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snoopy138


Nov 2, 2009, 10:23 AM
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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

umm, don't you mostly want to get on teh interstatez?


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granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.
I hadn't told it yet, but now that Biner is too far down the road to come back and smack me...

Worst "breakup" evah!
No doubt!

Does this mean she can pawn the dog off on him?
I think she's keeping the dog.
As much as want to let speculation run wild, it would be in poor taste.


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

klawsti is kerect, its yore fawlt.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

Yes, it seems as if new shit has come to light, man. I thought the lumberjack was taillights.

WMD, it is up to you to tell us everything, since biner is probably lost on some backroad that her GPS thinks will take her to I-70 or something.
Nothing really to tell. They aren't done yet, apparently.

Although, he's supposed to move to Seattle or something. I'll let biner give you the full presentation.

Ah, to be young and confused again...

Curt


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!


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wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.
I hadn't told it yet, but now that Biner is too far down the road to come back and smack me...

Worst "breakup" evah!

oh shit...


snoopy138


Nov 2, 2009, 11:32 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.


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I just got a message from OKel on facebook. Apparently she was at our house yesterday checking out the new walkway I've been working on while we weren't home. Her daughter had a hokey game in town or something.

Can you say creepee stalker?

Hokey game FTW!


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granite_grrl wrote:
I just got a message from OKel on facebook. Apparently she was at our house yesterday checking out the new walkway I've been working on while we weren't home. Her daughter had a hokey game in town or something.

Can you say creepee stalker?

Hokey game FTW!

umm, didn't they lose to UNC last thursday?


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I will re-franchise you if you try it, donny.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Wow. You'd think with three people in the car they could outwit the GPS.

Curt

You would think that, but I assume that biner's mom was trying to figure out the newfangled technology, biner kept hitting the wrong touchscreen commands with her fake arm, and then the lumberjack buried an axe into the screen.

They'll realize they took a wrong turn when they drive into Lake Erie.
hahaha
Probably not too far off the truth.

Reference to The Office?


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.



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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?


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dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

Duh. You always wear red shirts for bigname climber photographers. Just part of their quest for the toprated front page sanjaya pic.


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dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

That they would fall on that climb is even funnier.

Curt


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camhead wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.
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you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

Duh. You always wear red shirts for bigname climber photographers. Just part of their quest for the toprated front page sanjaya pic.

Part of some retarded Bobsy Twins scheme, it looks like.


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curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Wow. You'd think with three people in the car they could outwit the GPS.

Curt
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Rough day at the office?

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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!


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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"
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dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?
...and hats.


hahaha


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dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

well, they're both red. I doubt blutarski had a Charter Club Taproom Olympics shirt, though.


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snoopy138 wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.
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you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

well, they're both red. I doubt blutarski had a Charter Club Taproom Olympics shirt, though.

You did Tap-dancing in school?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

well, they're both red. I doubt blutarski had a Charter Club Taproom Olympics shirt, though.

You did Tap-dancing in school?

cheese titted my own damn pic.


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curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

Yes, it seems as if new shit has come to light, man. I thought the lumberjack was taillights.

WMD, it is up to you to tell us everything, since biner is probably lost on some backroad that her GPS thinks will take her to I-70 or something.
Nothing really to tell. They aren't done yet, apparently.

Although, he's supposed to move to Seattle or something. I'll let biner give you the full presentation.

Ah, to be young and confused again...

Curt
heh...

Not that I'm any less confused, just less young...

dammit.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
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dominic7 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Wow. You'd think with three people in the car they could outwit the GPS.

Curt

You would think that, but I assume that biner's mom was trying to figure out the newfangled technology, biner kept hitting the wrong touchscreen commands with her fake arm, and then the lumberjack buried an axe into the screen.

They'll realize they took a wrong turn when they drive into Lake Erie.
hahaha
Probably not too far off the truth.

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snoopy138 wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.
[image]
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you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

Good one.
I need to get some aliens, but I also need to know they won't blow up.


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dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.
[image]
http://img688.imageshack.us/img688/5214/roflbothtzp.jpg[/image]

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?
Ambiguously Ghey Duo?


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epoch wrote:
curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Wow. You'd think with three people in the car they could outwit the GPS.

Curt
You didn't put much thought into this.

Which makes my post remarkable in what way?

Curt


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curt wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

That they would fall on that climb is even funnier.

Curt

It really wasn't so much falling as it was pulling on gear.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

Good one.
I need to get some aliens, but I also need to know they won't blow up.

That really is the heart of the issue. Though Snupe's haven't exploded on me yet.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

Good one.
I need to get some aliens, but I also need to know they won't blow up.

just back them up and m34tb0mbz on them.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?

That they would fall on that climb is even funnier.

Curt

It really wasn't so much falling as it was pulling on gear.

no, I think that this point we were still falling.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

Good one.
I need to get some aliens, but I also need to know they won't blow up.

That really is the heart of the issue. Though Snupe's haven't exploded on me yet.

my aliens are all well-tested.


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curt wrote:
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curt wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Wow. You'd think with three people in the car they could outwit the GPS.

Curt
You didn't put much thought into this.

Which makes my post remarkable in what way?

Curt
Nothing.
Which is fine for this audience.

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So a good climbing buddy of mine got hitched this weekend.



We've been buddies since college and have done mostly ice and moutaineering stuff together.



He was also the architect behind this masterpiece:



True to form, he and his bride dragged 50 guests up a 1.5 mile hike close to the summit of Bald Mountain in Maine.



After scouting out a spot, they each changed into full wedding attire while the guests stayed in thermals.





Not a bad view!


They did it!


After the ceremony, and getting itchy for food and drink, Andy didn't bother changing back into hiking gear, the hardcore young man that he is.





We descended to a great party and homemade food (he's a farmer). Of course, we made sure to wreck his car.



Congrats buddy!!


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curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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So... I'm going to be a zombie tonight... not that it's different to any other night... making the ripped apart face should be fun. Lots of blood hopefully.
I think that I'll have to close the cutains and pretend that we're not home.

There are never many kids that come to the door anyway, and I never bothered getting pumpkins or candy. I also don't really have time to get stuff set up either, I'm busy trying to lay a bunch of pavers in the backyard.

I would make Nathan do it except that he's gone climbing. That's right, he has a million unfinished projects and I'm the one staying at home working today.

Unimpressed
Too bad, I can see him having a blast chasing kids around with his ice tools like Mike Myers.
We don't get many kids coming by. Our neighbourhood is a lot of young familys and a ton of retired people, so we only get a few young kids being brought out by their parents. Last year her picked up some beer for the parents, but I think only one guy took one.

BTW - Nathan still isn't home. I told him that I really needed his help with cutting the pavers and I was hoping that he could help me out today. With daylight saving time tonight I'm fucked for getting his help on the path next week too.
That's right, next week is DLS.

Wake up = dark
Get home = dark
It's getting colder, rock season is ending. Goddammit, I hate this time of year.

What? Rock season is just beginning? Cool

Curt
Want to switch coasts?

Let me think a second. I was out climbing today in 70 degrees without a cloud in the sky--I think not.

Curt
That must be a nice change from the 110 you have had the last 6 months


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camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!
You seemed really psyched on that thing a year or so back when were at the gnu.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

That BITCH!!!

Seriously,

I'll admit, I really didn't have much respect for Biner. She hasn't really done much to try and earn any. but this just makes her slink to a gnu low.

The Lumberjack?

Seriously?

That girl has serious issues dude. Be happy with the bit you got and be happy you got away.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?


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dominic7 wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

So you guys are seriously wearing matching shirts?
Looks like matching outfitz.


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chossmonkey wrote:
curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
kachoong wrote:
So... I'm going to be a zombie tonight... not that it's different to any other night... making the ripped apart face should be fun. Lots of blood hopefully.
I think that I'll have to close the cutains and pretend that we're not home.

There are never many kids that come to the door anyway, and I never bothered getting pumpkins or candy. I also don't really have time to get stuff set up either, I'm busy trying to lay a bunch of pavers in the backyard.

I would make Nathan do it except that he's gone climbing. That's right, he has a million unfinished projects and I'm the one staying at home working today.

Unimpressed
Too bad, I can see him having a blast chasing kids around with his ice tools like Mike Myers.
We don't get many kids coming by. Our neighbourhood is a lot of young familys and a ton of retired people, so we only get a few young kids being brought out by their parents. Last year her picked up some beer for the parents, but I think only one guy took one.

BTW - Nathan still isn't home. I told him that I really needed his help with cutting the pavers and I was hoping that he could help me out today. With daylight saving time tonight I'm fucked for getting his help on the path next week too.
That's right, next week is DLS.

Wake up = dark
Get home = dark
It's getting colder, rock season is ending. Goddammit, I hate this time of year.

What? Rock season is just beginning? Cool

Curt
Want to switch coasts?

Let me think a second. I was out climbing today in 70 degrees without a cloud in the sky--I think not.

Curt
That must be a nice change from the 110 you have had the last 6 months

No shit.

Curt


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snoopy138 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.
[image]
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you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

Good one.
I need to get some aliens, but I also need to know they won't blow up.

just back them up and m34tb0mbz on them.

*lily shitz pantz in rage*


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So a good climbing buddy of mine got hitched this weekend.

[image]http://lh5.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9y8QNMoQI/AAAAAAAAE8M/9q3D4jKoPVs/s640/AndywithTEA.jpg[/image]

We've been buddies since college and have done mostly ice and moutaineering stuff together.

[image]http://lh3.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9y8ZJaapI/AAAAAAAAE8Q/3LEqexdCba4/s512/P1030527.JPG[/image]

He was also the architect behind this masterpiece:

[image]http://lh3.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9w5O6LTWI/AAAAAAAAE8I/BjQWObfwaGU/s640/doyoufeellucky.jpg[/image]

True to form, he and his bride dragged 50 guests up a 1.5 mile hike close to the summit of Bald Mountain in Maine.

[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9vkIvAIXI/AAAAAAAAE7E/PGqMQrdtaWI/s640/001.JPG[/image]

After scouting out a spot, they each changed into full wedding attire while the guests stayed in thermals.

[image]http://lh5.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9vkQTg9rI/AAAAAAAAE7I/pRzVoJTqM44/s640/002.JPG[/image]

[image]http://lh3.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9vk3mAlgI/AAAAAAAAE7Q/B-Zjshu1YCg/s512/004.JPG[/image]

Not a bad view!
[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9v1q4O4PI/AAAAAAAAE7c/VkjNX13c8Ks/s640/006.JPG[/image]

They did it!
[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9v2FTItlI/AAAAAAAAE7k/GtUIuPRLCG8/s640/008.JPG[/image]

After the ceremony, and getting itchy for food and drink, Andy didn't bother changing back into hiking gear, the hardcore young man that he is.

[image]http://lh6.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9v2kRUcfI/AAAAAAAAE7s/sJjuoRqRB3o/s512/010.JPG[/image]

[image]http://lh3.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9wAYOy_dI/AAAAAAAAE7w/RvFL-3Xel-U/s512/011.JPG[/image]

We descended to a great party and homemade food (he's a farmer). Of course, we made sure to wreck his car.

[image]http://lh4.ggpht.com/_8R_kecjrqyE/Su9wAk4W4bI/AAAAAAAAE74/Jvfa3cLz_r4/s640/012.JPG[/image]

Congrats buddy!!

Nice!

ICT


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

I don't drive a Yukon. I always fly in and rent a cheap car or ride with my friend in Lexington.
LJ makes for a better story.

It'z tru. Still, I already got a ton of stories from that kid, Just wish he would head off to college and decide this army thing afterwards.

Just tell him that if he joins the army and goes infantry, he is guaranteed not to be able to get any pussy or drink for 3 months straight.
If he goes to college, he gets to drink and get pussy for 3 months straight.

Played that card already, got anything else?
Perhaps you should let him drink and get him some pussy so he will see what he would be missing out on?

He has already been there, done that. I think he is just looking for something dangerous to prove himself.

you know any firefighters he could hang out with?

the tech center attached to my high school had a firefighter in training program, and i took the first year of it. we learned about the chemistry and physics of structure fires, strategies, getting into firefighter gear (under a minute or you fail the course), and crawling around blindfolded in a hot building on our hands and knees to rescue whoever the instructor tapped and said "your'e dead." oh and sprayed stuff with firehoses. wuz a good time.


l

Don't know any firefighters. I have asked him about becoming a fireman though. I think it would be a great choise. He didn't seem to interested, I am going to revisit this choise though. I'll have to check out his school and see if there is some program.


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imnotclever wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.

This time save the chips until after you tag the route.

Try to pay attention.... CI failz cuz of teh gressy chips. I fell off cuz my skirt blew up in front of my face just as I was tossing to the hold.


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.

Bad choice that is. Look how well it worked out for mr. tillman.

I know. Trick is, how do you convince a 16 year old that war is not really as easy or safe as the video games he plays.

But the commercials make it look so inviting! Crazy

heh... it'z tru.

When I was Jack's age, all we saw on tv was the bodies comming home from Viet Nam, didn't 'look so inviting' when I was growing up.

I also don't remember recruters walking the hall in my high school like Jack has in his school and I grew up in a military town.

That would have been teh suck! It's a pity they don't do the same thing these days. They need to show the sacrifice that's made every single day, even if that's the pre-deployment farewell tears or the flag-draped containers.

Those recruiters are like car salesmen... slimey and full of themselves... but I'm sure a tricky job to recruit. I wonder how many youngin's volunteer vs being recruited? 2:1? 4:1?

Milatary recruters are the scum of the earth, way worse than slimey car salesmen.


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lockeyaaron wrote:
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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

I don't drive a Yukon. I always fly in and rent a cheap car or ride with my friend in Lexington.
LJ makes for a better story.

It'z tru. Still, I already got a ton of stories from that kid, Just wish he would head off to college and decide this army thing afterwards.

Just tell him that if he joins the army and goes infantry, he is guaranteed not to be able to get any pussy or drink for 3 months straight.
If he goes to college, he gets to drink and get pussy for 3 months straight.

Played that card already, got anything else?

Weed at college.
No weed at Ft. Benning, Hunter Army Airfield, or Ft. Lewis.
Or his whole enlistment.

I mentioned that.


Oh no, there is a Donny in here!!!!

Jack, one thing the recruiters will not tell him is that even though he may only sign up for a 4 year enlistment he HAS to serve 8 years. He will serve his 4 "active" and then his other 4 "inactive" which means he doesn't have to do anything but they can call him back anytime. I have 6 buddies right now that had been out for 2 years and are now back in Iraq. Might be something to bring up.

I thought it was 4 years actice and 2 years inactive. thanks for the info. I mentioned it to him, not to sure he knew it, kinda seemed like news to him.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Gud advice. I haven't actually 'fretted' him as much as I have 'fretted you guy's about it. Mostly I just listen to what he has to say, ask questions and try to encourage other possibilities.... mostly to head off to college, cuz you don't want to miss that and it gives him choises. I have mentioned that when in college, if he is still interested he could do ROTC for his last two years. I have talked with him about getting back into climbing. He seemed to have some interest.We'll see. Surfing is what I did when I was his age, but back then we all had drivers license and could drive to a gud break. Doesn't seem to interested in surfing though.

I have a hard time picturing Jak giving nuturing parental advice. Mostly I picture a down-trodden kid at the breakfast table, playing with the left-over flakes in his Wheaties, scared to look up as Jak paces back and forth across the kitchen floor yelling "Yore an embarrassment to the family! Even the Smith's kid down the street - The one with the gimpy arm! He can climb 5.14! WTF is yore major malfunction!??!?!?!?"

Heh... obviously you don't know Jack!


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Still f*cked. That is awl.

why?

Just one of those things where you think you finally have a plan, then a giant wrench gets thrown in and you're faced with very hard decisions.

I hate decision making.

Power lies in making decissions. Embrace the power.

Every now and then jack comes up with something profound. Purely on accident no doubt.

When I want your opinion, I'll point at you with my middle finger.

and if you payed attention a little more often.... maybe there are a few other bits of wisdom I have to offer.


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dominic7 wrote:
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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.

This time save the chips until after you tag the route.

What rowt was this again? Or does naming the location/route violate anti-spray regulations?

Was yore fingerz swole?

The name of the route doesn't really matter. sides if I said it, some poser like snoppy would just look it up and spray the number all over the board... or some ball cupper like WMD would tell me that at least I'm werking insert 'some giant number'. Can't you just be happy that it seemed difficult for me and that I failed?


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tripperjm wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Gud advice. I haven't actually 'fretted' him as much as I have 'fretted you guy's about it. Mostly I just listen to what he has to say, ask questions and try to encourage other possibilities.... mostly to head off to college, cuz you don't want to miss that and it gives him choises. I have mentioned that when in college, if he is still interested he could do ROTC for his last two years. I have talked with him about getting back into climbing. He seemed to have some interest.We'll see. Surfing is what I did when I was his age, but back then we all had drivers license and could drive to a gud break. Doesn't seem to interested in surfing though.

I have a hard time picturing Jak giving nuturing parental advice. Mostly I picture a down-trodden kid at the breakfast table, playing with the left-over flakes in his Wheaties, scared to look up as Jak paces back and forth across the kitchen floor yelling "Yore an embarrassment to the family! Even the Smith's kid down the street - The one with the gimpy arm! He can climb 5.14! WTF is yore major malfunction!??!?!?!?"

Heh... obviously you don't know Jack!

Full Metal Jack?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t8Nf1MK7lts


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tripperjm wrote:
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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.

This time save the chips until after you tag the route.

What rowt was this again? Or does naming the location/route violate anti-spray regulations?

Was yore fingerz swole?

The name of the route doesn't really matter. sides if I said it, some poser like snoppy would just look it up and spray the number all over the board... or some ball cupper like WMD would tell me that at least I'm werking insert 'some giant number'. Can't you just be happy that it seemed difficult for me and that I failed?
You forgot to use the [wmd] [/wmd]


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climbs4fun wrote:
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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

heh... the way you say 'responsible parent' kinda makes me feel dirty.

Sorry I missed JTree. Happy Birthday.


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.


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chossmonkey wrote:
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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.
Whut root is this?

Just one of those silly route at that crag you said you didn't like very much, teh Douchelode.


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?


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So... I'm going to be a zombie tonight... not that it's different to any other night... making the ripped apart face should be fun. Lots of blood hopefully.
I think that I'll have to close the cutains and pretend that we're not home.

There are never many kids that come to the door anyway, and I never bothered getting pumpkins or candy. I also don't really have time to get stuff set up either, I'm busy trying to lay a bunch of pavers in the backyard.

I would make Nathan do it except that he's gone climbing. That's right, he has a million unfinished projects and I'm the one staying at home working today.

Unimpressed
#16?

I approve.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.
Or maybe I will tell it after I finish making coffee.
ewe didn't cook her breakfast?
No, I've been kicked to the curb.

Count you blessings, Biner is kinda a mess


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Nov 2, 2009, 9:28 PM
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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.
Or maybe I will tell it after I finish making coffee.
ewe didn't cook her breakfast?
No, I've been kicked to the curb.

It was more of a gentle nudge.

I think I'll go back to being a lesbian for a while.

Why you has to liez? Why?


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carabiner96 wrote:
epoch wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.
Or maybe I will tell it after I finish making coffee.
ewe didn't cook her breakfast?
No, I've been kicked to the curb.

It was more of a gentle nudge.

I think I'll go back to being a lesbian for a while.

That's a fat lie...

What, the nudge or the lesbianism?

Both


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Nov 2, 2009, 9:46 PM
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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Heh... just be happy you got out when you did.


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Nov 2, 2009, 9:48 PM
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granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

I don't think it came up untill WMD brought it up. Did you really think bailbiner was going to tell us?


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Nov 2, 2009, 9:50 PM
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wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

Yes, it seems as if new shit has come to light, man. I thought the lumberjack was taillights.

WMD, it is up to you to tell us everything, since biner is probably lost on some backroad that her GPS thinks will take her to I-70 or something.
Nothing really to tell. They aren't done yet, apparently.

Although, he's supposed to move to Seattle or something. I'll let biner give you the full presentation.

Isn't it obvious by now that we will never get the real story from bailbiner.


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Nov 2, 2009, 10:39 PM
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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

Nice pic, I like the matching outfits. and yea, if you gays were wanking on the first moves... put a little more werk in to it.


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Nov 2, 2009, 11:09 PM
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epoch wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Rough day at the office?

Nice rant, btw.

Just another day at the office... some days are just a little more frustrating.


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camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!


I love you, man. seriously.

Yea, well I'm flattered and all... but NO! I don't want to go out on a date with you cuz I'm not gay like you. Sorry.


tripperjm


Nov 3, 2009, 6:12 AM
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wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.


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tripperjm wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.

So Jack, what routes at Jtree do you like? I'm just wondering, aside from steep spurt, what kind of oldskool tard climbing you prefer.


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Nov 3, 2009, 8:05 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

Nice pic, I like the matching outfits. and yea, if you gays were wanking on the first moves... put a little more werk in to it.

That's the crux. You've been sport climbing so much that you must have forgot.

Curt


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tripperjm wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt


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dominic7 wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

you forgot an arrow at teh fist jam saying "will knot hold" and an arrow at teh alien "not exploding ... yet"

Good one.
I need to get some aliens, but I also need to know they won't blow up.

just back them up and m34tb0mbz on them.

*lily shitz pantz in rage*

heh. that was backed up with more alienz.


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chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

That BITCH!!!

Seriously,

I'll admit, I really didn't have much respect for Biner. She hasn't really done much to try and earn any. but this just makes her slink to a gnu low.

The Lumberjack?

Seriously?

That girl has serious issues dude. Be happy with the bit you got and be happy you got away.

it'z tru.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.


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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.

This time save the chips until after you tag the route.

What rowt was this again? Or does naming the location/route violate anti-spray regulations?

Was yore fingerz swole?

The name of the route doesn't really matter. sides if I said it, some poser like snoppy would just look it up and spray the number all over the board... or some ball cupper like WMD would tell me that at least I'm werking insert 'some giant number'. Can't you just be happy that it seemed difficult for me and that I failed?
You forgot to use the [wmd] [/wmd]

Huh???


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.

So Jack, what routes at Jtree do you like? I'm just wondering, aside from steep spurt, what kind of oldskool tard climbing you prefer.

I see, so you are going to make me revisit teh nightmares of my past....

The last route I went to at JT was South of Heaven that was two seasons ago, though it is probibly considered 'sport'. Other routes that I liked at JT, other than the 'sport' were Course and Buggy, Spider Line, The Beaver, Tick Tic Boom, Wanger Banger... now my head is starting to hurt. Generally though, what I like best at JT is the 'sport'. Things like teh Black Diamond, stuff on the Ivory Tower(though I haven't actually been able to do some of it) and Iconoclas. I would have to pull out my guide to give you any more details... and I'm not quite sure where it is right now.


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.

So Jack, what routes at Jtree do you like? I'm just wondering, aside from steep spurt, what kind of oldskool tard climbing you prefer.

I see, so you are going to make me revisit teh nightmares of my past....

The last route I went to at JT was South of Heaven that was two seasons ago, though it is probibly considered 'sport'. Other routes that I liked at JT, other than the 'sport' were Course and Buggy, Spider Line, The Beaver, Tick Tic Boom, Wanger Banger... now my head is starting to hurt. Generally though, what I like best at JT is the 'sport'. Things like teh Black Diamond, stuff on the Ivory Tower(though I haven't actually been able to do some of it) and Iconoclas. I would have to pull out my guide to give you any more details... and I'm not quite sure where it is right now.

Yeah, I've heard the Beaver climbs like a sport route; didn't get on it when I was out there. It looks awesome.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

blutarski, looks like we may have to hang out on that green alien at the start of o'kelley's a whole lot more.

Nice pic, I like the matching outfits. and yea, if you gays were wanking on the first moves... put a little more werk in to it.

That's the crux. You've been sport climbing so much that you must have forgot.

Curt

My memory may be failing, but I still can remember that the crux is the start... Though I'm not sure how that changes anything. I stand on my post. If the boys are failing at the start, they need to put a little more werk into it.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.


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tripperjm wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.

Glad you're OK, especially since you soaked the rest of us. Stating facts + puffery = spray.

Curt


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.

Glad you're OK, especially since you soaked the rest of us. Stating facts + puffery = spray.

Curt

The old guys lay down some pretty good beatings.

Double Old Man CdB!


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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.
Whut root is this?

Just one of those silly route at that crag you said you didn't like very much, teh Douchelode.

I never called it that.

When the fuck were you at the red? You were stalking CI weren't you?


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.


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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

That BITCH!!!

Seriously,

I'll admit, I really didn't have much respect for Biner. She hasn't really done much to try and earn any. but this just makes her slink to a gnu low.

The Lumberjack?

Seriously?

That girl has serious issues dude. Be happy with the bit you got and be happy you got away.
wow , I wasn't expecting such a strong response from you.
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tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

Yes, it seems as if new shit has come to light, man. I thought the lumberjack was taillights.

WMD, it is up to you to tell us everything, since biner is probably lost on some backroad that her GPS thinks will take her to I-70 or something.
Nothing really to tell. They aren't done yet, apparently.

Although, he's supposed to move to Seattle or something. I'll let biner give you the full presentation.

Isn't it obvious by now that we will never get the real story from bailbiner.
Probably not, but we can pressure her!


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face
Now you are embellishing. You gnu it wouldn't go anywhere. Lucky for you it didn't.


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?
Heh...


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?

hey, it's the potato fucker.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

Yes, it seems as if new shit has come to light, man. I thought the lumberjack was taillights.

WMD, it is up to you to tell us everything, since biner is probably lost on some backroad that her GPS thinks will take her to I-70 or something.
Nothing really to tell. They aren't done yet, apparently.

Although, he's supposed to move to Seattle or something. I'll let biner give you the full presentation.

Isn't it obvious by now that we will never get the real story from bailbiner.
Probably not, but we can pressure her!
phil us in, in the mean time.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt
heh...


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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.

This time save the chips until after you tag the route.

What rowt was this again? Or does naming the location/route violate anti-spray regulations?

Was yore fingerz swole?

The name of the route doesn't really matter. sides if I said it, some poser like snoppy would just look it up and spray the number all over the board... or some ball cupper like WMD would tell me that at least I'm werking insert 'some giant number'. Can't you just be happy that it seemed difficult for me and that I failed?
You forgot to use the [wmd] [/wmd]

Huh???
nevermind


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.

So Jack, what routes at Jtree do you like? I'm just wondering, aside from steep spurt, what kind of oldskool tard climbing you prefer.

I see, so you are going to make me revisit teh nightmares of my past....

The last route I went to at JT was South of Heaven that was two seasons ago, though it is probibly considered 'sport'. Other routes that I liked at JT, other than the 'sport' were Course and Buggy, Spider Line, The Beaver, Tick Tic Boom, Wanger Banger... now my head is starting to hurt. Generally though, what I like best at JT is the 'sport'. Things like teh Black Diamond, stuff on the Ivory Tower(though I haven't actually been able to do some of it) and Iconoclas. I would have to pull out my guide to give you any more details... and I'm not quite sure where it is right now.

Yeah, I've heard the Beaver climbs like a sport route; didn't get on it when I was out there. It looks awesome.
Have either of you done more munky than funky? that looks pretty gud as well.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?

Dammit! GUd by the potatoE fucker.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?
I could tell you, but then it wouldn't be t3h sekret gnu crag would it?


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Nov 3, 2009, 4:39 PM
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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.

So Jack, what routes at Jtree do you like? I'm just wondering, aside from steep spurt, what kind of oldskool tard climbing you prefer.

I see, so you are going to make me revisit teh nightmares of my past....

The last route I went to at JT was South of Heaven that was two seasons ago, though it is probibly considered 'sport'. Other routes that I liked at JT, other than the 'sport' were Course and Buggy, Spider Line, The Beaver, Tick Tic Boom, Wanger Banger... now my head is starting to hurt. Generally though, what I like best at JT is the 'sport'. Things like teh Black Diamond, stuff on the Ivory Tower(though I haven't actually been able to do some of it) and Iconoclas. I would have to pull out my guide to give you any more details... and I'm not quite sure where it is right now.

Yeah, I've heard the Beaver climbs like a sport route; didn't get on it when I was out there. It looks awesome.
Have either of you done more munky than funky? that looks pretty gud as well.

Itz on Teh Lizt. Though I don't see what it has to do with the Beave... other than both referencing aminals. Sorta.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
Worthless without links


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Nov 3, 2009, 4:40 PM
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chossmonkey wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?
I could tell you, but then it wouldn't be t3h sekret gnu crag would it?
Oh, I thought you meant moving as in selling the house, etc.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!


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Epock, check your email dammit.


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tripperjm wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

Ummm, heh! Some girls are actually quite good at that, you know!


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nilcarborundum wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?

Gawd.... I knew I'd be GUd on that one.... and by the potato man of all people.


kachoong


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snoopy138 wrote:
nilcarborundum wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?

hey, it's the potato fucker.

Laugh GU City! Feck!


kachoong


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?

I'm not sure he actually means house.... besides they just put in a gnu path or sumpin'.


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curt wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.

Glad you're OK, especially since you soaked the rest of us. Stating facts + puffery = spray.

Curt

Isn't there some rookie else where on the site you can impress by cupping Gill's balls.... Why don't you go do that for a while.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.

Damn it! Dubble GU


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

So she's a squirter?

Dammit! GUd by the potatoE fucker.

Heh!! Laugh


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.
Cdb?


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wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
Worthless without links

Yesh!!


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wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?
I could tell you, but then it wouldn't be t3h sekret gnu crag would it?
Oh, I thought you meant moving as in selling the house, etc.

It would be hard for them to sell with a skunk under the stairs...


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Never know till you try.


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How the hell does the syphalitic koala keep popping up out of nowhere and snagging the PTFTWs?


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kachoong wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.

Damn it! Dubble GU

Pun intended?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
How the hell does the syphalitic koala keep popping up out of nowhere and snagging the PTFTWs?

No wuckin' forries, mate!


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
kachoong wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.

Damn it! Dubble GU

Pun intended?

Well if you add detergent it might be bubble gu!


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tripperjm wrote:
curt wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
curt wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.

Glad you're OK, especially since you soaked the rest of us. Stating facts + puffery = spray.

Curt

Isn't there some rookie else where on the site you can impress by cupping Gill's balls.... Why don't you go do that for a while.

Why don't you grow your hair out, dye it blonde and spray about something else nobody cares about?

Curt


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chossmonkey wrote:
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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.
Whut root is this?

Just one of those silly route at that crag you said you didn't like very much, teh Douchelode.

I never called it that.

Yea I know, that's an inside joke with Clamhed and teh CI....

In reply to:
When the fuck were you at the red? You were stalking CI weren't you?

Huh? shaking head

I thought we already went over this? I stood 6 feet away from Clamhed and the lovely Klausti in the parking lot at Migel's and he didn't notice me cuz he was spraying. and a couple weeks later, I saw CI's van in the same parking lot and drove by giving him the bird. I also mentioned to Clamhed that I generally don't stay at Migel's cuz I don't like sleeping in a swamp and that I have a friend in Lexington I stay with and another secret place I stay that I would tell him, cuz I didn't want to wake up with him cupping my balls. And the hole white esclade that got recked in the Nada tunnel. You even commented that Little Jack might have been driving it, cuz it made a better story. And then CI stating that he thought he saw me, picking up a take out pizza and him commenting on my mullet with frosted tips... course he was rong. I don't have a mullet, just long hippy hair. And I do remember talking with you over the winter about being there and when, mentioning I was going to be going to the lode. You told me you didn't like the lode cuz of all the sprayers and the crowds. You must be werking an awful lot to not remember some of this?


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wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
chossmonkey wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?
I could tell you, but then it wouldn't be t3h sekret gnu crag would it?
Oh, I thought you meant moving as in selling the house, etc.
You do really need to try and keep up.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.
Cdb?

yep, he's definitely taking a paige out of yore buk.


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Epock, check your email dammit.

either of you clowns want to do that bolted stuff this weekend? you got rid of the triple E swine ebola you had didn't you?


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I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!
jeez...


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chossmonkey wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.
That would be a problem.
Where are you moving to?
I could tell you, but then it wouldn't be t3h sekret gnu crag would it?
Oh, I thought you meant moving as in selling the house, etc.

It would be hard for them to sell with a skunk under the stairs...
No skunk


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.

Again it's hard to tell from here. Though if the rock is that chossy, the rules change and maybe you can use glue to keep the footholds? Additionally, it's probibily difficult to tell if it's going to go with only a days werk on it, if it's going to be that difficult.


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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.

Yes, it seems as if new shit has come to light, man. I thought the lumberjack was taillights.

WMD, it is up to you to tell us everything, since biner is probably lost on some backroad that her GPS thinks will take her to I-70 or something.
Nothing really to tell. They aren't done yet, apparently.

Although, he's supposed to move to Seattle or something. I'll let biner give you the full presentation.

Isn't it obvious by now that we will never get the real story from bailbiner.
Probably not, but we can pressure her!

What's the point of that? If she was going to come clean, she would have already done it. Just let it go and be happy you are out. There are plenty of other women out there that will break your heart.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.

I though that's what we did here? Am I rong?


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I can't stop looking at the Yukon photo. Those poor bastards crunched every panel on that thing!!! $60k ride fukkd up. Grounded for sure.
mebe it twas Little Jack. Out joyriding while the oldman was pretending to be throwing down.

*shakes head sadly*

That buy is bound for the big house.

Little Jack is doing better. School werk is gud, has been staying out of trouble and doing his chores without a problem. Thing is... now he thinks he wants to become a Army Ranger. I don't think he actually knows, that guys get killed in wars. Wish he would just head off to college and then decide what he wants to do.
Rangers? Yikes. Tell him to join the PJ'speace corps if anything. That way he'll be stuck in training for x years and when he finally does get through he probably won't get shot at.

I have talked to him plenty, he doesn't seem interested in any other service, just the army rangers.
does he know what will happen if he fails? yup.
regular army.

Now that's something I can use. I wonder what the washout rate is? Though, I'll bet the kid has it in him. His teachers say he seems driven in his school werk. No drinking and he works out everyday. I'll bet that with the shape he is in now, he could climb great. Climbing saved my life and even though he doesn't seem interested, I need to werk on that angle.
He's sixteen? You still have a few years to inspire him to do something other than the armed services. I fear that if you keep fretting about it you'll drive him towards it. Just motivate him the other way.

Push the booze, weed, tail and personal freedom aspect of things.
Maybe buy him a bit of each.
Eh, if he pisses hot enough, he won't be able to get a secret clearance, and will be ineligible for the regiment.

We did talk about this. He knows I'm not that down on the booze and weed, cuz I did both at his age. But that since he has already been in legal trouble with each, I would be an iresponsible parent if I did not do everything in my power to keep him out of trouble. I have talked with about the women he would meet in college and the lack of, in the Army. We also talked about personal freedom in and outside the miltary. This seems to be a great area revisit. I also mentioned the piss on command regular drug tests. heh... I don't think he was to big on that. We had a gud conversation. I saw some openings and he has some new things to factor in/think about.

Games not over yet. At 18, if he decides to enlist, at least he will be making a more informed choise. We'll see what happens.

Jesus Jack, you sound like such a.... responsible parent! Now get your ass to JTree!

jack! ropegun me some slabz!

Not sure if you would like the routes I like, that are out at JTree.

So Jack, what routes at Jtree do you like? I'm just wondering, aside from steep spurt, what kind of oldskool tard climbing you prefer.

I see, so you are going to make me revisit teh nightmares of my past....

The last route I went to at JT was South of Heaven that was two seasons ago, though it is probibly considered 'sport'. Other routes that I liked at JT, other than the 'sport' were Course and Buggy, Spider Line, The Beaver, Tick Tic Boom, Wanger Banger... now my head is starting to hurt. Generally though, what I like best at JT is the 'sport'. Things like teh Black Diamond, stuff on the Ivory Tower(though I haven't actually been able to do some of it) and Iconoclas. I would have to pull out my guide to give you any more details... and I'm not quite sure where it is right now.

Yeah, I've heard the Beaver climbs like a sport route; didn't get on it when I was out there. It looks awesome.
Have either of you done more munky than funky? that looks pretty gud as well.

Done it dozens of times, easy hands to the lip, then moderately difficult to turn the lip and get established then it's over. A bunch of us went out one time on acid, with a safety moniter and we all tried it on TR. I remember sticking my hands in the crack, feet cut loose and I was laughing so much I couldn't get the feet back up and took quite a ride.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.

I do sometimes when I go to established areas. Mostly I want to do new routes, and where am I going to find somebody willing to belay me for hours at a time while I werk on them? Basicly I'm trading coaching for long ass belays. The girl has talent, and tons of possibility, more than most guy's I know. She is sometime also crippled by fear, we are werking on that. Sometime it's just frustrating. If I had half the natural talent, strength and youth she has, I would be climbing several grades harder.


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curt wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.

Glad you're OK, especially since you soaked the rest of us. Stating facts + puffery = spray.

Curt

Isn't there some rookie else where on the site you can impress by cupping Gill's balls.... Why don't you go do that for a while.

Why don't you grow your hair out, dye it blonde and spray about something else nobody cares about?

Curt

Been there done that, now I'm werking on something different. If you are going to play, try to keep up?


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.

I do sometimes when I go to established areas. Mostly I want to do new routes, and where am I going to find somebody willing to belay me for hours at a time while I werk on them? Basicly I'm trading coaching for long ass belays. The girl has talent, and tons of possibility, more than most guy's I know. She is sometime also crippled by fear, we are werking on that. Sometime it's just frustrating. If I had half the natural talent, strength and youth she has, I would be climbing several grades harder.

That's fair enuff... sounds like she's sticking to her guns and pushing through the pain... something truly needed for projecting at and above your limit.

I'm really happy that I have someone (my wife) who doesn't mind belaying me on something I want to push hard on (not that I've done that in a while). I can also see how rewarding it can be for you seeing her progress and push through personal barriers. I think women are an average better at that than men.


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Epock, check your email dammit.

Sorry, I don't live or die via email.


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Epock, check your email dammit.

either of you clowns want to do that bolted stuff this weekend? you got rid of the triple E swine ebola you had didn't you?

I'm on reasonable day trips until December. After that, it's on like... well, yaknow.


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.

I though that's what we did here? Am I rong?

umm, have you not noticed that wmd prefers ball-cupping?


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epoch wrote:
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Epock, check your email dammit.

either of you clowns want to do that bolted stuff this weekend? you got rid of the triple E swine ebola you had didn't you?

I'm on reasonable day trips until December. After that, it's on like... well, yaknow.

so sun/mon at the rumvegas is no. sounds like next weekend might be better.. even though this weekend has amazing weather booooooo


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mmmm.... white russian.


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Epock, check your email dammit.

either of you clowns want to do that bolted stuff this weekend? you got rid of the triple E swine ebola you had didn't you?

I'm on reasonable day trips until December. After that, it's on like... well, yaknow.
ice season?


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mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.


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curt wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Did you get any big chunks of that spray on yourself?

Curt

looking down at myself I don't seem to be wet?

I know it hard... you know, with the hole being queer and being drunk in the morning thing and all, but try to make the distintion between stating facts and spray. It kinda help with not looking so stupid thing. I'm just saying.

Glad you're OK, especially since you soaked the rest of us. Stating facts + puffery = spray.

Curt

Isn't there some rookie else where on the site you can impress by cupping Gill's balls.... Why don't you go do that for a while.

Why don't you grow your hair out, dye it blonde and spray about something else nobody cares about?

Curt

Been there done that, now I'm werking on something different. If you are going to play, try to keep up?

Sorry. That's probably why I have a hard time telling you two apart.



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Epock, check your email dammit.

either of you clowns want to do that bolted stuff this weekend? you got rid of the triple E swine ebola you had didn't you?

I'm on reasonable day trips until December. After that, it's on like... well, yaknow.
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mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.




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dr_feelgood wrote:
mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.


That never gets old. Smile


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dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.

Did you try putting an ice screw in it?


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epoch wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.

[image]http://www.bradlaughs.com/images/bomb-joke.jpg[/image]

Heh!


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camhead wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

I already did Ohio. It sucked.


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wanderlustmd wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.
The lumberjack is in the car too going to CO? How did I miss that part of the story.
I hadn't told it yet, but now that Biner is too far down the road to come back and smack me...

Worst "breakup" evah!

damn ewe! I was werking on a gud story...

besides...ewe ar byased.


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curt wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

Wow. You'd think with three people in the car they could outwit the GPS.

Curt

He's in his own car. He's also the "navigator".


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wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!


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chossmonkey wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

That sucks about the ticket!

Wining/dining Biner will also mean wining/winding her mom and the luberjack.

That BITCH!!!

Seriously,

I'll admit, I really didn't have much respect for Biner. She hasn't really done much to try and earn any. but this just makes her slink to a gnu low.

The Lumberjack?

Seriously?

That girl has serious issues dude. Be happy with the bit you got and be happy you got away.

*yawn*


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Got to play with my cousin's babies today, one three year old, one 13 month old...awesome!!!


Had to give them back when they got poopy (thank gawd!)

Trying to make it to Lincoln tomorrow, but North Platte would be ideal - but a long day. We start tomorrow morning back on schedule, could be in Telluride as early as Thursday night (but more likely Friday mid-day)

Skiing saturday!


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kachoong wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.

Did you try putting an ice screw in it?

Nope. but in related news, I'm going to bring my spectre home to the parent's house this weekend and see what I can bash it into in the freezer for a picture.


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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!

SHOTS FIRED! SHOTS FIRED!


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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!

So you think I should bolt it even though I can barely do only two of the moves and can't even come close to the others?

Heh... Kinda hard to tell from here without a little more information on the route, your fittness, whether it's choss and still needs 'cleaning' or if it's gud rock and you think it will go with what's there and of course how much time are you willing to put in to it.

There is a big difference between a route that has already gone and a route you are starting from zero and have to figure out everything. Generally, if I can do all the move with just a day or two of werk, the route will not end up being that hard. If I'm looking for something that is actually going to be pretty difficult, I'll be willing to put in a week or more of days werking on it before I'll decide anything.

For example the route I've been werking on and off for over a month now, I can do some of the moves and can hang on to all of the holds now. Took me several days to just be able to do the opening couple moves and not fall into the pond. That being said at the end of this past weekend, kinda tired I fell off them and splashed. Course some of that was C-ya's lack of ability to belay quickly enough so that when I called for rope then fell off instead of clipping that she was able to pull the rope in quick enough to keep me out of the water. On other moves, it took me dozens of tries just to figure out what to do, then more ties to actually do the moves.

So yea, I think you should bolt it, if you are willing to put the time and werk into tring to do it.

The thing is it seeps like crazy half the year and we are going to be moving shop soon anyway.

I'm gonna see what if feels like agian. Last time I got rocked pretty gud on another root the day before so I could probably give it a better effort.

Its still pretty dirty, the rock isn't too bad though. Its mostly just boiler plate scale on the face. It makes footholds problematic though. They keep breaking off.

Again it's hard to tell from here. Though if the rock is that chossy, the rules change and maybe you can use glue to keep the footholds? Additionally, it's probibily difficult to tell if it's going to go with only a days werk on it, if it's going to be that difficult.

The rock is just scaly,it good underneath. I don't think my kung-fu is gud enough not to make a mess.

Sides if it had foot holds it would be a lot easier.


I don't expect to do all the moves in a day. Just enough of them that it seems like it could be possible so I can waste more tyme and money actually equipping it.


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tripperjm wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.

I though that's what we did here? Am I rong?
He is fragile.


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kachoong wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.

I do sometimes when I go to established areas. Mostly I want to do new routes, and where am I going to find somebody willing to belay me for hours at a time while I werk on them? Basicly I'm trading coaching for long ass belays. The girl has talent, and tons of possibility, more than most guy's I know. She is sometime also crippled by fear, we are werking on that. Sometime it's just frustrating. If I had half the natural talent, strength and youth she has, I would be climbing several grades harder.

That's fair enuff... sounds like she's sticking to her guns and pushing through the pain... something truly needed for projecting at and above your limit.

I'm really happy that I have someone (my wife) who doesn't mind belaying me on something I want to push hard on (not that I've done that in a while). I can also see how rewarding it can be for you seeing her progress and push through personal barriers. I think women are an average better at that than men.

Takin' a hard "pushin' "?


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mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.
good to hear you made it out okay. Any casualties?


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tripperjm wrote:
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chossmonkey wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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wanderlustmd wrote:
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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.

Why you has to liez. Why?
I never lie! I've sent tons of things. They are just mostly 5.11 and under.

I'm sorry to have to be the won to break the news to ewe... '5.11 and under' aren't really sends. sorry.
I hate being a has-ben.

I'm comfortable in my "never-was" status.

Well of the two... I personaly prefer to be a washed up has been.

Speaking of which, I know I forgot to mention it, the route I went to and then went back to, cuz I thought I could get it.... I didn't get. It's probibly because I'm allwashedup, but I prefer to think, the route was really fuking difficult. I'm pretty fuking driven though, I'll be back in the spring.
Whut root is this?

Just one of those silly route at that crag you said you didn't like very much, teh Douchelode.

I never called it that.

Yea I know, that's an inside joke with Clamhed and teh CI....

In reply to:
When the fuck were you at the red? You were stalking CI weren't you?

Huh? shaking head

I thought we already went over this? I stood 6 feet away from Clamhed and the lovely Klausti in the parking lot at Migel's and he didn't notice me cuz he was spraying. and a couple weeks later, I saw CI's van in the same parking lot and drove by giving him the bird. I also mentioned to Clamhed that I generally don't stay at Migel's cuz I don't like sleeping in a swamp and that I have a friend in Lexington I stay with and another secret place I stay that I would tell him, cuz I didn't want to wake up with him cupping my balls. And the hole white esclade that got recked in the Nada tunnel. You even commented that Little Jack might have been driving it, cuz it made a better story. And then CI stating that he thought he saw me, picking up a take out pizza and him commenting on my mullet with frosted tips... course he was rong. I don't have a mullet, just long hippy hair. And I do remember talking with you over the winter about being there and when, mentioning I was going to be going to the lode. You told me you didn't like the lode cuz of all the sprayers and the crowds. You must be werking an awful lot to not remember some of this?
The only thing that I don't understand is how you were able to see Christina and Paul that weekend, and never see us even though we were hanging out with them.


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kachoong wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
kachoong wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.

Perhaps you need to start climbing with those that are as good or better than you... that way you won't be driven towards insanity... that is if there's anyone in that category.

I do sometimes when I go to established areas. Mostly I want to do new routes, and where am I going to find somebody willing to belay me for hours at a time while I werk on them? Basicly I'm trading coaching for long ass belays. The girl has talent, and tons of possibility, more than most guy's I know. She is sometime also crippled by fear, we are werking on that. Sometime it's just frustrating. If I had half the natural talent, strength and youth she has, I would be climbing several grades harder.

That's fair enuff... sounds like she's sticking to her guns and pushing through the pain... something truly needed for projecting at and above your limit.

I'm really happy that I have someone (my wife) who doesn't mind belaying me on something I want to push hard on (not that I've done that in a while). I can also see how rewarding it can be for you seeing her progress and push through personal barriers. I think women are an average better at that than men.
I don't think either Nathan or I could handle belaying each other when we're working out new routes if it was a one way street.


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carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

I already did Ohio. It sucked.
I've driven through Ohio tons of times. It's not too bad. Driving East on the I90 from Buffalo is worse.

But nothing tops Nebraska


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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!
Sounds like you're not doing your part if he's falling asleep on you!


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mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.

Did you try putting an ice screw in it?

Heh. Yeah - what ever became of that?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!

SHOTS FIRED! SHOTS FIRED!

I am so comfruzed by the drama.


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tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.

I though that's what we did here? Am I rong?

That and ball cupping, apparently.


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epoch wrote:
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Epock, check your email dammit.

Sorry, I don't live or die via email.

How about via shot to the face?


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dr_feelgood wrote:
mmmm.... white russian.

Hmmm, haven't had one of those in awhile. I know I have Vodka and Milk, what are the chances there's some Kahlua in the haus?


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epoch wrote:
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dr_feelgood wrote:
mmmm.... white russian.
yeah, somehow I had an exploding ice cube. scared the fuck out of me, 6" blast radius.
I'm better now.


HAH!


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carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
dr_feelgood wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Pissed. "Navigator" picked a genius route that now has us 4 hours behind where we could be, making tomorrow a 12+ hour day.

I also am sick as shit. Gah.

Navigator being the GPS?
heh

I borrowed my mother's GPS this summer on the return trip from NS. I quickly realized that if you put your brain away when using one it'll get you into trouble.

I don't trust them. They've taken me on 5 mile detours that were unnecessary.

Agreed, I fucking hate GPS. In addition to often giving bad-beta, they really encourage you not to pay attention to outside surroundings, so you don't remember routes when you do them again. Just one more fucking square screen that we're spending our lives staring at. This past weekend, on the way to the NRG, the GPS told me to take a right turn at a middle-of-nowhere intersection, which I did not remember, and I thought I was supposed to go straight. I wound up doing a rolling stop through the intersection and getting a fucking ticket. While clausti will be quick to point out that this was my own fault and not the GPS's, I am going to say that I would have not mad a right turn, and thus would have made a complete stop, if I had not been staring at the fucking thing. DAMN YOU GPS!

In funner news, BINER! Come to Columbus, we will wine you, dine you, and then thrown you down into the catpee basement! We haven't even changed the sheets since caughtinside stayed! WOO!

I already did Ohio. It sucked.

*gets bowl of popcorn*


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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!

Ouch.


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carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!

I think he gets bored without balls to cup.


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chossmonkey wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.

I though that's what we did here? Am I rong?
He is fragile.

What was Samuel Jackson's name in that movie where he had some bone disease that made him really delicate?


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
I'd say 55% chance of leaving, 45% chance of popping out 3 kids in 4 years, marrying a nascar fan and changing her name to Agatha.

Agatha is not a bad name.
You better not still be in Maine!

*shakes fist*

Today is last day here, we depart tomorrow - on schedule.

Long story, maybe I'll tell it one day.

Bailbiner had to stick around one more day to break WMD heart in person?
She shot me in the face

I'm pretty sure this usually happens the other way around. Though I've seen some vids that suggest it possible.
I don't think Mo would be into that.
I can ask, though!

Ha! Not that you would know, mr. "I get girls all hot and bothered and then I fall asleep"!!!

I think he gets bored without balls to cup.

yep, should have called in jack, biner. old man ballz would have woken wmd write up.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
epoch wrote:
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Epock, check your email dammit.

Sorry, I don't live or die via email.

How about via shot to the face?

When you finally - if ever - perfect the method with CI, then talk to me about it. In the mean time I'll return to not caring.


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Arrogant_Bastard wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
wanderlustmd wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
Look I don't really give a rats ass about all the moves you can do. The only thing I care about is you learning how to do the fuking moves you can't do. Sure, it's great that you can do a bunch of difficult moves, but unless you fuking learn how to do the ones you can't do, you will never do the fuking route. I'm getting really fuking tired of hearing you complain all the time, that you can't, when you haven't even tried the fuking move. And tring a move, doen't mean one or two weke assed attempts franticly stabbing at a hold, it means sitting in front of the move, shutting you fuking mouth, listening to the coaching and attempting correctly, the move a dozen times on each run, if thats what it takes. Climbing a difficult route isn't always going to be fuking easy, sometime, you just have to suck it up princess and put a little heart into in. Everytime you decide to skip a section, you have just wasted a run and wasted my fuking time. If you want to do routes that you can easily get in a go or two, maybe it's time to move on, find another partner and start climbing in those easier, slabier areas. Either get with the program or get the fuk out of my sight!
Protege gone bad?

Hardly....

Sometimes when the fear is so great, a pat on the ass and saying your pretty doesn't werk and I have to play hardball.

After the tears, the anger, the being really pissed off at me, she went up and actually did the moves, lowered off and said 'that wasn't really that hard'.

Drives me fuking nuts sometimes.

But let's be clear, we aren't talking about some low angle, 2 bolt, overated wankfest that you can't do. We are talking about a full on, 11 bolt, steep, difficult route, that dispite hundreds of attempts by all the strong locals has only been done by myself(with lots of werk) and two, one four mutants.
Hey what's with the mudslinging.

I though that's what we did here? Am I rong?
He is fragile.

What was Samuel Jackson's name in that movie where he had some bone disease that made him really delicate?

smokey?


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