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vegastradguy


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and you never said i was bring the rock down to my level....hmm i think you better read your own post and think before you spew s h i t out your mouth again..never mind i will do it for you

vegastradguy:

"that said, chipping is bringing the rock down to your level- no matter how impossible that rock may seem. better to try and bring yourself up to its level."

i wasn't referring to you (as in 'twaikker') in that sentence, it was a generic statement- it applies to anyone (as in people who actually enhance holds) who thinks that chipping is okay.

oh, and trophy for your post, Jay.... that's good stuff.
(see, that comment was directed specifically to Jay- note how I used his name so he knew i was talking about him.)


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Twaikker,

I don't agree with your stance on chipping






















and I think you're a fucktard. Have a good one.

d.


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Damn it... what's wrong with Hootie and the Blowfish?


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it never ends does it? i make my opinion and get slammed for it, oh im sure you guys are all soooo much more experienced at climbing than i am. its like when dave graham scrambled up his first climb (i beleive reading somewhere it was .12d) he was "inexperienced", and now he is one of the best out there, so obviously experience doenst mean jack shit, granted i didnt start on .12d but i started on .10d, and thats a rating harder than the badasses of 1950's, and i know they had more climbing experience than i do, but i climb harder grades than they did. it amazes me that my opinion hit such a nerve with you people, and hey its only an opinion. and in my life the people i have meet that bitch and whine about peoples opinions the most are usually the most insucure people out there, they are so set on "their" beleifs, i dont chip, never have chipped, probably will never chip, it was my opinion on a situation that i would agree with a person manipulating a rock. and if im coming off as being arrogant its because just about everyone who has posted has spouted off something arrogant. the flies eating sh*t then calling the shit dirty, yeah thats right my fellow hypocrites, getting all pissed off at me is no different then me getting pissed off at you


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Ok... but what about Hootie?


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twaikker, for starters your consciously obscuring your excessive use of profanity from the site's filters makes me suspect of your maturity and judgement. that, and most people can intelligently get by in a debate without resorting to those words in an ineffectual manner.

Profanity is the linguistic crutch of the inarticulate f---.

-Jay

Illiterate too.

Ooops.

illider8

DMT


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!

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:)


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!

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:)


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it never ends does it? i make my opinion and get slammed for it, oh im sure you guys are all soooo much more experienced at climbing than i am. its like when dave graham scrambled up his first climb (i beleive reading somewhere it was .12d) he was "inexperienced", and now he is one of the best out there, so obviously experience doenst mean jack s---, granted i didnt start on .12d but i started on .10d, and thats a rating harder than the badasses of 1950's, and i know they had more climbing experience than i do, but i climb harder grades than they did. it amazes me that my opinion hit such a nerve with you people, and hey its only an opinion. and in my life the people i have meet that b---- and whine about peoples opinions the most are usually the most insucure people out there, they are so set on "their" beleifs, i dont chip, never have chipped, probably will never chip, it was my opinion on a situation that i would agree with a person manipulating a rock. and if im coming off as being arrogant its because just about everyone who has posted has spouted off something arrogant. the flies eating sh*t then calling the s--- dirty, yeah thats right my fellow hypocrites, getting all pissed off at me is no different then me getting pissed off at you
http:// Sorry twaikker, saying you were just expressing your opinion does not wash in this case. You were aggressively insulting to our community as a whole. You resorted to personal attacks in place of valid arguments. You showed your inexperience in climbing/life with the language you chose to use in your posts. Nice try saying that "we" are the insecure ones, read your posts, who started talking grades? Your obvious lack of exp. should really limit what you should comment on in the future.This would save you the needless humiliation in the future.


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Your obvious lack of exp. should really limit what you should comment on in the future.This would save you the needless humiliation in the future.
who said it was needless? :P


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:)


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Your obvious lack of exp. should really limit what you should comment on in the future.This would save you the needless humiliation in the future.
who said it was needless? :P
http://Point taken, thanks.


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Mod hat on:
I've asked twaikker to calm down a bit and now I'll ask the rest o' ya to stop poking him to see if he responds. Thanks.


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twaikker, for starters your consciously obscuring your excessive use of profanity from the site's filters makes me suspect of your maturity and judgement. that, and most people can intelligently get by in a debate without resorting to those words in an ineffectual manner.

Profanity is the linguistic crutch of the inarticulate f---.

-Jay


Classic Jay, simply classic!! :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Geez this sh!t's funny. I said 2 lines and got that kind of response. Let's get it straight, I am god's gift to women, not the climbing community. Unless it's a woman that climbs, then I guess I serve a dual purpose.

Know what's funny is that I don't even climb that much anymore. I surf on the weekends, and save the climbing trips for long breaks to go to the Sierras, or do walls.

I have never listened to Hootie, I listen to a bit heavier stuff (www.otep.com), and climb harder than 5.9 with wall boots on. And I don't know or care who Ivan Greene is. I think he's from Boulder though. Like everyone in Kolorado. I drive an '03 Tacoma without a shell and ZERO climbing stickers (or any stickers for that matter) and I would be just fine if no cars were allowed in the Valley and I had to park outside of the Valley and bike in. I don't go there for sceneing, I go there to do walls. The hardest part about climbing in Yosemite is dealing with all the bullsh!t on the ground. Once boot meets rock, the stress levels ease up quickly.

This twaikker chick sounds fiesty. I like that. It's hot. I would like to chip her teeth with my Long Dong.

Take care all. Enjoy wasting your time on here. You will soon learn that 99% of the people on here are complete morons and the ability to learn anything from this site ends very quickly.

TRADitionally yours,

Cali Dirtbag (and I have never done 'roids but thanks for the compliment)


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*click* *click* *click*







What is that???

The sound of the flame-throwers turning on!!!! :lol:

(damnit, where'd the flame-throwing emoticon go?)

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