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Comments by bennydh (19)


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Are those holds reinforced with glue or is that just the color of the rock where the route was cleaned? I need to head over to the quarry and check some of this out for myself because it looks way fun.

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I would like the barely visible women in the boat more, if she had red and green arrows drawn all over her.

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I'm done bashing the Hammer pants. Now I'm just curious about the unstrapped shoes. Please don't tell me this is a 'stylistic' thing. BTW where is the orange beanie. There are some gamma and focus issues.

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What is up with the MC Hammer pants?

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I had a smart ass comment to make, then I read the title of the photo and realized I'd already been shut down. Touché.

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Beautiful country.

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Cool shot. Too bad it isn't higher res.

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What are the two dark lines on the left and right borders? Clean job clipping!

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I climb shirtless pretty often, and I'm not a douchebag. I also live in the California though, the weather is almost always nice and we don't have any concept of winter. ;)

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The blurred hand is a bit of a shame.

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Must be cumbersome placing gear with a bouldering pad on your back.

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looks kinda burly O_o

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standing in the snow is sort of like climbing.

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I lol'd.

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I don't think anyone knows what plactic feels like. Care to share?

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You are gonna make friends on this site fast!

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climbingtrash, you know how this site reacts when there is any female in a climbing photo, but myspace-like shots with cleavage... Its only a short matter of time now before the real creepers show up. @HankyMcClanky welcome, and good luck!

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Haha, I just said you are going to make friends fast. See! You are off to an excellent start. :) Welcome to climbing, and RC.noob.

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I'm not sure what you meant by 'guiding purposes only'. If you don't want comments about your photos, don't post them somewhere publicly visible, especially on a climbing forum where anyone can leave a comment. If you want to retain some sort of control over comments on photos, while making a public identity for yourself, you could do what most people or businesses would do and set up a website.