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KP Ariza

Oct 24, 2013 - 12:21am PT
Squishy, you are posting teenage porn now huh? Pure class. You're just dying for attention aren't you.

KP Ariza

Oct 24, 2013 - 12:30am PT
Sqiushy, way to delete the graphic picture of the teenage girl you just posted. I took a screen shot of the entire post, username (that would be you) and all just in case you wanted me to re-post it later for you. It took all of two minutes for you to come to your senses and get rid of it huh?. Momentary lapse of judgement maybe? It happens. So, how long should the people of this forum crucify you now for being a pervert?

Now, if you'd just beat it all together. You ain't helping any causes.

Social climber
north vancouver, B.C.
Oct 24, 2013 - 01:23am PT
Man you People up on you mighty high horses are fckin pathetic. Suppose you self richous hippys have never sat arround a campfire playing rosewood and mahogony guitars to the beat of hand drums made of koko bolo and exotic endangered brazilian wood..

Tradmanclimbs why don't you go play your mahogany guitar by the fireside and burn your Maple, Oak, Beech, Ash, Iron wood, white and yellow birch and cherry as you clearly don't get it.

I myself have been in arboriculture for 22 years and in that time I have removed many, many trees. Most were dead,in decline or a hazard with a target. I also burn firewood among other things but I still have the ability to see that some trees and tree species are far more valuable than others based on many criteria. It is sad that you can't grasp this.
You also mentioned your neighbour who burns juniper in New Mexico as if all junipers are the same. The junipers in the Pinyon juniper woodland of New Mexico consist of three other species of juniper all very common and spread across many states in the west. Juniperus occidentalis var. australis is neither common or widespread as it only grows in the mountain areas of California and NW Nevada.
Saying that we are all a bunch of hippie tree huggers because we feel strongly about this is quite simply a joke as I'm sure ST users are a very diverse group and come from all kinds of backgrounds and environments.

Mountain climber
Oct 24, 2013 - 04:34am PT
I have no idea what the age of the female was in the photo, and honestly I didn't bother to look and evaluate her age before posting the meme, I read the caption and thought it would fit the boob distraction, but I realized it was a distraction in itself and deleted it..

Ice climber
Pomfert VT
Oct 24, 2013 - 07:03am PT
Sorry for the hippy comment. I do get the part of the really old and cool tree. I also see through the bullshit and recognize a rabid lynch mob when I see one. Lynch mobs being what they are the mob is never as just as they think they are.

Trad climber
Wolfeboro, NH
Oct 24, 2013 - 07:41am PT
"In the South Lake Tahoe Wilderness...You can see why this subject has crawled up my as#@&%e...I love those trees" by Squishy

Great photo's Squishy

I can understand why some here are really fired up over this--for many reasons.

Plenty of people; including me, have done stupid moves which they regret.

I'm sure Joe has learned the hard way on this one.
patrick compton

Trad climber
Oct 24, 2013 - 08:23am PT
The 5.7 TR community can forgive him for being a trees-chopping sporto sponsored wanker...

but first, Let's write another 100 posts today to make he KNOWS he haz done da wrong.

Credit: patrick compton

Oct 24, 2013 - 12:01pm PT


you know patrick-based on this article it might be reasonable to think a more appropriate piece of gear being used might be something like a saw blade -it would seem mr kinder has more practice using it than placing actual gear....

Social climber
Moorpark, CA.
Oct 25, 2013 - 04:30pm PT


Trad climber


Oct 21, 2013 - 10:43am PT

This discussion would be better for the communities involved if it was constructive, and Joe is likely to have mandatory service hours to help with a brochure or other actions.

I know there are places in and around the Sierra that could use some love. What about Stoney Point, for example.

Juicer.... don't worry about Stoney Point. It gets tons of love from the folks who climb there...
mike m

Trad climber
black hills
Nov 15, 2013 - 11:05pm PT
Controversy Friday

Trad climber
Mar 17, 2014 - 06:16pm PT
Is this route still AWESOME!!! And safe??
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