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Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.

Hrmm, wel, if you get the urge to make a tshirt quilt with a bunch of mountainhardware synthies, we'll send them yore whey.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.

Hrmm, wel, if you get the urge to make a tshirt quilt with a bunch of mountainhardware synthies, we'll send them yore whey.
Oh, they're not cotton? That would make it weird/hard, because that material stretches and the backing/edging would be cotton.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.

Hrmm, wel, if you get the urge to make a tshirt quilt with a bunch of mountainhardware synthies, we'll send them yore whey.
Oh, they're not cotton? That would make it weird/hard, because that material stretches and the backing/edging would be cotton.

Ahh, ok. this may not work, then.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!


Funny that you ask! I am right now making a year-in-review jean quilt, bc the kidlings are growing out of their jeans before they wear out.

I could do it for you. But depending on how many shirts there are, it won't be that big a quilt. You will prob need some other fabric to fill it out to lap quilt size.

Also, I do vaguely remember a promise of pot pie, never fulfilled...


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.

Hrmm, wel, if you get the urge to make a tshirt quilt with a bunch of mountainhardware synthies, we'll send them yore whey.
Oh, they're not cotton? That would make it weird/hard, because that material stretches and the backing/edging would be cotton.

You'll have to use fusible interfacing to stabilize it and make it not stretch.


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Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.

He's an inbred barn car. Tell us something we don't know.

Irregardless, I figure if the cat is hessitant to jump from that height there might be a reason for it.


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Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.

He's an inbred barn car. Tell us something we don't know.

Irregardless, I figure if the cat is hessitant to jump from that height there might be a reason for it.

Spotter and crashpad?


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Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.

He's an inbred barn car. Tell us something we don't know.

Irregardless, I figure if the cat is hessitant to jump from that height there might be a reason for it.

Spotter and crashpad?

I hate having to save the cat, he's usually a jerk about it.


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Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

No more star ratings, unfortunately. Someone (cough cough) exiled the thread into the Shitbox.

Even though we awl noes it's CI's fault, I blame it on that stupid green jacket that smells like lysol... and teh dislussions ov grandor that goes with it.

Course, I'm more upset by teh few moments I wasted won staring that are nau worthless and resulted in me being GU'd by teh dawg.

Don't worry, GU happens even to the best, and you aren't one.

Huh? Must have lost sunthin in teh translation.... Did ewe just call me fat?

If the glove fits.... when everything else doesn't... my clipbored says tis true.

I seem to be having trouble with teh google russian translator....

Did ewe just ask me to pull yore hair and bite yore ass?

You could try, but I don't think you are in good enough shape for the task.

Besides, I am still so upset about Troll dumping me, you could be in more danger than you realize. Everyone knows I am lethal when mad.

WOHOOO!!!!!1

I'm in.....

and knot to worry, I has teh experience with wimin, that wunts to kill me.

Yeah, but you'll probably ferget all about it by the next time you never come to visit the Red River rest area...

I seas....

so that's how yore gunna play it?

Still, ewe has teh poynt about teh memory thing.

Course, rite nau I kin stll remember.... WOHOO!!!1 I'm in.

Duntz worry Jackhole, I'll remind you if I'm around, next time ewe gheys meet up.

I always new I cood depend apon ewe... just makesure yore there when I need sumbody to hand me my gun when teh pain to to much to bear.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!


Funny that you ask! I am right now making a year-in-review jean quilt, bc the kidlings are growing out of their jeans before they wear out.

I could do it for you. But depending on how many shirts there are, it won't be that big a quilt. You will prob need some other fabric to fill it out to lap quilt size.

Also, I do vaguely remember a promise of pot pie, never fulfilled...

Oh! Seriously, tell me when you will be through Columbus again, and I will have an awesome pot pie for you. Even if you do a trip to the Red sometime in the next couple months, I'll have it for you to pick up on your way home.

As for the quilt, We also have some of Drivel's old signature Bored Shorts with the loud colors and patterns. How would those and then some synthy material be for a quilt?


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.

Hrmm, wel, if you get the urge to make a tshirt quilt with a bunch of mountainhardware synthies, we'll send them yore whey.
Oh, they're not cotton? That would make it weird/hard, because that material stretches and the backing/edging would be cotton.

Ahh, ok. this may not work, then.

LOL. a tech wick synthetic quilt would suk.


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Heh, so, more wheather tawk...

On teh facespace this morning, everyone out west was going, OMG, it's -10! -15! -25!

Then, I see Kel, who sez, OMG, it's 25! Though, that is pretty cold for Vegas.

Greyhio is just boring, wet, and 30s. Meh.

already passed our hight for today, temps are just going to keep dropping.

So I signed up for this running clinic this weekend. The hope is to make running less hateful for me because it's an excellent way to keep off weight. Ran Thurs and Sat, tonight will be the first time out when it's actually kinda cold. I'm running 10min and walking 1min for 5km so we'll see how much more hateful the cold weather makes it for me.

Was talking about this the other day after teh dribble went and ran on the eliptical at the university. I have always really hated running, mostly because the jarring hurts my knees. A long time ago I liked hiking, would occasionally hike 35+ miles in a day, but I've never ran more than probably 2.5 miles at a time. Anyho, elipticals sound kind of cool for getting cardio without the jarring. Or, cycling. Yeah.

I've been considering checking out the campus gym's options for legless cardio machines.

Dun't werry about teh pain in yore knees....

It just get worse.

Knee, ankle, and hip in my good leg hurt. Mostly from all the hopping.

heh.... it's tru.

When I tore my lt biceps a couple ov seasons back, and wus getting back into it, I wus compensating with my rt arm. By teh tyme teh lt arm wus feeling better my rt arm wus pretty torn up. And when ever my knee acts up, by teh tyme it gets better, my other knee is acting up.

kinda reminds me ov teh 'Phil' commercial... 'What are ewe compensating fer? No, I dun't even wunt to no'



Again, knot to werry.... it just get worse.


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lena_chita wrote:
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tripperjm wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
Doc! You are needed here!

http://www.rockclimbing.com/..._reply;so=ASC;mh=25;

all my posts are going to get 1-starred now!

As they should be

No more star ratings, unfortunately. Someone (cough cough) exiled the thread into the Shitbox.

Even though we awl noes it's CI's fault, I blame it on that stupid green jacket that smells like lysol... and teh dislussions ov grandor that goes with it.

Course, I'm more upset by teh few moments I wasted won staring that are nau worthless and resulted in me being GU'd by teh dawg.

Don't worry, GU happens even to the best, and you aren't one.

Huh? Must have lost sunthin in teh translation.... Did ewe just call me fat?

If the glove fits.... when everything else doesn't... my clipbored says tis true.

I seem to be having trouble with teh google russian translator....

Did ewe just ask me to pull yore hair and bite yore ass?

You could try, but I don't think you are in good enough shape for the task.

Besides, I am still so upset about Troll dumping me, you could be in more danger than you realize. Everyone knows I am lethal when mad.

WOHOOO!!!!!1

I'm in.....

and knot to worry, I has teh experience with wimin, that wunts to kill me.

Yeah, but you'll probably ferget all about it by the next time you never come to visit the Red River rest area...

I seas....

so that's how yore gunna play it?

Still, ewe has teh poynt about teh memory thing.

Course, rite nau I kin stll remember.... WOHOO!!!1 I'm in.

Duntz worry Jackhole, I'll remind you if I'm around, next time ewe gheys meet up.

GRATE! Whose side are you on, anyway?

Not that I am worried, you will be in the milk-and-honey heaven sooner than Jack will be in the resthole area.

Ewe really dun't gets it, due ewe?


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carabiner96 wrote:
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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!
I actually have a very nice sewing machine that I use quite often, I've been making my own skirts and dresses - though the dresses always come out looking like mumu's. I don't quilt though, but my impression has been that basic T Shirt quilts aren't that hard. At least, that's what pinterest says.

Hrmm, wel, if you get the urge to make a tshirt quilt with a bunch of mountainhardware synthies, we'll send them yore whey.
Oh, they're not cotton? That would make it weird/hard, because that material stretches and the backing/edging would be cotton.

Ahh, ok. this may not work, then.

LOL. a tech wick synthetic quilt would suk.

I wuz thinking more that the outside of it would be the synthy material, but the inside part you have close to your body would be something all cush like cotton. Dunno. We just want to do something to get rid of all these gneiss synthy shirts.


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Heh, so, more wheather tawk...

On teh facespace this morning, everyone out west was going, OMG, it's -10! -15! -25!

Then, I see Kel, who sez, OMG, it's 25! Though, that is pretty cold for Vegas.

Greyhio is just boring, wet, and 30s. Meh.

already passed our hight for today, temps are just going to keep dropping.

So I signed up for this running clinic this weekend. The hope is to make running less hateful for me because it's an excellent way to keep off weight. Ran Thurs and Sat, tonight will be the first time out when it's actually kinda cold. I'm running 10min and walking 1min for 5km so we'll see how much more hateful the cold weather makes it for me.

Was talking about this the other day after teh dribble went and ran on the eliptical at the university. I have always really hated running, mostly because the jarring hurts my knees. A long time ago I liked hiking, would occasionally hike 35+ miles in a day, but I've never ran more than probably 2.5 miles at a time. Anyho, elipticals sound kind of cool for getting cardio without the jarring. Or, cycling. Yeah.

I've been considering checking out the campus gym's options for legless cardio machines.

Dun't werry about teh pain in yore knees....

It just get worse.

Knee, ankle, and hip in my good leg hurt. Mostly from all the hopping.

heh.... it's tru.

When I tore my lt biceps a couple ov seasons back, and wus getting back into it, I wus compensating with my rt arm. By teh tyme teh lt arm wus feeling better my rt arm wus pretty torn up. And when ever my knee acts up, by teh tyme it gets better, my other knee is acting up.

kinda reminds me ov teh 'Phil' commercial... 'What are ewe compensating fer? No, I dun't even wunt to no'



Again, knot to werry.... it just get worse.

So, what yore saying is that I should just give up right now, hang up my shoes and chawknag, and get a supertopo account...


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Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.

He's an inbred barn car. Tell us something we don't know.

Irregardless, I figure if the cat is hessitant to jump from that height there might be a reason for it.

Spotter and crashpad?

I hate having to save the cat, he's usually a jerk about it.
Nugget has been jumping from the dresser to the over-the-door towel rack/coat hanger, and then sits there and whines because she can't get down. Once I grab her, she promptly bites me in the face.


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LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!


Funny that you ask! I am right now making a year-in-review jean quilt, bc the kidlings are growing out of their jeans before they wear out.

I could do it for you. But depending on how many shirts there are, it won't be that big a quilt. You will prob need some other fabric to fill it out to lap quilt size.

Also, I do vaguely remember a promise of pot pie, never fulfilled...

Oh! Seriously, tell me when you will be through Columbus again, and I will have an awesome pot pie for you. Even if you do a trip to the Red sometime in the next couple months, I'll have it for you to pick up on your way home.

As for the quilt, We also have some of Drivel's old signature Bored Shorts with the loud colors and patterns. How would those and then some synthy material be for a quilt?

Well, the shorts are different weight fabric than the T-shirts. The block that is made out of shorts will be much stiffer and will stick out, so I would say that it is a bad idea to combine them.

You can have some variability in the fabric weight, especially if the blocks are smaller and you can cut multiple blocks from each t-shirt/shorts, but it won't work that way with the 'vous T-shirts bc the whole point would be to cut the blocks big enough to see the logo as a whole.

If you really want to make it a 'climbing-related' quilt and throw in those shorts, instead of making it a 'vous T-shirt quilt, then you need to pick a sturdy backing fabric and build everything on that backing, that way the difference in fabric weight won't be a big deal. But it would require more complicated layout than just a plain T-shirt quilt.

And also, for whatever quilt you decide, you would need some cotton fabric in non-busy color that will go with the shirts for the borders. And lightweight non-woven fusible interfacing.
And then either fleece of batting+backing to turn this into either a blanket or a quilt. If some relatives have a fabric stash, might be a good place to raid.


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Jan 15, 2013, 11:57 AM
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Re: [camhead] You are not wanted here. [In reply to]
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camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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granite_grrl wrote:
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Heh, so, more wheather tawk...

On teh facespace this morning, everyone out west was going, OMG, it's -10! -15! -25!

Then, I see Kel, who sez, OMG, it's 25! Though, that is pretty cold for Vegas.

Greyhio is just boring, wet, and 30s. Meh.

already passed our hight for today, temps are just going to keep dropping.

So I signed up for this running clinic this weekend. The hope is to make running less hateful for me because it's an excellent way to keep off weight. Ran Thurs and Sat, tonight will be the first time out when it's actually kinda cold. I'm running 10min and walking 1min for 5km so we'll see how much more hateful the cold weather makes it for me.

Was talking about this the other day after teh dribble went and ran on the eliptical at the university. I have always really hated running, mostly because the jarring hurts my knees. A long time ago I liked hiking, would occasionally hike 35+ miles in a day, but I've never ran more than probably 2.5 miles at a time. Anyho, elipticals sound kind of cool for getting cardio without the jarring. Or, cycling. Yeah.

I've been considering checking out the campus gym's options for legless cardio machines.

Dun't werry about teh pain in yore knees....

It just get worse.

Knee, ankle, and hip in my good leg hurt. Mostly from all the hopping.

heh.... it's tru.

When I tore my lt biceps a couple ov seasons back, and wus getting back into it, I wus compensating with my rt arm. By teh tyme teh lt arm wus feeling better my rt arm wus pretty torn up. And when ever my knee acts up, by teh tyme it gets better, my other knee is acting up.

kinda reminds me ov teh 'Phil' commercial... 'What are ewe compensating fer? No, I dun't even wunt to no'



Again, knot to werry.... it just get worse.

So, what yore saying is that I should just give up right now, hang up my shoes and chawknag, and get a supertopo account...

can't edit, but I meant to type chawkBAG, obv.


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Jan 15, 2013, 12:00 PM
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Re: [camhead] You are not wanted here. [In reply to]
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camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
Heh, so, more wheather tawk...

On teh facespace this morning, everyone out west was going, OMG, it's -10! -15! -25!

Then, I see Kel, who sez, OMG, it's 25! Though, that is pretty cold for Vegas.

Greyhio is just boring, wet, and 30s. Meh.

already passed our hight for today, temps are just going to keep dropping.

So I signed up for this running clinic this weekend. The hope is to make running less hateful for me because it's an excellent way to keep off weight. Ran Thurs and Sat, tonight will be the first time out when it's actually kinda cold. I'm running 10min and walking 1min for 5km so we'll see how much more hateful the cold weather makes it for me.

Was talking about this the other day after teh dribble went and ran on the eliptical at the university. I have always really hated running, mostly because the jarring hurts my knees. A long time ago I liked hiking, would occasionally hike 35+ miles in a day, but I've never ran more than probably 2.5 miles at a time. Anyho, elipticals sound kind of cool for getting cardio without the jarring. Or, cycling. Yeah.

I've been considering checking out the campus gym's options for legless cardio machines.

Dun't werry about teh pain in yore knees....

It just get worse.

Knee, ankle, and hip in my good leg hurt. Mostly from all the hopping.

heh.... it's tru.

When I tore my lt biceps a couple ov seasons back, and wus getting back into it, I wus compensating with my rt arm. By teh tyme teh lt arm wus feeling better my rt arm wus pretty torn up. And when ever my knee acts up, by teh tyme it gets better, my other knee is acting up.

kinda reminds me ov teh 'Phil' commercial... 'What are ewe compensating fer? No, I dun't even wunt to no'



Again, knot to werry.... it just get worse.

So, what yore saying is that I should just give up right now, hang up my shoes and chawknag, and get a supertopo account...

Well, while this iz my standard recumdation fer most ov teh losers I noes....

In yore case, this iz knot korect.

I still have high hopes fer ewe. My plan iz.... given teh stars line up and I am actually reasonably uninjured, is to con ewe in to sumthin grand, open yore eyes to what iz possible, help ewe succeed and then live vicariously thru yore acomplishments.

Guess we'll sea how that awl werks owt.


camhead


Jan 15, 2013, 12:01 PM
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Re: [carabiner96] You are not wanted here. [In reply to]
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carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.

He's an inbred barn car. Tell us something we don't know.

Irregardless, I figure if the cat is hessitant to jump from that height there might be a reason for it.

Spotter and crashpad?

I hate having to save the cat, he's usually a jerk about it.
Nugget has been jumping from the dresser to the over-the-door towel rack/coat hanger, and then sits there and whines because she can't get down. Once I grab her, she promptly bites me in the face.

Fucking cats. As I type this, Feisters is whining about how I haven't fed her yet. If she keeps this up much more, she'll be basementcat(tm).




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Jan 15, 2013, 12:05 PM
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Re: [tripperjm] You are not wanted here. [In reply to]
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tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
camhead wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
Heh, so, more wheather tawk...

On teh facespace this morning, everyone out west was going, OMG, it's -10! -15! -25!

Then, I see Kel, who sez, OMG, it's 25! Though, that is pretty cold for Vegas.

Greyhio is just boring, wet, and 30s. Meh.

already passed our hight for today, temps are just going to keep dropping.

So I signed up for this running clinic this weekend. The hope is to make running less hateful for me because it's an excellent way to keep off weight. Ran Thurs and Sat, tonight will be the first time out when it's actually kinda cold. I'm running 10min and walking 1min for 5km so we'll see how much more hateful the cold weather makes it for me.

Was talking about this the other day after teh dribble went and ran on the eliptical at the university. I have always really hated running, mostly because the jarring hurts my knees. A long time ago I liked hiking, would occasionally hike 35+ miles in a day, but I've never ran more than probably 2.5 miles at a time. Anyho, elipticals sound kind of cool for getting cardio without the jarring. Or, cycling. Yeah.

I've been considering checking out the campus gym's options for legless cardio machines.

Dun't werry about teh pain in yore knees....

It just get worse.

Knee, ankle, and hip in my good leg hurt. Mostly from all the hopping.

heh.... it's tru.

When I tore my lt biceps a couple ov seasons back, and wus getting back into it, I wus compensating with my rt arm. By teh tyme teh lt arm wus feeling better my rt arm wus pretty torn up. And when ever my knee acts up, by teh tyme it gets better, my other knee is acting up.

kinda reminds me ov teh 'Phil' commercial... 'What are ewe compensating fer? No, I dun't even wunt to no'



Again, knot to werry.... it just get worse.

So, what yore saying is that I should just give up right now, hang up my shoes and chawknag, and get a supertopo account...

Well, while this iz my standard recumdation fer most ov teh losers I noes....

In yore case, this iz knot korect.

I still have high hopes fer ewe. My plan iz.... given teh stars line up and I am actually reasonably uninjured, is to con ewe in to sumthin grand, open yore eyes to what iz possible, help ewe succeed and then live vicariously thru yore acomplishments.

Guess we'll sea how that awl werks owt.

That sounds awesome. I still need to do some future former radness.


camhead


Jan 15, 2013, 12:06 PM
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Re: [lena_chita] You are not wanted here. [In reply to]
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lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
LENA!

Do you do much quilting? Drivel cleaned out a bunch of old clothes that were back in the closet, and found a lot of NRG Rendezvous shirts, that are a bit worn, and don't really fit all that well (too short at the waist), btu we were thinking they might be cool to use as some sort of synthy quilt. Would you be interested?

Or Mo, do you do crafty shit like this? Get the Lumberjack to buy you a sewing machine or something!


Funny that you ask! I am right now making a year-in-review jean quilt, bc the kidlings are growing out of their jeans before they wear out.

I could do it for you. But depending on how many shirts there are, it won't be that big a quilt. You will prob need some other fabric to fill it out to lap quilt size.

Also, I do vaguely remember a promise of pot pie, never fulfilled...

Oh! Seriously, tell me when you will be through Columbus again, and I will have an awesome pot pie for you. Even if you do a trip to the Red sometime in the next couple months, I'll have it for you to pick up on your way home.

As for the quilt, We also have some of Drivel's old signature Bored Shorts with the loud colors and patterns. How would those and then some synthy material be for a quilt?

Well, the shorts are different weight fabric than the T-shirts. The block that is made out of shorts will be much stiffer and will stick out, so I would say that it is a bad idea to combine them.

You can have some variability in the fabric weight, especially if the blocks are smaller and you can cut multiple blocks from each t-shirt/shorts, but it won't work that way with the 'vous T-shirts bc the whole point would be to cut the blocks big enough to see the logo as a whole.

If you really want to make it a 'climbing-related' quilt and throw in those shorts, instead of making it a 'vous T-shirt quilt, then you need to pick a sturdy backing fabric and build everything on that backing, that way the difference in fabric weight won't be a big deal. But it would require more complicated layout than just a plain T-shirt quilt.

And also, for whatever quilt you decide, you would need some cotton fabric in non-busy color that will go with the shirts for the borders. And lightweight non-woven fusible interfacing.
And then either fleece of batting+backing to turn this into either a blanket or a quilt. If some relatives have a fabric stash, might be a good place to raid.

Hmm, taking the shirts to the thrift store is sounding more and more appealing.


snoopy138


Jan 15, 2013, 12:08 PM
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granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
Calvin is in one of his moods. He likes to hang out on the back of the training wall and then sometimes crawls out on the hang board. The fucking cat is going to kill himself though, I heard him slipping down the back and then there's a kitty starting to go off the side. It was good that I haven't trimmed his claws lately because he managed to haul himself back up.

And before anyone says anything, Nathan would never let me live it down if the stupid cat somehow killed himself while he was in my care.

how far of a fall is it from teh back of the training wall? I doubt he's going to kill himself from there?

Where he's flirting with danger is about as high as my upstreched hands....so about 7'6" up? (the ceiling height is a little over 8' I think) Theoretically a cat should be able to land that, but I don't want to test that theory with Nathan's cat.
Nathan would own a challenged cat.

He's an inbred barn car. Tell us something we don't know.

Irregardless, I figure if the cat is hessitant to jump from that height there might be a reason for it.

I don't know, 8' doesn't seem like a deadly huge jump for a cat.

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