Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

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Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

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Re: Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

Post by Randy Fandango » Wed Jan 05, 2011 11:27 am

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"Tino then yelled, “Gods of Warrrrr” and we all responded with “ May hammer be mighty!”

Oh to be young and able to write such tosh again :-)
Still -- it does look like a fun drop.
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Post by Dave Manby » Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:10 pm

"Before Tino would let us all run it we clasped hands and made a circle. Tino then yelled, “Gods of Warrrrr” and we all responded with “ May hammer be mighty!” Nothing beats a good ol’ Hot Rod quote before running an intense waterfall, right? Now, Tino was the first to run it, with an parting grin he paddled off down the drop. All you could here at the bottom were his hoots and hollers of excitement. Afterwards, another teacher went down to join him below. All of us looked at each other. Everyone was dealing with all this emotion in his or her own way. "

Yuk aaah ugh How bad can it get! Don't care how good KokaTAT gear is I for one ain't buying it now!

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Re: Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

Post by GrumpyPumpy » Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:36 pm

What I really find hard to comprehend is she got into the "zone" with Depeche Mode, now I'm not knocking Depeche Mode I just wouldn't have thought they were "zone" material perhaps I'm wrong.

To be honest I didn't think she would be old enough to know who they were!

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Re: Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

Post by ol » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:29 am

GrumpyPumpy wrote:What I really find hard to comprehend is she got into the "zone" with Depeche Mode, now I'm not knocking Depeche Mode I just wouldn't have thought they were "zone" material perhaps I'm wrong.
I suppose it depends on the 'zone' you are after.
Tallinn in Estonia has two Depeche Mode bars, make of this what you will...

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Re: Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

Post by TwoHats » Thu Jan 06, 2011 10:58 am

GrumpyPumpy wrote:What I really find hard to comprehend is she got into the "zone" with Depeche Mode, now I'm not knocking Depeche Mode I just wouldn't have thought they were "zone" material perhaps I'm wrong.

To be honest I didn't think she would be old enough to know who they were!
Depeche Mode are still going strong and are definately a get in the zone band.
Check out Violator and Songs of Faith and Devotion.
Both fantastic albums with some cracking "zone" tracks.

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Post by Dave Manby » Thu Jan 06, 2011 1:38 pm

TwoHats wrote:Depeche Mode are still going strong.
No - ah shit I thought we could forget the 80s! Next thing Simon Le Bon will be back - no please don't tell me he is ...

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Re: Taylor Cote running Garganta del Diablo

Post by ol » Thu Jan 06, 2011 2:53 pm

Dave Manby wrote:
TwoHats wrote:Depeche Mode are still going strong.
No - ah shit I thought we could forget the 80s! Next thing Simon Le Bon will be back - no please don't tell me he is ...
You must have missed this then dave....
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