|On 8-Dec-2019 E. Wells wrote:
>Until someone can explain why climbing there is an issue , in logic , not
>animistic occult claptrap (I dont subscribe to Mithraic sun cult fairytales
>imposed on me in my own family and society so why accept anyone elses?)
>I will climb there anytime I like.
Yes, I too was once a super annoying teenage atheist.
I relish the moments when some condescending tool asks "would you climb on a cathedral?", because my prepared reply is; "No, because the movement sucks. I do, however, boulder on the National Library of Australia every week, and it's awesome, go fuch yourself!"
But to the point at hand, logic. I have been climbing at Arapiles for 25 years, and in that time I've climbed at Dec Crag precisely twice. It just isn't very good. Little Thor is a short one move wonder and there's real reasons that so many people deck out. There's some easy shit which I've never done nor care to do. Steps Ahead?..................why the fuch would I drive 750kms to dog a hard slab? I can do that at home. So you're going to drive all the way down there to climb at a mediocre little crag and cause dramas for the people negotiating access, all because you never grew out of your militant teenage atheist phase? Get over yourself.
Ta da, logic.