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General Climbing Discussion

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Climbing on TV Thursday, 21 February 2008 At 3:52:20 PM Eduardo Slabofvic
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On 21/02/2008 oweng wrote:
>Not happy about this 'dam' concept though. I dont want Stallone just rapping
>down some 'dam' wall, I want big overhangs and bolt guns and hopefully
>some nitro-glycerine. Or maybe a storyline where he abandons the bolt gun
>and becomes a fanatical anti-bolter, he could do some cgi split screen
>thing where his Cliffhanger character teams up with Rambo on a backcountry
>sportclimber hunting rampage of destruction.

I’ve been hired as the script writer for this new film, and am looking for assistance with the script. So
here’s what I’ve got so far. Feel free to add to it.

The film starts with some stick insect, who’s sponsored by a celery stick distributor, dogging the bejesus
…I mean…sport climbing the now completely retrobolted line. Only to find that ‘ol Sly was a cheapie and
loaded his gun with mild steel bolts, so they are now all rusty pieces of rubbish. The stick insect slumps
….I mean….plummets off, but the bolts fail to hold even his spindly weight, and he goes the full distance,
dropping a massive 4m to the ground. Where upon he sustains a horrid smear of dirt on his T-shirt, thus
spoiling the contrast of colour against the rock, much to the disgust of the photographer, who storms off in
a huff.

Sticky then swears revenge on Sly for being such a cheapskate, and plots evil revenge.

Cut to the Natimuk Lawn Bowls Club, where Sly is pushing out a set of dips on his Zimmer Frame.
Roughly tied head band blowing in the gentle breeze.

It comes to be his turn to bowl, so he get off the Zimmer Frame and walks over towards the green,
pausing just before he steps up from the cement path onto the curtilage of the green, he turns to his
companions. A close up of his sweat streaked face, teeth clenched in dogmatic determination, “Watch
me”, he says.

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