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Tips for climber...
Taylor152
3/10/2012
2:57:31 PM
Here are some tips which should be keep in mind when you like to climbing mountains.

Check Knots,
Pay Attention
Check Harnesses,
Wear a Helmet,
Pay Attention

Zarb
3/10/2012
3:02:56 PM
So that's what I've been doing wrong!
PDRM
3/10/2012
3:04:39 PM
You should write a book

Miguel75
3/10/2012
3:37:18 PM
On 3/10/2012 Taylor152 wrote:
>Here are some tips which should be keep in mind when you like to climbing
>mountains.
>
>Check Knots,
>Pay Attention
>Check Harnesses,
>Wear a Helmet,
>Pay Attention

I reckon you've touched on a couple of winners... I'll add a few of my Mums that help me climbing, and in life;
- Always wear clean undies (otherwise it could be embarrassing if rescue is necessary)
- Don't wear a muu-muu (unless you are a 400 lb Hawaiin or have on clean undies)
- Wear pants, or at the very least a loin cloth
- What happens on the ledge, stays in the ledge (unless we're talking about the Herpes....)

EDIT: I just noticed you're from New York, Florida!?! Sounds radtastic;)

Eduardo Slabofvic
3/10/2012
4:26:23 PM
My favorite two tips for climbing mountains are as follows, in order

1 Get really really fit

2 Get really really depressed

Then go for it!

Climboholic
3/10/2012
4:47:58 PM
Hey, where did Stu's post go pointing out that this is a spammer trying to get their post count up?

Initially I thought it was someones attempt at humour, then realised I'd seen attempts to write English like that while travelling. My guess was someone using Chocky to practice English but I couldn't figure out the motivation.

Did you take down your post to continue the entertainment Stu? Either you're very switched on or I'm very naive.

Superstu
3/10/2012
4:52:20 PM
Actually you might be on the money - someone practicing their english. Here I was thinking it wasn't even human, as it was picking up words in posts to generate responses, although the responses made little sense. Maybe i should go post on weibo and practice my cantonese.

Climboholic
3/10/2012
4:57:39 PM
Yeah, I thought of that - automated spamming machine, without the sales pitch. Weird!

But there's two of them; Taylor and Clark, so I think the spam will ensue.

Superstu
3/10/2012
5:07:49 PM
Obscure trivia for ya.. The chinese microblogging site weibo was initially started with 1000's of robot messages to give the illusion of activity. It worked and weibo is now the most popular microblogging site in china.

Its probably some chinese student's high school project to build a robot troller for chockstone!

Miguel75
3/10/2012
6:14:20 PM
On 3/10/2012 Superstu wrote:
> Its probably some chinese student's high school project to build a robot
>troller for chockstone!

Unfortunately it's not just Chocky! I read some really weird response to a post on MP and checked the users name. It seems Clark153 (Robbey Clark) has launched his assault on Mountainproject too;

http://mountainproject.com/u/robbey-clark//107822903?action=contribs&

EDIT: if you are learning English than I doff my cap to you Robbey;)

If you're a spambot than I hope you catch stuxnet;)

Eduardo Slabofvic
3/10/2012
7:14:29 PM
On 3/10/2012 Superstu wrote:
>
> Its probably some chinese student's high school project to build a robot
>troller for chockstone!
>

Day One Hero is a robot???!!!!
martym
3/10/2012
11:15:24 PM
Weird spambot:

On 3/10/2012 Taylor152 wrote:
>Fishing is look like an adventure activity which allow us to get break
>from daily routine working activity.
>I must take simple tour in every month with my kids or some time friends.
>It is the best time which i never forget.

Though this is gold:
On 3/10/2012 Taylor152 wrote:
>Use ice for few days that will help to minimize pain. Keep finger outer
>from ring.
One Day Hero
3/10/2012
11:47:59 PM
On 3/10/2012 Eduardo Slabofvic. wrote:
>
>Day One Hero is a robot???!!!!

Yes I am. Now all your first ascent are belong to me!
dalai
4/10/2012
1:33:30 AM
Thought the tone of your posts sounded familiar ODH...




shortman
Online Now
4/10/2012
8:55:32 AM
On 3/10/2012 Taylor152 wrote:
>Here are some tips which should be keep in mind when you like to climbing
>mountains.
>

>Pay Attention

>Pay Attention
>

Do you mean pay double attention?

Climboholic
4/10/2012
9:11:02 AM
From the Chocky is nice thread:

On 2/10/2012 Clark153 wrote:
>I tried this in Thailand when i was on my family trip. This was great activity
>which help to enjoy holiday in great manner. Fishing in Thailand mountains
>are so much enjoyment holidays.
>I suggest that visit once for Thai with family members.

On 3/10/2012 Taylor152 wrote:
>Fishing is look like an adventure activity which allow us to get break
>from daily routine working activity.
>I must take simple tour in every month with my kids or some time friends.
>It is the best time which i never forget.

He/she/it is talking to itself/themselves now.

I think it's from Thailand. I saw similar translations in Tonsai.

From the Voimasanat thread:

On 2/10/2012 Clark153 wrote:
>I appreciate to you in such a nice suggestion & ideas. I like bouldering
>and mountains climbing which give me a chance to get break from daily routine
>working routine and live life in a different manner.

For a robot, this dude really doesn't like routine.
PDRM
4/10/2012
10:31:48 AM
On 4/10/2012 Climboholic wrote:

>On 2/10/2012 Clark153 wrote:
>>I appreciate to you in such a nice suggestion & ideas. I like bouldering
>>and mountains climbing which give me a chance to get break from daily
>routine
>>working routine and live life in a different manner.
>
>For a robot, this dude really doesn't like routine.

Or mountaineering with a sit start and beanie?
maxdacat
4/10/2012
10:49:39 AM
the film Vertical Limit should tell you everything you need to know:

"you gotta check your safety!"

:p

Climboholic
4/10/2012
11:24:00 AM
What has happened to Clint lately? I'd like to hear his opinion on this topic...

shortman
Online Now
4/10/2012
11:48:27 AM
On 4/10/2012 Climboholic wrote:
>What has happened to Clint lately? I'd like to hear his opinion on this
>topic...

Being engrishly challenged and being unique like Clinton are worlds apart Climboholic.

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