lead) section. Turned out that section that looked 5.7ish wasn't. Not a dam positive hold. More like 5.9 A1 so we could add a few protection bolts. I'm thinking that pitch will go free at 10b-ish without the drill and boltkit. Hoping to finish the route Saturday... but we still have the pitch 3 overhange (pitch 4 if you don't have a 70m rope and 5 or 6 double slings)... looking forward to finishing the bitch and getting back to some more alpine climbing. But for now, I've put to much effort into this thing not to finish it this season.







Back to the grind and whatnot.

Laterz.


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five hours down the fucking drain. Zero Calls.
one person's good fortune is another man's misery.
Try three towns worth of people. There has to be one or two undeserving assholes in the bunch.


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VLR


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I passed my practicals on the first time for all 12 stations. Yay me.


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VLR
Epic failure. I just revolucionaed myself. Fuck.


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Epic failure. I just revolucionaed myself. Fuck.
Haha

Now, what was I going to say earlier?


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I need some TBL quote help...
Does walter say "Calmer than you, dude." or something else following the loss of the briefcase?
"Calmer than you are"

"Calmer than you"





Sheesh!


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stymingersfink wrote:
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I need some TBL quote help...
Does walter say "Calmer than you, dude." or something else following the loss of the briefcase?

probably, but don' t know for sure.


Ahh fuck it, let's go bowling.
Oops misread what he was asking. The calmer part was after flashing the piece on the lanes.

I think it was Fuck it Dude, lets go bowling.


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Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt
No climbzing 4 me.


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the_climber wrote:
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Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful


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22 hours


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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.
intentionally.


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New work rant of th day.

For the past couple of days I felt like I might be getting sick. This morning my head felt like it was stuffed with cotton balls. But some documentation needed to get done at work and if I didn't do it my mechanical counterpart would just screw over some of the other nice controls engineers.

So I drag myself out of bed at 5:30, go into work, spend 3 hours doing this friggin lockout map. I get stuck 'cause I don't know where the gravity and pneumatic points are. But all the hard stuff is done, just need to drag and drop some icons. So I ask the mechanical guy if he could finish it up.

So here I am sick, miserable, and I have these people telling me how its the control's responsibility to finish off this documentation, and all I want to do is go home and crawl back into bed. No thanks for dragging my ass in when I feel like shit, the guy won't even come up to the office to help me finish it. Just crap that its not completely done.

Makes me sooooo mad, 'cause I know I'm sick 'cause I worked all those long hours and didn't eat, drink, or sleep properly. Fucking work. No fucking thanks. No fucking help. Fucking assholes.

Unsure


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granite_grrl wrote:
New work rant of th day.

For the past couple of days I felt like I might be getting sick. This morning my head felt like it was stuffed with cotton balls. But some documentation needed to get done at work and if I didn't do it my mechanical counterpart would just screw over some of the other nice controls engineers.

So I drag myself out of bed at 5:30, go into work, spend 3 hours doing this friggin lockout map. I get stuck 'cause I don't know where the gravity and pneumatic points are. But all the hard stuff is done, just need to drag and drop some icons. So I ask the mechanical guy if he could finish it up.

So here I am sick, miserable, and I have these people telling me how its the control's responsibility to finish off this documentation, and all I want to do is go home and crawl back into bed. No thanks for dragging my ass in when I feel like shit, the guy won't even come up to the office to help me finish it. Just crap that its not completely done.

Makes me sooooo mad, 'cause I know I'm sick 'cause I worked all those long hours and didn't eat, drink, or sleep properly. Fucking work. No fucking thanks. No fucking help. Fucking assholes.

Unsure
Fuck them sunsabitches.

You can tell 'em Sty said so.


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stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
New work rant of th day.

For the past couple of days I felt like I might be getting sick. This morning my head felt like it was stuffed with cotton balls. But some documentation needed to get done at work and if I didn't do it my mechanical counterpart would just screw over some of the other nice controls engineers.

So I drag myself out of bed at 5:30, go into work, spend 3 hours doing this friggin lockout map. I get stuck 'cause I don't know where the gravity and pneumatic points are. But all the hard stuff is done, just need to drag and drop some icons. So I ask the mechanical guy if he could finish it up.

So here I am sick, miserable, and I have these people telling me how its the control's responsibility to finish off this documentation, and all I want to do is go home and crawl back into bed. No thanks for dragging my ass in when I feel like shit, the guy won't even come up to the office to help me finish it. Just crap that its not completely done.

Makes me sooooo mad, 'cause I know I'm sick 'cause I worked all those long hours and didn't eat, drink, or sleep properly. Fucking work. No fucking thanks. No fucking help. Fucking assholes.

Unsure
Fuck them sunsabitches.

You can tell 'em Sty said so.
I could come up with some colourfull insults if you wants.


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sungam wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
New work rant of th day.

For the past couple of days I felt like I might be getting sick. This morning my head felt like it was stuffed with cotton balls. But some documentation needed to get done at work and if I didn't do it my mechanical counterpart would just screw over some of the other nice controls engineers.

So I drag myself out of bed at 5:30, go into work, spend 3 hours doing this friggin lockout map. I get stuck 'cause I don't know where the gravity and pneumatic points are. But all the hard stuff is done, just need to drag and drop some icons. So I ask the mechanical guy if he could finish it up.

So here I am sick, miserable, and I have these people telling me how its the control's responsibility to finish off this documentation, and all I want to do is go home and crawl back into bed. No thanks for dragging my ass in when I feel like shit, the guy won't even come up to the office to help me finish it. Just crap that its not completely done.

Makes me sooooo mad, 'cause I know I'm sick 'cause I worked all those long hours and didn't eat, drink, or sleep properly. Fucking work. No fucking thanks. No fucking help. Fucking assholes.

Unsure
Fuck them sunsabitches.

You can tell 'em Sty said so.
I could come up with some colourfull insults if you wants.

I dunno, I wanted to stick this job out till I had surgery to remove my hardware and to fix my drippy eye. But this week is showing me how ugly this industry actually is, and I don't like it. Unsure

What I'd really like to do is get a cushy desk job for a while, consulting or something.


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So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?


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granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate


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granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.

S0r-e33

What/who have you been doing? Tongue


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I'm off to climb with Epoch Mon-Wed. I hope I don't drop anything this time.Crazy

I'm sure he will give a detailed report.

then again, maybe knott.


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BTW, where the hell is Okel?


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wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.

That's getting to be a long drive. Unless the camping is free it probobly wouldn't be worth it.


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BTW, where the hell is Okel?
Family vacation. She should be popping in here either tonight or tomorrow I think.


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I'm off to climb with Epoch Mon-Wed. I hope I don't drop anything this time.Crazy

I'm sure he will give a detailed report.

then again, maybe knott.

What ever you drop will be your own stuffts. Eye hope you have an ample rack...


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granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.

That's getting to be a long drive. Unless the camping is free it probobly wouldn't be worth it.
Free camping can be had.... eye know where too.


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Finally brought my laptop to ride time to "write a paper". Knocked that out in 2 hours and found an internet cable. here I am.


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epoch wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.

That's getting to be a long drive. Unless the camping is free it probobly wouldn't be worth it.
Free camping can be had.... eye know where too.
share the goods.


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Finally brought my laptop to ride time to "write a paper". Knocked that out in 2 hours and found an internet cable. here I am.




Good Job.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.

That's getting to be a long drive. Unless the camping is free it probobly wouldn't be worth it.
Free camping can be had.... eye know where too.
share the goods.

You should know where...

[as long as you are in the National forest, you can tent camp without permits. How far are you willing to hike?


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With CI at drunk-fuck-drug-desert-orgy [aka burning man] I foresee me passing his PC.


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epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.

That's getting to be a long drive. Unless the camping is free it probobly wouldn't be worth it.
Free camping can be had.... eye know where too.
share the goods.

You should know where...

[as long as you are in the National forest, you can tent camp without permits. How far are you willing to hike?
I was hoping it was not 20 miles away.


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With CI at drunk-fuck-drug-desert-orgy [aka burning man] I foresee me passing his PC.
I hope he and summitsprite hook up. It would be just so cute and touching. The perfect rc.knob wedding.


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With CI at drunk-fuck-drug-desert-orgy [aka burning man] I foresee me passing his PC.
The PCI beckons?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?

You should trad climb if you've been sport climbing all the time!

If the fees at the Gunks are what they say....go to Cathedral/Whitehorse.

That's getting to be a long drive. Unless the camping is free it probobly wouldn't be worth it.
Free camping can be had.... eye know where too.
share the goods.

You should know where...

[as long as you are in the National forest, you can tent camp without permits. How far are you willing to hike?
I was hoping it was not 20 miles away.

You can camp practically at the base of Cathedral...


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sungam wrote:
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With CI at drunk-fuck-drug-desert-orgy [aka burning man] I foresee me passing his PC.
The PCI beckons?

Hi CI.


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+1


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Woo! You should makes a bombz to welcome him back.


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#2 loser.


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I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.


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i think I should banz you in tribute instead... Devil


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I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...


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epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.


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epoch wrote:
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Woo! You should makes a bombz to welcome him back.
i think I should banz you in tribute instead... Devil

I would heartily agree.


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epoch wrote:
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Woo! You should makes a bombz to welcome him back.
i think I should banz you in tribute instead... Devil
Oh noes!
Remember, when I said "fuck you" I was simply highlighting your obvious sexual attraction to the opposite sex (or same sex, whatever floats your boat).
As in "what would I want to do?" "fuck you!" like, ya know, it'd be good, right?


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stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.


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I is climbing tomorrow. That is all.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.

S0r-e33

What/who have you been doing? Tongue

What have I been doing? Started a new position at work, the first field job will be all helicopter access. Working on finishing a new route... lots more work on this one than we were expecting. Long story short we were expecting 5.8ish after pitch 1... yeah, um... it's harder and some long unprotectable sections, so we've had to bolt one pitch on a mix of free and aid, pitch 3 went free the first go with some cleaning on lead and was the fastest pitch to do. Pitch 4, yeah, we're having to drill off hooks and spicy aid placements for one (maybe 2) more bolts, then we'll be back into sections with clean pro. Not quite sure on the grade yet, but it's looking like its in the mid to high 10 range... I think.

Who have I been doing? my wife.


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the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.

S0r-e33

What/who have you been doing? Tongue

What have I been doing? Started a new position at work, the first field job will be all helicopter access. Working on finishing a new route... lots more work on this one than we were expecting. Long story short we were expecting 5.8ish after pitch 1... yeah, um... it's harder and some long unprotectable sections, so we've had to bolt one pitch on a mix of free and aid, pitch 3 went free the first go with some cleaning on lead and was the fastest pitch to do. Pitch 4, yeah, we're having to drill off hooks and spicy aid placements for one (maybe 2) more bolts, then we'll be back into sections with clean pro. Not quite sure on the grade yet, but it's looking like its in the mid to high 10 range... I think.

Who have I been doing? my wife.
hopefully the new position involves less bending over than the last one did


do we have something in common?AngelicShockedSly




oh.. wait. That's right... I'm divorced.

Nevermind.


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the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
I'm going diving off of rhode Island. Somehow I got talked in to visiting with my sister for one of the days. Then I might go to work to get some of that time and a half.


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epoch wrote:
22 hours
The site says it was only 6 min.


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.

I have some big glue-ins now in my possession. I've been giving the eyes a few coats of primer and paint today.

You should ask him if he would be interested in being the distributor for those twisted glue-ins.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
BTW, where the hell is Okel?
Passed out in the gutter.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic


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the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.


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I made a quick stop at Hustler Fest on my way home.

http://www.wcwcw.com/feature54.htm


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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).


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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Hey Jay, what's the word on next week?

Sty, feeling better?

Chossy, how's MN?

GG, killed anyone at work yet? (hang in there)

Art, are you still alive?

It's beautiful in TM right now.

-Matt

Ya, umm, hello jack ass you forgot me, eh.
Doubtful

You sayin' he just left me out?! Bastard!





On another note. I spoke with Dave at wicked gravity about those bolts. He's going to look into the cost. After he gets them in Canada shipping is cheap the only expensive part is shipping them across the boarder.

I have some big glue-ins now in my possession. I've been giving the eyes a few coats of primer and paint today.

You should ask him if he would be interested in being the distributor for those twisted glue-ins.

I'll ask.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).
Why not just rap in and clean and bolt it?


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.
That simply won't do.

Looks like you are on your own.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.
That simply won't do.

Looks like you are on your own.
It's all about where you are calling from.


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chossmonkey wrote:
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22 hours
The site says it was only 6 min.
u r wrong.


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I didn't drop him. But we did do a pretty good tour of Donner and the Truckee crags. I am too tired to mess with photos, but they will be out this week. Off to the Leap tomorrow. Any takers?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.
Duh!


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wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Almost caught up, but they are closing the library.

I leave on Tuesday to meet some friends in the valley. It will still be really hot, but not much I can do about it. We will still have fun.

I've had a great time in Squamish. Long routes, short routes, bouldering. I'm sharing a tent sight with a Slovenian guy who climbs 8b+, he's been refining my technique and I've been teaching him how to trad climb. It's been great meeting other climbers.

Nearly onsighted my first .11 on gear. Monday is the last day, I really hope I send it. I could stay here for a few more weeks, easy!

Pix to come.
So why not stay?

I'm sure you could persuade the Slovenian guy to stay.

I didn't think your gate swung that way though.

Friends are coming to the valley to climb and asked if I'd come. It's one of those things that I can't miss...you know how it is. They are good friends.

As far as the gate thing goes....I don't have a snappy response right now.
If they were that good of freinds they wouldn't be dragging you away from a primo area to climb in a sweat box.

haha, they aren't. But with them coming out to climb and me in the general area on a road trip...I can't not show up. They were excited when I left and want to see how it's going.

Whatever, you can't go wrong either way...beatz the hell out of a job!

just because yore on the west coast of north america does not mean your in the general area.


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epoch wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
22 hours
The site says it was only 6 min.
u r wrong.
Nearly 24 hours?


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I didn't drop him. But we did do a pretty good tour of Donner and the Truckee crags. I am too tired to mess with photos, but they will be out this week. Off to the Leap tomorrow. Any takers?
Perhaps you could jump with Rose?


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snoopy138 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Almost caught up, but they are closing the library.

I leave on Tuesday to meet some friends in the valley. It will still be really hot, but not much I can do about it. We will still have fun.

I've had a great time in Squamish. Long routes, short routes, bouldering. I'm sharing a tent sight with a Slovenian guy who climbs 8b+, he's been refining my technique and I've been teaching him how to trad climb. It's been great meeting other climbers.

Nearly onsighted my first .11 on gear. Monday is the last day, I really hope I send it. I could stay here for a few more weeks, easy!

Pix to come.
So why not stay?

I'm sure you could persuade the Slovenian guy to stay.

I didn't think your gate swung that way though.

Friends are coming to the valley to climb and asked if I'd come. It's one of those things that I can't miss...you know how it is. They are good friends.

As far as the gate thing goes....I don't have a snappy response right now.
If they were that good of freinds they wouldn't be dragging you away from a primo area to climb in a sweat box.

haha, they aren't. But with them coming out to climb and me in the general area on a road trip...I can't not show up. They were excited when I left and want to see how it's going.

Whatever, you can't go wrong either way...beatz the hell out of a job!

just because yore on the west coast of north america does not mean your in the general area.
He won't listen.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.
durr...


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.
That simply won't do.

Looks like you are on your own.
Na.. he still has the pup to go home to at the end of the day.


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snoopy138 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
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Almost caught up, but they are closing the library.

I leave on Tuesday to meet some friends in the valley. It will still be really hot, but not much I can do about it. We will still have fun.

I've had a great time in Squamish. Long routes, short routes, bouldering. I'm sharing a tent sight with a Slovenian guy who climbs 8b+, he's been refining my technique and I've been teaching him how to trad climb. It's been great meeting other climbers.

Nearly onsighted my first .11 on gear. Monday is the last day, I really hope I send it. I could stay here for a few more weeks, easy!

Pix to come.
So why not stay?

I'm sure you could persuade the Slovenian guy to stay.

I didn't think your gate swung that way though.

Friends are coming to the valley to climb and asked if I'd come. It's one of those things that I can't miss...you know how it is. They are good friends.

As far as the gate thing goes....I don't have a snappy response right now.
If they were that good of freinds they wouldn't be dragging you away from a primo area to climb in a sweat box.

haha, they aren't. But with them coming out to climb and me in the general area on a road trip...I can't not show up. They were excited when I left and want to see how it's going.

Whatever, you can't go wrong either way...beatz the hell out of a job!

just because yore on the west coast of north america does not mean your in the general area.
iz tru^^

not like the east coast at all, is it?


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I didn't drop him. But we did do a pretty good tour of Donner and the Truckee crags. I am too tired to mess with photos, but they will be out this week. Off to the Leap tomorrow. Any takers?
Perhaps you could jump with while holding Rose in your teeth?


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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).
Why not just rap in and clean and bolt it?

Ground up man. Ground up.


Outside of difficulties finding the topout from above, and the time it would take to climb another route to the top (much faster than walking around), there's no need to rap to clean or finish the line as there really are no deathblocks that are goign the treaten us completing the route ground up. If there was undue risk to complete the FA ground up, sure we'd rap in, clean, bolt where needed, ect. But, when there is no need for that why not do it in a better style. Right.


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stymingersfink wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I'm so goddamned bored. One call. 7.25 hours.
Again, what is bad for you is good for the greater society...
Yes, but I need the requisite number of calls in order to be able to offer a greater contribution to the good of society. They can be bullshit calls, I just need them.
What is the number?Angelic
Fifty. I got six more today, so I am up to 45... with one shift left in a relatively quiet area.
I meant the phone number
nine one one.
That simply won't do.

Looks like you are on your own.
Na.. he still has the pup to go home to at the end of the day.
I was talking about making false calls so he could get in his 50.


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Unless his dog can do that.


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).
Why not just rap in and clean and bolt it?

Ground up man. Ground up.


Outside of difficulties finding the topout from above, and the time it would take to climb another route to the top (much faster than walking around), there's no need to rap to clean or finish the line as there really are no deathblocks that are goign the treaten us completing the route ground up. If there was undue risk to complete the FA ground up, sure we'd rap in, clean, bolt where needed, ect. But, when there is no need for that why not do it in a better style. Right.
Right.


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).
Why not just rap in and clean and bolt it?

Ground up man. Ground up.


Outside of difficulties finding the topout from above, and the time it would take to climb another route to the top (much faster than walking around), there's no need to rap to clean or finish the line as there really are no deathblocks that are goign the treaten us completing the route ground up. If there was undue risk to complete the FA ground up, sure we'd rap in, clean, bolt where needed, ect. But, when there is no need for that why not do it in a better style. Right.
If you rap down the wrong place you can just clean and bolt the line for your next route.


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chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).
Why not just rap in and clean and bolt it?

Ground up man. Ground up.


Outside of difficulties finding the topout from above, and the time it would take to climb another route to the top (much faster than walking around), there's no need to rap to clean or finish the line as there really are no deathblocks that are goign the treaten us completing the route ground up. If there was undue risk to complete the FA ground up, sure we'd rap in, clean, bolt where needed, ect. But, when there is no need for that why not do it in a better style. Right.
If you rap down the wrong place you can just clean and bolt the line for your next route.

Then we're right back to the style thing.


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the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
the_climber wrote:
stymingersfink wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So, I just realized that next weekend is a long weekend, and I still haven't given a good thought about where Nathan and I should head to (I'm not sure if he's thought about it either).

We've been mostly sport climbing this summer, so some place like Rumney would be good, but I'm also thinking about the Daks or maybe the Gunks.

Has anyone here bothered making plans yet?
Geo's on the Grand Canyon for two weeks, I'm supposed to pull up carpet and install some bamboo flooring while she's gone.

So... I guess that's what I'm doing.Pirate

With any luck I'll finishing the route I've been working on is what I'll be doing... oh, and drinking my face off at the Canmore Highland Games.
There was some highland renaissance festival near Detroit last weekend. They were talking about it while I was driving through.

Canmore games are one of the bigest in the area. Should be good. Hoping that i get in free again this year. They typically mistake me for a competator there.


Just found out that after close inspection of photo's and the cliff my climbing partner is certain that we are only about 30m (or less) from the top of the cliff on the new route! Whoo! That means that next day out there we should be able to push it to the top, clean a bit of the to dangerous to clean while leading and seconding blocks on rap, and possibly do the full clean accent! the only pitch that we hanev't climbed clean yet is the one we're working on right now, pitch 4 (pitch 5 if you don't have a 70m rope).
Why not just rap in and clean and bolt it?

Ground up man. Ground up.


Outside of difficulties finding the topout from above, and the time it would take to climb another route to the top (much faster than walking around), there's no need to rap to clean or finish the line as there really are no deathblocks that are goign the treaten us completing the route ground up. If there was undue risk to complete the FA ground up, sure we'd rap in, clean, bolt where needed, ect. But, when there is no need for that why not do it in a better style. Right.
If you rap down the wrong place you can just clean and bolt the line for your next route.

Then we're right back to the style thing.
what can ya say... some folk have none.


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Headed up to new hampshire for the weekend.
I hate you and I hope it rained the whole time!!

How was it?


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Headed up to new hampshire for the weekend.
Have fun in the rain...

we got pounded last night. An intersection in the next town over was completely washed out. heh, washed out - kind of like...

yeah not really climbing this weekend. sort of a family get together.
Speaking of which, you interested in cathedral/WH on september 28th?

In that case....I take it back. I don't hate you, I pity you.


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Have that interview/meeting about the new jorb thisafternoon.




Wish me luck.
good luck (a little late but..) did you get the jorb?


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obsessed wrote:
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Have that interview/meeting about the new jorb thisafternoon.




Wish me luck.
good luck (a little late but..) did you get the jorb?
He getted the jorb.


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snoopy138 wrote:
obsessed wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
obsessed wrote:
.
I saw the classic bands when I was in college. Any guesses which ones?
The Beetles and the Rolling Stones?
CCR

Jimi Hendrix

The Grateful Dead

Jefferson Airplane

and lets not forget....


The Monkees
Okay, you are not allowed to guess anymore.

Chuck Berry?
whoa. I wasn't expecting that to be dug up. Then I realized its snupe, lagging behind even me.


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snoopy138 wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
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I'm bored.

I know I should go do something useful, like paint the bathroom, but I may or may not be going bouldering in a couple of hours (waiting for my friend to call).

Ya know what? I hate Southern Ontario. I couldn't find anyone who would go sport climbing with me this weekend.

*pout*
Cheesetits is not going to show up if you want to go bouldering. History reinforces this.
I'm going to bolt some shit in a few hours. Waiting for the rain to pass right now.
Grrrr
It wasn't me she was waiting for. She does have more than one friend
And indeed I did go bouldering. I had a better time yesterday than Saturday, my arms are tight and my shoulders a little sore.

Kelly, I still can't get through the backstroke crux, but I might be getting closer.

By the fall we will nail that suka!!
Its my grip strength that keeps failing me. Either I need to get on it all the time, or I've got to find slopers I can actually hang on to in the basement and set up some sort of system wall section.

Problem in question from three years ago (for any that might be interested):
[image]http://photos-b.ak.facebook.com/photos-ak-sf2p/v58/8/85/502206225/n502206225_11545_3313.jpg[/image]

is this the only boulder problem in Southern Ontario? Don't get me rong, it looks fun, but I think I've scene about 75 pictures of this and zero of other problemz.
It would appear that way wouldn't it? I think its because its down by the river and we mostly chill there and have time to take pictures.


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Almost caught up, but they are closing the library.

I leave on Tuesday to meet some friends in the valley. It will still be really hot, but not much I can do about it. We will still have fun.

I've had a great time in Squamish. Long routes, short routes, bouldering. I'm sharing a tent sight with a Slovenian guy who climbs 8b+, he's been refining my technique and I've been teaching him how to trad climb. It's been great meeting other climbers.

Nearly onsighted my first .11 on gear. Monday is the last day, I really hope I send it. I could stay here for a few more weeks, easy!

Pix to come.
Going to the valley?!?! didn't you just get to squish? hrmm You must be in the valley by now then.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
obsessed wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
obsessed wrote:
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I saw the classic bands when I was in college. Any guesses which ones?
The Beetles and the Rolling Stones?
CCR

Jimi Hendrix

The Grateful Dead

Jefferson Airplane

and lets not forget....


The Monkees
Okay, you are not allowed to guess anymore.

Chuck Berry?

Mozart?
Okay, not funny anymore! And it was the WHO damnit!!! And I can't believe they are still touring. They are coming to this area and people are actually buying tickets! Who wants to watch a bunch of old guys play rock and roll? Besides I'd have to be stoned and I'm a good girl now Angelic


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Friday, got a new Jorb.
Saturday, got roasted by the sun heading going out the one of the routes we're working on. Decided it was too hot to start climbing, worked on improving/building the trail into the climbs (one climb is already completed, 3 more on the go). Played lumberjack and cleaed fallen trees, played stone mason/excavator and improved a 20m section accross the access ledge to make the portion safe (death fall if you slipped). Finally got on the climb, massive thunderstorm, quick retreat. Had to lower out my partner so the ropes wouldn't get blown into a tangled mess, then rapped myself. Rain jacked was left by acciden on a tree at the base of the route... I was soaked.
Sunday, house work then drove out to meet a couple buddies on their way down an easy (but long day) alpine-ish peak. I was even going to pack in some extra water and beer for them, but their jeep wasn't in the parking lot... they had their oun delays with car trouble. Ran into them on the drive out. Decided to go do an easy scramble, but found out I was still dehydrated from Saturday despite drinking 4.5L of water Saturday... I found out when I got a MASSIVE leg cramp. That hurt, landing on my side hurt too. Damn thing cramped so fast it literally tossed me to the side. Hiking down hurt more.


That about sums it up.
Congrats on the jorb Brendan! Is that the one where you are going to be out driving around looking at biology crap or something?


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Bec cleaned up another one of her projects on Sunday.
yeah becs! Betcha you've done a few more since then?


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I sent 3 12's in a day. woo hoo!


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obsessed wrote:
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Friday, got a new Jorb.
Saturday, got roasted by the sun heading going out the one of the routes we're working on. Decided it was too hot to start climbing, worked on improving/building the trail into the climbs (one climb is already completed, 3 more on the go). Played lumberjack and cleaed fallen trees, played stone mason/excavator and improved a 20m section accross the access ledge to make the portion safe (death fall if you slipped). Finally got on the climb, massive thunderstorm, quick retreat. Had to lower out my partner so the ropes wouldn't get blown into a tangled mess, then rapped myself. Rain jacked was left by acciden on a tree at the base of the route... I was soaked.
Sunday, house work then drove out to meet a couple buddies on their way down an easy (but long day) alpine-ish peak. I was even going to pack in some extra water and beer for them, but their jeep wasn't in the parking lot... they had their oun delays with car trouble. Ran into them on the drive out. Decided to go do an easy scramble, but found out I was still dehydrated from Saturday despite drinking 4.5L of water Saturday... I found out when I got a MASSIVE leg cramp. That hurt, landing on my side hurt too. Damn thing cramped so fast it literally tossed me to the side. Hiking down hurt more.


That about sums it up.
Congrats on the jorb Brendan! Is that the one where you are going to be out driving around looking at biology crap or something?

No, biology is my brother Myles' thing. I'm the geologist of the family.


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I sent 3 12's in a day. woo hoo!

And you are? Who the hell are you? WTF are you doing here?













STFU Butter-churning-donny!


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obsessed wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
obsessed wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
obsessed wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
I'm bored.

I know I should go do something useful, like paint the bathroom, but I may or may not be going bouldering in a couple of hours (waiting for my friend to call).

Ya know what? I hate Southern Ontario. I couldn't find anyone who would go sport climbing with me this weekend.

*pout*
Cheesetits is not going to show up if you want to go bouldering. History reinforces this.
I'm going to bolt some shit in a few hours. Waiting for the rain to pass right now.
Grrrr
It wasn't me she was waiting for. She does have more than one friend
And indeed I did go bouldering. I had a better time yesterday than Saturday, my arms are tight and my shoulders a little sore.

Kelly, I still can't get through the backstroke crux, but I might be getting closer.

By the fall we will nail that suka!!
Its my grip strength that keeps failing me. Either I need to get on it all the time, or I've got to find slopers I can actually hang on to in the basement and set up some sort of system wall section.

Problem in question from three years ago (for any that might be interested):
[image]http://photos-b.ak.facebook.com/photos-ak-sf2p/v58/8/85/502206225/n502206225_11545_3313.jpg[/image]

is this the only boulder problem in Southern Ontario? Don't get me rong, it looks fun, but I think I've scene about 75 pictures of this and zero of other problemz.
It would appear that way wouldn't it? I think its because its down by the river and we mostly chill there and have time to take pictures.
Speaking of which....it looks like I'm headed down to the glen today with a girl from RC.com if there's anyway you can make it down there today Kelly. Now that it's cooling down we're going to have to make an effort to get there a bit more I guess.


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