|On 14/01/2013 PThomson wrote:
>Just some objective analysis on this one, since -other than Mt Alex, Wingello
>and Mt Gibraltar,- I'm hardly a "wollongong climber", and can only offer
>an analytical view as a 3rd party viewing all the evidence presented to
Allow me to provide some more objective analysis......that's moronic!
The main flaw in your juvenile logic is the refusal to recognise undeveloped rock as having any value. The voices of moderation who consciously decide not to bolt horrible vegetated choss are ignored, because in your view a piece of rock is either a route, a potential route, or nothing at all.
Imagine if you owned a tiny shack back away from a beautiful beach. You go to spend time there, not for the shack but for the beach. One day you meet a man walking in the dunes who introduces himself as, say, Joe Goding. He asks you if you are exploring the dunes with a view to building a house there. You reply "no". Now, the next time you go to visit the beach, Joe has bulldozed the dunes and built 40 story apartment complexes, paved a boardwalk along the beach, opened a strip club, and put a sewage works next door to your shack...........you raise an objection, to which Joe replies "if you had no intention of developing the beach, what right do you have to complain about me doing so?"
Now, go away and spend a couple of years learning how to think before you feel obliged to offer any more "objective analysis"