I was belaying my long time climbing partner Kenny Parker on Reppy's one time around '82. It was his first lead of the crack, and as he was exiting the pod some 80 feet up, he slipped off, turned upside down and fell down the slab. Unfortunately, he had neglected to clip the bong which was pounded into the bottom of the pod in those days. He came careening down right towards me, pulling out one or two more pieces along the way, and a split second later he was staring me in the face, not more than five feet above my head. Of course, I hadn't anchored in to anything, so I was pulled up the slab a few feet as well. Talk about a dynamic belay! After muttering a few WTF's, I lowered him to the ground, we exchanged nervous chuckles, then we switched ends and I finished off the climb. Maybe it's a little bit of climber's math, but I figured that fall/slide to be at least 60 feet. Luckily for Ken, the slab is very smooth and he ended up shaken, not broken. He lives in Boulder these days and still climbs regularly in Eldo, et al.