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Rock Climbing Photo: King of the dirtbags, pre-flight
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By Rude Boy
From: San Francisco, CA
Feb 8, 2015
No hands......shoulder jammin'
By Dylan Cousins
Feb 10, 2015
Nah he just blew the hand fist stack and is about to take the big old sideways ride back into the corner. Bold.
By Michael Pang
Apr 13, 2015
By Brad G
From: 1994 Honda Civic
Jul 18, 2015
The classic button up shirt. Scabbed legs and arms. Wearing my filthy blown out downturned shoes. "king of the dirtbags yo!"
By frank minunni
From: Las Vegas, NV
Nov 19, 2015
Loved the movie
By Ray Lovestead
From: Boulder, CO
Mar 8, 2016
Not sure he (this is THE Luebben right?) is on Brother From Another Planet. Unless that huge block under his feet fell off. And, I really doubt he'd fall there, that section is the 'easy' section.
By Dylan Cousins
Mar 23, 2016
I'm sure Kevin would be honored to be mistaken for Luebben, and I'm also sure this is Brother from Another Planet.
By Kevin DB
Mar 29, 2016
Ha, that's me, definitely not Craig Luebben. It was annoying to fall there however for me coming out of the feet over the head position and establishing on the arete is probably the hardest part. Getting into that position is easy and moving really isn't that bad. There is definitely no huge block for your feet (Maybe there used to be one?), just a sandy blank arete and a big ass swinging fall. I think other people do it an easier way, keeping their feet in the whole time until they are in the chimney.
By Ray Lovestead
From: Boulder, CO
Dec 2, 2016
Ah.. You do look like a young Luebben in that photo (to me anyways). Also, I know understand the photo - in the photo that back wall kind of looks like it is directly beneath your feet like a block.

And no... that is definitely not the "easy section".. haha..
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King of the dirtbags, pre-flight

Submitted By: Dylan Cousins on May 9, 2013
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Brother From Another Planet (5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a )
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