Monthly Archives: June 2016

Why I Refuse to Review Brendan Leonard’s Book, 60 Meters to Anywhere

Because everybody else already did. Look. Let’s be honest. If a book’s got a quote from Kelly Cordes on the front cover, and one from Kevin Fedarko on the back, what else do you really need to know? You can probably rest fairly well assured that what’s sandwiched in the middle is pretty legit. Open the front cover, and you’ll see more praise

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Climbers from Five States File Class Action Suit Against California for Unfair Monopoly on Good Granite

DENVER – Today, climbers from 5 different states – Colorado, New Hampshire, New York, North Carolina, and Oregon – filed a class action suit against the state of California for holding an unfair monopoly on good granite, in violation of long-standing antitrust laws in place among the climbing community. Colorado state representatives were particularly vocal in the press following the

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