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|1 week 1 day ago||Practice makes everything||
Practice makes everything better sure, but unfortunately that is simply an additional sacrifice where creativity and trust are limited. I have found life much easier with someone who even after seven years still routinely uses magic and penis in the same sentence (and she is usually even referring to me). I wish I had moved along to this more rapidly. Although thinking about it now I suppose I am really expressing more appreciation than regret.
Whatever...bottom line is make sure your lady likes your cock. The best ones do.
|1 week 2 days ago||I should have rejected women||
I should have rejected women for their inability to enjoy sex.
|1 week 3 days ago||Mirror be dampened?||
Mirror be dampened?
|1 week 3 days ago||Global warming is not a||
Global warming is not a political issue but rather a scientific one. Politics (and a ton of dirty deceptive money) only come into play because the solutions (which exist now and are actually fairly cheap) will necessarily bankrupt the most powerful political forces on Earth. Alas, they have decided to be fossil fuel companies and not energy companies. Their choice.
|1 week 4 days ago||Someone did it for you!||
This has been posted multiple times of course, but it's well worth your time if you haven't seen it:
80 minutes of fun and covers only five months...of the offseason!
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Nice Work||
If this was a basketball analysis I would surely tell Jim Delany (as a representative of modern collegiate money denigration) to go fuck himself, but really it is the first time I have fully appreciated the new nine game schedule. It was an essential move and a very rare case of things being done in the interest of, you know, actual football competition.
|2 weeks 1 day ago||Irwin is a sweet little||
Irwin is a sweet little micro-climate that gets as much snow as anyone in Colorado, routinely twice as much as Crested Butte even though it is only seven miles away. That was an important detail to include, great story!
|2 weeks 1 day ago||I have been chased by three||
I have been chased by three grizzlies near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River, had a rapid delirious case of dehydration hit me near Grand Junction (had to hide, shaking, under my map for several hours in the mid-day heat), and diagonaled my way out of an avalanche once.
But by far the worst was running across Division at Liberty late in the light cycle and having a car (hidden by other stationary cars in the near lanes) rush two feet in front of me going about 35 miles per hour.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Poor form Warde, poor form.||
Poor form Warde, poor form.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Funny, I figured he would||
Funny, I figured he would have checked the schedule before agreeing to this.
|3 weeks 1 day ago||Don't do it!||
Your head will enlarge beyond comprehension and turn to stone. Many do not make it off the island and still look forlornly into the distance...
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Thank you!||
Chaco passed away in 2008 literally just before we left Jackson (like two days). Unfortunately his propensity for agressive athletic manuevers (and...well...dominant attitude) took him into the path of a vehicle. He was an extraordinary soul and great friend. RIP.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Tarptent||
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Short answer: yes. Longer||
Short answer: yes.
Longer answer: work on that weight. Buy high quality and less is more.
|3 weeks 2 days ago||Too much damn dilithium.||
Too much damn dilithium.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||If you are into that kind of||
If you are into that kind of thing here is my PCT journal from 2005: www.trailjournals.com/hansberg. I get some props for the photos so if nothing else you may want to browse those. Go for it! Nothing like wandering through reality.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||This is one of the reasons I||
This is one of the reasons I like this place. Leaders and best.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||Yep.||
Leave the boots for winter adventures. It is all about trail runners. Vastly superior footwear for the trail.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||AT Southbound||
|4 weeks 2 days ago||Hiker helper is extremely||
Hiker helper is extremely valuable on every long trail. Especially while walking into the dusk barechested with a gentle breeze invigorating you a couple more ridgeline miles to the next perfect bed-down spot. At least that is what comes to mind...
DAMN good living!
|4 weeks 2 days ago||I have never done the AT so||
I have never done the AT so my opinion is also moot, but I suspect that if you like socializing and are newer to backpacking than the AT would be amazing. If you like great weather, spectacular landscapes, and relatively more isolation than the PCT is where it is at.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||I hiked the PCT in 2005||
It is one of our nation's finest pieces of infrastructure. Easily graded (unlike the AT) it roams 2,600 miles strategically taking as high a route as possible from saddle to saddle.
I found long-distance hiking the closest thing to perfection that exists. You literally carry as light a load as possible, giving total freedom for your mind to wander and the hardest decisions you face surround food. Ice cream first or straight to the loaded smoothered burrito (or two)? Meanwhile, your body is consistently in extraordinary condition.
If you are obsessed with the AT (as I was the PCT)...DO IT!!! You will not regret it. My primary thought: less is more. After about two weeks you get into this very satisfying rhythm where living in the mountains feels natural. You have everything you need and nothing you do not. Most people think you need to carry all kinds of extra stuff to adequately "be prepared". That is false. To have everything in it's proper place and truly directly rely on all your possessions (but have no excess) is a special kind of living very much contrary to messages from contemporary society. It is glorious.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||I appreciate you may at||
I appreciate you may at times feel in a tough position, but if there is anywhere that can continuously carry out due punishment with conviction and righteous predjudice for that particular instance of journalistic malpractice, it is this blog.
For how long? I don't know really but suggest a generation or so as appropriate. That would be my mandatory minimum.
Also: Thank you Freep for taking my mind to our defensive line. It is a good place to go. Everytime.
|4 weeks 2 days ago||Fuck The Freep||
Paste it all.
|4 weeks 3 days ago||Twitterspeak on the run...||
Twitterspeak on the run...
|5 weeks 21 hours ago||My Opinion:||
You tread it pretty well.
Cheers, and God Bless the rough edges of human nature. Don't hurt others. Otherwise, whatever...
|5 weeks 22 hours ago||Worth Posting Multiple Times||
You could do much worse than spend an hour with that docu-edit masterpiece. Highly recommended.
Worth noting is it dosen't chronicle 18 months of Jim Harbaugh, but only 5! In the off-season no less. Damn we have it good right now.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||You mostly have it right.||
You mostly have it right. What I have read (and choose not to believe to maintain sanity) is that explosives were put in place to ensure the job was finished. The planes were adequate missles themselves.
The real problem is building 7. Building 7 makes my heart go to a very dark place and supports a lot of crazy ideas.
|5 weeks 1 day ago||You are talking about the||
You are talking about the Lions of course, correct?
|5 weeks 1 day ago||Stick Figure||
New album, Set in Stone, has hefty grooves throughout.