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Author
Hand sand
Jdawtrey
15/08/2012
11:49:21 AM
Hey, I stumbled upon this product on mtproject.com and thought you guys might like it.

http://m.rushessentials.com/#!Our%20products|services

These clever bastards have actuall gotten away with selling fricking sand to people.
I want to meet the genius that managed to convince climbers they should spend cash buying " skin toughening sand".
Winston Smith
15/08/2012
11:59:27 AM
On 15/08/2012 Jdawtrey wrote:
>Hey, I stumbled upon this product on mtproject.com and thought you guys
>might like it.
>
>http://m.rushessentials.com/#!Our%20products|services
>
>These clever bastards have actuall gotten away with selling fricking sand
>to people.
>I want to meet the genius that managed to convince climbers they should
>spend cash buying " skin toughening sand".

Joel are you one of these "clever bastards"?
citationx
15/08/2012
1:37:57 PM
On 15/08/2012 Jdawtrey wrote:
>These clever bastards have actuall gotten away with selling fricking sand
>to people.

Lucky chockstoners are a clever bunch despite the name and aren't stupid enough to bother buying said sand.
kieranl
15/08/2012
4:39:47 PM
On 15/08/2012 Jdawtrey wrote:
>These clever bastards have actuall gotten away with selling fricking sand
>to people.
>I want to meet the genius that managed to convince climbers they should
>spend cash buying " skin toughening sand".
Do you happen to know any Inuit? We currently have a supply of snow in Australia, available for a strictly limited period.
Jdawtrey
15/08/2012
5:06:51 PM
Dalai , did I post this twice or something? If so I am sorry. I'm not trying to spam this forum. I think hand sand is totally retarded and just thought my fellow Australians would find it funny too.
Winston, no I'm not one of the clever bastards. I just a poor climber from Tasmania living in Canada working in a bloody supermarket stacking shelves so I can climb at squamish and go fishing.
I just joined the forum and thought you guys would find it funny.
I don't get how you can call it a 'hard sell ' dalai, when I'm calling the product a waste of money.
Olbert
15/08/2012
5:22:34 PM
On 15/08/2012 Jdawtrey wrote:
>Dalai , did I post this twice or something? If so I am sorry. I'm not trying
>to spam this forum. I think hand sand is totally retarded and just thought
>my fellow Australians would find it funny too.
>Winston, no I'm not one of the clever bastards. I just a poor climber
>from Tasmania living in Canada working in a bloody supermarket stacking
>shelves so I can climb at squamish and go fishing.
>I just joined the forum and thought you guys would find it funny.
>I don't get how you can call it a 'hard sell ' dalai, when I'm calling
>the product a waste of money.

Don't take it personally dude. Dalai is a moderator and this website occasionally gets spam. Your post looked a hell of a lot like spam because your account is brand new and you created duplicate threads.

Welcome to Chockstone. This website is mostly about bullshitting and length comparisons but occasionally there are useful bits of information tucked away.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
15/08/2012
9:01:16 PM
On 15/08/2012 Jdawtrey wrote:
>Dalai , did I post this twice or something? If so I am sorry. I'm not trying
>to spam this forum. I think hand sand is totally retarded and just thought
>my fellow Australians would find it funny too.
>Winston, no I'm not one of the clever bastards. I just a poor climber
>from Tasmania living in Canada working in a bloody supermarket stacking
>shelves so I can climb at squamish and go fishing.
>I just joined the forum and thought you guys would find it funny.
>I don't get how you can call it a 'hard sell ' dalai, when I'm calling
>the product a waste of money.

I found it funny.

On 15/08/2012 Olbert wrote:
>Don't take it personally dude. Dalai is a moderator and this website
>occasionally gets spam. Your post looked a hell of a lot like spam because
>your account is brand new and you created duplicate threads.
>
>Welcome to Chockstone. This website is mostly about bullshitting and
>length comparisons but occasionally there are useful bits of information
>tucked away.

Yeah dalai, what's with the 'hard sell'? ... ~> You have shares in sand or what??
;-)
Heh, heh, heh.

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