/ NEWS: INTERVIEW: Ryan Pasquill and Dan Varian Go Ground Up
The result? Boys 2, Matlock Bank 0...
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Good to know Ryan Pasquill isn't shit..... Look like ace routes and really impressive, bold onsight/flash ascents, bon effort.
I quite enjoyed Dan Varian's cynical interviewee style.
And Franco - every time someone says 'bon effort', Jesus kills a kitten.
> And Franco - every time someone says 'bon effort', Jesus kills a kitten.
Mysterious ways, don't ask.
Effort is masculine Grumpy.
Everyone climbs it when it's a long,long way below their physical limit?
(meowwww - croak)
(mass nuclear meooww-o'cide).
Great effort in fine style. This got me thinking about Mr Pearson...I mean:
Walk of life E9 down from E12, The Promise E7 down from E10 and now this...ground up solo of latest 'last great problem'....is that an elephant I see in the room?
To be fair while it's hard to defend the wild (if unintentional) inaccuracy of the original Walk of Life grade, The Promise was originally done without mats and Return of the Jedi has never been portrayed as cutting edge.
"Return of the Jedi has never been portrayed as cutting edge"
I guess it appearing in ads and getting hyped up on here doesn't count then?
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