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Cool article from Climbing.com

Miguel75
16/07/2013
9:33:34 AM
I saw this article and thought it was pretty cool for a few reasons;

1- They used the word rad!
2- It celebrates being nice

http://www.climbing.com/news/semi-rad-how-to-win-friends-and-influence-climbers/
martym
16/07/2013
12:04:33 PM
For some reason that article conjures up this image of a happy cult:

mikllaw
16/07/2013
1:17:42 PM
And not all of us are nice all the time.
I do a good job of pretending to be a being a SNARGG, but I'm an antsy belay hog if I have new route to do.

(super nice all round good guy)
crm114
16/07/2013
2:06:03 PM
That was a very cool article! A really nice read.

I reckon the climbing ranks are generally pretty friendly in Oz but nice to have some inspiration for further acts of friendliness.


Adrian
Dr Nick
16/07/2013
5:14:28 PM
Mikl, you've had new routes to do as long as I've known you (and I found some photos the other day from a *long* time ago), and I can't say I've ever seen you as anything but a SNARGG.

Unless you're meaning "really keen to get that awesome project done NOW!". In which case, I fully support your being an antsy belay hog, because that's the time for putting the hard word on everyone you know who might be able to hold a rope.
widewetandslippery
17/07/2013
9:47:28 AM
Puke. I like crags with no one else there.
technogeekery
18/07/2013
11:13:11 AM
>>Imagine that world in which we value a thing like friendliness as much as climbing hard.

I do. More. Really adds to my day when I run into other really freindly climbers. Happens quite a lot.

Duang Daunk
18/07/2013
12:39:28 PM
On 17/07/2013 widewetandslippery wrote:
>Puke. I like crags with no one else there.

Yep. That gets a vote from me to.

Nice? Wot exacly is that? Izit like introing ur belayer to a noo root?

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