oh shiz remember this one?Read More
PAUL J FOOO CAN JUMP???!!!??!?!?
circa…… a long time ago.Read More
It has come to my attention that you are a hardballin, downgradin, problem solvin, sum-ma-ma-bish. Seriously. Why hasn’t Colorado gotten all angry and beaten you yet? Is it because they know they are all wrong and their grades are all fluffed or is it because after all this time off climbing you have become superhuman in strengths?
p.s. sup on kind huh? nice!Read More
8 new problems today. bullet stone, at least 20 boulders at main zone, most top out at 20-25 ft. OMG. secondary zone is as good as ip alone.
Flip mode. public land but accessing it is still a bit sketch. best line spy’d so far looks like a v11 diesel about 20 ft tall.
so good. wish i wasn’t broken. salo snaked 4 sick fa’s today.Read More
mri says ankle’s broken, and has a bunch of bone bruising. but, i’ll be at ice pond tonight bishes, no clue, 65 and sunny, lowballs4lyfe.Read More
So sick at looking at that stupid comic every time I access this site. James would agree. As would probably everyone else, except Tim. He must know something we don’t, like why dudes are way more attractive than girls.
Anyway, the discussion at this morning’s Bassforyourface board meeting was interesting. In attendance were myself and James. I guess some people didn’t get the memo. We were talking about setting up a university-style degree program for bouldering. Before I delve further, I should explain that I totally pilfered the idea from my friends Trevor and Ty, who are doing the same thing for Hueco. How it works is that the would be four degrees of difficulty: associates, bachelors, masters, and doctorate. An associate level would be intermediate or so, whilst doctorate would be pretty much almost impossible if you aren’t Paul R. Then there would be various categories in which to get said degrees: Crimps(or left-hand for Drew), slopers, roofs, highball, topout crux, endurance, dyno/deadpoint, aesthetics, obscures, and maybe history. This is just a simple brainstorm. Within each category would be a pre-determined set of problems one needed to tick before earning their degree. Masters of highball might include ticking the triple highball wall plus others, while associates in crimps would include Suzie A, baby hole, etc.