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About schlangeschmecker

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    Meat Inspector
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    Der Sausage Shoppe, Little Bavaria, WA
  1. Let's mix it up!

    Hey gang! Who's up for a little mixed work up at the Rap Wall? They've got bolt trails equipped with quickdraws and even fixed ropes to swing on. Come on!
  2. cougin' it

    Too bad Cougar QB's are fragile.
  3. Molly Ringwald?

    She's got a face made for radio.
  4. TR: The Titan, Fisher Towers - Utah

    I crapped my pants just looking at your photos. You guys got balls.....great, big, fucking balls!
  5. tough choice?

    From a man who happens to have built his life around copious quantities of both activities, I would have to ask why anybody would feel the need to ponder this question.
  6. Liberal bias in the media!!!!

    \ Oh no. I didn't miss za point. I saw the other one too. Maybe it's just me, but I have difficulty tuning in to an a.m. radio family counselor who has appeared in photographs I wouldn't let my kids view.
  7. Using SLCD's only for an anchor

    Bullshit, Privat Pile. A cam may fail in a parallel-sided crack. A cam will never fail (unless it walks out of position) when placed behind a constriction. At a belay, a bomber nut is always better than a cam in a parallel-sided crack. This just seems obvious. But then, who is going to avoid a bomber nut placement in favor of an all-cam belay? I also think three pages of opinion and emotion have been devoted to the wrong question. What I see as an extremely hazardous and all too common practice is when climbers belay directly off of the anchor, regardless of its quality. I think the importance of the belayer's stance should be discussed instead of this gear-freak discussion. Dammit, SlangSmackTalker! Our whole culture is based on the externalizing of problems. And you...you! Come along talking about PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY , Mr. High 'n Mighty. What kinda hippy commune you runnin' over there, Dammit? What with Rat, Rolf, FeralPig. Jeez, who knows what goes on... I mean it, Mister E W. If the belay anchor is so marinal that it can't hold a few hundred pounds, maybe a hip belay can relax the anchor strain. Maybe a c-4-Stealth-enhanced stance offers more security than nexted Aliens. Rat....Rolf......hippie communes.....you don't know who you're talking to (but I know who I'm talking to).
  8. Liberal bias in the media!!!!

    Once we saw her naked, she just seemed to lose her charm. She's a victim of her big mouth and her eagerness to prescribe moral standards by which she feels personally unrestrained.
  9. Using SLCD's only for an anchor

    Bullshit, Privat Pile. A cam may fail in a parallel-sided crack. A cam will never fail (unless it walks out of position) when placed behind a constriction. At a belay, a bomber nut is always better than a cam in a parallel-sided crack. This just seems obvious. But then, who is going to avoid a bomber nut placement in favor of an all-cam belay? I also think three pages of opinion and emotion have been devoted to the wrong question. What I see as an extremely hazardous and all too common practice is when climbers belay directly off of the anchor, regardless of its quality. I think the importance of the belayer's stance should be discussed instead of this gear-freak discussion.
  10. Indoor Climbing Magazine!

    Ja, sicher! Und I could teach you how to yodel and blow mein alpen horn!
  11. Indoor Climbing Magazine!

  12. Bored?

    And if you wait long enough, somebody will pat your back.....so you don't have to!
  13. Bored?

    That guy up front is Otto Groper. Get it?
  14. nutrition question

    Q. How do you help the sport climber in your life lose 15 pounds? A. Hide his food stamps under his deoderant.
  15. i'm a...

    What's gayer than an Easter parade?
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