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Qurank Poll on the FA Ethic
hotgemini
19/10/2012
1:55:01 PM
So, as part of a discussion on the merits and benefits of retrobolting I've made a poll on qurank.

I'd love to hear the views of Chockstone readers

http://queenslandclimbing.yuku.com/topic/6736/Abandon-the-FA-Ethic-in-favour-of-randomly-adding-bolts
johnie2.5
19/10/2012
2:23:46 PM
You aren't a politician, by chance, are you?

davidn
19/10/2012
2:42:28 PM
*snort*

I'm presuming you were bored and trying to get a laugh out of people on a Friday. So, good job.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
19/10/2012
3:09:24 PM
On 19/10/2012 hotgemini wrote:
>I'd love to hear the views of Chockstone readers

Two Q's...

1. You are not trying to bias the result are you, given the context in the relevant thread?
http://queenslandclimbing.yuku.com/topic/6732/KP-high-low-bolts

2. Who the heck is 'joe anybody'?

Heh, heh, heh.









On 19/10/2012 davidn wrote:
>*snort*
>
>I'm presuming you were bored and trying to get a laugh out of people on
>a Friday. So, good job.

If you take the time to read the background context, the Qld'rs are quite serious about the topic!
hotgemini
19/10/2012
3:23:26 PM
Two A's...

AA (sorry, it's friday I couldn't resist).




More seriously;
1) Its not so much that I'm trying to bias the results, but rather trying to (admittedly rather overtly/inelegantly) demonstrate that the context/framing of the question is fundamentally inseparable from the answer.

2) Steve Anybody's son, lives just next door to Joe and Melissa Bloggs. Works for Jane at the Doe Family rural supplies shop selling bulk organic fertiliser.

-Adam.

ajfclark
19/10/2012
3:53:03 PM
They live up the street from John and Jane Citizen, right?
hotgemini
19/10/2012
4:02:06 PM
That'd be him, although they've moved from up the street from John and Jane in Urbenville to North Queensland, now they're at 123 Any St. Townsville.

joe anybody
19/10/2012
6:26:33 PM
Hey why does everybody leave it to me to retro-bolt climbs for the numptie bolt clipping gym bunnies!??!?

Miguel75
19/10/2012
7:17:13 PM
A is for arapiles;)!

Which is where I am, climbing!

EDIT; Sorry, couldn't help myself;)

pieman
19/10/2012
11:26:33 PM
Go m75

Someone on a climbing forum engaging in actual physical climbing!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jealous


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