About Clipping Chains: I’m Mr. CC, a former seedy underbelly cook and former corporate world geologist. I’m especially a climber. Mrs. CC and I have saved and invested the majority of our income while enjoying a fairly bitchin’ existence, providing a work-optional life in our mid-30s. Do you enjoy thinking outside the box and going against the grain? Good, we’ll have some fun here.
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