Maybe I can't afford training, or maybe I don't want to allocate the funds for training.  Either way, there are more people out there just like me.
Since I was recently informed about my lack of common sense climbing, I figured a thread needs to be started. 
Everyone please post any pointers you you can think of that would benefit someone who lacks common sense. 
Anything from jumping into the back of a truck, ladder climbing, roof walking, tower monkey tips, procedure, gear, weather, what to haul up strapped to your back, pulleys to use, rope, ect......
I'm just an accident waiting to happen.  =-O

Everyone reading this understands that the opinions about to be given are just that and you should get "real" training before attempting any climbing.  :-P       http://www.comtrainusa.com/CoursesAvailable.htm
  
G.Villarini wrote:
Ohhh ok, jeje!

Gino A. Villarini, 
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Brian is 21.
Kurt is in high school.

Guess I mushed them together :)

George


G.Villarini wrote:
  
21 and high school? George, you flunked kindergarten 3 times ? :-)

Gino A. Villarini, 
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Brian :)
Your only 21 years old, CONGRATS!

When I read about guys like you and Kurt , who is still in high school 
and running a wisp, it makes me happy and proud of you guys that are 
starting life embracing a business and making a go at it.

So keep up the hard work, someday you'll look back on this era of your 
life and understand why your a success at what ever you will be doing
    
then.
  
I strongly believe in young people  getting involved and participating 
in the business world.

It's a sign of independence and ingenuity, which is what drives the 
American way.

Congrats again!

George

Brian Rohrbacher wrote:

    
Sure is nice to ask for advice and be insulted.  If you know so much 
about how I climb, tell me what I have done wrong.  Or start asking me 
trick questions that I'll answer wrong.  Than you may insult me.

      

  
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