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Old 06-25-2010   #1
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Did you have to cut my rope?

Dudes who we pulled off the rock last night before red bridge: did you have to cut my rescue rope or could you have taken another minute to untie your knot?

Felt like an f you instead of a thank you. Happy to help though.
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