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About Bianca_Piaggio

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  • Birthday 11/26/2017

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    critic
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    right near here
  1. will Muffy change her screen name?

    Mais pour quoi, cherie?
  2. KEXP TO DUMP KXOT!

    Just to clarify, at least going back to 1984, KCMU had records in light, medium, and heavy rotation. There was a requirement (not enforced, but we did it) that we play a certain amount of each per hour. Sometimes there would only be 5-6 albums in the heavy rotation bin.
  3. AT settup Questions!

    Once you get your new setup, plan on spending the first season or so getting good on the new gear by skiing lift serviced and taking an avy safety course and going out and practicing your new skillz with people who know what they are doing. Also, you'll want to read the avalanche report every day for the entire snow season.
  4. KEXP TO DUMP KXOT!

    I worked there "back in the day" in the mid 1980s. At the time KCMU was one of the top ten college radio stations in the country. People who worked there at the time went on to be very successful and in some cases famous in the music industry. The point of this? There is no point. Who the hell cares. So what. In the 20-odd years I've been a listener, including the 3 years or so I was on the air and held a staff position there, I can't so much as say it's changed all that much. There have been years where the programming has been more or less cohesive, more or less mainstream, more or less interesting. Same for the on-air talent. I for one prefer the continuity and improved quality of the on-air talent as compared to the complete mishmash that it once was. I still hear incredibly cool groundbreaking music on that station, the kind that makes me wheel the grocery-getter to the curb and grab pencil and paper lest I never hear that new artist again.
  5. will Muffy change her screen name?

    I think you should BOTH STFU.
  6. FRESHIEZ

    Dwayn if I recall you use to praise the spew on this site and riduculed those who made a plea similar to the one you're making here. Who is the real Dwayn? Wasn't your most recent tome to be called Bombast and Bombardiering: A freshie's guide to CC.com This site is so confusing.
  7. FRESHIEZ

    Dwayn if I recall you use to praise the spew on this site and riduculed those who made a plea similar to the one you're making here. Who is the real Dwayn? Wasn't your most recent tome to be called Bombast and Bombardiering: A freshie's guide to CC.com This site is so confusing.
  8. FRESHIEZ

    I should have delted the Caveman reference from my stolen passgae. Cavemen is the one thing on CC.com that never changes and never pretends to be something he isn't. Love him or hate him he's one of the few nonposers here.
  9. FRESHIEZ

    I should have delted the Caveman reference from my stolen passgae. Cavemen is the one thing on CC.com that never changes and never pretends to be something he isn't. Love him or hate him he's one of the few nonposers here.
  10. FRESHIEZ

    I wish I could have said it as well as Lambone. Hey I can! My nomination would be way back when Dwayner and pope began to propegate the anti-bolt/sport climber wars. Runner up would be when cavenman publicly threatened to kill me cause he thought I was making fun of Fred Beckey (I wasn't). But who really cares when or why CC.com so called "jumped the shark?" why ask? Are you woried that the respected climbing "pioneers" in the NW won't respect you when they find out you post on CC.com? By claiming that you remember when CC.com jumped the shark, you are basically saying that you were around during the "golden age" when CC.com was a nice happy climbing community that shared information and encouragement. A time when it was considered respectable to be a registered member and contributer to the boards. Once again placing yourself in the "old school" category that is inherently superior to the "new school." Once again living in the past and promoting a dicotomy between the intrest groups of our small community. Still, I will contribute my own nomination, because hey, spraying is allways more fun than work, regardless of what the "pioneers" think. No shit... Scott P, effortlessly good at stating the obvious. Of course, I would never say that to you in person.
  11. FRESHIEZ

    I wish I could have said it as well as Lambone. Hey I can! My nomination would be way back when Dwayner and pope began to propegate the anti-bolt/sport climber wars. Runner up would be when cavenman publicly threatened to kill me cause he thought I was making fun of Fred Beckey (I wasn't). But who really cares when or why CC.com so called "jumped the shark?" why ask? Are you woried that the respected climbing "pioneers" in the NW won't respect you when they find out you post on CC.com? By claiming that you remember when CC.com jumped the shark, you are basically saying that you were around during the "golden age" when CC.com was a nice happy climbing community that shared information and encouragement. A time when it was considered respectable to be a registered member and contributer to the boards. Once again placing yourself in the "old school" category that is inherently superior to the "new school." Once again living in the past and promoting a dicotomy between the intrest groups of our small community. Still, I will contribute my own nomination, because hey, spraying is allways more fun than work, regardless of what the "pioneers" think. No shit... Scott P, effortlessly good at stating the obvious. Of course, I would never say that to you in person.
  12. hardman in action

    Double posts.... [ 08-31-2002, 01:22 PM: Message edited by: Bianca Piaggio ]
  13. hardman in action

    quote: Originally posted by danielpatricksmith: God dammit I look good in a beard! There are at least two female cc.commers who would agree with this. I think we need to know more!
  14. personal safety for female and males

    She shouldn't need any special training for the woods, just a keen eye, and a healthy soul that is not jumpy and paranoid. The skills are the same. I swear, the snafflehounds get me way worse than the scary man in the brush, he hardly ever freaks me out. Only if scary man snores.
  15. Revenge

    Jeez, you guys, yes, I know who Fred Beckey is, man, I was just asking. Of course I use the books just like everyone else, and I've got a handle on his resume, and all of that, but I was just wondering why he gets discussed here so much. It's a simple enough question! Dang, crazy amounts of foul name calling here! [ 08-04-2002, 10:41 PM: Message edited by: Bianca Piaggio ]
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