On April 18th from 7-10pm we’ll be hosting the Greenville Bouldering Competition. And we believe, based on empirical evidence, that you should come. Let me explain.
Empirical evidence is knowledge acquired through observation. We obviously can’t draw empirical conclusions about the event, because we can’t observe the event… because it hasn’t happened yet… So we’ve decided to give you the opportunity to observe 5 activities that you might become involved in, if you don’t attend the bouldering competition.
The empirical evidence gathered from these 5 activities leads us to no longer ask the question “do I want to go the bouldering competition?” but rather, “can I afford not to?”
Come to the Greenville Bouldering Competition because, science.
For more details on the event, click here.