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Comments by slobmonster (33)


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0 out of 5 stars can you say "orthodontics?"

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5 out of 5 stars This is the *first* pitch of Women in Love, and it's AJ Jones, not Brown.

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Looks as polished as Quincy Quarries.

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I most defintely climbed the slot to your left. Oof, fists.

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I can't even get my dad to drive seventy miles per hour.

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jeeezis run it out a little more, eh?

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tell the boys i'll see them in the creek for halloween...

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I've fallen *above* there several times, where it tightens down to blue Aliens, but you're right above a rest! Learn to downclimb! Nice photo though. And I miss the Creek.

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blurry = 2 MP digi + digital zoom... sorry.

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I don't think you need to practice "schmuck" if it just, well, somes so damn naturally. This photo typefies what makes an otherwise perfect climbing area a rat-infested ship of urban fools. I cringe.

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Full value. Three distinct cruxes, one per pitch. Mandatory runout. I wish it was nine hundred feet long.

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you people really need to learn how to put in gear. and not whip so damn much.

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Funny, but before ice climbing became as popular as it is now, the free-hanger you're humping in this photo was called the 'Schoolroom Pillar,' and touched down all the way to the ground, fat.

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no reason to be a front page pic... i can see the pixellation without any blowup at all.

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maybe if we all heard the real story we'd be that much more informed because of it? it's good old mark! cathedral ledge's very own chipping, drilling thug!

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I hate that damned move, really.
NB the piton clipped above your head is still there, and it probably will be for years to come...

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4 out of 5 stars nice photo joe. the subject's focus is obviously intent. one *small* (and perhaps useless comment): it's not very often you have the chance to shoot a climb for which the name actually describes the route. slice and dice, from the ground, looks like it will chop you up and throw you out in pieces; perhaps getting a shot that conveys this might be the holy grail.

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fear the mullet

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What's with the freaking headlamps?

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wow, he must have small hands.

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4 out of 5 stars I've TR'ed this line, and truth be told my feet were quite relaxed every time I *hung*.

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No, you cannot marry my daughter.

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I like the REI shopping bag in the corner.

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This reminds me of some of the footage in the 70s documentary "El Capitan," with Leto Tejada-Flores, Gary Colliver, and two other climbers. An excellent film, worth owning.

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exactly how many branches did she hit when she fell out of that tree?

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I could not help but notice a line of bolts to your left in the photo.

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There's nothing like a quick Diedre blast on a cool autumn afternoon.

There's also nothing quite like a Diedre slog on a schvitz-prone super-hot summer afternoon. Good job not sliming out of there.

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PROUD nostril flare.

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It is stiff for a 5.8. For a better shot of the same route, check out www.mountainhardwear.com, keep reloading the main page till the pic shows up.

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Check out the Long Dong

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One of my best friends sandbagged me on this exact route; the start just pissed me off. You should know that it really called "Hole in the Wall," at least by some desert rats in their fifties.

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Where'd you get that *sweet* chalkbag?

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beautiful photo... doesn't quite do justice to tha angle of the layback though.