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Chepe

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Everything posted by Chepe

  1. Gym Shenanigans

    You better listen to those expert climbers in the gym. That's where all the root of safety begins.
  2. Real crazy climbers

    You climbers call each other crazy What the fuck are the ropes for
  3. What's going on around here?

    I wipe on the fence
  4. Should Dru Move To Baffin Island

    Dem iniut women got some hot booty. You missin out bud.
  5. What's going on around here?

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  6. What's going on around here?

    14th rusted out beckey bolt while free climbing.
  7. Non smoking Pub club

    The real hippies have flowers next to their names http://www.cascadeclimbers.com/threadz/online.php?Cat=
  8. Why don't we have a kegger sometime?

    is there a fire hydrant nearby? traks leg can substitute if not
  9. What's going on around here?

    Now this is pathetic Here we have the OffWhite in one corner smack talking people he doesn't know and here we have in the other corner willstrickland backing off. Rage
  10. Source Lake Area

    Post deleted by Ade
  11. What's going on around here?

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  12. Johannesburg Mtn

    yeah right! I was up there and didn't see any footprints! I demand proof! You guys tricked me last time on the n. ridge of Stuart, it wont happen again! conditions were so bad even I wouldn't have been able to climb that route! you bastards!
  13. i want to push an old man down the stairs

    aren't you guys all high and mighty? must be nice to be so fucking perfect all the time. the article is clear the judge didn't intend malice, therefore, they can't prosecute. it was just a miscommunication with his gardener, you should prosecute him for being so stupid and getting caught. what the fuck do you guys have a problem with? he's a judge and it comes with some perks ok? kinda like owning a car dealership, and repairing your own car, do you charge yourself? fuck no! you get it fixed for free! smoke a bowl and relax, it'll make good firewood.
  14. Eve Dearborn Memorial

    Me and James (aka crippleknee) did it last Saturday in the rain. He cried the entire time. I couldn't believe it, what a whiner. I finallly cut the rope and let him solo down, while I finished the route and performed a beautyful swan dive into Lake Serene. The route is in good shape for suicidal cartoon characters.
  15. Climbing Suggestions

    you might try any of the routes on Willis Wall. They are pretty fun in the winter.
  16. stuff this in your stocking! HINEY!
  17. BD Whippets

    I thought a whippet was a dog breed [ 11-25-2002, 05:20 PM: Message edited by: Chepe ]
  18. REI explores another user group

    quote: Originally posted by Dru: Chepe is gonna be a good sledder one day so I hear. MUSH MUSH I have my piloting license and sled team master badges. Am I cool now REI sux but it sure isn't everyone's fault that works there.
  19. REI explores another user group

    Ruffwear is lame. I like whisker biscuits though
  20. REI explores another user group

    I'm going to REI right now. They still suck though. I just want to look at thier 2 way radios and compare them with Radio Shack and other stores. If they were smart they'd be selling stuff like micro sized MP3 players or other radios so we could blast obscene music into our ears while in basecamp or hiking\skiing along. Or even gameboys or something too.
  21. Practice makes perfect

    quote: Originally posted by Cpt.Caveman: Hey Chepe what is an Oogity Boogity?! Does it frighten you??? It should. GAH HA HA HAAAA... Ever accidentally suck a flaming bud right through your pipe? That's oogity boogity shit right there. Think you're only 15' above your last placement and look down to find it fell out when you climbed past it and now you are 30' above a rusty fixed pin? That, dude, is OOGITY FUCKIN BOOGITY! YOU ARE OOGITY FUKING BOOGITY CAVEMAN! ITS HARSHNESS IN ALL IT'S GLORY MAN!!! WHOOO HOOO! do a google search for more info (IF YOU DARE).
  22. Practice makes perfect

    quote: Originally posted by Greg W: quote:Originally posted by Chepe: I volunteer to smoke dope and trundle while you guys try to work on anchors so you can see what it's like to do it under Alpine conditions. HEH HEH HEH HEEEH!! and - Oogity Boogity! As long as you're not trundling your little brown puppy coils!! I may trundle little brown puppies at you but I draw the line at touching their turds you sick bastard! Why is everybody so scared of climbing in the rain out here? You eliminate about 50% of the year if you don't. Oh yeah, that right, most of you are Cali/Colo transplants. It helps if you take some "meds" prior to climbing. Animals!
  23. A quiz about your car or truck

    quote: Originally posted by mattp: Quiz: 1. What kind of car or truck do you own? 2. How many times in the last year has it been inadequate for getting to a climb that you wanted to do? 3. On any of the occasions counted above, would higher clearance have actually made the difference? 4. On any of the occasions counted as a yes in #2, would 4 wheel drive or tire chains have made the difference (and which one)? Why do I ask? I'm shopping for a new vehicle. And I'm thinking of buying a car and not a truck because I am tired of the stiff suspension and cramped quarters in my Toyota 4x4 and I believe a car is probably better suited to what I do with my vehicle 95% of the time: commute, run errands, and otherwise drive on well-maintained roads. Even most logging roads I drive are not all that bad and any car could make it up them, though I slept in my truck once in the last year and there were four times I was able to drive a half mile further in my 4x4 pickup than I would have with a normal car. I hauled construction materials 15 or 20 times, but I am wondering if even this does not justify driving an uncomfortable, bouncy, and less safe vehicle all of the time. I could probably just as easily have those materials delivered, or rent a truck a couple times a year. Several threads have addressed these issues, and the discussion boils down to this: (1) if you really want to explore the remote parts of BC or go to the Maze district in Canyonlands, you probably want to take a high clearance 4x4 pickup; (2) if you ski a lot and don't want to have to mess around with chains, you gotta have all wheel drive or 4 wheel drive; and (3) if you are going to just about any popular climb, even including routes on remote peaks if those remote peaks are ones that are served by maintained trails, just about any car will get you to the trailhead. just get a car so when you go over bumpy roads it doesn't make your hemroids flare up you uptight wus!
  24. Practice makes perfect

    I volunteer to smoke dope and trundle while you guys try to work on anchors so you can see what it's like to do it under Alpine conditions. HEH HEH HEH HEEEH!! and - Oogity Boogity!
  25. drytooling at exit 38

    just take a hit of acid and drytool Godzilla at Index free solo, you'll learn fast or splatter! HA HA HA HA!!!!!!!!!!!
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