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rhythm164


May 30, 2010, 8:10 AM
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True, I haven't updated my profile for awhile. A thousand apologies. If we're comparing profiles, I'd love to see you drag your fat ass up an 11 on gear. Please post Vimeo links if available.

As for your sister, she's a little young for me. Your mom still around?


wallwombat


May 31, 2010, 9:19 PM
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rhythm164 wrote:
I'd love to see you drag your fat ass up an 11 on gear. Please post Vimeo links if available.

That can be arranged. I'm a bit tied up with work at the moment but I'll see if I can borrow a video camera and I'll post a link in a couple of weeks. Cool


irregularpanda


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wallwombat wrote:

Who are you trying to convince?

Myself. Wish I could afford the big pad.


mrswix


Jun 14, 2010, 1:32 AM
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i must say that was rather entertaining. haha.


aaaaanyways....does no one buy mad rock??


rockman517


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Check out www.vlineclimbing.com

More durable materials than Organic, far better stitch work, better foam, also customizable and made in the USA.

And in case you were wondering, no, I don't work for them Smile


redlude97


Jun 21, 2010, 1:29 AM
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rockman517 wrote:
Check out www.vlineclimbing.com

More durable materials than Organic, far better stitch work, better foam, also customizable and made in the USA.

And in case you were wondering, no, I don't work for them Smile
Doesn't being sponsored mean you work for them Crazy


rockman517


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First, sponsored is a very relative term Smile

Secondly, I certainly wouldn't consider what I do working for them. I do represent them out of choice. I've had the chance to work with many different companies that make pads, and I've climbed over them all. I chose to try to help these guys get their name out there because they make an amazing product, and really care about the quality (obsessive compulsively, actually Smile). I'm sorry if my first post appears somewhat misleading.

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