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I thought so...
David, you won't answer a direct question about what you hope to accomplish here yet are already being confrontational in your posts. Isn't there somewhere else you can go to pick a fight?

In GEAR » knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
March 05, 8:46am

Re: Re: How to dominated the woods
Bob, the Granfors Bruks small forest axe has a longer handle and is more efficient than the Gerber hatchet. But as long as you are practicing your bush-craft there is no reason you can't cut so...

In GEAR » knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
March 05, 7:14am

Whats up, david?
Last December you started a thread about backpacking solo that quickly degenerated into bears and firearms, with some very nasty comments being posted by you. Around the same time you started a thr...

In GEAR » knife vs saw vs hatchet vs axe!
March 05, 6:43am

RE: Creative Commons and gear design
I think both Valerie and John make some very good points. As for the concerns Bob raises about patents, once you offer a design up on the Internet, even if just on this site, there will be a date t...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Creative Commons and gear design.
March 04, 9:51pm

re Jardine and water
I drink a lot of water and still have a pinched nerve in my back. Maybe I am not swallowing it the Ray-Way.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Ray Jardine examines Cuben Fiber
March 03, 2:06pm

Ray who?
I went to the page in question and one of the first things I saw was a magazine article that started with "A god to climbers and ultralight backpackers alike..." I didn't need to see ...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Ray Jardine examines Cuben Fiber
March 03, 7:27am

Re: A tent for every butt
The price does seem extreme but the design is interesting. It might be good for people who tend to camp in the woods, not so much for those of us who deal with wind on a regular basis. But at least...

In GEAR » Sierra Designs Tensegrity 2 Elite
March 03, 7:22am

Starting now-ish?
Could you be clearer on your time frame? A lot of of the ideas that I am seeing here are doable but challenging in June, depending on the snow year, and don't really open up until July. I was g...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Ideas please for a two-week-ish hike
March 02, 12:31pm

Moosejaw
This thread has gone technical, with hats, which is cool. But nobody seems bothered that Moosejaw said about the compressed jacket that it "only loses its loft but not its performance". ...

In GEAR » OK to leave down compressed for a long time?
February 28, 7:59am

Groundsheet alternatives?
I used Tyvek on my thru and for a couple of seasons after and liked it. Easy to lay out, felt tough under my bag, a good surface to sort gear/food on, could always tell up/clean from down/dirty sid...

In GEAR » Groundsheet alternatives?
February 28, 7:14am

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