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snoopy138


Jan 25, 2013, 8:58 AM
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You know, I'd tell GO to GTFO, but it would result in there only being tango tawk here, so I think I'll just STFU.

must be hard to stand uprite, withowt a backbone?

it just gets worse.


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Jan 25, 2013, 9:08 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
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got some werd from teh AB ... he is werking teh werks 7 days a weke and will not be at teh meetup.

something about it would take the whole weke end just to find his climbing gearz in the closet.

Pathetic

Pot calling teh kettle black

well, isn't teh kettle black, pretending to be white, pretending to be black

it's tru.... but donny iz still pathetic.

we can all agree their.


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Jan 25, 2013, 9:08 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
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snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
drivel wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
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carabiner96 wrote:
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Just came back from getting the hairs cut. I think it's too short, and there's no layers so with the blow dry/straightening they do for you at the salon, it looks a little posh spice. We'll see what it does when I shower, go to sleep with my hair wet, and wake up doing nothing to it. That's the real test.

I kin tell from rite hear, even withowt looking... it's two short.

I noes it's more werk, but wimin look better with teh long hairs.
I prefer long hair, but Brian is a freak who likes the short hairs. Even the stylist agrees men like long hair better.

It is a well documented fact that 84.6% of women look better with short hair.

No. and GTFO!

Shouldn't you be more careful commenting on the bolded part? You are, however, correct on the second part.

bois with short hair look fine.

Mari thinks I shood cut my hairs... She said, aren't ewe getting a little old to be reliving yore younger hippy glory dayz?

She might has teh poynt.

gonna go back to teh bleached tips look?


Man, 1993 was a hot year!

yea.... i wus bitchin way back when.

there's a forum for that


snoopy138


Jan 25, 2013, 9:12 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
drivel wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
camhead wrote:
notapplicable wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
Just came back from getting the hairs cut. I think it's too short, and there's no layers so with the blow dry/straightening they do for you at the salon, it looks a little posh spice. We'll see what it does when I shower, go to sleep with my hair wet, and wake up doing nothing to it. That's the real test.

I kin tell from rite hear, even withowt looking... it's two short.

I noes it's more werk, but wimin look better with teh long hairs.
I prefer long hair, but Brian is a freak who likes the short hairs. Even the stylist agrees men like long hair better.

It is a well documented fact that 84.6% of women look better with short hair.

No. and GTFO!

Shouldn't you be more careful commenting on the bolded part? You are, however, correct on the second part.

bois with short hair look fine.

Mari thinks I shood cut my hairs... She said, aren't ewe getting a little old to be reliving yore younger hippy glory dayz?

She might has teh poynt.

gonna go back to teh bleached tips look?

Man, 1993 was a hot year!

[image]http://www.rockclimbing.com/images/photos/assets/1/286941-largest_76392.jpg[/image]

that wus more like 2004

I wuz just looking for teh bleached tips look ...



nice discrete tenshunz ...




snoopy138


Jan 25, 2013, 9:13 AM
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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!

it's a small werld.... teh 'gal' ewe speak ov iz susanica. taught her how to climb owt at NJC before we spent a summer together in rifle and maple, sweet young lady.

she took this pic ov me during teh photo shoot fer teh 'catwalk' artical in climbing.

[image]http://www.rockclimbing.com/images/photos/assets/6/186096-largest_31306.jpg[/image]

This iz a pic ov her and I sitting together that wus in teh artical.

[image]http://www.ziplanet.com/images/newjack_bot5.jpg[/image]

Oh, I remember that article!

Also, Me and dribble came to the conclusion that a dude cannot live in California unless he is dating an Asian. Kind of like how you have to be dating a yoga instructor to live in Boulder.

I get to stay!

CI, on teh other hand ... get teh fuk owt!


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Jan 25, 2013, 9:17 AM
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tripperjm wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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So I have gotten myself into a bit of a pickle. In my exuberance to stay for free at someone's cabin near ice climbing I have somehow agreed to be the only leader in the group of 4 and to set up TRs for them.

oops

Our fearless guide!

It looks like this is going ahead. I should have thought about it more before I commited though.

I do like the idea of stay at a warm cabin 4 miles from the crag though!

at this poynt, teh best ewe kin due iz burn them owt early.

And then they go home early to the cabin that's only 4 miles away.

Honestly though, I think the cold will get them more than the activity level.

hopefully won ov them will be left to belay ewe.

ewe must have missed teh part where she suckered a second leader in ... probibly with teh free candy cabin 4 miles from the climbs.


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Jan 25, 2013, 9:21 AM
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granite_grrl wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
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caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Definitly don't get one that had to be bottle fed 'cause it's momma got hit by a car.

As for killing instincts: when I was growing up I had a cat and my little sister had a cat. My cat occasionaly killed, but as far as I know overly often, my sister's cat liked to kill a lot of small animals. I think sometimes you get a real killer, something you don't.

yeah, we had two cats that were sisters ... one was fat and lazy, the other would go outside in suburban texas and kill every night.


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Jan 25, 2013, 9:23 AM
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caughtinside wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
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heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!

it's a small werld.... teh 'gal' ewe speak ov iz susanica. taught her how to climb owt at NJC before we spent a summer together in rifle and maple, sweet young lady.

she took this pic ov me during teh photo shoot fer teh 'catwalk' artical in climbing.

[image]http://www.rockclimbing.com/images/photos/assets/6/186096-largest_31306.jpg[/image]

This iz a pic ov her and I sitting together that wus in teh artical.

[image]http://www.ziplanet.com/images/newjack_bot5.jpg[/image]

heh. It all comes full circle now.

She was talking about how she had lost her zest for climbing. Too many injuries, couldn't pull w/o pain, but climbing the fake matterhorn in lederhosen brought back teh joys.

Will she stalk BET?

she iz on mah fasebuk, even though I've only met her once. she got into teh roller derby, which couldn't have helped with teh injuries.


camhead


Jan 25, 2013, 9:24 AM
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LENA! ran into a dude from Cleaveland at Kinetic tonight. Can't remember his name, he had a wifie with him who had longish, brown hair. He said you had been his training buddy back at CRG, and that you were a relentless slave-driver. I said, "yup, sounds like Lena."

Also met Tony's new love-of-his-life. She's pretty cute, and really cool. HOpe it werks out.

Steve? Stocky-looking guy who climbs pretty hard? I am glad my reputation is spreading.

Durp. Stocky and strong would be the appropriate adjective.


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camhead wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
heh. I was listening to the Dirtbag diaries yesterday. The new podcast was about the disneyland matterhorn climbers. They brought back the program and were auditioning climbers.

The gal was talking about how all these LA badasses showed up and were spraying up down left and right. She went on to say how one of the dudes was even on the cover of the new Joshua Tree guidebook.

LOL. Had to be the coverboy!

it's a small werld.... teh 'gal' ewe speak ov iz susanica. taught her how to climb owt at NJC before we spent a summer together in rifle and maple, sweet young lady.

she took this pic ov me during teh photo shoot fer teh 'catwalk' artical in climbing.

[image]http://www.rockclimbing.com/images/photos/assets/6/186096-largest_31306.jpg[/image]

This iz a pic ov her and I sitting together that wus in teh artical.

[image]http://www.ziplanet.com/images/newjack_bot5.jpg[/image]

Oh, I remember that article!

Also, Me and dribble came to the conclusion that a dude cannot live in California unless he is dating an Asian. Kind of like how you have to be dating a yoga instructor to live in Boulder.

I get to stay!

CI, on teh other hand ... get teh fuk owt!

Yes, leave, deadbeat!

But not until after I've visited in March, heh.


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random question: I've got grupe bookmarked in my firefox browser. For the last few weeks, whenever I click the bookmark for it, it gives me the "file 404 not found" screen. Then I click the book mark again and I go to grupe.

Is this happening with anybody else? Google grupes are weak, but my shitty browser is, too.


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drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?


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snoopy138 wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
tripperjm wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So I have gotten myself into a bit of a pickle. In my exuberance to stay for free at someone's cabin near ice climbing I have somehow agreed to be the only leader in the group of 4 and to set up TRs for them.

oops

Our fearless guide!

It looks like this is going ahead. I should have thought about it more before I commited though.

I do like the idea of stay at a warm cabin 4 miles from the crag though!

at this poynt, teh best ewe kin due iz burn them owt early.

And then they go home early to the cabin that's only 4 miles away.

Honestly though, I think the cold will get them more than the activity level.

hopefully won ov them will be left to belay ewe.

ewe must have missed teh part where she suckered a second leader in ... probibly with teh free candy cabin 4 miles from the climbs.

Yesh, the second leader will stay.




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lena_chita wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So it looks like pipes are frozen. Went out and bought a space heater to see if they'll come back to life but I'm not holding my breath.
Dang. It was 70* here today.

Yeah, it's been snowing for 4 days straight here.

Its pretty nippley here.

It's nippley AND snowing here 4 days in a row.

Heffe and Daniel took turns on Tuesday to shovel the driveway. It took 2.5 hrs, mostly bc they kept coming inside to thaw.

Luckily the rest of the week hasn't been too bad, about 45-50 min in the morning does the job, and temps are at least in double-digits. The weird thing is, 5 miles away it is barely half as much snow as there is on my driveway.


And I put it for the record that i still went dancing on the night when the temp was 2F, not counting windchill nonsense.

I hit the tango scene last night too as I was feeling better. Also tonight after the rawk jim. We've been doing this group thing that has morphed into me teaching which I'm not that into. So I think we'll do a couple more Thursdays and be done with it. It's been a pretty sweet last six months or so with that whole scene. There's this famous teacher who came up here to live for a few months and I have this whole bromance thing going on with him and rock it now with the tango ladies as a result.


Jealous! The teachers I like best around here have a Monday night class, but that hinges on Heffe picking up Baby Monkey from her gymnastics, so it doesn't always happen. Otherwise, I can still make it to the dance, just not the lesson. They just started another class on Fridays, I am psyched to check it out!

The annoying thing that is more of an issue for the follower is that it doesn't really help me to learn cool moves if the guys I dance with never lead those moves.

I finally got couple semi-regular dance partners to learn couple cool colgadas that they know I know, and I know they know, so they actually happen in a dance. Cool

I've kinda tossed most of what I learned in the first year and am back to doing really simple things well. I'll rock the funky stuff from time to time though. It has really helped to have a regular partner (not the life partner) who I get together with to practice once a week.


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camhead wrote:
You know, I'd tell GO to GTFO, but it would result in there only being tango tawk here, so I think I'll just STFU.

cammeh hates the dance tawk.


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camhead wrote:
cracklover wrote:
Serious Cat iz taking over ur threads and talking about climbing.

GO

I, for one, and in full support of climbing tawk, especially since I cannot climb right now.

I've only climbed at Shelf Road once; was not super impressed, although I had a tendon injury at the time, and that was the first time that I had a rattlesnake fall on my head. Still, I would climb there in a second if it meant shirtless spurt in January; that's pretty rad.

Have ewe climbed at Penitente yet? From the pics on MP, and what I've heard from Manderson, it looks awesome.

gud thymes!


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granite_grrl wrote:
drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?

Louie has bagged a couple mice. He's really into all small rodentia really. Not sure how he'd fare against a capybara.

He isn't a good dog to leave locked in a house all day though, and probably not a good cold clime dog either. THere isn't much to him, he gets cold pretty easy.


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granite_grrl wrote:
drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?

this was actually a westie, a terribly fru fru little dog. but the terriorist in him was strong. i have to think he'd try and kill mice, too. dunno how successful he'd be.

different kinds of terriers are better at diff stuff, I guess, and some are still legit hunting/killing dogs.


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meatbomz wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
meatbomz wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
carabiner96 wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
So it looks like pipes are frozen. Went out and bought a space heater to see if they'll come back to life but I'm not holding my breath.
Dang. It was 70* here today.

Yeah, it's been snowing for 4 days straight here.

Its pretty nippley here.

It's nippley AND snowing here 4 days in a row.

Heffe and Daniel took turns on Tuesday to shovel the driveway. It took 2.5 hrs, mostly bc they kept coming inside to thaw.

Luckily the rest of the week hasn't been too bad, about 45-50 min in the morning does the job, and temps are at least in double-digits. The weird thing is, 5 miles away it is barely half as much snow as there is on my driveway.


And I put it for the record that i still went dancing on the night when the temp was 2F, not counting windchill nonsense.

I hit the tango scene last night too as I was feeling better. Also tonight after the rawk jim. We've been doing this group thing that has morphed into me teaching which I'm not that into. So I think we'll do a couple more Thursdays and be done with it. It's been a pretty sweet last six months or so with that whole scene. There's this famous teacher who came up here to live for a few months and I have this whole bromance thing going on with him and rock it now with the tango ladies as a result.


Jealous! The teachers I like best around here have a Monday night class, but that hinges on Heffe picking up Baby Monkey from her gymnastics, so it doesn't always happen. Otherwise, I can still make it to the dance, just not the lesson. They just started another class on Fridays, I am psyched to check it out!

The annoying thing that is more of an issue for the follower is that it doesn't really help me to learn cool moves if the guys I dance with never lead those moves.

I finally got couple semi-regular dance partners to learn couple cool colgadas that they know I know, and I know they know, so they actually happen in a dance. Cool

I've kinda tossed most of what I learned in the first year and am back to doing really simple things well. I'll rock the funky stuff from time to time though. It has really helped to have a regular partner (not the life partner) who I get together with to practice once a week.

ugh, so fucking jealous of having a regular practice partner. that is the biggest thing that's holding me back right now in the swingity swings. I can practice some things alone, but I can't practice partnering stuff without a partner.

also, throwing out everything you learned in the first year and going back to simple stuff is kind of the definition of having actually tasted of the fruit of the tree of good and bad dancing and trying to actually become a better dancer.


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caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?

Louie has bagged a couple mice. He's really into all small rodentia really. Not sure how he'd fare against a capybara.

He isn't a good dog to leave locked in a house all day though, and probably not a good cold clime dog either. THere isn't much to him, he gets cold pretty easy.

Searching around for pics of Louie bundled up in his coldweather getup, but all I could find was this.




snoopy138


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drivel wrote:
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drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?

this was actually a westie, a terribly fru fru little dog. but the terriorist in him was strong. i have to think he'd try and kill mice, too. dunno how successful he'd be.

different kinds of terriers are better at diff stuff, I guess, and some are still legit hunting/killing dogs.

you could get a mean akita?


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camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?

Louie has bagged a couple mice. He's really into all small rodentia really. Not sure how he'd fare against a capybara.

He isn't a good dog to leave locked in a house all day though, and probably not a good cold clime dog either. THere isn't much to him, he gets cold pretty easy.

Searching around for pics of Louie bundled up in his coldweather getup, but all I could find was this.


CI tried to break out a shirt for louie in the morning in barstow ... he ran away.


meatbomz


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So, just heard from Tony (Kinetic Tony, not Big Tony, Tony Sartin, or Tony Soprano) about another of our gym members getting injured. This is the third in so many months, after my meatbombz, and another guy's falling off the top of a Coopers Rock H-eyeball.

Anyway, the story: there's a local Columbus guy named Andy Politz, whom I've not met, but is apparently a pretty badass Himalayan nature hiker; he's one of Viesteurs's main partners, has done Everest, etc. There's a whole crew of OSU mountaineering club helmet at the gym-type gumbies who cup the balls of the ground he walks on. He makes a living by charging them all a lot of money to go hiking with him.

Anyway, I guess that recently, he was guiding a charity climb for disabled vets or something on Mt. Washington, and an avalanche hit them and almost killed a bunch of the grupe. I guess that everyone lived, but Andy and his son are injured. A guy from our gym, who is a photographer, was on the trip, too, and is injured, but not sure how bad.

Ugh.

http://www.concordmonitor.com/...anche-climbers-gully

I had friends on the rescue. Sounds like they were warned not to go but the guy was like fuck it let's do this! and then people died.


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camhead wrote:
So, just heard from Tony (Kinetic Tony, not Big Tony, Tony Sartin, or Tony Soprano) about another of our gym members getting injured. This is the third in so many months, after my meatbombz, and another guy's falling off the top of a Coopers Rock H-eyeball.

Anyway, the story: there's a local Columbus guy named Andy Politz, whom I've not met, but is apparently a pretty badass Himalayan nature hiker; he's one of Viesteurs's main partners, has done Everest, etc. There's a whole crew of OSU mountaineering club helmet at the gym-type gumbies who cup the balls of the ground he walks on. He makes a living by charging them all a lot of money to go hiking with him.

Anyway, I guess that recently, he was guiding a charity climb for disabled vets or something on Mt. Washington, and an avalanche hit them and almost killed a bunch of the grupe. I guess that everyone lived, but Andy and his son are injured. A guy from our gym, who is a photographer, was on the trip, too, and is injured, but not sure how bad.

Ugh.

http://www.concordmonitor.com/...anche-climbers-gully
Yeah, general consensus among the crew is that the 'guide' royally ducked up and ignored a direct in person warning from a ranger to not take the route they took.

'But I've done EVEREST!' If you read the report from the Avi center, you'll hardcore face palm.

An avalanche of gu


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snoopy138 wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
drivel wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
lena_chita wrote:
granite_grrl wrote:
camhead wrote:
caughtinside wrote:
New Zealand to banz devl kat!
http://www.slate.com/...ies_and_shouldn.html

Dogz winz!!Angelic

Hmm, makes me feel better about keeping Feisty as an inside cat.

Catz are killers, they can't seem to help themselves.

Well, except for Calvin. If he ever caught a mouse he would try to lick it to death.


I have been considering getting a cat. If i do, I really need the killer kind, to preemptively deal with any mouse problems. How do I find a kitten who will become a nice friendly neighborhood rodent killer?

Rat Terrier!!!!11


durp durp.

think i've told this story before, but my older sister has a little terrier and they had a rabbit have babies under their porch. they kept getting the dog in trouble for chasing/killing them. I was like dude.... what do you think this will accomplish?

How do rat terriers do against small rodents like mice?

Louie has bagged a couple mice. He's really into all small rodentia really. Not sure how he'd fare against a capybara.

He isn't a good dog to leave locked in a house all day though, and probably not a good cold clime dog either. THere isn't much to him, he gets cold pretty easy.

Searching around for pics of Louie bundled up in his coldweather getup, but all I could find was this.


CI tried to break out a shirt for louie in the morning in barstow ... he ran away.


Louie hates his Tshirt. He managed to shed it at sugarloaf last month and it was just luck that I found it.

he also has a hooded fleece that's pretty funny. The hood falls over his eyes and he doesn't see so good.

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