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chossmonkey


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If your gear has seen more days on the rock or ice than you have, you might be a brent_e.

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you also might be him if you are a really nice person

:D


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you also might be him if you are a really nice person

:D

Boy! Does he have you fooled! :lol:


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you also might be him if you are a really nice person

:D

Boy! Does he have you fooled! :lol:

Bastards.....


thanks, kimmy!!! At least i've got ONE person on my side. You're my new best friend.


chossmonger,
I was thinking about getting you some neutrinos as a wedding gift....but you may just get poootrinos, now.


I hope you choke.

Brent


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I love Canadians.

A whole country full of comedians!


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I love Canadians.

A whole country full of comedians!

I think the thread is only 50% canucks, caughtinside.....just granite_grrl and myowndamnself.

Brent


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yea but think of how easy it is to check on sellers on here.. hey brent.. how's ___? yea i bought 18 things from him.. he's good ;)

You land on BD Cams.. Brent_E owns this with 10 hotels.
http://images.google.com/...poly-Man-t-thumb.jpg


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yea but think of how easy it is to check on sellers on here.. hey brent.. how's ___? yea i bought 18 things from him.. he's good ;)

You land on BD Cams.. Brent_E owns this with 10 hotels.
http://images.google.com/...poly-Man-t-thumb.jpg



Hi Jake....

:wtf: are you talking about?!?!?!?! :lol:

i'm completely lost.


Brent


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I love Canadians.

A whole country full of comedians!

I think the thread is only 50% canucks, caughtinside.....just granite_grrl and myowndamnself.

Brent

I just uped that % but I am too damn lazy to figure out by how much.


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If you refer to your gear as "Frankin Rack", you might be a brent_e.

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If you refer to your gear as "Frankin Rack", you might be a brent_e.

:lol:


it's one word, dinkis. frankenrack. But yeah, it's true, it's a mess.
metolius (1 + 2), rockempire (#1??), DMM (3/4-2), wildcountry(forged, 11/4 -4), CCH(black). UGLY. but it works!


:D


Brent


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you also might be him if you are a really nice person

:D

Boy! Does he have you fooled! :lol:

Bastards.....


thanks, kimmy!!! At least i've got ONE person on my side. You're my new best friend.


chossmonger,
I was thinking about getting you some neutrinos as a wedding gift....but you may just get poootrinos, now.


I hope you choke.

Brent

Doesn't sound like the reply you would expect from a really nice guy. :lol:


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UGLY. but it works!



If you claim that your rack works but you've never actually got to try it, you might be a brent_e.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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you also might be him if you are a really nice person

:D

Boy! Does he have you fooled! :lol:

Bastards.....


thanks, kimmy!!! At least i've got ONE person on my side. You're my new best friend.


chossmonger,
I was thinking about getting you some neutrinos as a wedding gift....but you may just get poootrinos, now.


I hope you choke.

Brent

Doesn't sound like the reply you would expect from a really nice guy. :lol:


Yep, he's got a mean streak a mile wide.


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UGLY. but it works!



If you claim that your rack works but you've never actually got to try it, you might be a brent_e.

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

come on, now...i've placed that blue TCU at least once. I vaquely recall placing the yellow, too. and I think the yellow placement was bomber...yeah.

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just uped that % but I am too damn lazy to figure out by how much.

for you, David, let's say we're at 96%! :lol:


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If you refer to your gear as "Frankin Rack", you might be a brent_e.

:lol:


it's one word, dinkis. frankenrack. But yeah, it's true, it's a mess.
metolius (1 + 2), rockempire (#1??), DMM (3/4-2), wildcountry(forged, 11/4 -4), CCH(black). UGLY. but it works!


:D


Brent

That's how I roll.

Four BDs, seven metolius, two aliens, five trangos, and a partridge in a pair tree.


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If you refer to your gear as "Frankin Rack", you might be a brent_e.

:lol:


it's one word, dinkis. frankenrack. But yeah, it's true, it's a mess.
metolius (1 + 2), rockempire (#1??), DMM (3/4-2), wildcountry(forged, 11/4 -4), CCH(black). UGLY. but it works!


:D


Brent

That's how I roll.

Four BDs, seven metolius, two aliens, five trangos, and a partridge in a pair tree.

:D

i knew i wasn't alone!

what number partridge do you have? OW??? Fist size? slung on dyneema, obviously???



Brent


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what number partridge do you have? OW??? Fist size? slung on dyneema, obviously???



Brent


Brent, Brent, Brent.

You silly fool, you can't sling a partridge!

Well you could, but they are pretty hard to keep slung, let alone keep in place. They are far to soft anyway. Any slung partridge will be marginal at best.

You need to sling the pair tree.




Back on topic. How many people have a mismatched set of nuts?

Do your nuts hang a little lopsided Brent? :lol:


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what number partridge do you have? OW??? Fist size? slung on dyneema, obviously???



Brent


Brent, Brent, Brent.

You silly fool, you can't sling a partridge!

Well you could, but they are pretty hard to keep slung, let alone keep in place. They are far to soft anyway. Any slung partridge will be marginal at best.

You need to sling the pair tree.




Back on topic. How many people have a mismatched set of nuts?

Do your nuts hang a little lopsided Brent? :lol:


as you're new to aid, i know that you haven't heard of the partridgehead. You have to paste it in a smaller crack with a hammer, Nate. They wiggle a little bit at first, but after you start wacking them in there, they don't move so much and are bomber. Chouinard fixed, like, 6 partridges on el cap.

The think aboug pear trees is they take a long time to set. approx 11 years. You need to sling the seed really long, then wait a while.

and yes, my nuts are lopsided, but they still work fine, thank you very much. (actually, i do have a full set of one brand - trangos - just so you know!).


Brent


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as you're new to aid, i know that you haven't heard of the partridgehead. You have to paste it in a smaller crack with a hammer, Nate. They wiggle a little bit at first, but after you start wacking them in there, they don't move so much and are bomber. Chouinard fixed, like, 6 partridges on el cap.

New to aid! Pa leeze! I've been pounding steel since you were suckling on your mama's teat.

You don't even have a set of matching aiders! :lol:


You obviously have partridgeheads confused with beaks, which are similar but none the less couldn't be more different. If you used a partridge head in that situation, "paste" would only begin to describe the mess.

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The think aboug pear trees is they take a long time to set. approx 11 years. You need to sling the seed really long, then wait a while.

You just need to get them started before you even get on the route. Just make sure to keep the roots moist or they won't grab as well when they are set.

I find they are much easier to deal with and far more reliable than partridge can be.



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and yes, my nuts are lopsided, but they still work fine, thank you very much. (actually, i do have a full set of one brand - trangos - just so you know!).


It's good to know you do have a full set of nuts, even though they are lopsided. :lol:

Maybe if you got Val into playing with them she might be able to help you even them out?


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You don't even have a set of matching aiders! :lol:

touche. BUT, you don't have any scream aids!!! what self respecting aid climber doesn't have scream aids???

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You obviously have partridgeheads confused with beaks, which are similar but none the less couldn't be more different. If you used a partridge head in that situation, "paste" would only begin to describe the mess.

when all the blood dries up, they stick like nobodies business. unless a marmot comes and eats them, of course.

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You just need to get them started before you even get on the route. Just make sure to keep the roots moist or they won't grab as well when they are set.

I find they are much easier to deal with and far more reliable than partridge can be.

I dunno, man. what would you rather do; wait for a tree to grow or run it out over a partridgehead?


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It's good to know you do have a full set of nuts, even though they are lopsided. :lol:

they are all lopsided, when you think about it...you have micros on one side (well, you have micros on both side...whole 'nuter story) and then you have your larger nuts on the other. sometimes you keep them on different biners....but let's not get into that.


Brent


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touche. BUT, you don't have any scream aids!!! what self respecting aid climber doesn't have scream aids???

What are you talking about? I have three of them sitting right here. :P

Besides, what aid climbers have any self respect to begin with? After all they are aid climbers.


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when all the blood dries up, they stick like nobodies business. unless a marmot comes and eats them, of course
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And they are very likely to attract marmots, which will also chew your rope in half at the same time as eating the P.H.



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I dunno, man. what would you rather do; wait for a tree to grow or run it out over a partridgehead?

Miracle Grow

It really doesn't take that long. You can depump, eat lunch, take a nap, look at the topo, then have confidence when you are running it out above. Not to mention the pears you can eat while waiting!



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they are all lopsided, when you think about it...you have micros on one side (well, you have micros on both side...whole 'nuter story) and then you have your larger nuts on the other. sometimes you keep them on different biners....but let's not get into that.

I'll freely admit I have a big set of small nuts.

I try and keep my nuts from getting lopsided. I generally have a double set of the smaller sizes and a single set of the bigger nuts.

Everyone knows it generally takes a bigger set of smaller nuts to do harder routes.

Have you ever lead a sport route on gear?

check this out


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What are you talking about? I have three of them sitting right here. :P

Besides, what aid climbers have any self respect to begin with? After all they are aid climbers.
.

HA!!! :lol: nice.


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Miracle Grow

It really doesn't take that long. You can depump, eat lunch, take a nap, look at the topo, then have confidence when you are running it out above. Not to mention the pears you can eat while waiting!

didn't think of miracle grow...i see a new commercial in the works.
pears are nice...maybe i'll buy some seeds....



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I'll freely admit I have a big set of small nuts.

I try and keep my nuts from getting lopsided. I generally have a double set of the smaller sizes and a single set of the bigger nuts.

Everyone knows it generally takes a bigger set of smaller nuts to do harder routes.

Have you ever lead a sport route on gear? VVVVV

crazy nate

:lol: well done!


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You practice good Kung Fu Grasshopper.


Now if I could only figure out how you ad posts so quick. :?


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You practice good Kung Fu Grasshopper.


Now if I could only figure out how you ad posts so quick. :?

:lol:

well, to be honest, i've been working on my posting speed of the last couple months. I figure that if i use mozilla and keep a couple tabs open, i can refresh one with "my topics" and post up quick replies there while i browse the frontpage or other articles with another tab.

and it's easy to the do the "crazy nate" thing....just hover on "url" and it will give you the beta.

and yes, my kung fu is leagues ahead of yours.

8^)

Brent

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