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Post links and comments about your favourite climbing flicks

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Careless Torque
dalai
13/03/2013
9:48:44 AM
On 13/03/2013 ratherbeclimbinv9 wrote:
>I reckon you must be about the first person to call Kachoong pebble wrestling
>btw!

Wouldn't even get a V grade...
Dave J
13/03/2013
9:54:07 AM
On 12/03/2013 dalai wrote:
>On just watching the link I posted early - not much footage of the net.
>Found a better clip -
>
Nice vid Dalai
See that looks like fun to me. Now I'm trying to think of spots at the mount where something like that might work. Karma Sutra/The Mule/Anxiety Neurosis?

The cotton candy ice cap thing is pretty impressive also. Its hard to compare cotton candy wrestling to pebble wrestling though. I doubt either of them would ever do both the Cerro Torre ice mushroom and Careless Torque to be in a position to make a worthwhile comparison.
One Day Hero
13/03/2013
12:01:46 PM
On 12/03/2013 dalai wrote:
>On just watching the link I posted early - not much footage of the net.
>Found a better clip -

Canadians are awesome! That route is called Youngblood.........no doubt a homage to the so-bad-it's-awesome film from the 80's. A fill in the blanks sport movie (this one's about hockey, of course), it contains every cliche of the genre; talented young protagonist trying to escape the farm, mean coach, experienced mentor, love interest, training montage, not so subtle homo-eroticism........it's got it all!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GA3C1iPcHps
Dave J
13/03/2013
1:15:51 PM
On 13/03/2013 One Day Hero wrote:
>Canadians are awesome! That route is called Youngblood.........no doubt
>a homage to the so-bad-it's-awesome film from the 80's.

Could so easily have been some horrid pre-tween vampire cheese coming out around about now that makes bad 80s hockey flicks look positively classy.

gnaguts
22/04/2013
11:18:56 AM
On 13/03/2013 dalai wrote:
>On 13/03/2013 ratherbeclimbinv9 wrote:
>>I reckon you must be about the first person to call Kachoong pebble wrestling
>>btw!
>
>Wouldn't even get a V grade...

The previous soloing of it inspires me to wrestle with it without a net . Just need to get simey along to film it and god to give me a spot while I do it.

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