Monthly Archives: September 2016

Mountain Project Considers Name Change Following Recent Disgusting Forum

DENVER – Today, a spokesman for the popular climbing website,, announced that company executives are considering changing their name. The change of heart was apparently brought about due to the incredible amount of web traffic that came from an overtly sexist, and idiotic, post about what women should or shouldn’t do or wear in a climbing gym, and the revealing commentary

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Breaking News: New Indian Creek Camping Fees Infuriate Privileged White People

MOAB – According to a recent press release by the Friends of Indian Creek, starting September 1, all campers will have to start paying fees in order to stay at the beloved desert campsites–Superbowl, and Creek Pasture–in Indian Creek, Utah. “This is a monumental decision,” claimed incensed climber, Dirt McBagger, “how come nobody asked me?” Indeed, that’s the question many privileged white people–I

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I don’t understand paralysis. Can’t imagine it, can’t relate to it, can’t say I have any close family or friends who are afflicted by it. It is utterly foreign to me. And so, the first time I saw the kickstarter for Craig Muderlak’s film about Enock – a paralyzed climber who dreamed of climbing El Cap – I ignored it,

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