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So, I'm putting together songs that are exactly 120 beats per minute so that I can count off the seconds for my hangbored workout in slightly less bored fashion, and I just realized that Welcome to the Mutherfucking Jungle is the exact right tempo! Yeah!

You know where you are baby? You on the hangboard! You gonna DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEE!!!! Shananananananananananana CRIMP! CRIMP! MUAH! I WANNA WATCH YOU BLEEEEEEEEEED!

Just had to share that.

Oh, and Lena, do you have an mp3 player yet? If you do, I'll send you the playlist for your workout.


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Dec 9, 2012, 8:52 AM
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camhead wrote:
So, I'm putting together songs that are exactly 120 beats per minute so that I can count off the seconds for my hangbored workout in slightly less bored fashion, and I just realized that Welcome to the Mutherfucking Jungle is the exact right tempo! Yeah!

You know where you are baby? You on the hangboard! You gonna DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEE!!!! Shananananananananananana CRIMP! CRIMP! MUAH! I WANNA WATCH YOU BLEEEEEEEEEED!

Just had to share that.

Oh, and Lena, do you have an mp3 player yet? If you do, I'll send you the playlist for your workout.


wow, how long did that ptftw hang for? we are pathetic.


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Woo! Walk-in PTFTW! Take me down to the PTFTW City!


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camhead wrote:
So, I'm putting together songs that are exactly 120 beats per minute so that I can count off the seconds for my hangbored workout in slightly less bored fashion, and I just realized that Welcome to the Mutherfucking Jungle is the exact right tempo! Yeah!

You know where you are baby? You on the hangboard! You gonna DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEE!!!! Shananananananananananana CRIMP! CRIMP! MUAH! I WANNA WATCH YOU BLEEEEEEEEEED!

Just had to share that.

Oh, and Lena, do you have an mp3 player yet? If you do, I'll send you the playlist for your workout.


wow, how long did that ptftw hang for? we are pathetic.

Yeah, back in the day, I would be huddled up in the fetal position under a table, sobbing, as the Franzizgrams set my phone off in succession.


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Dec 10, 2012, 8:46 AM
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camhead wrote:
So, I'm putting together songs that are exactly 120 beats per minute so that I can count off the seconds for my hangbored workout in slightly less bored fashion, and I just realized that Welcome to the Mutherfucking Jungle is the exact right tempo! Yeah!

You know where you are baby? You on the hangboard! You gonna DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEE!!!! Shananananananananananana CRIMP! CRIMP! MUAH! I WANNA WATCH YOU BLEEEEEEEEEED!

Just had to share that.

Oh, and Lena, do you have an mp3 player yet? If you do, I'll send you the playlist for your workout.

Send it, we'll find a way to play it. :)

But I would still use the iYup timer (not my iYup).


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Dec 10, 2012, 9:09 AM
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drivel wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
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holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

which is worse, that? or the PA free-soloist?

well, the PA free soloist was more likely to kill himself, whereas that belayer was more likely to kill others?


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Dec 10, 2012, 9:10 AM
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granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

Donny wasn't stupid enough to have a huge amount of rope pulled out though.

The guy in the video would have been okay if he knew how to clip.

I'm still blaming the belayer. It seemed like he couldn't get rope up to clip for most of that time?


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Dec 10, 2012, 9:12 AM
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camhead wrote:
drivel wrote:
camhead wrote:
So, I'm putting together songs that are exactly 120 beats per minute so that I can count off the seconds for my hangbored workout in slightly less bored fashion, and I just realized that Welcome to the Mutherfucking Jungle is the exact right tempo! Yeah!

You know where you are baby? You on the hangboard! You gonna DIIIIIIIIIIEEEEEEEEE!!!! Shananananananananananana CRIMP! CRIMP! MUAH! I WANNA WATCH YOU BLEEEEEEEEEED!

Just had to share that.

Oh, and Lena, do you have an mp3 player yet? If you do, I'll send you the playlist for your workout.


wow, how long did that ptftw hang for? we are pathetic.

Yeah, back in the day, I would be huddled up in the fetal position under a table, sobbing, as the Franzizgrams set my phone off in succession.

I should have gotten on hear 20 minutes earlier.


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Dec 10, 2012, 9:18 AM
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teh 2xAsiant made an attempt on my life on Saturday.

was out at echo cliffs with her, met up with Big Tony. warmed up and then got on Calm, a pretty fun and fairly steep rowt I'd looked at but never tried. After getting on it later, Tony declared it the most manufactured rowt at Echo ... it would be hard to argue on that. Anyways, after zending on attempt 3, teh asiant was toproping it, and decided to sleaze off to teh right a couple feet. As soon as her foot touches teh choss gully, a small microwave/large toaster oven size block comes out. It hits the slab below (there's about a 30 ft. slab to get to the base of the steep section) and breaks apart. I was able to dodge most of it, and just took piece off the back of the hand. Luckily no noteworthy damage. I told her to stay on rowt.


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Dec 10, 2012, 9:20 AM
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snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

Donny wasn't stupid enough to have a huge amount of rope pulled out though.

The guy in the video would have been okay if he knew how to clip.

I'm still blaming the belayer. It seemed like he couldn't get rope up to clip for most of that time?

Yes, but when he finally had enough rope to clip he decided to clip like a hamfist and botch it.


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Dec 10, 2012, 9:22 AM
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snoopy138 wrote:
drivel wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

which is worse, that? or the PA free-soloist?

well, the PA free soloist was more likely to kill himself, whereas that belayer was more likely to kill others?

The PA soloist really was a onc-in-a-lifetime, mythical unicorn caught on camera. Gumbies use GoPros, and gumbies fall, so, no matter how gripping that City of Rocks video was, it was not THAT unusual.

On the other hand, to have two cameras capture a much rarer event (free-solo fall), and record not just gumbitude, but utter cluelessness on all levels, well, that's a rarity. PA soloist wins, no contest.


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Dec 10, 2012, 10:19 AM
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teh 2xAsiant made an attempt on my life on Saturday.

was out at echo cliffs with her, met up with Big Tony. warmed up and then got on Calm, a pretty fun and fairly steep rowt I'd looked at but never tried. After getting on it later, Tony declared it the most manufactured rowt at Echo ... it would be hard to argue on that. Anyways, after zending on attempt 3, teh asiant was toproping it, and decided to sleaze off to teh right a couple feet. As soon as her foot touches teh choss gully, a small microwave/large toaster oven size block comes out. It hits the slab below (there's about a 30 ft. slab to get to the base of the steep section) and breaks apart. I was able to dodge most of it, and just took piece off the back of the hand. Luckily no noteworthy damage. I told her to stay on rowt.
She really needs to stop pussyfooting around and kill you already. What else are we paying her for?


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Dec 10, 2012, 10:23 AM
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granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

Donny wasn't stupid enough to have a huge amount of rope pulled out though.

The guy in the video would have been okay if he knew how to clip.

I'm still blaming the belayer. It seemed like he couldn't get rope up to clip for most of that time?

Yes, but when he finally had enough rope to clip he decided to clip like a hamfist and botch it.

this is true. a gumbiriffic shitshow all around.


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Dec 10, 2012, 10:25 AM
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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
drivel wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

which is worse, that? or the PA free-soloist?

well, the PA free soloist was more likely to kill himself, whereas that belayer was more likely to kill others?

The PA soloist really was a onc-in-a-lifetime, mythical unicorn caught on camera. Gumbies use GoPros, and gumbies fall, so, no matter how gripping that City of Rocks video was, it was not THAT unusual.

On the other hand, to have two cameras capture a much rarer event (free-solo fall), and record not just gumbitude, but utter cluelessness on all levels, well, that's a rarity. PA soloist wins, no contest.

Yeah, I've come to view a mounted GoPro as a warning sign similar to the placards on the side of hazardous waste containers. A clear indicator to stay at least 50 feet clear.


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snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

Donny wasn't stupid enough to have a huge amount of rope pulled out though.

The guy in the video would have been okay if he knew how to clip.

I'm still blaming the belayer. It seemed like he couldn't get rope up to clip for most of that time?

hard to say for sure, but it sure looked like a good old fashioned short roping on that first attempt to clip. good comedy.


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teh 2xAsiant made an attempt on my life on Saturday.

was out at echo cliffs with her, met up with Big Tony. warmed up and then got on Calm, a pretty fun and fairly steep rowt I'd looked at but never tried. After getting on it later, Tony declared it the most manufactured rowt at Echo ... it would be hard to argue on that. Anyways, after zending on attempt 3, teh asiant was toproping it, and decided to sleaze off to teh right a couple feet. As soon as her foot touches teh choss gully, a small microwave/large toaster oven size block comes out. It hits the slab below (there's about a 30 ft. slab to get to the base of the steep section) and breaks apart. I was able to dodge most of it, and just took piece off the back of the hand. Luckily no noteworthy damage. I told her to stay on rowt.

I think that is one of Doniel's routes.

On choss... you gotta stay on route.


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granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

Donny wasn't stupid enough to have a huge amount of rope pulled out though.

The guy in the video would have been okay if he knew how to clip.

I'm still blaming the belayer. It seemed like he couldn't get rope up to clip for most of that time?

Yes, but when he finally had enough rope to clip he decided to clip like a hamfist and botch it.

It was comedy, the poor bastard grabbed too low on the bone, and his own hand and wrist was blocking the gate. ha ha!


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camhead wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
drivel wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
camhead wrote:
holy carp, we have a winner for best gumby go-pro megawhip of all time. Oh, the schadenfreude...

https://www.youtube.com/...ture=player_embedded
Clip it! Clip it! Goddam it yore already hanging off it clip it!

Like a Donny.

also, "do I have enough rope?" ... what the fuck kind of belay was going on down their?

which is worse, that? or the PA free-soloist?

well, the PA free soloist was more likely to kill himself, whereas that belayer was more likely to kill others?

The PA soloist really was a onc-in-a-lifetime, mythical unicorn caught on camera. Gumbies use GoPros, and gumbies fall, so, no matter how gripping that City of Rocks video was, it was not THAT unusual.

On the other hand, to have two cameras capture a much rarer event (free-solo fall), and record not just gumbitude, but utter cluelessness on all levels, well, that's a rarity. PA soloist wins, no contest.

Well-reasoned argument accepted.


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teh 2xAsiant made an attempt on my life on Saturday.

was out at echo cliffs with her, met up with Big Tony. warmed up and then got on Calm, a pretty fun and fairly steep rowt I'd looked at but never tried. After getting on it later, Tony declared it the most manufactured rowt at Echo ... it would be hard to argue on that. Anyways, after zending on attempt 3, teh asiant was toproping it, and decided to sleaze off to teh right a couple feet. As soon as her foot touches teh choss gully, a small microwave/large toaster oven size block comes out. It hits the slab below (there's about a 30 ft. slab to get to the base of the steep section) and breaks apart. I was able to dodge most of it, and just took piece off the back of the hand. Luckily no noteworthy damage. I told her to stay on rowt.
She really needs to stop pussyfooting around and kill you already. What else are we paying her for?

THAT's where my money's been going? Unacceptable!

Next time, we'll make sure to drop a cow-sized block, instead of the microwave-sized. or maybe just get snoop to climb in Muir, where cows fall from the sky without any effort of double-asiants.


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Hrm, so a pretty strong female climber (whom I believe Chossy hates, but he probably likes her now, since they're both elites, hehe) that I know only tangentially just posted up a write-up of her recent multi-week trip to Jtree.

She is pretty solid up to 13+ spurt, and has done some hard tard out here, too (All That Glitters at the RRG, as well as the second ascent of a way hard 13a fingercrack at the NRG).

So, I was pretty surprised to read this TR, just reads like any standard 10-11 climber's first trip to Josh. I guess that granite quartz monzonite is not for everyone?


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snoopy138 wrote:
teh 2xAsiant made an attempt on my life on Saturday.

was out at echo cliffs with her, met up with Big Tony. warmed up and then got on Calm, a pretty fun and fairly steep rowt I'd looked at but never tried. After getting on it later, Tony declared it the most manufactured rowt at Echo ... it would be hard to argue on that. Anyways, after zending on attempt 3, teh asiant was toproping it, and decided to sleaze off to teh right a couple feet. As soon as her foot touches teh choss gully, a small microwave/large toaster oven size block comes out. It hits the slab below (there's about a 30 ft. slab to get to the base of the steep section) and breaks apart. I was able to dodge most of it, and just took piece off the back of the hand. Luckily no noteworthy damage. I told her to stay on rowt.

I think that is one of Doniel's routes.

On choss... you gotta stay on route.

yeah, it's one of his.


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dr_feelgood wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
teh 2xAsiant made an attempt on my life on Saturday.

was out at echo cliffs with her, met up with Big Tony. warmed up and then got on Calm, a pretty fun and fairly steep rowt I'd looked at but never tried. After getting on it later, Tony declared it the most manufactured rowt at Echo ... it would be hard to argue on that. Anyways, after zending on attempt 3, teh asiant was toproping it, and decided to sleaze off to teh right a couple feet. As soon as her foot touches teh choss gully, a small microwave/large toaster oven size block comes out. It hits the slab below (there's about a 30 ft. slab to get to the base of the steep section) and breaks apart. I was able to dodge most of it, and just took piece off the back of the hand. Luckily no noteworthy damage. I told her to stay on rowt.
She really needs to stop pussyfooting around and kill you already. What else are we paying her for?

THAT's where my money's been going? Unacceptable!

Next time, we'll make sure to drop a cow-sized block, instead of the microwave-sized. or maybe just get snoop to climb in Muir, where cows fall from the sky without any effort of double-asiants.

I don't really understand how a block could be cow-sized.


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Hrm, so a pretty strong female climber (whom I believe Chossy hates, but he probably likes her now, since they're both elites, hehe) that I know only tangentially just posted up a write-up of her recent multi-week trip to Jtree.

She is pretty solid up to 13+ spurt, and has done some hard tard out here, too (All That Glitters at the RRG, as well as the second ascent of a way hard 13a fingercrack at the NRG).

So, I was pretty surprised to read this TR, just reads like any standard 10-11 climber's first trip to Josh. I guess that granite quartz monzonite is not for everyone?

I mostly like the fact that it is a "splitter tour". in jtree. home of the perfect splitters.


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Hrm, so a pretty strong female climber (whom I believe Chossy hates, but he probably likes her now, since they're both elites, hehe) that I know only tangentially just posted up a write-up of her recent multi-week trip to Jtree.

She is pretty solid up to 13+ spurt, and has done some hard tard out here, too (All That Glitters at the RRG, as well as the second ascent of a way hard 13a fingercrack at the NRG).

So, I was pretty surprised to read this TR, just reads like any standard 10-11 climber's first trip to Josh. I guess that granite quartz monzonite is not for everyone?

I mostly like the fact that it is a "splitter tour". in jtree. home of the perfect splitters.


i mean, I'm an idiot and all... but aren't a lot of the cracks at Jtree technically splitter cracks? in that they split a face, rather than being in a dihedral/corner?


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Hrm, so a pretty strong female climber (whom I believe Chossy hates, but he probably likes her now, since they're both elites, hehe) that I know only tangentially just posted up a write-up of her recent multi-week trip to Jtree.

She is pretty solid up to 13+ spurt, and has done some hard tard out here, too (All That Glitters at the RRG, as well as the second ascent of a way hard 13a fingercrack at the NRG).

So, I was pretty surprised to read this TR, just reads like any standard 10-11 climber's first trip to Josh. I guess that granite quartz monzonite is not for everyone?

I mostly like the fact that it is a "splitter tour". in jtree. home of the perfect splitters.


i mean, I'm an idiot and all... but aren't a lot of the cracks at Jtree technically splitter cracks? in that they split a face, rather than being in a dihedral/corner?

I suppose so, altough a lot (say, Hot Rocks), are kind of insipient seam-type cracks. If splitter = straight in, parallel sided IC lines, there aren't many in Jtree.

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