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Quiet time

Damietta
7/09/2004
5:54:51 PM
It has been very quiet here lately. I am keen to talk it over.

Is it:

a) because there is nothing to say
b) because people don't want to be evicted via the new 'voting off' function
c) the posts recently have been really crap
d) people are afraid of being abused
e) people are over it
f) people are busy at work
g) some people recently have been critical about posts and have related how they want posts to be strictly 'on topic' and to the point
h)other - feel free to elaborate


JamesMc
7/09/2004
5:55:57 PM
Too focused on skiing or study?

James Mc

neats
7/09/2004
6:18:25 PM
me thinks peoples are over Damietta
dalai
7/09/2004
6:18:55 PM
In order of highest to lowest for me Damien

c) the posts recently have been really crap (for the most part)
a) because there is nothing to say (that hasn't possibly been covered before, hit the search button before rehashing the same old questions eg. Which Rope query today)
e) people are over it (see point (c))
g) some people recently have been critical about posts and have related
how they want posts to be strictly 'on topic' and to the point (nothing with topics moving in focus - just not highjacked with nonsense posts)
f) people are busy at work (more to do with point (e) and point (a) hence why they are above)
d) people are afraid of being abused (personal abuse here is meaningless - I will just pity them)
b) because people don't want to be evicted via the new 'voting off' function (not at all)


mousey
7/09/2004
7:22:02 PM
for its because
>lately
its been the weekend, that grand old time when us scholarly folk can shed our uniforms and set out to accomplish what we talk about chockstone all week
gfdonc
7/09/2004
9:50:07 PM
Actually cos there's not much about climbing. Just 'net friends whose idle chatter could be handled by email instead of on a public forum. Winter doldrums? Lemme think of something ..

Damietta
16/09/2004
3:54:18 PM
Now listen here young Neats.....


PS How's Kent?

neats
16/09/2004
4:27:16 PM
On 16/09/2004 Damietta wrote:
>Now listen here young Neats.....
>
>
>PS How's Kent?

What are you going on about, mullet central?? Kent, who?? Your such a stirrer...

Richard
16/09/2004
9:34:20 PM
Come on neats, spill the beans, you know we'll find out sooner or later anyway...

neats
17/09/2004
8:19:44 AM
Ok ok... me and my mates including Tooheys Old watch the plasy every Thursday night (afta gym) as a ritual.

Tel
26/09/2004
11:24:02 PM
hey ,...
been very busy of late, no time for bouldering, gym or elsewhere. Busy to such a degree that seeing what is taking place on Chockstone doesn't get much of a look in. This I will say, when you step out for a while and then do pop you head back in, it does look very alien,... much ado about nothing..... in many ways.
chicken legs
17/10/2004
2:10:18 PM
Me thinks Damietta is too bored. I am keen to talk it over.

Is it:

a) no fights on rock lately
b) the fast cars havent been fast enough
c) no one is responding to damiettas name change anymore?
hmmmm

mousey
17/10/2004
3:19:09 PM
well HSC starts 9am tomorrow morning so im considering taking some time off of climbing (for a few days)

Camos
19/10/2004
3:56:09 PM
On 17/10/2004 chicken legs wrote:
>Me thinks Damietta is too bored. I am keen to talk it over.
>
>Is it:
>
>a) no fights on rock lately
>b) the fast cars havent been fast enough
>c) no one is responding to damiettas name change anymore?
>hmmmm

Chicken legs? This is all starting to sound a bit familiar......

Camos
25/10/2004
11:50:52 AM
On 22/10/2004 Damietta wrote:
>Ah, G'Day Cambo, did you ever manage to send that project at Gibraltar?

Nope, I've had about 5 years away from climbing doing other sports. Coming back to it now (slowly) though

neats
3/11/2004
8:26:05 AM
sooo many posts, didn't anyone go climbing on the w/e??!!

Araps was perfect...until we got rained on yesterday.

mousey
3/11/2004
8:47:31 AM
>sooo many posts, didn't anyone go climbing on the w/e??!!
only bouldering
>well HSC starts 9am tomorrow morning so im considering taking some time off of climbing (for a few days)
well HSC finished 5pm yesterday afternoon, so im considering taking a few days off to go climbing!!!

>Araps was perfect...until we got rained on yesterday.
oooohhh im so jealous

Nick Kaz
3/11/2004
9:18:51 AM
On 3/11/2004 neats wrote:
>sooo many posts, didn't anyone go climbing on the w/e??!!

Mt Boyce on saturday for traddidge, ended up clipping rings there instead.

Hartley vale Rd on sunday for some soft ticks, ended up learning not everything there is soft.

>
>Araps was perfect...until we got rained on yesterday.

ditto rained on sunday arvo... for 2 minutes.

mousey
3/11/2004
9:39:51 AM
what isnt soft?

PN
3/11/2004
9:54:12 AM
Araps would have been nice, even with the rain. My paltry adventure went as follows

Friday - booze-up at Word Bar
Saturday - MTB ride Geelong-Queenscliffe and back
Sunday - Bouldering at the Ranges AM, run around Botanical Gardens and boatsheds PM
Monday- work followed by piss up at Transport Bar (saw Simon Crean there)
Tuesday - work

Any good trips/outings/adventures to report?

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