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Speaking of grading 29-Nov-2006 At 10:02:35 AM PreferKnitting
On 28/11/2006 bomber pro wrote:
> you know your right , Its just the internet! and I am not aggro just commenting on all the fools on this
>site, and there foolish subjects like nachos how is this related to climbing?

> OH... TIM ...right...tim who...oh tim marsh...tim marsh who?who cares

> So what your saying is that the "girls grade" should be much easier than the "boys grade" because >you
>dont climb as good as us? thats a bit sexist dont you think princess ,a good friend of mine a >girl,regularly
>climbs 31/32,and she is not super tall or ripped so maybe if you put the needles away and focused on
>your climbing then you would see some improvement and be able to climb boy grades like the rest of
>us ...the bomb

>I read the post correctly and replied in a way that I thought would suit
>a "psycopath"such as myself

Oh firecraker, you've just given me too much material to play with. But I won't lest the dark side envelops me.

You remind me of a person who posted previously called raff32 (sorry to use you, raff32, as an example). Look up his post - 'psst, wanna buy some steriods' (sorry don't know how to work links??), his response was open but at the slightest feeling that he was being jugded, he snapped. Out came evil raff32. At the time, he thought everyone was against him as well. through these last posts, you're showing signs that you think everyone is turning on you. What you neglect to realise is that you have an aggressive demenour because of the way you write.

Also, you didnt' read my post correctly, it wasn't myself that climbed amazingly on that climb! Remember I prefer knitting, so how could i possibly have showed this guy up? It was some other girl. and it was a comment on how some people's grading system are interconnected with their ego. But I will endevour to take up your suggestion and put down my knitting needles for a little bit of climbing. Will you be the one leading me up stuff? Showing me how it's done? so that I can later post here and spit words out about how lower grades are such a blur?

Maybe you're not a psychopath, but you have a short fuse.

post edit: At least you make for an interesting read on a lazy weekday.

Ps. if ever you visit you'll be most welcome. I've already knitted you a lovely warm jumper for those cold days out guiding : )

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