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Alejandro Alpine · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2018 · Points: 0
CO Climber wrote: Say it ain’t so braj?  Guess all you locals are thin skinned.  LOL. 

LOL!!! 

Not all Southern California locals, just the world class alpine climbers from this tiny mountain. And those who say brajhmaajalla, which honestly sounds like something I’d eat with humus and pita bread 

Jeffrey Constine · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined May 2009 · Points: 588

OH MAN down the toilet it goes.

Tradiban · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2004 · Points: 11,460
Alejandro Alpine wrote:

LOL!!! 

Not all Southern California locals, just the world class alpine climbers from this tiny mountain. And those who say brajhmaajalla, which honestly sounds like something I’d eat with humus and pita bread 



That's racist.

Alejandro Alpine · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2018 · Points: 0
Tradiban wrote:

That's racist.

I’m not racist dude. 

master gumby · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 152
Alejandro Alpine wrote:

I’m not racist dude. 

Acknowledgement is the first step man. It's ok dude we are accepting of all types in so cal - not like other parts of the country. Jah feel? 

Alejandro Alpine · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Nov 2018 · Points: 0
master gumby wrote:

Acknowledgement is the first step man. It's ok dude we are accepting of all types in so cal - not like other parts of the country. Jah feel? 

Lol I seriously do eat humus and pita.

Competent Leader · · Western US · Joined Jan 2019 · Points: 0

Looks like we got a stage 5 racist on our hands.

CO Climber · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2018 · Points: 0
Jeffrey Constine wrote: OH MAN down the toilet it goes.

Let me help you out brotha. I think you locals say HOHMAN. 


This is priceless. Like a modern day e-turf war version of LA in the 80s and 90s when I lived there. The old timers are the Surenos, the locals are the Bloods, the millennial trolls are like the Crips, and Alejandro is the small group of Cambodian kids who immigrated into Long Beach and stirred up more trouble. 
Please keep this going!!!  
CO Climber · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2018 · Points: 0
Alejandro Alpine wrote:

I’m not racist dude. 

Don’t worry bro. We all know. You don’t have to explain yourself to them. No one named Alejandro can be racist. They’re racist for calling you racist. 

JohnReg · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2015 · Points: 15

I clicked on this thread to see what people were saying about ice climbing at Tahquitz. 

Fat Dad · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined Nov 2007 · Points: 60
CO Climber wrote:

Don’t worry bro. We all know. You don’t have to explain yourself to them. No one named Alejandro can be racist. They’re racist for calling you racist. 

Troll.  Has Eleanor resurfaced?

Competent Leader · · Western US · Joined Jan 2019 · Points: 0
Fat Dad wrote:

Troll.  Has Eleanor resurfaced?

You might be onto something, although the dude reads more like beardo in my opinion.


Edit:  forgot to mention, alejandro does a couple easy walk ups in the Sierra and fancies himself a mountaineer now.  Might I be the first to say:   Lol
Tim FromMaine · · Maine->Colorado->Idyllwild · Joined Jul 2009 · Points: 6

I went out on Saturday to where I thought was the 50M smear. I may have missed the actual "flow" but I did find enough thin "ice" nonsense to stick a pick or two. I've got to give Tradiban some credit, he got me out of the house on an otherwise crumby day, where I would have stayed home binge drinking and cruising mountain project. 

Tawk Tomahawk · · Unknown Hometown · Joined 5 days ago · Points: 0
Competent Leader wrote:

You might be onto something, although the dude reads more like beardo in my opinion.


Edit:  forgot to mention, alejandro does a couple easy walk ups in the Sierra and fancies himself a mountaineer now.  Might I be the first to say:   Lol

What do you consider “not an easy walk” in the Sierra might I ask, to put things into context? 

x15x15 · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2009 · Points: 205
CO Climber wrote: Say it ain’t so braj?  Guess all you locals are thin skinned.  LOL. 

damnitalltoheck!!! you got me... quick on your wits... I just haven't figured out how to deal with hikers...

Fat Dad · · Los Angeles, CA · Joined Nov 2007 · Points: 60
Competent Leader wrote:

You might be onto something, although the dude reads more like beardo in my opinion.


Edit:  forgot to mention, alejandro does a couple easy walk ups in the Sierra and fancies himself a mountaineer now.  Might I be the first to say:   Lol

Got it.  A troll and a d bag.  Thanks for the clarification.

CO Climber · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Oct 2018 · Points: 0
x15x15 wrote:

damnitalltoheck!!! you got me... quick on your wits... I just haven't figured out how to deal with hikers...


Next time I'm in town and hike Devils Slide gazing in awe at the rocks I can't climb with the family, I'll buy you a beer if you promise me protection from the local thugs my friend.

So much irony in your post fat dad!  You're conversing with a troll about me being a troll.  D bag?  That hurts!  I was simply defending the honor of Alejandro from Competent Leader and his vicious gang who seem to constantly jump on the guy like your LA gangs on innocent people.  You know, the same Alejandro you defended days ago?  You're a sharp one detecting the stench of my troll, a shining beacon of the intelligence that emanates from LA.

Back on topic.  It's the 3 month anniversary of this thread, and 8 pages later this is the best you that you can do?  How's the pristine rock treating you???    

x15x15 · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Mar 2009 · Points: 205
CO Climber wrote:
Next time I'm in town and hike Devils Slide gazing in awe at the rocks I can't climb with the family, I'll buy you a beer if you promise me protection from the local thugs my friend.

sounds like a plan.  

I've shared many a fine ales with tons of hikers as they quiz me, and my family, about all the gear we use to scale the massive rocks that surround this Idyllwild Shangri la...

Tradiban · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Apr 2004 · Points: 11,460
Tim FromMaine wrote: I went out on Saturday to where I thought was the 50M smear. I may have missed the actual "flow" but I did find enough thin "ice" nonsense to stick a pick or two. I've got to give Tradiban some credit, he got me out of the house on an otherwise crumby day, where I would have stayed home binge drinking and cruising mountain project. 

Nice work Tim. Way to get after it.

master gumby · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Jan 2016 · Points: 152
x15x15 wrote:

sounds like a plan.  

I've shared many a fine ales with tons of hikers as they quiz me, and my family, about all the gear we use to scale the massive rocks that surround this Idyllwild Shangri la...

I thought Shangri la valley was on the other side of the hill by the tram where the pebble wrestlers hang out? I agree tho should be idy...

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