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Postby sevrdhed » Wed Feb 14, 2007 12:19 pm

Are you kidding? bvb must have done that back in like '82. He probably even bought the land, obtained the permits, built the parking garage, made the roof-crack, nabbed the dyno jump start FA, then sold the shit for millions.

He's like that, from what I've heard.

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Postby dirt girl » Wed Feb 14, 2007 2:00 pm

grayghost-
You should add the copyright symbol (circle C) and year to your watermark.
Advice from your friendly local IP attorney.

Edit: Thanks MB
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Postby mb » Wed Feb 14, 2007 2:07 pm

Wouldn't that be a (circle c) dirt girl? Maybe you have been doing too much trademark work lately . . . .

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Postby jun » Wed Feb 14, 2007 2:37 pm

and realistically, it should be much larger, slightly more transparent, and be diaganal across the center of the page.

it would also benefit you to slightly blur every photo just in case people find quality ways to remove the water mark the photo still - if only slightly- sucks.

and finally, you shouldn't use your real name. it's always best to select something like a super-hero name or the likes.


just my ultimate professional opinion.
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Postby 200#gorilla » Wed Feb 14, 2007 7:17 pm

i promise to leave my mark on the face of anybody that steals my photos!


if i find out.





as far as biting my shiz?

gotta stop posting.

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Postby 200#gorilla » Wed Feb 14, 2007 7:24 pm

seriously,

climbing pix have a pretty limited potential in terms of marketability.










unless your initials are TK.

he has an interesting way of making people less interesting than himself, look more so.

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Postby Tenesmus » Wed Feb 14, 2007 7:39 pm

except you'd probably get that published in Urban Climber. Looks cool greyghost. where is it?

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Postby Shaft » Wed Feb 14, 2007 8:06 pm

Tenesmus wrote:except you'd probably get that published in Urban Climber. Looks cool greyghost. where is it?


dhude, it's across the street from jk's house.

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Postby 200#gorilla » Wed Feb 14, 2007 9:32 pm

Tenesmus wrote:except you'd probably get that published in Urban Climber. Looks cool greyghost. where is it?


i'm sure he could have sold the garage crack pix to them, LAST month.

(doh)


it's paranoid to think that one's tiny climbing images will get stolen for profit on the internet.

wow, climbing internet image piracy is the way to make it out of the ghetto!! hahahah

however, copy kats exist.

ask g he's a witness.




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Re: triassic feet and slippers

Postby cd » Thu Feb 15, 2007 1:31 pm

[quote="grk10vq"]Image

notice that ed can also do the super steve. maybe it's the skoal.

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Postby 200#gorilla » Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:40 pm

i thought that was smokin'.

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Moe's Valley

Postby Modump » Wed Feb 21, 2007 3:46 pm

We posted some photos today from Moe's Valley,

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Does any one know this problem? It is the best boulder problem I have ever done I think!

Then I did this one and maybe its the best:

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Re: Moe's Valley

Postby jun » Wed Feb 21, 2007 3:55 pm

Modump wrote:We posted some photos today from Moe's Valley,

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Does any one know this problem? It is the best boulder problem I have ever done I think!

Then I did this one and maybe its the best:


holy crap. that's funny. regardless of what you may read or anyone says, i did the FA of that problem years ago. it was so awesome. it was the first year Moe's was being developed. that had to have been around 1997 or something like that. i had to clean the crap out of that thing. there was moss on the starting rail. i think i have photos.

ha. found them.
this first photo was just after the FA. notice how dirty the rock is.
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and this was taken during the FA. i love this problem.
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i never named it or rated it. and i've never been back for the repeat. that is so funny you climbedit.
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Postby weschrist » Wed Feb 21, 2007 4:55 pm

jun wrote:but PK was with me and he's a big dude and was actually scared to get on that problem fearing the possibility of taking a large rock in the face.


I know how you feel. I wish this had been cleaned more aggressively before I pulled it off...

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first ascent

Postby Modump » Wed Feb 21, 2007 6:10 pm

jun,

that is so dope. I really think it is my favorite boulder problem ever. Also, i really enjoyed its location and the day I climbed it.

Thanks for bringing such a great problem into the world!

It's really cool how it really is just another boulder problem, but to me, it's the distillation of a double bladed arete!


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