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imnotclever


Oct 22, 2009, 12:33 PM
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I see my picture went dead on me. I just did a google search for apron man. It was the first one.

Anyway looking at the link, of course it hosted by a porn site.

So I look. and there is this

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Thus, it does not entirely surpass belief that in some rude provincial medical facility in Russia, the medical staff might maintain what certainly looks to be a rectal foreign bodies trophy wall:

fusilli jerry was not there.


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Oct 22, 2009, 12:34 PM
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
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kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.

Looks like they are different. Banana Peppers are the milder ones and the Wax Pepper, or The Hungarian Horntail, is hotter - though still a mild pepper.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

I'm not too much of a spicey food liker, but the longer I live in Texas and also cook for my wife (who loves spice) the better my tolerance gets and therefore the more I can enjoy the flavor without tasking nothing after the first burning mouthful. I reckon my tolerance since being in Texas has increased by about 100 fold. I was told that the pointier the jalepeno, the hotter it is.


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Oct 22, 2009, 1:47 PM
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.
I've heard them called wax Hungarian or Banana.

So, we grew hot Hungarian and sweet Hungarian in the garden this year. Damned if I remember which plant is which though, and they look identical. Only saving grace is that the hot one is actually really mild as far as "hot" peppers go.


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Oct 22, 2009, 1:48 PM
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kachoong wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

I'm not too much of a spicey food liker, but the longer I live in Texas and also cook for my wife (who loves spice) the better my tolerance gets and therefore the more I can enjoy the flavor without tasking nothing after the first burning mouthful. I reckon my tolerance since being in Texas has increased by about 100 fold. I was told that the pointier the jalepeno, the hotter it is.

This is correct. That is, if it's pointy like a Thai or Cayenne pepper because it is in-fact a Thai or Cayenne pepper, then it will be hotter than a jalapeno. Otherwise I don't think the point means much of anything.


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imnotclever wrote:
fusilli jerry was not there.
I forget if we told you guys what I got Nathan to name his "project" climb from this summer - the one with the really really hard move at the beginning that he's only managed to do once. Thankfully he had worked out the rest of the route so he only had to do that first move once. It was super low percentage.

I thought the name Assman went well with that move.


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So, we grew hot Hungarian and sweet Hungarian in the garden this year. Damned if I remember which plant is which though, and they look identical. Only saving grace is that the hot one is actually really mild as far as "hot" peppers go.

Heh, that's kinda funny. You could have just had Chossy fondle a pepper in each hand and then go Cup da Ballz. Whichever ball getz hott would be the Hot Hungarian.


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Oct 22, 2009, 1:53 PM
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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[IMG]http://i232.photobucket.com/albums/ee274/chossmonkey/rrg071.jpg[/IMG]
What route?
Looks like a pretty crappy area.

You still seem to be climbing pretty well for working so much.
I am falling in that pic.

I didn't RP the root. I did onsight from the ground to the first bolt, from the last bolt to the anchors, and also the big ghey rest in the middle.
Yeah but you're still working .13b for kirssake, and you're sending .13a on the weekend.
Says who?

Sides, the ghey rest is supposed to cut the grade a letter and then I figured out a better way to do the hardest move, so its probably only 12+
I have spies everywhere.

Ah, this is the route with the ghey rest. If it was only 12+, why didn't you send?Tongue

A lot of things go it to sending a difficult route....

Sometimes you sess, sometimes you get sessed. #6.

Now lets talk about any of your big sends? oh that's rite, you haven't actually sent anything.
I've sent lots of things.
Anything hard?

BTW...


You climbing poorly doesn't make them hard.
At least I don't fall off things I should send!!Wink
*cough*bullshit*cough*

~~take!
Until you match me send for send, don't judge.
I call it as I see it.


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imnotclever wrote:
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I made your subject line much happier.

Well I will be in Kansas in a couple hours so he'll will certainly be longer for me.

Not a lot of climbing so lets hope there are at least some loose women there.

There R.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.

banana/wax peppers are completely different, and are not hot whatsoever.

a little research says they're called guero peppers. apparently they're less hot than jalapenos, though they've always seemed hotter to me.


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.

banana/wax peppers are completely different, and are not hot whatsoever.

a little research says they're called guero peppers. apparently they're less hot than jalapenos, though they've always seemed hotter to me.

Yore rong.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.

banana/wax peppers are completely different, and are not hot whatsoever.

a little research says they're called guero peppers. apparently they're less hot than jalapenos, though they've always seemed hotter to me.

Yore rong.

abowt which poynte?

that they're guero peppers is kerect. banana peppers are completely different, and while gueros are sometimes called wax peppers they are different from the hungarian wax pepper.




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Yore out of your element!!!!

Sweet Hungarian (unripe):


Banana (fairly ripe):


Odd thing is that when google Banana peppers they show a lot of yellowish, unripe peppers.


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Yore out of your element!!!!

Sweet Hungarian (unripe):


Banana (fairly ripe):


Odd thing is that when google Banana peppers they show a lot of yellowish, unripe peppers.

the pepper in my post is a guero. which seems to be different from either of yours.


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snoopy138 wrote:
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meatdex?

Double meatdex. ONe guy had a bolt clipped and hit.

The other guy was on a tard crack. It was a split corner, straight up. He had a cam in there with an unnecessary 2' sling. He climbed above his piece, and blew it. skidded down but he was high enough the rope never came tight. He climbed into meatdex range. without the sling he might have gotten a catch.

Did #2 have a full rack of Link cams?

We saw some guys extending all their pieces. Total fucking gumbies. they placed the first piece pretty low then put a 2' sling on it. They were in meatdeck range about as soon as they started climbing again.
He had a full rack of LCs?
At least doubles, possibly tripples.

I had never seen that many at once before. Even in a gear shop. All four sizes. All shiny and new.

that's insane. was that teh entire rack?
They may have had nutz.


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.

banana/wax peppers are completely different, and are not hot whatsoever.

a little research says they're called guero peppers. apparently they're less hot than jalapenos, though they've always seemed hotter to me.

Yore rong.

abowt which poynte?

that they're guero peppers is kerect. banana peppers are completely different, and while gueros are sometimes called wax peppers they are different from the hungarian wax pepper.

[image]http://www.foodsubs.com/Photos/cyellowpepper.jpg[/image]

rong again.


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camhead wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
I made your subject line much happier.

Well I will be in Kansas in a couple hours so he'll will certainly be longer for me.

Not a lot of climbing so lets hope there are at least some loose women there.

See Eye! If you bivied in KS last night, check this place out. It even gets into Sherman's "Stone Crusade," since it's the only rock in Kansas. I've always wanted to make the 20 mile detour off I-70 to check it out, but I'm always too sick of KS by that point.

http://mountainproject.com/...ity_kansas/105918401
I've always meant to stop there, but I always skip kansas all together


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
jakedatc wrote:
gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
They're hot for someone that doesn't do well with hot, but three jalapenos and two cayennes usually just give the Burrito mix a nice zip.

But there was no zip for me. Unsure

The jalepeno varies substantially in spice level, it's why it's not a popular pepper for cooking. They're usually ate solo or chopped up and put in something. Kinda like Shishito.

Was your cayenne dried? I've never seen fresh cayenne. I'd highly recommend Thai peppers, they're fairly stable and have a better taste that just about any other, IMHO. They are a step up in spice though. Habenero is good for cooking too but I'm not crazy about the flava.

you're turning more into Martha every day.

These are things I figured out while developing my Sphincters of Syphilis Chili recipe a couple years ago.

hey blutarski, those tasty little yellow hot peppers that are usually sitting out at burrito places and hamburger shacks ... what are they?

Wax peppers or banana peppers. I've heard both names used but I'm not sure if they're synonomous. Most of them aren't hot whatsoever, but every once in awhile you find some that are, so I'm assuming it's different strains.

banana/wax peppers are completely different, and are not hot whatsoever.

a little research says they're called guero peppers. apparently they're less hot than jalapenos, though they've always seemed hotter to me.

could it be the vinegar they are pickled in?


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chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
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Matt or jay - you want a free pair of mammut shoes? they're new, size 12, since I might see you guys next week...velcro...i don't know what the model is.
12 is too big for my foot. Probably Matt's too.
Matt could make some fruitbootz with them?
I was thinking wall shoes.
And there lies your problem.
But fruit boots are ok?
Yes, cuz you can use them to climb hard mixed roots
Oh, I see what you're saying now. I thought you were telling me to fabricate them into fruit boots or something...

wall climbing 1z fun!!1

WTF else would I have been telling you to do with them?

Make fruitbootz NOW!!!!


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camhead wrote:
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meatdex?

Double meatdex. ONe guy had a bolt clipped and hit.

The other guy was on a tard crack. It was a split corner, straight up. He had a cam in there with an unnecessary 2' sling. He climbed above his piece, and blew it. skidded down but he was high enough the rope never came tight. He climbed into meatdex range. without the sling he might have gotten a catch.

Did #2 have a full rack of Link cams?

We saw some guys extending all their pieces. Total fucking gumbies. they placed the first piece pretty low then put a 2' sling on it. They were in meatdeck range about as soon as they started climbing again.
He had a full rack of LCs?
At least doubles, possibly tripples.

I had never seen that many at once before. Even in a gear shop. All four sizes. All shiny and new.
Wow.
I'm trying to think of the last time I saw a LC on a strangers rack...they really aren't super common quite yet...

Didn't james from canadia have Link cams? i mean sure you were both showing off racks at the sport crag but still

that was me. and he did not.
woops.. i got lost in the quotes and thought doc said that :P
he did have cow bells though didn't he..

CLANG CLANG CLANG PEEEEETTEERRRRRRRR
I wouldn't run up a limestone gear climb without them....though I don't embarrass myself by bringing them to other areas.

because of the irregularity of the limestone placements?

Heh. I just don't embarrass myself by climbing limestone trad.
ewe would never be able to handle it eh?


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kachoong wrote:
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gahh.. rumney is going to be nice sun-mon this weekend but too busy
I'm hoping I'll be in good enough condition to head out climbing on the weekend.

I cooked up this burrito mix last night. Put 5 hot peppers into the mix (Jalapeno and Cayenne). Couldn't understand why it wasn't spicy. Turns out I can't taste much right now.

U will pay!! Shocked

Jalapeno are not 'hot' peppers.
The ones we grow are.


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chossmonkey wrote:
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meatdex?

Double meatdex. ONe guy had a bolt clipped and hit.

The other guy was on a tard crack. It was a split corner, straight up. He had a cam in there with an unnecessary 2' sling. He climbed above his piece, and blew it. skidded down but he was high enough the rope never came tight. He climbed into meatdex range. without the sling he might have gotten a catch.

Did #2 have a full rack of Link cams?

We saw some guys extending all their pieces. Total fucking gumbies. they placed the first piece pretty low then put a 2' sling on it. They were in meatdeck range about as soon as they started climbing again.
He had a full rack of LCs?
At least doubles, possibly tripples.

I had never seen that many at once before. Even in a gear shop. All four sizes. All shiny and new.

that's insane. was that teh entire rack?
They may have had nutz.

that's really retarded.


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blort


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I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.


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blort

yes?


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I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.


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chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Matt or jay - you want a free pair of mammut shoes? they're new, size 12, since I might see you guys next week...velcro...i don't know what the model is.
12 is too big for my foot. Probably Matt's too.
Matt could make some fruitbootz with them?
I was thinking wall shoes.
And there lies your problem.
But fruit boots are ok?
Yes, cuz you can use them to climb hard mixed roots
Oh, I see what you're saying now. I thought you were telling me to fabricate them into fruit boots or something...

wall climbing 1z fun!!1

WTF else would I have been telling you to do with them?

Make fruitbootz NOW!!!!
That would be quite the job and I'm pretty sure I'd end up with nothing but a wrecked pair of shoes.


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I'm trying to download some free software for floor design from the competitor of the company we use at work.

Its not working well though. First download didn't seem to work.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.


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neither did the second.


Its just starting to seem too much like work.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.
sounds dirty.


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like PTFTWs


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all those links are supposed to go offline soon.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.
sounds dirty.
some like it a little dirty


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dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.

That's why I just get delivery, that shit is never hot.


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I'm trying to download some free software for floor design from the competitor of the company we use at work.

You don't have to lie to us man.


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chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.

You dirty dirty rice grain. You like that don't ya? yeah you do. Dirty rice grain.


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all those links are supposed to go offline soon.

geocities, or the links to your compeitor's floor plans?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.

You dirty dirty rice grain. You like that don't ya? yeah you do. Dirty rice grain.

That's all you got Mike? Really? Lame!


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.

You dirty dirty rice grain. You like that don't ya? yeah you do. Dirty rice grain.

That's all you got Mike? Really? Lame!

Aren't you supposed to be doing homework?
I know I am.


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climbs4fun wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
I really hate cooking dinner that takes a while when I am hungry. Only 20 minutes to go.
I really hate cooking pizza when I am really hungery. It takes forever, then when its done I always burn my mouth cuz I'm too impatient to wait for it to cool enough to eat.
I made dirty rice with sausage. It took about 35 minutes.
It is delicious.

You dirty dirty rice grain. You like that don't ya? yeah you do. Dirty rice grain.

That's all you got Mike? Really? Lame!

Aren't you supposed to be doing homework?
I know I am.

Surprisingly, the paper is over halfway complete.


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You are in school again?


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You are in school again?

Are you new here?


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?


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I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.


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I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.

however, blutarski is driving up teh 405 to teh 5 to teh 14 to teh 395 today. doesn't help me in the least.


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You are in school again?

Are you new here?

School'd?


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

I'm sure he wood have explicitly stated they were free if so.


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I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.

In this economy, with the jiant Socak population, there must be dozens of such peeplez.


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I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.

however, blutarski is driving up teh 405 to teh 5 to teh 14 to teh 395 today. doesn't help me in the least.

Woo! Schattz Bakery!


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.

however, blutarski is driving up teh 405 to teh 5 to teh 14 to teh 395 today. doesn't help me in the least.

Woo! Schattz Bakery!

Gonna get me a loaf at Schatts.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.

however, blutarski is driving up teh 405 to teh 5 to teh 14 to teh 395 today. doesn't help me in the least.

Woo! Schattz Bakery!

Gonna get me a loaf at Schatts.

*Schattz schatts pantz in daily routine*


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

Warm Schattz FTW!


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Woo!!!


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Weke-owld rock-hard Schatt slung chockstone


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Better back it up with the pumpernickel.


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Better back it up with the pumpernickel.

And a bran muffin to take care of the back up.


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I think that's enough Schattz-related double entendre for one weke.


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

$38 closeouts - like this http://gearx.com/...oes-size-8-only.html but lace up, I might have gotten the last lace up.


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I need gnu sh00z. unfortunately, I'm pretty seriously opposed to paying $140 for new anasazis. somebody needz to geaux to teh 5.10 owtlet. you know, somebody in socak, with no jorb, who might be driving owt teh 10 east on a friday anyweigh.

however, blutarski is driving up teh 405 to teh 5 to teh 14 to teh 395 today. doesn't help me in the least.

Woo! Schattz Bakery!

Gonna get me a loaf at Schatts.

I sea you are going to take all of the hits at this one by yourself.


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

36 and rain/snow/sleet here right now. <--- worst possible weather. Actually 33 would make it the worst (freezing rain).


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Better back it up with the pumpernickel.

And a bran muffin to take care of the back up.

bran will not help!!


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

$38 closeouts - like this http://gearx.com/...oes-size-8-only.html but lace up, I might have gotten the last lace up.

This iz akzeptable.


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

$38 closeouts - like this http://gearx.com/...oes-size-8-only.html but lace up, I might have gotten the last lace up.

Hold the fuk up...

You wear size 8??!?!?!

Hah!

*pats INC on the head*

That's so cute.


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

actually, it'll be a bit chilly up that high. don't take jo.


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

$38 closeouts - like this http://gearx.com/...oes-size-8-only.html but lace up, I might have gotten the last lace up.

Hold the fuk up...

You wear size 8??!?!?!

Hah!

*pats INC on the head*

That's so cute.

I'm not A bunion!!!!


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east side, eh?


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

Bishop. Mammoth will be 60s.

Hoping to get on rope, but if so there's a good chance it'll just be baby-sitting the Romper Room.


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

actually, it'll be a bit chilly up that high. don't take jo.

Deb has also declared her hatred for teh coldz.


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So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

$38 closeouts - like this http://gearx.com/...oes-size-8-only.html but lace up, I might have gotten the last lace up.

Hold the fuk up...

You wear size 8??!?!?!

Hah!

*pats INC on the head*

That's so cute.

I'm not A bunion!!!!

Well, seeing as how my last bunion jumped ship we do have an opening. What size jester hat do you wear?


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east side, eh?

*throws up East Side gangsta sign*


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

actually, it'll be a bit chilly up that high. don't take jo.

Deb has also declared her hatred for teh coldz.

well, yore screwed then. there would be much confusionz if you and jason both runnoft.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

actually, it'll be a bit chilly up that high. don't take jo.

Deb has also declared her hatred for teh coldz.

well, yore screwed then. there would be much confusionz if you and jason both runnoft.

actually, they'd probibly just hang owt in mammoth and not climb.


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Romper room?

Yore tawkin bout teh harrpie boulders!


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Romper room?

Yore tawkin bout teh harrpie boulders!
http://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

Bishop. Mammoth will be 60s.

Hoping to get on rope, but if so there's a good chance it'll just be baby-sitting the Romper Room.

Nice grupe? Or sokak meetup grupe?


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imnotclever wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
imnotclever wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
imnotclever wrote:
So there should be gnu shoes at my house for me when I get home from work. Whoo. I hope they fit.

free?

$38 closeouts - like this http://gearx.com/...oes-size-8-only.html but lace up, I might have gotten the last lace up.

Hold the fuk up...

You wear size 8??!?!?!

Hah!

*pats INC on the head*

That's so cute.

I'm not A bunion!!!!

Well, seeing as how my last bunion jumped ship we do have an opening. What size jester hat do you wear?

smaller than you would think, apparently.


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east side, eh?

*throws up East Side gangsta sign*

*retarded spider*


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whoo!


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baked gudz!


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I wish I had links to the various retarded spider bomz. They were gud. The one of the kids in their mom's living room was classic.


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As was Mike's douchebag room-mate.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

Bishop. Mammoth will be 60s.

Hoping to get on rope, but if so there's a good chance it'll just be baby-sitting the Romper Room.

Nice grupe? Or sokak meetup grupe?

Baby sitting Romper Room = Climbing with Nice Group


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east side, eh?

*throws up East Side gangsta sign*

*retarded spider*

HAHAHAHA

That brought back some GUd memories.


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I wish I had links to the various retarded spider bomz. They were gud. The one of the kids in their mom's living room was classic.

Real gangstas have vines in tehir living room


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Jay...sorry, I don't have intrawebs at teh homestead...this weekend won't work (little brothers swim meet...then sailing wif the pops)

Matt and I are meeting up friday, maybe i can stay south with gramma and climb again saturday? just need to be back for trick or treating so it would be just a morning thing.


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?


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Jay...sorry, I don't have intrawebs at teh homestead...this weekend won't work (little brothers swim meet...then sailing wif the pops)

Matt and I are meeting up friday, maybe i can stay south with gramma and climb again saturday? just need to be back for trick or treating so it would be just a morning thing.

I was going to text you - still might.

This weekend looks like a fat no for climbing. We're expected 1 -3 inches of rain tomorrow. Indoorz it iz. Next Saturday sounds gUd. Though it'd have to be early for me too as I need to get Emma out for craploadsofunnecessary sugar night.

Stoopid Peagan holiday.


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...


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dominic7 wrote:
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

Bishop. Mammoth will be 60s.

Hoping to get on rope, but if so there's a good chance it'll just be baby-sitting the Romper Room.

Nice grupe? Or sokak meetup grupe?

Nice Group.

I'm not going.


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east side, eh?

*throws up East Side gangsta sign*

*retarded spider*

heh


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As was Mike's douchebag room-mate.

the actual retarded spider.


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...

hey, isn't she meeting CI in teh creke?


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.




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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.


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Matt and I are meeting up friday, maybe i can stay south with gramma and climb again saturday? just need to be back for trick or treating so it would be just a morning thing.

Bow chicka bow wow...


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

Bishop. Mammoth will be 60s.

Hoping to get on rope, but if so there's a good chance it'll just be baby-sitting the Romper Room.

Nice grupe? Or sokak meetup grupe?

Nice Group.

I'm not going.

Hence, it should be nice.


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...

hey, isn't she meeting CI in teh creke?

Superb.


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epoch wrote:
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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...

hey, isn't she meeting CI in teh creke?

Superb.

FINALLY! Someone is going to get shot in the face!

I think it will be something like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGxPAUe65pI


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carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...

hey, isn't she meeting CI in teh creke?

Superb.

FINALLY! Someone is going to get shot in the face!

I think it will be something like this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGxPAUe65pI

or this..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgcLBc69l04


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shot in the dark


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maybe?


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maybe?
pro


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bolt


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sun faded tat


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epoch wrote:
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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


probably better than trusting me... with several


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Spose to be 80 degrees up there this weke-end

bishop, or mammoth?

you gonna get in anything larger than a bolder?

If it's that warm, my suggestion to grab Deb or Jo and head up the west face of cardinal pinn stands.

Bishop. Mammoth will be 60s.

Hoping to get on rope, but if so there's a good chance it'll just be baby-sitting the Romper Room.

Nice grupe? Or sokak meetup grupe?

Nice Group.

I'm not going.

Hence, it should be nice.

Hopefully there will be less niceties next weke end.


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?

WTF are you going to do with a gun??


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snoopy138 wrote:
epoch wrote:
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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...

hey, isn't she meeting CI in teh creke?

Uhoh.although it looks unlikely. I'm only doing 2 weeks this time so I'll probably be long gone if bailbiner isn't leaving Maine till the 1st.


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?

WTF are you going to do with a gun??

Ideally, kill you in the fase.


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Brent_E brought back chossy's magazines! It had only been, what, 2-3 yearz?


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caughtinside wrote:
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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?

WTF are you going to do with a gun??

shoot owt any logz in teh rode?


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all those links are supposed to go offline soon.

geocities, or the links to your compeitor's floor plans?
geoshitties


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east side, eh?

*throws up East Side gangsta sign*

*retarded spider*

HAHAHAHA

That brought back some GUd memories.

Laugh Wow... haven't seen that in a while!


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I wish I had links to the various retarded spider bomz. They were gud. The one of the kids in their mom's living room was classic.

Real gangstas have vines in tehir living room

Hydroponic vines! Cool


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Jay...sorry, I don't have intrawebs at teh homestead...this weekend won't work (little brothers swim meet...then sailing wif the pops)

Matt and I are meeting up friday, maybe i can stay south with gramma and climb again saturday? just need to be back for trick or treating so it would be just a morning thing.

I was going to text you - still might.

This weekend looks like a fat no for climbing. We're expected 1 -3 inches of rain tomorrow. Indoorz it iz. Next Saturday sounds gUd. Though it'd have to be early for me too as I need to get Emma out for craploadsofunnecessary sugar night.

Stoopid Peagan holiday.

Looks like you guys are getting what we had the day before yesterday.

Oh yeah... costume tyme... I'm prolly gonna be a Zombie this year.


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epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


...need to weight your front foot more...


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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?

WTF are you going to do with a gun??
Hopefully learning how to properly handle and use it.


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camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Love that moofie!! Oh man!! I bought the Bluray and they did a great job and converting it. Really awesome to watch, especially the long chase scene in the truck.


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kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


...need to weight your front foot more...
you were gUd.
Three threads ago.


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kachoong wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


...need to weight your front foot more...
you were gUd.
Three threads ago.

Heh! Figured as much...


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Brent_E brought back chossy's magazines! It had only been, what, 2-3 yearz?
long enough for me to loose count.


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Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!


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Brent_E brought back chossy's magazines! It had only been, what, 2-3 yearz?
long enough for me to loose count.

Hopefully the pages aren't stuck together.


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So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.


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Brent_E brought back chossy's magazines! It had only been, what, 2-3 yearz?
long enough for me to loose count.

that was back when you guise were awl in teh OGBET regularly.


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So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.

PTFTW.


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So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.

PTFTW.
It was on to a bolt, so it was good. other than the skin, a clean fall.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.

PTFTW.
It was on to a bolt, so it was good. other than the skin, a clean fall.

much like I haz just one solid bolt of pro for teh PTFTW.


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camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt


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Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*


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Brent_E brought back chossy's magazines! It had only been, what, 2-3 yearz?
long enough for me to loose count.

Hopefully the pages aren't stuck together.
heh...


not those kind of magazines.


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So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.
Is becoming purulent anything like being insolent?


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curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.


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So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.
Is becoming purulent anything like being insolent?

well, apparently someone decided it was unprofessional for medical folks to call something pussy.


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Ah dunt wuntz to werk.

At least it is a rainy day. Not wasting a good one.


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chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.

[image]http://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v58/8/85/502206225/n502206225_11554_142.jpg[/image]

my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?


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snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?

I was thinking somewhere hear Hueco. Only because I know the chossmarmots have never been to NJC.


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.

[image]http://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v58/8/85/502206225/n502206225_11554_142.jpg[/image]

my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?

I was thinking somewhere hear Hueco. Only because I know the chossmarmots have never been to NJC.
Nathan's father lives over the hump, in Pahrump.


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Ah dunt wuntz to werk.

At least it is a rainy day. Not wasting a good one.

Me neither and it's not a rainy day. 85 and sunny. Perfect climbing day. But... I will be working.


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granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?

I was thinking somewhere hear Hueco. Only because I know the chossmarmots have never been to NJC.
Nathan's father lives over the hump, in Pahrump.
that explains why the terrain looks so familiar. It's close to here.


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kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.
Is becoming purulent anything like being insolent?

well, apparently someone decided it was unprofessional for medical folks to call something pussy.

Your ankle must smell kinda funny then...


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granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?

I was thinking somewhere hear Hueco. Only because I know the chossmarmots have never been to NJC.
Nathan's father lives over the hump, in Pahrump.

Hey GG, I was going through old pics the last couple of days and found the ones from the 2007 NRR. Did we ever send you guys the few pics we got of you?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
So i slipped off of a gnarly heel hook last weekend, and skinned my ankle.
Still ain't healed, and is now becoming purulent.
Good times.
Is becoming purulent anything like being insolent?

well, apparently someone decided it was unprofessional for medical folks to call something pussy.

They were just mad that you ankle was getting pussy and they weren't.


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snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.

[image]http://photos-h.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v58/8/85/502206225/n502206225_11554_142.jpg[/image]

my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?
yeah


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?

I was thinking somewhere hear Hueco. Only because I know the chossmarmots have never been to NJC.
NJC is probably much closer


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Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.


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chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.


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kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.


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Ah dunt wuntz to werk.

At least it is a rainy day. Not wasting a good one.

Me neither and it's not a rainy day. 85 and sunny. Perfect climbing day. But... I will be working.
It's 54 and pouring rain.

Pouring...


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chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.


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kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.


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chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.



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kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.

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Looks steep for 30 degrees.


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chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.


Looks steep for 30 degrees.
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Ah dunt wuntz to werk.

At least it is a rainy day. Not wasting a good one.

Me neither and it's not a rainy day. 85 and sunny. Perfect climbing day. But... I will be working.
It's 54 and pouring rain.

Pouring...
similar, but warmer...
patient: "why do I have to get wet?"
Me: "because it is raining out, ma'am"


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kachoong wrote:
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kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.

2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.


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epoch wrote:
climbs4fun wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
Ah dunt wuntz to werk.

At least it is a rainy day. Not wasting a good one.

Me neither and it's not a rainy day. 85 and sunny. Perfect climbing day. But... I will be working.
It's 54 and pouring rain.

Pouring...
similar, but warmer...
patient: "why do I have to get wet?"
Me: "because it is raining out, ma'am"

haha. nice.

sent one lac to get stiches.. small eye lac to get checked out (finger in the eye.. ow) few other small stuff that only needed ice. Didn't rain until the B squads played.. Rugby is a weird game.


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kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.

In reply to:
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Looks steep for 30 degrees.

Yeah, my drawings suck... it's supposed to be 30 degrees, so the base wont be that far from the top.

That woody you show is cool lookin'. Self-supporting... I like the idea, but wasn't sure if it would hold up. I guess it does then. My plan is to cement steel poles as supports.


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2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.

Good advice, thanks! I was just going to use a 4x8 panel so I didn't have to saw it in half, but 2' of footboard is probably a good idea.

So I may end up deciding to do a 16'x8' frame afterall... go big or go home, eh?


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2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.

Good advice, thanks! I was just going to use a 4x8 panel so I didn't have to saw it in half, but 2' of footboard is probably a good idea.

So I may end up deciding to do a 16'x8' frame afterall... go big or go home, eh?

Yeah, I second the motion that 4 feet of kickboard is tuphar. Although with that size, you would be eliminating the need for scrunchy sitstarts on the steep wall.

As for the 16' x 8' frame, is this going to be in or outdoors? Either way, i would make it steeper than 30 degrees. 45, minimum. Go steep or go home


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kachoong wrote:
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chossmonkey wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.

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Looks steep for 30 degrees.

Yeah, my drawings suck... it's supposed to be 30 degrees, so the base wont be that far from the top.

That woody you show is cool lookin'. Self-supporting... I like the idea, but wasn't sure if it would hold up. I guess it does then. My plan is to cement steel poles as supports.
That big wall wasn't really made to last. It was some guy's summer training wall while away at work.

You could do similar but make it to last.


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2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.

Good advice, thanks! I was just going to use a 4x8 panel so I didn't have to saw it in half, but 2' of footboard is probably a good idea.

So I may end up deciding to do a 16'x8' frame afterall... go big or go home, eh?
Skip t3h kicker on a 30 degree.

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2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.

Good advice, thanks! I was just going to use a 4x8 panel so I didn't have to saw it in half, but 2' of footboard is probably a good idea.

So I may end up deciding to do a 16'x8' frame afterall... go big or go home, eh?

Yeah, I second the motion that 4 feet of kickboard is tuphar. Although with that size, you would be eliminating the need for scrunchy sitstarts on the steep wall.

As for the 16' x 8' frame, is this going to be in or outdoors? Either way, i would make it steeper than 30 degrees. 45, minimum. Go steep or go home

Depends on what you are doing. 30 would probably be a good angle to compromise between power and endurance training. Too steep and its just too steep. we have a 25 and a 60, most time is spent on the 25.


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2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.

Good advice, thanks! I was just going to use a 4x8 panel so I didn't have to saw it in half, but 2' of footboard is probably a good idea.

So I may end up deciding to do a 16'x8' frame afterall... go big or go home, eh?

Yeah, I second the motion that 4 feet of kickboard is tuphar. Although with that size, you would be eliminating the need for scrunchy sitstarts on the steep wall.

As for the 16' x 8' frame, is this going to be in or outdoors? Either way, i would make it steeper than 30 degrees. 45, minimum. Go steep or go home

Depends on what you are doing. 30 would probably be a good angle to compromise between power and endurance training. Too steep and its just too steep. we have a 25 and a 60, most time is spent on the 25.

Yeah, I guess that's true. And anything more than 35 or so would render sloper training difficult, if not impossible.

Here are a few pics of the co-op gym that I go to in Columbus. It makes pretty good use of a space that's barely bigger than a two-car garage.







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Oh, and I bought a gun.


Self defense on the raods, you know?
This aught to be interesting...
Well, I don't see how it could be any worse than putting a gun in my hands.


my gawd, that could be on the set of Road Warrior, it's so post apocalyptically desolate.

Pretty sure that's New Jack City. Only sport climbers and other misfits go there.

Curt
Pretty sure you are RONG!!!

Not even the correct state.

NV?

I was thinking somewhere hear Hueco. Only because I know the chossmarmots have never been to NJC.
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chossmonkey wrote:
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Got my free sample holds today... actually I have a few sets coming from various companies. It's great what a few emails can do... some of them look like big gummies! Yum!!
Free holdz!!!!!!

*shitz pantz in rage!!!!*

Yay!! I still have about two shipments coming. A couple of samples I had to pay shipping on, but I don't mind that. Best deal so far was SoIll... got three packs for $15... so 15 holds. The three Rock Candy sent were totally free but, for my wall, are footholds. Me no complain...
You should try and only use screw on jibs for feet. Unless your wall is tall enough to track.

Well, my plan is a 12' high x 8' wide frame at 30 degrees off vertical, with a 4' kickboard. You're right though, the main goal will be to have just screw jibs as feet, but I will probably get a few bolt-on feet. I plan on having about 128 t-nuts per 4x8 panel... that's 6" apart.
so you will have 16 feet of up?

8' seems narrow, figure there will be at least a foot on each side which really isn't climbable. My old wall was about 12'x12' it was good size. More up would have been good though.

I wouldn't purposely buy bolt on feet. You will probably get enough when you buy sets.

Yeah, I want to make a 12x8 frame with three panels set sideways so the 8' side is the width of the wall. I will mount this to four posts at 30 deg overhanging, with the bottom edge about 3' off the ground. I will then mount a footboard to this to the ground. It should be about 14' high in total and 8' wide. The main reason Im not going wider is the sheer bulk of the frame if it's much wider. I want height moreso than width and with 8' I should be at least be able to do a few sideways moves in a 14' climb.
why not just go 8x16 and get rid of the bottom? 30degrees isn't really steep enough to warrant a kick panel.

So 16' high you reckon? Hmmmmm

Here's a sucky drawing of my plan.

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Looks steep for 30 degrees.

Yeah, my drawings suck... it's supposed to be 30 degrees, so the base wont be that far from the top.

That woody you show is cool lookin'. Self-supporting... I like the idea, but wasn't sure if it would hold up. I guess it does then. My plan is to cement steel poles as supports.
That big wall wasn't really made to last. It was some guy's summer training wall while away at work.

You could do similar but make it to last.

Yeah, our wall will be outside and I will be cementing the posts in, leaving the top of the cement below ground level so that when we eventually move I can cu the poles off below ground level and take the frame with us.


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camhead wrote:
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2-3' kickplate is plenty on the bottom.. 4' starts becoming a waste of space. mine is 8' wide and has enough room for sideways stuff.

screw on holds are good for arete routes up the sides to be able to use the whole width.

Good advice, thanks! I was just going to use a 4x8 panel so I didn't have to saw it in half, but 2' of footboard is probably a good idea.

So I may end up deciding to do a 16'x8' frame afterall... go big or go home, eh?

Yeah, I second the motion that 4 feet of kickboard is tuphar. Although with that size, you would be eliminating the need for scrunchy sitstarts on the steep wall.

As for the 16' x 8' frame, is this going to be in or outdoors? Either way, i would make it steeper than 30 degrees. 45, minimum. Go steep or go home

Depends on what you are doing. 30 would probably be a good angle to compromise between power and endurance training. Too steep and its just too steep. we have a 25 and a 60, most time is spent on the 25.

Yeah, I guess that's true. And anything more than 35 or so would render sloper training difficult, if not impossible.

Here are a few pics of the co-op gym that I go to in Columbus. It makes pretty good use of a space that's barely bigger than a two-car garage.







Damn, I wish my fucking back muscle would heal up so I could get back into it! gargh.

That's a sweet wall... lots of options for sure!

I like the 30 degree plan, just because we're out of shape and don't plan on crushing real steep routes anytime soon. And yeah, with 30 we can still set slope/pinch moves.

Perhaps y'all's idea about leaving out the kickboard is fair. However to get the most height I'd like to set the bottom of the 16'x8' frame up off the ground a foot or two. So with that, I could put in a short kickboard afterwards if needed.

Also, with the pole supports I could drill multiple holes in both the poles and the frame. This will give me some flexability to adjust the angle if needed... not much but possibly between 25-40 degrees.


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Sunday morning...


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Not much to do....


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Except eat a nice bowl of PTFTW!


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and some pwnbread toast.


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maybe some kawfee from over --->


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Cold and wet in boulder today. I'll probably migrate to Moab tomorrow.

Climbed in Eldo yesterday, that is a cool little crag! Very unusual sandstone. Good times. I was hoping to get dragged up the naked edge by my friend tomorrow, but kyboshed by the weather. Oh well.


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Cold and wet in boulder today. I'll probably migrate to Moab tomorrow.

Climbed in Eldo yesterday, that is a cool little crag! Very unusual sandstone. Good times. I was hoping to get dragged up the naked edge by my friend tomorrow, but kyboshed by the weather. Oh well.
If you see a Scottish girl named Sarah in Boulder... Let me know.


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Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.


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Work all day today...


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Joined the gym to train after school a few days a week.


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That is awl.


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Jay, did you ever get the new guide for Camden?


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Such a perfect day outside....no climbing.....goddammit....


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Such a perfect day outside....no climbing.....goddammit....

With all the rain we got yesterday, everything would be a muddy, seeping sloppy mess.
I've done a few days like that this year, and they were less than productive.


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Another great day here. And another day to be spent inside at work


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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

That is always fun.
I used to own at paintball, as I would pick the weirdest places to defend...
I had a habit of wading through a river/swamp area up to my waist to flank the other teams. They would rarely catch on, even when I kept doing it.


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I'm procrastinating studying spanish....
by cleaning my apartment. FML.


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Such a perfect day outside....no climbing.....goddammit....

With all the rain we got yesterday, everything would be a muddy, seeping sloppy mess.
I've done a few days like that this year, and they were less than productive.

Yes, the cracks probably would be. Good point.


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my place could use a little cleaning as well. Going to have to wait until I get home from work though


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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

That is always fun.
I used to own at paintball, as I would pick the weirdest places to defend...
I had a habit of wading through a river/swamp area up to my waist to flank the other teams. They would rarely catch on, even when I kept doing it.
heh, it was a good time. A the end, we made the bachelor stand against a wall and we unloaded the last of our paint at him.


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Hey Jeff, have you ever introduced yourself to a patient as "Dr. Feelgood?"


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Hey Jeff, have you ever introduced yourself to a patient as "Dr. Feelgood?"

No, but I might have to. Maybe the next unconscious trauma or dementia patient.


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Cold and wet in boulder today. I'll probably migrate to Moab tomorrow.

Climbed in Eldo yesterday, that is a cool little crag! Very unusual sandstone. Good times. I was hoping to get dragged up the naked edge by my friend tomorrow, but kyboshed by the weather. Oh well.
If you see a Scottish girl named Sarah in Boulder... Let me know.

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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.


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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

That is always fun.
I used to own at paintball, as I would pick the weirdest places to defend...
I had a habit of wading through a river/swamp area up to my waist to flank the other teams. They would rarely catch on, even when I kept doing it.

My main tactic was to go alone and snipe... I'd even use all black paintballs, which are really hard to see, so that I could use one shot at a time, 10 sec or so apart, to get someone... they wouldn't be able to pin point where they were coming from.


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Hey Jeff, have you ever introduced yourself to a patient as "Dr. Feelgood?"

No, but I might have to. Maybe the next unconscious trauma or dementia patient.

Heh! Good idea WMD... perhaps, Doc, you could have a couple of syringes with different colors. You seen the movie Planet Terror?


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Cold and wet in boulder today. I'll probably migrate to Moab tomorrow.

Climbed in Eldo yesterday, that is a cool little crag! Very unusual sandstone. Good times. I was hoping to get dragged up the naked edge by my friend tomorrow, but kyboshed by the weather. Oh well.
If you see a Scottish girl named Sarah in Boulder... Let me know.

SURE MAGNUS I'LL GET RIGHT ON THAT FOR YOU.

She most likely has escaped her shackles and Haggis wants her back.


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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy


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Taped skyhook


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Valley giant!


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Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!


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Jay, did you ever get the new guide for Camden?
I'll get you a copy in a little bit.

Tonight for sure.


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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

That is always fun.
I used to own at paintball, as I would pick the weirdest places to defend...
I had a habit of wading through a river/swamp area up to my waist to flank the other teams. They would rarely catch on, even when I kept doing it.

The shop I worked at in Japan had a speed-ball (X-Ball) course upstairs. We converted two basketball courts into the course, with a close-combat course adjacent to in in 3 renovated raquetball courts. The guy who ran it was on the Japan and Guam Pro-Am teams. We used to get tore up at his expense, and then we'd tear up customers who became too cocky.

Outdoors, I tend to take up a sniper position.

I know where a course is that is relatively close to Rumney, for a long-weekend-rest-day...


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A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!

Most courses still use the Tippman 98 markers. They're reliable, easy to service, and hold their own. A remarkable marker considering how long it's been around. With practice you can get anywhere from 12 - 17 shots off per second.


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I had my hands on a Das Parka that was going for sub $200. I don't really need one, though it was super tempting to buy it.

I'll sleep on it, and maybe go back and get it.



Sizing is what's throwing me at the moment. A large fits quite well, though I don't know if it'll be large enough to wear over my layers/soft shell. The XL is big. And I think it's just too roomy to be of any use, despite having pull chords at the waist. I'll have to bring my layers with me if I go back.


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I'll get you a copy in a little bit.

Tonight for sure.
Yay


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wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!

Most courses still use the Tippman 98 markers. They're reliable, easy to service, and hold their own. A remarkable marker considering how long it's been around. With practice you can get anywhere from 12 - 17 shots off per second.
We had tippmans, not sure what model. No way you can get 12 shots persecond on a semi-auto...


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I had my hands on a Das Parka that was going for sub $200. I don't really need one, though it was super tempting to buy it.

I'll sleep on it, and maybe go back and get it.



Sizing is what's throwing me at the moment. A large fits quite well, though I don't know if it'll be large enough to wear over my layers/soft shell. The XL is big. And I think it's just too roomy to be of any use, despite having pull chords at the waist. I'll have to bring my layers with me if I go back.
Where?
Mine seems pretty gUd, but I didn't get it until the end of last season.


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kachoong wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!

Most courses still use the Tippman 98 markers. They're reliable, easy to service, and hold their own. A remarkable marker considering how long it's been around. With practice you can get anywhere from 12 - 17 shots off per second.
We had tippmans, not sure what model. No way you can get 12 shots persecond on a semi-auto...

I've been witness to 24/sec on a spider.

It's a technique thing to get <10/sec. I think my best was 16 on a Tippman.

Did your markers look like this:



They're the stock marker for most fields.

Serious folks get something with a 2 finger trigger that is electronically assisted. Though match-play requires them to be semi-auto, non assisted. You'd be amazed at the rate of fire a pro-am or a collegiate player can get with a bare bones semi-auto. Basically if you practice enough, you can go through unthinkable amounts of paint per minute.

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I had my hands on a Das Parka that was going for sub $200. I don't really need one, though it was super tempting to buy it.

I'll sleep on it, and maybe go back and get it.



Sizing is what's throwing me at the moment. A large fits quite well, though I don't know if it'll be large enough to wear over my layers/soft shell. The XL is big. And I think it's just too roomy to be of any use, despite having pull chords at the waist. I'll have to bring my layers with me if I go back.
Where?
Mine seems pretty gUd, but I didn't get it until the end of last season.

They don't seem to appear all that warm. Granted, it will be an outer layer, but maybe its the difference between primaloft and down. I've been a down weenie for a long time now.

Gucci outlet in Freeport. They've got several L and XL. The colors may not be great, but for the price, who cares.


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Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.

fucking donniez never learn.


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epoch wrote:
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epoch wrote:
kachoong wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
kachoong wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!

Most courses still use the Tippman 98 markers. They're reliable, easy to service, and hold their own. A remarkable marker considering how long it's been around. With practice you can get anywhere from 12 - 17 shots off per second.
We had tippmans, not sure what model. No way you can get 12 shots persecond on a semi-auto...

I've been witness to 24/sec on a spider.

It's a technique thing to get <10/sec. I think my best was 16 on a Tippman.

Did your markers look like this:

[image]http://www.speedytoys.com/images/98custom.jpg[/image]

They're the stock marker for most fields.

Serious folks get something with a 2 finger trigger that is electronically assisted. Though match-play requires them to be semi-auto, non assisted. You'd be amazed at the rate of fire a pro-am or a collegiate player can get with a bare bones semi-auto. Basically if you practice enough, you can go through unthinkable amounts of paint per minute.

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Yeah, that looks like what we had. They seemed to work pretty well.


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Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.

fucking donniez never learn.
I hate you.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!
No, I was firing and someone threaded the needle between my collar and the bottom of my facemask. I'm suprised they don't build in a neckgaurd off the end of the chin or something.


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epoch wrote:
I had my hands on a Das Parka that was going for sub $200. I don't really need one, though it was super tempting to buy it.

I'll sleep on it, and maybe go back and get it.



Sizing is what's throwing me at the moment. A large fits quite well, though I don't know if it'll be large enough to wear over my layers/soft shell. The XL is big. And I think it's just too roomy to be of any use, despite having pull chords at the waist. I'll have to bring my layers with me if I go back.
Where?
Mine seems pretty gUd, but I didn't get it until the end of last season.

They don't seem to appear all that warm. Granted, it will be an outer layer, but maybe its the difference between primaloft and down. I've been a down weenie for a long time now.

Gucci outlet in Freeport. They've got several L and XL. The colors may not be great, but for the price, who cares.
They won't be as warm as down, no, but I've never liked how down is worthless when wet.


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Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.


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Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.

fucking donniez never learn.

truf. did you go to the josh?


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Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.

he has a point.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!

Most courses still use the Tippman 98 markers. They're reliable, easy to service, and hold their own. A remarkable marker considering how long it's been around. With practice you can get anywhere from 12 - 17 shots off per second.
I think mine is kicking around at my parent's house. Need to get a new battery for the red dot sight.


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I had my hands on a Das Parka that was going for sub $200. I don't really need one, though it was super tempting to buy it.

I'll sleep on it, and maybe go back and get it.



Sizing is what's throwing me at the moment. A large fits quite well, though I don't know if it'll be large enough to wear over my layers/soft shell. The XL is big. And I think it's just too roomy to be of any use, despite having pull chords at the waist. I'll have to bring my layers with me if I go back.

Mine is XL. It's good over layers.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
kachoong wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!
No, I was firing and someone threaded the needle between my collar and the bottom of my facemask. I'm suprised they don't build in a neckgaurd off the end of the chin or something.

They have neckguards. For pansies.


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Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...


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wanderlustmd wrote:
kachoong wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!
No, I was firing and someone threaded the needle between my collar and the bottom of my facemask. I'm suprised they don't build in a neckgaurd off the end of the chin or something.

They have neckguards. For pansies.
Bring yours climbing next time, we'll see who the pansy is.

Or we can hide at the base and cap climbers...


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
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wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
A friend's bachelor party was yesterday. We played paintball. In the rain. It was actually quite fun.

Sounds fun! I went to a friend's Bachelor party paintball day about 10 years ago. I remember one of the scenarios being the Buck hunt... the last five minutes everyone switched to attacking just him... poor bastard had soooo many welts on his body that afternoon.
Yeah, we pretty much did the same thing during the last game. He was smart and dressed in multiple layers, though, so welts were minimal. I, however, have a little red mark this morning on my throatCrazy

Ouch! Did you look up as you got hit? Or did it just come in from the side or sumpin'? The neck is one of the worst places to be hit.

We're going to go paintballing on 11/11. Haven't done it in around 10 years. I'm sure the guns are much better these days. Taking the knee pads for sure!
No, I was firing and someone threaded the needle between my collar and the bottom of my facemask. I'm suprised they don't build in a neckgaurd off the end of the chin or something.

They have neckguards. For pansies.
Bring yours climbing next time, we'll see who the pansy is.

Or we can hide at the base and cap climbers...
I'd be tempted to get won, but iz too much effort for a once a year thing.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.

fucking donniez never learn.
I hate you.

perhaps you should turn yore hate inwardz. After all, it's not me that's protekting the third post uv a page.


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camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
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Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...


http://www.youtube.com/...&feature=related
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epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3


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snoopy138 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
Valley giant!

You really sewed that up!

too bad you missed.

fucking donniez never learn.
I hate you.

perhaps you should turn yore hate inwardz. After all, it's not me that's protekting the third post uv a page.

I look forward to the day when guidebooks start listing the coveted 3rd ascent of routes!


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wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3

wow! The WMD is all over the ekop on this. 2nd or third comment on this I've seen!


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wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...


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epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...

hmm, sickly hard zender vs. weke n' healthy modzerator?

Toss up.


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epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.

he's a donny.


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caughtinside wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...

hmm, sickly hard zender vs. weke n' healthy modzerator?

Toss up.

I was interpreting this as dawg saying macrodonny has teh AIDS.


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caughtinside wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...

hmm, sickly hard zender vs. weke n' healthy modzerator?

Toss up.
heh


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Matt,

check yor email.

Make sure to do it around awl yor family!

Nao!!


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epoch wrote:
Matt,

check yor email.

Make sure to do it around awl yor family!

Nao!!

Moar impotently, make chure yor cyster iz prehzent.


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http://www.rockclimbing.com/...iew&post=2227645

Join the fight against crocs!


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I just want to...


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bang on my ptftw all day!


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epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...
yore both not rong


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dr_feelgood wrote:
http://www.rockclimbing.com/...iew&post=2227645

Join the fight against crocs!

That wuz unnecessary and unappreciated, Doc! You've gone fuphar! Yore what's wrong with climbing! Rule #1, don't be a Gerk!


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Rule #1, don't be a Gerk!

heh!


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
Honestly, I probably don't want to talk to you.

Feelgood Industries,
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Elitists International, LLC.
You can still talk to my asshole.

caughtinside?

Caughtinside Thomas's asshole?
My asshole is a private place. Not to visit.


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thomasribiere wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
thomasribiere wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
Honestly, I probably don't want to talk to you.

Feelgood Industries,
a subsidiary of
Elitists International, LLC.
You can still talk to my asshole.

caughtinside?

Caughtinside Thomas's asshole?
My asshole is a private place. Not to visit.

Not even for coconuts?


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camhead wrote:
thomasribiere wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
thomasribiere wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
Honestly, I probably don't want to talk to you.

Feelgood Industries,
a subsidiary of
Elitists International, LLC.
You can still talk to my asshole.

caughtinside?
Let me start with hazelnuts. I'll go up in size slowly, if you don't mind!

Caughtinside Thomas's asshole?
My asshole is a private place. Not to visit.

Not even for coconuts?
Let me start with hazelnuts. I'll go up in size slowly, if you don't mind.


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thomasribiere wrote:
camhead wrote:
thomasribiere wrote:
camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
thomasribiere wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
Honestly, I probably don't want to talk to you.

Feelgood Industries,
a subsidiary of
Elitists International, LLC.
You can still talk to my asshole.

caughtinside?
Let me start with hazelnuts. I'll go up in size slowly, if you don't mind!

Caughtinside Thomas's asshole?
My asshole is a private place. Not to visit.

Not even for coconuts?

Man, you cheesehazelnutted that one.


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caughtinside wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3

wow! The WMD is all over the ekop on this. 2nd or third comment on this I've seen!
It's my default insult.


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epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...
Send a couple months in germ central a second grade classroom and see how you fare.


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caughtinside wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.
Yor kliming skilz 1z wek3
Yor immune system is weke...

hmm, sickly hard mediocre zender vs. weke chubby n' healthy modzerator?

Toss up.


(This post was edited by wanderlustmd on Oct 25, 2009, 3:50 PM)


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snoopy138 wrote:
epoch wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Clamhead, Morse was unreal!
Psyched that I finally got the chance to see him in concert. It was a small room, maybe 120 people there. Good times

Gneiss, I'll bet that was an awesome show, especially in that small of a venue. Though it does remind me of a rather good joke: What's the difference between a rock guitarist and a jazz guitarist? A rock guitarist plays three chords in front of 20,000 people.

Speaking of teh music; I stayed home from climbing this weekend to rock out with clausti's uncle's rock band; they needed an extra guitarist and keyboard player for an upcoming gig. It was frickng awesome, first time playing with a group since the infamous clamhead wedding GnR youtube episode.
I don't think I ever saw that clip...
Yor gU iz weke.

he's a donny.
and yore a dick!