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Trad climber
Choss Creek, ID
Nov 24, 2012 - 12:24am PT
Skully: Re your request for "real-drunks" to start posting------that could be difficult, (since the real drunks are out partying, or unable to type) but MM is on a roll tonight. Not at all in line with his mellow dope-smoker past posts.

MM may be channeling: Satan, alcohol, or meth------or worse yet: "soul-gnawing-I'm better than them-ism."
Captain...or Skully

Nov 24, 2012 - 12:26am PT
It's all good. I'm just being sarcastic. That's harder in text than in person. Hopin' for a redpoint, anyway.

Gym climber
squamish, b.c.
Nov 24, 2012 - 12:51am PT
Drank all the vodka. Moved on to beer and fried chicken.

Got me a delicious Okanagan Springs "Brewmaster" on the go now.

Trad climber
Choss Creek, ID
Nov 24, 2012 - 01:03am PT
Here you go!

Gas blast levels Mass. strip club; 18 people hurt

Sorry, but no news of blasted strippers or sinners.

It appears the club wasn't open at the time.

This may not be the: "vengeance of god."

Could it "jest" be a "headline-grabbing" accident?

Social climber
Wolf City, Wyoming
Nov 24, 2012 - 11:01am PT
Man that Manzanita Man is one surly-ass drunk!
Two cups of coffee
Climbing shortly

Gym climber
Nov 24, 2012 - 11:23am PT
Nice edit Dr F

If you think I'm the manzanita man you are wrong and as far as a wife beater goes f*#k you.

So I got drunk and blasted you and all your political bs on this site.

So I called you a f*#king as#@&%e or what ever last week.

All I know is you the virus have spread from the polititard threads to the threads where we talk climbing drinking and f*#king. Great just like any virus you are infecting the rest of the system.

I suspect anyone who is actually as smart as you proclaim could find a way to convince more people your views are good for more Americans than not. If younwere so smart you would have the ability to bring people together and join your cause versus dividing those who think like you and those who don't into two groups who much like the Middle East built walls no one can back away from and tear down for fear of embarrassment.

So smart guy keep dividing us as a forum and a country and remember we stand together and divided we fall. You are the problem not the answer.

And no I did not vote for Romney.
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Nov 24, 2012 - 07:50pm PT
Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!! I do *one* 24-hour push trip in Roppel Cave, Kentucky, and all the nasty drunks come out and start fighting. I can just imagine you wankers sitting behind your computers and throwing virtual punches at each other - and missing. Too funny!

Man, am I spanked. Five and half miles from the entrance, the first five miles ain't bad, it's that last half mile that kills you. At least the water crawls were dry, a significant benefit in 54F temperatures. Long crawl over chert, flat out, rolling your pig ahead of you, through the 9" squeeze, no problem. Then comes the eight-inch squeeze, trivial thirty years and thirty pounds ago, not even viable these days.

Well, I got through the squeeze, it was the bend beyond. Amazingly, my new caving buddy Stefano - recruited off of McTopo this spring to help us fix pitches on the Captain - proved his worth on his first ever "real" caving trip, about as tough a trip as you could ever do.

Somehow he forced his body around this bend, into continuing tight passage, very very tight. He reached a turnaround point, and I'm like, "Dude, you need to come back! YOu have only one source of light, and we can't fit through to rescue you!" A very stout push indeed.

This passage was supposedly pushed 30 years ago to walking-sized passage. The airflow matches the description, so does the yellow sand. But the passage is too small. It doesn't seem possible for anyone to have pushed solo beyond where Stefano wisely turned around.

If this passage goes, it will need to be pushed and surveyed by people like I used to be thirty years ago - 5'9" and 125 lbs. Sigh. Those days are gone.

Drinking Chianti here at the Cave Research Foundation in Kentucky - woo-hoo! I'm wasted after an overnight caving trip. As usual.

So, Dr. F. is a Hoser, eh? Too funny! I'm a Merrican for the very same reason.

Making up for missing Friday night now.....
Jim Brennan

Trad climber
Vancouver Canada
Nov 24, 2012 - 10:29pm PT
That's not fair Pete.

Dr.F. is not a hoser, he just has trouble realizing all Liberally minded people are not the same. He has no trouble though, thinking that all Liberals are equal, just some more equal than others.

It's that simple.
Jim Brennan

Trad climber
Vancouver Canada
Nov 24, 2012 - 10:45pm PT

Well Craig, the 15 years I spent building 30 floor concrete buildings, surrounded by red necks earned me a nick name: "The Pet Liberal".

They were Canadian about it and didn't make me wear a leash and collar !

Presently warmed up with Senda 66 Tempranillo 2008. The Spanish do know their way around a red.

Trad climber
Choss Creek, ID
Nov 24, 2012 - 11:29pm PT
Dr. F! Thank you for the "no politics on the drunk thread!"

Jest fun for us wanta be drunks.

The serious ones can't sign in and type.

Fritz & Heidi drunk western swing-dancing in Argentina-2010.
Fritz & Heidi drunk western swing-dancing in Argentina-2010.
Credit: Fritz
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Nov 30, 2012 - 04:48pm PT
Starting out with a basic cheapy Merrican beer, brought back from Kentucky last weekend after I missed the Friday night post being underground.

I put up Christmas lights today. I'm not sure why, I don't much like Christmas. Fortunately, I am going caving right afterwards.

I played in a great jazz jam last night in Toronto. Played both trombone and piano, definitely going back next Thursday!

Trad climber
East Coast US
Nov 30, 2012 - 04:59pm PT
Just got back from Portugal... 4:58 pm here near Philly. Close enough to begin drinking. Two beers in and I love Portugal.
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Nov 30, 2012 - 05:04pm PT
Portugal? Whatcha doing there?

The Granite State.
Nov 30, 2012 - 05:06pm PT
Is it OK to have one beer and some high quality sensimilla, and still post here? I won't be drunk and will still be able to walk a straight line, but I'll still be having a pleasant evening.


The Granite State.
Nov 30, 2012 - 05:19pm PT
My politics stay in that insane thread of yours, and I check in less often now.

I want this but it's very difficult to procure, kind of like Pliny;

Haven't tried it yet, but my cousin lives in the same town as the cannery and says its ridiculously good.

Edit; You can only buy it when the store flys a flag. Watch for the flag, they sell out in a few days.

The Granite State.
Nov 30, 2012 - 05:34pm PT

I found this review of Heady Topper on the Beer Advocate page;

As good as it gets this beer makes you smile ear to ear. As soon as it gets close enough to your face you know something worthwhile is about to hit the fan; sh#t the golden goose would be envious to produce. From the smell to the initial taste on your lips, it's a fall in love experience that very few beers can replicate. I advise you to seek out this beer and have at it. Unfortunately, I only had one in my possession but i've sampled it a couple times before and it's always the same reaction--Good. Good god it's good.

The appearance if you defy the makers and put it in a glass is nice and expected if you pour a good DIPA. Golden, slightly hazy and with big porno head it looks inviting. One thing you'll notice is white snowflakes floating around as if this were the ghost of Christmas present's snow globe. It wants you to know to drink it now.

The smell is a sweet bouquet of hop, pine and fruity citrus. Oh, it's fresh too, like the wet morning dew on a blade of grass. Each whiff is like getting in close with the incarnation of Carmen Miranda. The aroma is memorable.

The taste is what will reel you in big fish. It's hop, it's floral and fruity, it's bitter yet sweet. Bitter sweet since this was my only one and living in Florida keeps me forlorn from its ambrosia. Citrus and fresh grass swirling in a vortex of hop is what I get, maybe a hint of vanilla in it. A splash of orange flavor, and you can throw in a grapefruit taste too. It's welcome to the jungle and it's all fun and games.

Great drink ability is the lovely conclusion to a great tasting and fragrant beer. I feel this beer will make true believers out of anyone fortunate to drink it. I'm usually a stout guy, I love the malt, the semi-sweetness with coffee and chocolate flavors, the thick hearty nature of it's character and yet I find myself thinking this beer is easily in my top three beers ever. It's drinkable, it's drinkable now, later and between, in any pocket of the multiverse and moment in the time continuum; but drink it now before it's too late.

That's one funny review!
Spider Savage

Mountain climber
The shaggy fringe of Los Angeles
Nov 30, 2012 - 06:53pm PT
Silver going off drunk on Dr.F a couple weeks ago was the funniest ever Friday night on this thread. Both of you should be very proud.

I however am ashamed to say I'm dry and boring this week.
'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Topic Author's Reply - Nov 30, 2012 - 08:03pm PT
Oh for f*#k's sake, Spider - get a freakin' drink, will ya?!

And why is it everyone can bash the sh#t out of us Christians, but heaven help us if we dare say anything bad about Moslems.

Hey - you Moslems! You're all a bunch of Habeily bomb-making suicide wankers who veil your girls, even though there's nothing in the Qu'ran about it.

[Actually, my next-door neighbour is a practising Moslem, and the coolest guy ever. I really respect him, and his religion.]

Now, why did I post? Um .... I forget. Has something to do with the margarita I just drank [I had to type that three times to spell it right] and the bottle of Old Vine Foch I just opened, from ---- I hate to admit I'm drinking Cdn. wine, but it's pretty good - Bee Cee.

Now, do any of you wine aficionados know what/who Foch is? And no looking it up! In other words, don't do as I do, do as I say!

So, Dr. F., as one of McTopo's all time Nameless, Faceless and not necessarily Dickless anonymous types, what is your Real Name and hometown, please? Is there a photo of you in the "who the hell are you" post?

Mountain climber
The Other Monrovia- CA
Nov 30, 2012 - 08:07pm PT
Hey, Fritz, don't we wish we were here? Yeah, crab empanada and a Beagle brewski.

Tierra del Fuego Nat Park
Tierra del Fuego Nat Park
Credit: Reilly

That's as close as I'm gonna get to a real brew for another week.
Well, that's not quite accurate. I can open the reefer and look at 'em. :-(

Trad climber
lost, far away from Poland
Nov 30, 2012 - 08:33pm PT
1. I am drunk on pain killers (some hospital brand + 1 oxycodone)
2. Largo is a n00b and can't climb sh!t
3. Can't climb 'coz I had surgery today (I know, LAME)
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