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Feb 27, 2018, 10:10 AM
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We met and were friends for a many years in early 2000's, but lost track when parting ways due to, well, let's not talk bad about the dead.

I will say that through, I had met some of the best climbing people a that time. Some I still see now and then, which bring back to memory my old friend, rc.

Jammer ...


Mar 4, 2018, 11:38 PM
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Cripes! What happened to this place? ...or perhaps I should ask, "Is there a thread that addresses/summarizes what happened to this place?"
An acquaintance of mine recently died. To avoid bothering his family when they're barely back to work, I came on here to see if any info showed up in in the A&IA forum.
...and now it looks like has passed on as well? Damn shame. I hope it was just that people were moving on or something and not that went belly-up because of anything nasty.
Regardless, all the best to everyone!


Oct 12, 2018, 12:32 PM
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I used to log into this site daily, when the owner(s) actually cared about this site.

This used to be a good place for everything... new gear stories, partners, and good ole rants and raves.

Now I check in about once a year to see if this place is still in existence... it is existing, but it's basically a vegetable.

This site could be so much more... so much.

[Edited to fix my odd spelling]

(This post was edited by kobaz on Oct 12, 2018, 12:35 PM)

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