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Comments by Go-Devil (22)


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one must be twisted in the head to put plastic rocks in a forest to attract those smelly boulderers ;)

you get a five for showin me the funniest boulder ever !

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one must be twisted in the head to put plastic rocks in a forest to attract those smelly boulderers ;)

you get a five for showin me the funniest boulder ever !

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4 out of 5 stars Wish i was there....

that awesome, you guys are so lucky to climb places like this !!!

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I throw you my Not-So-Whitie-Tighties.....

(i've been wearing em since i was nine......)

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Slab is a way of life woohooooo !!!!

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5 out of 5 stars Nice shot, but isnt that background blurred with photoshop ???

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5 out of 5 stars Which punk has scratched that beautiful rock ??!!

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Why can't my girl be like rockclimbing....

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5 out of 5 stars MUST CLIMB, QUIT JOB, GO CLIMB....


aah man, thats so tempting...

life is so boring without climbing !! very nice pic !!

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Lol did he survive ??
Did he wet his pants ??

very nice action-shot !

Let's just hope the poor guy is Ok...

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5 out of 5 stars hehe, hes too tough to use other ppls work...

Nice pic, i wash i was climbing right now, instead of typing this message....

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5 out of 5 stars Monkey-tricks !!!

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that climb looks super hot !!!
wish i was there !!

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5 out of 5 stars are you kidding me, a volcano !!!????

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5 out of 5 stars Fly boy, Fly !!!

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5 out of 5 stars Omg, i wish i had money to go on a rockclimbing trip to thailand or something.... instead i'm stuck on the cold and wet belgian rocks...... :(

tell the guy in the boat too watch out for falling climbers....

(they shud put a warning sign out....)

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5 out of 5 stars he looks like he lives in a cave somewhere mid-way a nice and peacefull crag where he feasts on little climbers who pass by the entrance of his hole....

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Pretty impressive, but also pretty unconcerned... if she makes a hard fall the harness could be of potential danger to the baby...

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his shoulders look massive !!

a real nutcracker ;)

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this is awesome, but i would like to give you the advice of using a secondary life-line, because usin the slackline as only life support isn't realy safe since your system hasn't got any back-up, i suggest rigging a secondary line less tense besides it. you can still clip on the slackline, but you should then also clip in the secondary , giving you two back-ups, yourself, and two life-lines


(slack-lines endure much more power then just you weight (vectors) )

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5 out of 5 stars I use two beercrates stacked on eachother as a frame
and my ground anchor is a metal plate 50cm wide and 80 long ( triangular) wich is hammered in the ground under about 20 off vertical, this setup holds extremely well, i tension with a ratchet and it holds good (the soil is just ye old black ground ..., no rocks...

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5 out of 5 stars I use two beercrates stacked on eachother as a frame
and my ground anchor is a metal plate 50cm wide and 80 long ( triangular) wich is hammered in the ground under about 20 off vertical, this setup holds extremely well, i tension with a ratchet and it holds good (the soil is just ye old black ground ..., no rocks...