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Is there anyway to remove a climb from the spraylist? I accidentally added a climb I didn't do and want to take it off. I guess I was in one of those glazed over clicking button moods.
- Fred Garvin, male prostitute
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oh my God, that is way so uncool dude- don't you have ethics or something?
- Dharma Punk
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If you didn't intend to falsely spray it has no karmic consequence.
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of trying is I feel more guilty.
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I think this means you must climb the route whether you are able to or not.
- Cracks like an Egg
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find the route through the online guide when you are logged in and click on "remove from spraylist."
I know that you believe that you understood what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
- Robert McCloskey
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- Emo Philips
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Yea, you can remove it. There's an option to "delete from spray list" where you tick off the route.
Does he have a strange bear claw like appendage protruding from his neck? He kep petting it.
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Just go climb it, that'll be much more fun than clicking a button to delete it.