Mussy Nebula: The Madness Continues (Part II)


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Trad climber
on a rock or mountain out west
Mar 8, 2006 - 01:21am PT
Good to see OE hasn't strayed far from their marketing schematics in several decades. Tiny pink shorts have mercifully evolved on for climbers. But the OE cans pretty much look the same.

Trad climber
Mammoth Lakes, CA
Mar 8, 2006 - 01:28am PT

Journalist: "Werner, where are you from?"

Werner: "Same place as you."

Social climber
Mar 8, 2006 - 02:50am PT
That's gotta be the best one-liner since the hotdog vendor yogi joke!

right here, right now
Mar 8, 2006 - 09:14am PT
-As said of our own R Walling in Rolling Stone Magazine, 1981.

Connie Tobia, Myself incognito, MussWadd, Mike Paul (missing most of a finger yet?), Dimitri Barton (sporting one finger too many I'd say!)
Glacier Point 1981. Photo by the late Shawn Curtis.

right here, right now
Mar 8, 2006 - 09:26am PT

Showin' us a little BrokeBeer Tummy! Go Billy Boy!
ron gomez

Trad climber
Mar 8, 2006 - 09:52am PT
Classic Shawn with the WIDE angle lens, always loved his shots in the WIDE, got anymore? Man that would be a great post...shawns shots, he had some classics. Thanks for all the great pics Roy. Keep em comin'

Cardiff by the sea
Mar 8, 2006 - 10:04am PT
This has been a fabulous thread to follow Roy. Thanks for the time put in to share all of this.
I as well would like to see more of Shawns photos,(Watusi where are you?) how about you "can't say" can't you dig any up?

right here, right now
Mar 8, 2006 - 10:16am PT
Thanks Boyz.
I wunder where Shawn's personal archives are?! 'Tusi?!

Trad climber
Tel Aviv
Mar 8, 2006 - 12:03pm PT
Hey Roy,
Nice work, I always thought that you were ahead of your time.
I talked to Dave Paul today and he said that he has some of Shawn's photos and that he has put some on disc. He also mentioned that he has been in touch with Shawn's sister and will be getting more. He said that he would like to hear from you. Email me and I'll send you his info.

right here, right now
Mar 8, 2006 - 06:35pm PT
Occasionally, Guy's would Indulge in Western Wear.
Kauk did it early on, with his Tony Lamas boots,
Resistol Hat, and Indian Wife.

Bruce Hawkins and Cowboy Roy, Lembert Dome Lot, 1992

My first pair of boots, aside from the red ones I got for Christmas age 4, were purchased used from Wheelers in
Bishop, 1980. I had Green Dot Cat's Paw soles put on. Bob Harrington told me at the time that few Bishop cowboys knew they were saddling up with what was at the time considered a connoiseur edging sole.

Shortly after, say mid 80's, R Walling followed suit after purchasing boots in Juarez as an aspect of forays from Hueco. People would call us on it. He'd devised the standard response "We're not cowboys, we're western wear enthusiasts."

Someone has a picture of Russ, Billy Russel, T Carter, Doug Macdonald, and myself all duded up in chorus line.

We would go Bouldering at the Milks and sometimes bust loose up easy stuff in our boots.

Karine Nissen and I repairing from a dash up Butterballs.
Ahwahnee Hotel Sweet Shop '91.
susan peplow

I've seen giant ASS™™
Mar 8, 2006 - 06:44pm PT
Karine "I"ll still kick your ass on the rock or in a bar" Croft

Gym climber
The Big City
Mar 8, 2006 - 07:47pm PT
Roy, is that Maria on the left in the photo where Blitzo is playing with himself?
Russ Walling

Social climber
I have a giant ASS™™
Mar 8, 2006 - 07:50pm PT
Here ya go Tardy.... the Chorus Line:

Here is where you and Billy are yapping about your boots... Billy had some ostrich skin jobs that he got off of Chuck Goldman, rodeo cowboy and pop star in Germany. Goldman laid the groundwork for David Hasselhoffs sucess in the Fatherland.

Here is a Rubidoux shot back when you were in your sailor shirt faze, well before the pink Asolo Onsites, he beret, and those black Marcel Marceau tights you seemed to enjoy a bit too much.


Mar 8, 2006 - 08:17pm PT
ok tarbuster, im stealing one more. Yabo LIves. slience, please, for 2 seconds.

Social climber
flagstaff arizona
Mar 8, 2006 - 08:30pm PT

connie update: after some hard times living the Los Angeles party life in the mid-80's, she is alive and well and living in florida, happily married, kids, and so on.

roy, i think it's about time somebody pulled a no-nonsense hijack of your warped dreamweaver yesterday-is-now wastrel-in-training galaxy, and i'm JUST the guy to do it....i'm going through my boxes of photos tonight, prepeare to be swamped with my patented (c)bone-crushing bvb photoassualt. and a few embarrasing stories to boot.

actual quote from 1982: "you shouldn't make the lady cry, roy..."

cue evil laugh: BWAHAHAHAHAHA

Mar 8, 2006 - 08:47pm PT
so, where is the dimtiri?

right here, right now
Mar 8, 2006 - 09:49pm PT
Short Timer,
Are you pullin' my leg? That's Dirty Kenny, far left of Blitzo. Can't remember his real last name at the moment (or the last moment) He was an elemental factor in the General Shorty entourage.

T2, Ron Gomez, Weenis- cheers mates! Lot's more in my hopper; read bvb's post and strap in kids- the time machine is hummin'!

I believe you can email Mastadon for the whereabouts of Dimitri; great to have you around man, for years we wondered...

Bring it on beeeyotch- I'd love some party crashin' big time uploadin' heavy liftin' goofball deep space navigation assistance. Let's drag race the Stonemasters thread! When Off White, Aldude, and Can't Say busted in on the middle/end of my first installment, I was in stitches. Some of it was nearly real time and Off definitely got that "4th wall" stage presence thing going.

Thanks for the Connie report, Jane thought she might be...
Speaking of Jane- f#ck, sh#t, f#ck, f#ck, I made her cry didn't I.

Hey Susan Pepe- how many bustin' up side achin' Mussy moments have you had today?

Thanks for the back up on the boot boy thing: check out in yer foto how serious and with what certain authority Billy is dispatching his wisdom to Tarbaby.

Others might enjoy a little anectodal stupidry on the Western Wear Enthusiast count:
Billy and I used to vie for "who knew more about Western Wear", my favorite retort to Billy's insistance that he understood brim syles, "Ya sure Billy, that's called a stingy brim (I knew, only 'cause Chuck Cochran told me so), 'sides YA EVER BEEN TO A HAT SHOP -CHUMP!?"

Topic Author's Reply - Mar 8, 2006 - 11:03pm PT
Kenny Ariza, ..... might have mis-spelled it Roy.
Off White

Tenino, WA
Mar 8, 2006 - 11:46pm PT
Place the wormhole camera inside bvb's wax encrusted ear canal for a retro lashback glimpse of condensed yarn inflation. Not, repeat, not my work.

You'll note that I too have a time machine, those things were common as a double album full of seeds all back the musty.

View out the back of the machine, whorls of whited out misspent synapses impede accurate description. WARNING:events in the past may be smaller than imagined.

Off White

Tenino, WA
Mar 9, 2006 - 12:01am PT
We happy few...

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