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Wendy
16-Feb-2005
10:11:12 PM
or at the end of welcome to barbados, "I'm a bit pumped"
Wendy
17-Feb-2005
4:44:01 PM
Can't resist adding this to Simey's gems ...

"I only go climbing when there's a chance a getting laid"
simey
17-Feb-2005
4:59:55 PM
I never said that, but it's probably true.
gfdonc
18-Feb-2005
3:29:46 PM
Shouldn't that have been "no chance"?

Nick Kaz
18-Feb-2005
4:47:55 PM
"put the aseptics in the fass nord and haul them on the B rope."
Ron Olevsky

mousey
18-Feb-2005
6:25:11 PM
haha you love that thread nick! it is pretty cool actually....

IdratherbeclimbingM9
21-Feb-2005
4:18:40 PM
On 21/02/2005 nmonteith wrote:
>...and this great movie showing an awesome tri-cam placement.

mousey
25-Feb-2005
1:50:40 PM
'sometimes we can get too caught up in dreams & ambitions, we spend our time in tomorrow instead of experiencing today... so failure in a way can be liberating...'
richard heap (loosely quoted)

Breezy
25-Feb-2005
2:01:27 PM
" god, today is boring..."

N Montieth

for someone who seems to have a bottomless pit of energy i found this quite amusing :)

go bolt a route :)
simey
25-Feb-2005
2:03:31 PM
Didn't he say that on the same day he was presenting his slide show?

mousey
25-Feb-2005
2:05:45 PM
hahaha!

Breezy
25-Feb-2005
2:19:44 PM
On 25/02/2005 simey wrote:
>Didn't he say that on the same day he was presenting his slide show?\

LOL

Breezy
25-Feb-2005
2:22:11 PM
"Ive been to the F***ing other side and theres nothing there" (rough quote)

apprently said by Kerry Packer not long after his heart attack in early 90's in which he "died" for 6 or so minutes.

nmonteith
25-Feb-2005
2:32:51 PM
On 25/02/2005 Breezy wrote:
>" god, today is boring..."
>
>go bolt a route :)

That is all i wanted to do yesterday... instead I was stuck in a crappy office.
simey
5-Mar-2005
5:46:48 PM
"That wasn't me who put the shit bolts in Strolling Variant Start... I was a different person back then"

Chris Shepherd

IdratherbeclimbingM9
17-Mar-2005
9:40:22 AM
mrbumble said 15/03/05:
>A3s in the old wave became A2 under new wave, and essentially allowed hard aid climbers to better differentiate (and sandbag) between bloody hard and dangerous, bloody bloody hard and dangerous, and sheer lunacy better than they could under the old wave system.


LittleMac
17-Mar-2005
12:53:51 PM
"It's the proximity theory, the further I am from the cliff the easier the climb seems"

Overheard in the Pines

LittleMac
17-Mar-2005
12:55:23 PM
Anybody who has been taught to climb by Peter Martin will have no doubt heard this,

"What do I do now?" "Just go up"

Often heard while a desperate student struggles through their first lead climb.

LittleMac
17-Mar-2005
12:58:00 PM
A philosophical quote overheard between two climbers farwelling each other in the Pines.

"See you at the summit, You know which one"
glacier-rat
17-Mar-2005
2:02:16 PM
this was posted on Ukclimbing.com

As one anonymous Everest summiteer answered when asked what was the hardest part of climbing the mountain: "Pissing through six inches of clothes with a three inch penis."

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