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A Question of Risk

ajfclark
9/07/2014
8:38:50 AM

A Question of Risk - Episode 1 - Alex Honnold from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.



A Question of Risk - Episode 2 - Samuel Anthamatten from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.



A Question of Risk - Episode 3 - Conrad Anker from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.



A Question of Risk - Episode 4 - Joe Kinder from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.



A Question of Risk - Episode 5 - Hazel Findlay from Black Diamond Equipment on Vimeo.


IdratherbeclimbingM9
9/07/2014
12:34:16 PM
Thanks for posting those linked videos up ajf.
It is interesting to see the overlap & subtle differences in response to identical questions, by the different interview-ees.

Delineating between risk and consequence is a profound concept!

Eduardo Slabofvic
9/07/2014
1:14:50 PM
It makes much more sense when you play all the videos at once

IdratherbeclimbingM9
9/07/2014
1:19:13 PM
On 9/07/2014 Eduardo Slabofvic wrote:
>It makes much more sense when you play all the videos at once

I agree.
They are only short, so this is easily done.
martym
9/07/2014
11:08:09 PM
"It would be like the biggest bummer ever if you were to like die in a horrible soloing accident that you did like just so someone could take a picture of you or something, you know."

ajfclark
15/08/2017
10:03:11 AM


Episode 6 - Bruce Tremper



Episode 7 - Drew Hardesty



Episode 8 - Peter Metcalf



Episode 8 - Kyle Dempster



Episode 10 - Dave Weber
johny
15/08/2017
1:46:24 PM
On 9/07/2014 martym wrote:
>"It would be like the biggest bummer ever if you were to like die in a
>horrible soloing accident that you did like just so someone could take
>a picture of you or something, you know."

He does have a pretty strong California dialect. I wonder how a Victorian climber would phrase the same sentence.... Oh wait. There aren't any Victorian climbers.
johny
15/08/2017
5:29:52 PM
On 15/08/2017 johny wrote:
>On 9/07/2014 martym wrote:
>>"It would be like the biggest bummer ever if you were to like die in
>a
>>horrible soloing accident that you did like just so someone could take
>>a picture of you or something, you know."
>
>He does have a pretty strong California dialect. I wonder how a Victorian
>climber would phrase the same sentence.... Oh wait. There aren't any Victorian
>climbers.

Oh shit! That was Hazel! I thought that was a misquote from Alex. Anyways, back to the topic. No Victorians climb.
kieranl
15/08/2017
9:27:52 PM
On 15/08/2017 johny wrote:
>On 15/08/2017 johny wrote:
>>On 9/07/2014 martym wrote:
>>>"It would be like the biggest bummer ever if you were to like die in
>>a
>>>horrible soloing accident that you did like just so someone could take
>>>a picture of you or something, you know."
>>
>>He does have a pretty strong California dialect. I wonder how a Victorian
>>climber would phrase the same sentence.... Oh wait. There aren't any
>Victorian
>>climbers.
>
>Oh shit! That was Hazel! I thought that was a misquote from Alex. Anyways,
>back to the topic. No Victorians climb.
>
Edward Whymper; though he doesn't climb any more.
johny
17/08/2017
4:20:41 PM

>>
>Edward Whymper; though he doesn't climb any more.

Very punny. http://www.verticallifemag.com.au/2014/09/blog-taipan-reopening/

It does suck not having anyone to climb with.

The good Dr
18/08/2017
8:29:01 AM
On 17/08/2017 johny wrote:
>
>>>
>>Edward Whymper; though he doesn't climb any more.
>
>Very punny. http://www.verticallifemag.com.au/2014/09/blog-taipan-reopening/
>
>It does suck not having anyone to climb with.

I wonder why that is?
johny
18/08/2017
12:16:28 PM
On 18/08/2017 The good Dr wrote:
>On 17/08/2017 johny wrote:
>>
>>>>
>>>Edward Whymper; though he doesn't climb any more.
>>
>>Very punny. http://www.verticallifemag.com.au/2014/09/blog-taipan-reopening/
>>
>>It does suck not having anyone to climb with.


>
>I wonder why that is?

Read the article.I agree with Ross. I would also add that there is a huge deficit in mentoring. The people running the organizations and uniclubs are failing miserably. The older climbers who are not a part of the clubs are, like you, more into snarky comments than inspiring people to go trad climbing.

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