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What do you do at the crag when a class "reserves" TR routes that they're not climbing?


Buck Rio · · MN · Joined Jul 2015 · Points: 11
Harumpfster Boondoggle wrote:

5.5 to 5.10 with most in the 5.6-5.8 range and representative for the grade on Granite slabs out West. Perfect for the sprouty sprouts. ;D

Thank God and FDR for Social Security.

And the fact that we are very good at saving money and have no children....

Chalk in the Wind · · Unknown Hometown · Joined Aug 2014 · Points: 3
Jaren Watson wrote:

I think it’s cool when the surprise at seeing you have no partner progresses to asking you if what you’re doing is safe, then telling you it’s a bad idea, then walking away muttering “I’m not going to watch this. I don’t want to be held responsible.”

The looks and reactions are even better when you do solo trad.

Robert S · · Driftwood, TX · Joined Sep 2018 · Points: 304
Noah R wrote:
Hahahaha I now see that... lol

Good on you for seeing it and laughing about it. Some people get pretty emo when they're told they got trolled.

Noah R · · VT · Joined Nov 2018 · Points: 0
Robert S wrote:

Good on you for seeing it and laughing about it. Some people get pretty emo when they're told they got trolled.

It just the internet. If you let it get to you, you probably should not travel to online forums! Plus I can respect a quality troll.

Guideline #1: Don't be a jerk.

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