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Comments by arwarreng (17)

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5 out of 5 stars very nice line. super sweet climbing. how could you not like the video.
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teaching kids is so much fun. my domestic partner has a six year old. i started teaching him to climb in the gym when he was three. i was head route setter so they would come eat dinner with me almost every night. i could set problems especially for him. outside he's gotten tons of f.a.'s on little mini problems i find. he's pretty much a boulderer; he hates rope climbing...hates it, still scared of the height.
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now i get the itsy bitsy spider foreshadowing.
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what a rad fall. i was getting bored watching and looked away for a second, and then i heard the fall. when i looked back i saw the climber rolling around on the ground, and i was like, "no frickin way". i've done this one and know how scary it is. i was by myself so i made sure i was solid up there; i think i down climbed once. i can't believe he fell from the top. awesome footage. like the snow on the ground. glad he didn't get broken.
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beautiful. i too was a dirt bag. i did it on and off for the better part of ten years. people talk about their college years as the best years of life. i hated college. for me, the best years were when i was living in the dirt at pete's in heuco, the dirt pile in rifle, miguel's, the pit, camp four, the draw, rocktown parking lot, newton county, ar., or any other bivy i made my home.
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5 out of 5 stars great video mathew, great send scott.
peace,
warren
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definitely get points for that one. how many points is that worth? is that the kearney problem you were telling me about? nice job by the way.
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looks rad.
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good job, looks sweet.
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looks pretty sweet. i would have sunk the knee bar just cuz it looks so good.
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nice music, nice send of a fun problem. i actually thought the crossover beta was great; i couldn't do it any other way.
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great vid. makes me miss bishop. one criticism though, this problem isn't strenth in numbers, it is called original sin. although, original sin by far is the better line. good job on the vid, and nice send.
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good job jordin! i've been teaching my girlfriend"s son since he was three. he is six now and a good boulderer, but still doesn't like the rope. i enjoyed watching the video at the end. it reminds me of getting grant up boulder problems. they scream and cry, but once they send they are sooo psyched, and you know it was worth it.
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nice vid. nice send. this is one of my favorite ranch problems. i gave myself ten points but i always knew it was on the lower end. interesting sequence. it's always cool to see how others solve the puzzle.
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Ahh, Lake Lincoln brings back so many memories, these are my roots: such wonderful smells. Good job.
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another great video getto h. good job!
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that is amazing. i have a nine year old step son whom i've been training since he was four. he's done v4 and climbs well, but he doesn't have the focus or desire like i saw on this vid.