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gotterdamerung

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Losers!! It just goes to show that any kind of dipshit can boulder. I've never had this problem in the mountains, although, one time, these guys got on the route in front of us, so I filled my pack with rocks and beat him to death with it.

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That is pretty hard core. You probably don't want to mess with a guy who uses big rocks for chalk. Anyway, it is nothing new. Surfing has had the same thing regarding locals beating up people who 'get on their wave'. pitty.gif I heard that Dru has a new secret bouldering area up north. yellaf.gif

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I heard that Dru has a new secret bouldering area up north. yellaf.gif

 

Yeah, but if you think getting hit by a chalkbag full of rocks hurts, wait 'til Dru comes at you with his chalk BUCKET for scoopin' pitty.gifhahaha.gif

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It reminds me of the cutthroat competition by surfers for waves in California. There is only so much coastline and too many surfers. Gangs of surfers used to claim certain areas as their own and drive out any interlopers.

 

Boulder problems tend to focus people into small areas in a similar fashion.

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at least it's not "teabagging" pitty.gif

 

isn't that the dream of any spotter? sure looks like it from the bouldering pics.

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"bag him"....pussies.

real climbers trundle huge rocks on each other, not smack em with a purse

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Prof. John Sherman, who runs the world's only degree course in bouldering science and technology at the University of Colorado in Estes Park

 

confused.gif he must teach about mushsmile.gif and phabitude.

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all i got to say if someone ever did that shit to me.

they better be able to run faster than i can, which is very doutful

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Hey!

 

Anyone who climbs with rock in their chalkbag is a badass, and you should avoid them on principle.

 

Look for the sagging bags, and distinctive knocking of rocks as they chalk up.

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