catsfive190 karma2014-10-22 19:58:11 UTC
I'm sure you've been a UFO to someone, though!
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catsfive99 karma2011-10-28 16:25:05 UTC
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catsfive98 karma2014-03-23 18:46:16 UTC
GOOD GUY DOOLITTLE
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catsfive53 karma2012-04-19 18:11:44 UTC
How does a coach like Scotty do that? I mean, half the team from that year were first-ballot HOF'ers. Wait. Maybe I answered my own question.
catsfive47 karma2013-10-16 01:51:57 UTC
Can I ask a potentially indelicate question? I don't mean this to be rude AT ALL, but I have been wondering: With all the technology, the amazing climbing gear these days (it's so light, so warm nowadays, etc.), Gore-Tex, just unreal jackets, etc., what's the real challenge in climbing Everest? It's become a pretty "mechanized" ascent these days, basically. I realize it's still dangerous, but, honestly, if you want a climbing challenge, why not climb K2 instead? Or something else, somewhere? Seriously. I met someone who climbed Everest and I thought to myself, "Maybe if this was 1968, I'd be impressed." Seriously, what's the challenge?
I seriously apologize up front, and hope you can share your thoughts.
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