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Comments by jbone (31)


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4 out of 5 stars Seriously, I guess you have to kinda know the problem. Is the real picture more clear?

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1 out of 5 stars Oh my god, a butt shot...

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5 out of 5 stars The distortion effect was due to the close-up use of the Wide-Angle Opticle lens. Worked real good for centering on the climber.

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Oohhh God.... You gotta just be creaming right now... Nice!
JBone

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4 out of 5 stars Yeah I wish he was looking up but I think it's all the rest that's there that makes it cool>>

Enjoy J-Bone

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5 out of 5 stars The Problem is called "Mother of Proved"
Greg Was working this 'new' finish, but bailed eventually after it was too dirty. Traditional finish goes out left to dyno rail then over top. Nutthin but Slopers...

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5 out of 5 stars Thanks, Fresh off the press. Just shot about 7 hrs ago in Flagstaff.

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5 out of 5 stars There is like 1 Cordless Evil Pad then about 7 other metoulius and cordless and misty pads in that pile you see down low. The spotters would more likely injure him when he hit them in a fall so they are doing right by standing clear. They are more concerned with arranging the Enormous pad pile as he begins to top out... And keeping him from falling out of the Pad Pit>>

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5 out of 5 stars You can never have too much "Green." He he he

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5 out of 5 stars Problem Just got sent today, by Zak Farmer local Flaggie... Word Bro.. Nice job.. JBone

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5 out of 5 stars So Zak has named the Problem, "The Establishment" and sounds like V9/10, For those of you who don't care about ratings enough to get offended.. He's the only send to date... So what he say's goes... Could this be the end?

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5 out of 5 stars Why.... That's Greg Varela... Holding a 4.o Megapixel Digital Camera.... You can see his gallery at www.ArizonaClimbing.com

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5 out of 5 stars Holly Crap Rrradam got a new camera. There is much rejoicing. I like the close up and that you are still under the next draw. Nice Rock..

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5 out of 5 stars I have such sense for the Photogenic Moments in Life... ha ha

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5 out of 5 stars Come on Folks!! Keep more Chicks like this on the Front Page. Geeze is this a Mens Health Photo Mag? More Chicks!! Hot Chicks like these!!

JBone has Spoken..

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5 out of 5 stars Testing my Broken Wrist, Ouch!!

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5 out of 5 stars Was that next to the 400 pt problem at the Tetons area? Or is that the variation of Matt Krises's classic arete?

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5 out of 5 stars I think you may be on to something, That reflection off Dave's head could light a city!!

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Look's like Homestead You are all the way in Spain?

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I'm so glad I started bolting on this wall.. Anyone try Trantula Yet?

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Dude, it was actually downgraded this year from V10 to V9. It's the low sit start to finish on the line that you did which is a V2. Soon you'll be able to reference this in the new guidebook by Matt Wilder hopefully being released next season.

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5 out of 5 stars Spoken like a true RC Gumby. Your words may have a scant of truth behind them if he had been able to actually send the line before the comp. It was Sam's deepest love of climbing that enabled him to rise to the occasion and send this when it was able to mean a little bit more. How many climbers can send a V13 project under the pressures of a comp. Yeah a few, but they are a special few.. Also, ask any one of the guys in his category if he didn't deserve it.. Hold on I'll get them.. Get a clue organic, climbing is too honorable for your type.

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Stone Monkey is the name of this line, Waddup G?

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Hey guys, what's with the Arian's R' us Hair cut's?

Tucson boys rockin Flagtown, Renegade style

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5 out of 5 stars This line has not been repeated. According to my system, no grade can be established till the problem has been climbed by 5 people.
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But it's harder than v10, we think..

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Hell yeah, That's my line yo.

No Ascent recorded to date.

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Ranges from 110ft to 160 ft in the middle area.

Note the fullgrown saguaro's on the hillside, some are easily 20 ft high.

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5 out of 5 stars Damn, you can't even see the bolts..

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5 out of 5 stars Don't worry, you will see this picture again.. Although less familiar than this, it's original form..

THRUTH-Fall/05

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Remove this picture from the RC.com database.

This is a blatant abuse of user posting privileges and portrays climbers as ego driven terrorists.

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This picture illustrates how totally jacked my right wrist is, I am amazed that I even hold on with that thing.