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  1. Where is the love?

    I love each and every one of you so much. I feel, though, that this love is unrequitted...
  2. Who's Hotter?

    Sixties Fun Barbie or Becky, Barbie's parapalegic friend?
  3. Most Humungous Fall To Date TR

    I was running it out on "The Zip", hoping to get to the first pod and stand up, rather than try and get gear from failing fingers. My last peice was a yellow Alien. One hand greased out, and I lost my feet and fell. I somehow managed to get flipped over by either the rope or my second to last piece of gear. I had time to think "FuckI'mfallingIamgettingflippedoverbackwardsIamgoingtohitmyheadIamgladIhavemyhelmeton" and then I was hanging upside down about ten feet above the belay ledge. Mike lowered me down for an exchange of wide-eyed looks, and I tried it again. I managed to get in another piece, but my hands were useless, and Mike had to finish the lead, which I could barely complete on top rope. Today, I have a knarly looking bruise on the back of my thigh from my seminar on "The Efficacy of the Rope Management System in Preventing the Loss of Human Life". Mike figures I fell 25 feet, and we rather tastelessly coined a new phrase that I'd be happy to PM to descibe my experience.
  4. Free Beer For You!!!

    As I was driving around this summer, I was thinking of Eastern Bloc alpine climbing competitions and how, from my knowledge, there is no Pacific Northwest equivalent. I've decided to abandon a lot of the logistical complexities and I bring to you... THE FIRST ANNUAL 2003 "HARDMAN" ALPINE CLIMBING COMPETITION There are three Objectives: 1)Spindrift Colouir on Big Four 2)North Face of Greybeard 3)Watusi Rodeo(with the Twight/Bebie direct finish) on Colonial Peak All three ascents must be completed between January 1st and April 15th, 2003. Photographic documentation for successful completion of each climb must be provided to the "Judge"(me). I am also a competitor. The first team of two, or person, to complete these three routes in the alotted time frame will receive 1 case each (that's 24 beers where I come from) of Corona, six fresh limes, and a T-Shirt declaring them the Winner. So, start your training now by laying in a tub of ice and beating yourself in the groin with a meter stick, if you think you're up for the challenge. -J
  5. Gear for Sale!!!

    Abdominal fetal remnant situation has reached a "head", need some quick cash for a bus ride away from these damn circus people. 1 set slung Black Diamond Hexcentrics (4-10 inclusive): $55 1 pair BD Twist leashes: $20 Camp Tricams, #0.5(pink), #2.0(purple), #2.5(blue): $30 1 pair Camp instep crampons: $30 First come, first served, send me a PM ASAP. All prices include s/h, unless you live out at the End of the Earth, in which case I'll tack on a couple extra bucks.
  6. In Support of Gun Rights

    post recognition You shouldn't pick on Rush, because he is a victim of the left leaning pharmaceutical companies that have received subsidies from BILL CLINTON.
  7. On the true nature of cc.comers

    Which two characters "wrestled" together at night, and kept the other kids awake? IMHO, NO LAW! Spray should be allowed to degenerate as much as possible, as an experiment in plumbing the depths of human depravity. Ex: The Republican Party.
  8. Kill A Tree For Christ

    ...
  9. anyone gonna get after this?

    That winning combination seems to have worked for any number of climbers, but that's a nifty designation for mattp, maybe his description should change to "selfish and lusty" T-Shirts anyone?
  10. anyone gonna get after this?

    Your selfish attitude and lust for recognition will keep you out of the running.
  11. Taking it to the Terrorists

    30 November: Two South Korean workers killed near Tikrit. 29 November: Seven Spanish intelligence officers killed and one wounded near Hillah; two Japanese diplomats and their Iraqi driver killed near Tikrit; two American soldiers killed near the Syrian border; one Colombian contractor killed and two wounded near Balad. 28 November: US soldier killed when rebels shelled a military base in Mosul; a second US soldier died from gunshot wounds. 27 November: A US soldier found dead in his barracks in Ramadi from a gunshot wound. 26 November: A US soldier found dead in Mosul. 23 November: Five US soldiers killed in three separate incidents. One died when his patrol vehicle rolled into a canal. Another from the 4th Infantry Division killed by an explosive device in Baqubah. Three killed in West Mosul. 22 November: Two US soldiers from the 1st Armoured Division killed in a traffic accident near Baghdad airport. 21 November: Two US soldiers killed. One from the 4th Infantry Division drowned when his vehicle rolled into a canal in Tikrit; another from the division is killed by an explosive device near Ghalibiyah. 20 November: Soldier from the 82nd Airborne Division killed in a bomb attack near Ramadi. 17 November: Three soldiers killed. One from the 1st Armoured Division died in non-hostile gunfire in Baghdad, another from the 4th Infantry Division killed by a bomb in Balad and another from the division killed in a grenade attack on a patrol in Abu Shukayr. 15 November: Seventeen soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division killed when two Black Hawk helicopters are brought down in Mosul. A soldier from the 1st Armoured Division killed by an explosive device in the Azamiyah area of Baghdad. 14 November: A soldier from the 1st Armoured Division killed by an explosive device in central Baghdad. Special Operations Force soldier dies when his vehicle struck a landmine. Two Task Force Ironhorse soldiers killed when their convoy was attacked with explosives north of Samarra. 12 November: Nineteen Italians killed when a suicide bomber drives a petrol tanker into the Italian base in Nasiriyah. A soldier from the 1st Armoured Division was killed by a bomb in Baghdad. 11 November: One member of Task Force Ironhorse killed when his vehicle struck an explosive device north of Baghdad. Another from the 1st Armoured Division killed by an explosive device in Baghdad. 10 November: One US Military Police Brigade soldier killed in rocket-propelled grenade attack west of Iskandariyah. 9 November: A US soldier from the 18th Military Police Brigade killed in a grenade attack west of Iskandariyah. 8 November: A member of the 1st Armoured Division killed by an explosive device in the Wehda district of Baghdad. A soldier from the 82nd Airborne Division killed near Fallujah. 7 November: Six soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division killed when their helicopter caught fire on landing near Tikrit. A member of the 101st Airborne Division killed during a grenade attack in Mosul. 6 November: One soldier from the 3rd Armoured Division, the Cavalry Regiment, killed when a military truck hit a landmine on a border road near Husaybah. Another from the 101st Airborne Division killed by an explosive device east of Mosul. 5 November: A US soldier from the 82nd Airborne Division killed and two wounded during a grenade attack on a patrol near Mahmudiyah. 4 November: One soldier from the 1st Armoured Division died from non-hostile gunshot wounds sustained in Iraq. A second killed by an explosive device in Baghdad. 3 November: US soldier from the 4th Infantry Division killed by an explosive device in Tikrit. 2 November: Fifteen soldiers killed when their helicopter was shot down near Amiryah. A US soldier from the 1st Armoured Division dies from wounds sustained in an explosives attack in Baghdad. 1 November: Two soldiers from the 101st Airborne Division killed by an explosive device near Mosul.
  12. Banff Ice Conditions

    There are only like eight thousand feet of avi terrain above the climbs in Field. If I lived in Field, I would have moved to Lake Louise for the weekend, for fear of having my whole community swept away by the White Death.
  13. Ladies, your dream has come true

    I'd feel too guilty, and couldn't live with myself.
  14. Taking it to the Terrorists

    Not much to show for it? We rolled through a COUNTRY in a few weeks and we are cleaning up the after math. Eat a dick. I think your oppinion may be biased by the brain-washing you've suffered through.
  15. Killer Tune

    David Zawn doing an acoustic cover of Iron Maiden's Number of the Beast. Really sweet.
  16. Killer Tune

    I second the motion!
  17. Killer Tune

  18. Question for Tech Nerds

    Why is it that my burned CDs will play on my computers at home and at work, but not on my car stereo? I burned the files as .wavs, but no dice in the automobile. Suggestions?
  19. Thanksgiving Tradition

    hey dumbfuck! they celebrated it a month ago. Please refrain from personal attacks, or I will be forced to report your behavior to the moderators. boo fucking hoo. I no longer feel safe posting to this website.
  20. Thanksgiving Tradition

    hey dumbfuck! they celebrated it a month ago. Please refrain from personal attacks, or I will be forced to report your behavior to the moderators.
  21. Found on the freeway today:

    Hip-hop fans will steal all your shit, while rap fans will gun you down during a drive by.
  22. Found on the freeway today:

    cunt-hop
  23. Thanksgiving Tradition

    Celebrated the holiday by ignoring it. Again. Helped that I was in Canada. Those fucking pagans up there have no respect for their roots, but it's nice to not have to deal with all the bullshit and gluttony.
  24. Found on the freeway today:

    What part of Idaho did you grow up in, you fucking rascist? who mentioned anything about race? Who are the predominant listeners of Hip-Hop and Urban Contemp? I'm calling reverse discrimination, automatically categorizing someone as racist based on their geographic origin. It is a FACT that anyone from Idaho is a racist.
  25. Brush with Greatness

    I fucked Chelsea Clinton.
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