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The Larry

climber
Moab, UT
Feb 10, 2011 - 12:31am PT
MTucker, you are a pathetic creature.
MTucker

Ice climber
Arizona
Feb 10, 2011 - 01:02am PT
Awwww Larry.

Do you remember that last time we shared a rope. Good times.

I call it like I see it. Lawyer Style.
The Larry

climber
Moab, UT
Feb 10, 2011 - 01:11am PT
Shared a rope with you? Do tell.

I don't even know who you are.

Your obsession with Ammon is quite pathetic though.

MisterE

Social climber
MEEP MEEP
Feb 10, 2011 - 01:45am PT
I hear it actually helped the blood circulation!

Win?
tooth

Trad climber
The Best Place On Earth
Feb 26, 2011 - 12:11am PT
MTucker,




I can tell you aren't a climber. You can't experience the freedom and simplicity of climbing or flying and be able to, in any way, relate it to the stuff Lohan does.


You are relating endangering others in society to something free and personal that harms nobody and has no reason to be illegal in the US still other than the ignorance of people like you.

'Pass the Pitons' Pete

Big Wall climber
like Ontario, Canada, eh?
Feb 26, 2011 - 02:37am PT
Great article!
MTucker

Ice climber
Arizona
Feb 26, 2011 - 03:31am PT
Klimmer

Mountain climber
San Diego
Feb 26, 2011 - 07:56am PT
That SF article was a very good read.

Yea, someone who loves freedom and just wants to jump and be left alone, not really hurting anyone. Tasered, arrested and then goes to jail, and is fined, and put on probation. What are you in for? "I love the freedom of jumping off cliffs."


Then we have a cabal who wages illegal war, under false pretenses, and tortures, and runs our country morally and economically into the ground, and helped eradicate our Constitutional Freedoms and our Bill of Rights to a large degree, and then they all walk scott-free. And to some sick Americans they are esteemed as heroes, and they even publish books bragging about their crimes against humanity, and then turn around and are paid enormous sums of money to talk about their crimes in public. (Thank GOD some honest nations in the rest of World see their crimes and their travel plans, as a result are seriously curtailed.)

There are good rangers and there are bad rangers. The bad rangers are just tools of their dark overlords.

Yea, this world makes perfect sense.
MTucker

Ice climber
Arizona
Feb 26, 2011 - 08:10pm PT
Susan St Vincent
LEGAL INSTRUMENTS EXAMINER 209 372-0228 / Susan_St_Vincent@nps.gov YOSEMITE NP
donald perry

Trad climber
kearny, NJ
Jun 12, 2012 - 10:02am PT
Ammon McNeely Tasered

The risk of taser death is between 1 in 50,500. [1.] The risk of death by basejumping is between 1 in 2,317.[2]. But what is the point in enforcing this law by tasers if you are going to kill people? And if not by taser there are drownings and you are still at a loss if you are trying to save people. But inadvertently it is a great way for the park to make money.

Although it is not the most healthiest thing to do, the police and taser engineers tase themselves from time to time to test tasers or prove something. So tasing yourself and base jumping may have something in common. And I suppose to some degree some ranger with a taser is thinking something along the lines of sharing his own ideas of adventure when he tasers people. Ammon is tough enough, real tough, and as far as getting tazzered goes the people who are complaining about it the most may be the most frightened by the idea of getting tased. I donít think a taser is something that frightens Ammon in the least. If it meant he could get a free pass to base jump I would not doupt that he might take a tase for every jump. I canít say the same for myself and all of you who keep posting ad-nauseum about tasers, who must fear cardiac arrhythmia.

But I think what we should to be concerned with is where we spend our time. The park is only about following rules. Instead of complaining and running from tasers we should be doing something to take control. In this system we call America we are in control, we are the bosses. If there is tasers it is because we allow them. What do we do?, we make our voices heard and bring about change by majority vote. And we need to change things and stop being so lazy. What should we be changing?

Changing laws about base jumping.

Changing laws about water fluoridation in our towns, which gets into everything we eat and contains lead and many other harmful chemicals to make you a regular customer of the pharmaceutical and cancer industry. Fluoride is a poison, and if you endorse brushing your teeth with it and putting it in the water you are either profiting from it or you are severely uneducated. Or perhaps you are just unteachable. It should be easy enough to stop it in your city when it contains more than just fluoride.

Laws about dumping aluminum and barum and other toxic substances into the air for GMOís and Monsanto. Stop voting for GMO's, stop buying their food.

Stopping Nukes and namely Fukushima internationally from becoming nuclear catastrophe 83 times worse than Chernobyl, right now it is at 30 according to some statistics.[3] Change your power company if it is a nuke! [4.]

Notes:

[1]http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/2865/how-dangerous-are-tasers

[2]http://www.medicine.ox.ac.uk/bandolier/booth/risk/sports.html

[3]http://www.naturalnews.com

[4]http://www.ehow.com/how_7462397_change-power-companies.html




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