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Single Bolt to mark Projects Unacceptable 31-Oct-2007 At 12:24:53 PM deadbudgy
You have to remember that climbing is inherently selfish. Don't even try to pretend you have altruistic motives. If you bolt a new climb you do it because you want to climb it. Why would you bolt something you don't want to climb? If I want to try and climb something I will, if don't I won't. If you want to 'reserve' lines then you should probably take up Ninjutsu and defend you line from the shadows. This being the only ethical method in the anarchic world of climbing.

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