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Havachatwithhexy...

HEX
20-May-2005
4:47:44 PM
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Onsight
20/05/2005
>I think this is all a bit unnecessary given the person deleted their own posts about it >several days ago...

I dunno, Simey --- itz all getting a bit intree-ging in the cyber-mist ...

Tel
10/02/2004
>jac, loved the " bumbly thoughts" piece in rock, had a chuckle over the "before and >after". Well done, .....what's next?.
>take it easy, cheers
>terry

climbingjac
11/02/2004
>Hi Tel,
>Great to hear - the aim was to amuse :-)
>What's next? In terms of articles or climbing?
>jac

Tel
11/02/2004
>.....articles ...no climbing ..no no articles, oh for chr@#%* sake.... whatever makes >you happy...... having choices always brings out the schizophrenic in me ..... >haha ..... shhh....
>tel

climbingjac
11/02/2004
>...Who are you, Tel? Have I met you?

:O
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HEX
20-May-2005
4:52:29 PM
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nmonteith
20/05/2005
>I did a little test - i typed J*****e B*******u + drugs into Google - and guess what >popped up! Our own little warm and fuzzy Chockstone thread on the very subject as >the #1 hit. Excellent!

f---in' LOL again !!!

The world will be a better place if all the cyber-punterz can dredge-up ' Goats in the Grampians ' :P

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IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
20-May-2005
5:01:27 PM
Hex said 06/02/04;
> Climbingjac---To you we give ' The vessel of womanhood ' within Austalian climbing.

Give Hex/Him/Her heaps sister!

HEX
20-May-2005
5:09:00 PM
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Hexy & ABBA sang many moonz ago :

Aaaand - weeeee - saaaaay...
" Thank-yooou to Hexy !!! "
The songs we're singin' !
To the world
the joy s/he's bringin' !
Who could imagine --- I ask in all honestyyyyy---
what would life beeee ?!
Without a HEX to troll ---
what are weeeee ?!!!
Aaaaand - weeeeee - saaaaaay
" Thank yooou to Hexy !!! " ---for bringing this thread into being...

Thank you & good-night !!!

Boom ! Tish ! Crash ! Stella guitar-solo ! Fire-works ! Chickswithbigtitsrunnin'alloverthestage ! The crowd chanting :Hex-y !!! Hex-y !!! Hex-y !!!

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Until next time my little grass-hopperz ...

MUUHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!
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HEX
20-May-2005
6:03:32 PM
Encore please Hexy !!!
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On 12/05/2005 HEX wrote:

>Onsight
>12/05/2005
>>Agreed. That's a crap thing to suggest Tel...

>Not really ... itz opened-up & generated good discourse ... Telby is suggesting,
>not accusing ...
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ShinToe Warrior at one with the way 170 20/05/2005 20/05/2005
Tel Melbourne, Victoria 229 16/05/2005 20/05/2005

C'mon Tel !! --- stop lurking ! --- get back on that cyber-horse ...

Luv HEX:-)
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HEX
20-May-2005
6:22:04 PM
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RK
20/05/2005
>Don't understand what's going on here! In the "olden days" the mantra was "In winter when >the Blueys and the Grampians are cold and VERY wet...Arapiles will be fine". Has global >warming already altered the fine balance of nature as much as you guys suggest?

'...May 4, 2005
Up to 2,300 more farmers in Victoria's Mallee and northern Wimmera will be able to qualify for drought assistance.
In a further sign that the drought is intensifying in parts of Australia, Agriculture Minister Warren Truss said the two areas would qualify for a prima facie Exceptional Circumstances (EC) declaration.
A prima facie declaration enables farmers in the affected area to apply for six months' worth of income support from Centrelink.
If the National Rural Advisory Council finds a full EC declaration is warranted, then farmers will be eligible for up to two years' income support and interest rate subsidies of up to $100,000 a year.
The area affects parts of the Mildura, Swan Hill, Horsham, West Wimmera and Northern Grampians council areas...'

Strange dayz indeed ... apparently the water-temperature in the Tasman is rising, indicating many more years of El Ninyo-related-drought to come ...

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HEX
20-May-2005
6:30:01 PM
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Shin2woz :
>For a lot of the Climber Kids nowadays, Led Zep is sort of like classical music - not 'now' >& 'happening'
>especially since it probably won't annoy their parents as the current
>grindcorespeedthrashdeathpolishedmetal does ;)

So which generation pushed Rolf Harris'z, Stair Way To Heaven, to #1 ...

HEX
20-May-2005
6:49:23 PM
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M8iswhereitsat
20/05/2005
>This is BAD news about the crap on a popular (and iconic) climb.
>Sheer bloody laziness. It makes me CRANKY and it shits me literally.
>There are plenty of ways to take it with you, even if you have to do a maxots and bag it 5 >times!
>Apart from being bloody inconsiderate it would also eventually affect water quality for >subsequent teams filling water containers near the bottom.

AAAAAHHHH HAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAA !!!

Dependz whose bottom it is I spoze:P

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HEX
20-May-2005
6:56:03 PM
Topic Date User
Homemade poop tube Thursday, 27 May 2004, nmonteith :
>What took you 8 days to ascend?
>Personally i just hold on (up to four days) until i get back on real flat ground to a proper toilet...

It wasn't Neil !! --- even if he is fulla ...

ShinToe Warrior
20-May-2005
7:14:51 PM
On 20/05/2005 HEX wrote:
>So which generation pushed Rolf Harris'z, Stair Way To Heaven, to #1 ...
Fark, I dunno. sum freex. It wasn't me, though I did laugh at the time
BTW I do have the remastered 4cd box set of Zep tracks, so far be it from me to dis Led Zep fans :)

HEX
20-May-2005
7:23:19 PM
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Some video-GOLD from the archives(2002)

Nick on Variance (24)
http://www.mrppp.com.au/nhb/movies/Variance.mpg
Check-out the cute-pixie-victory-dance at the end !
:D

Shin2woz :
>or hummingbirdBPM Minimal Techno...

Combine the two & Hexy gone intwoooo-zaaaa-twaaa-ner-n-sssssse...

BUMP***************************************
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HEX
20-May-2005
8:38:00 PM
ZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzpop!
StuckintheUK
>It might be worth people keeping this in mind before posting (and mods might need to keep >an eye out as well.)
ugh ! is this a dream or sumfin? --- listen tosser ! --- Aussies died at Gallipolee so we can post crap about #ankers like you ! ugh , pop! zzzzzzzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ...

Tel
20-May-2005
9:30:44 PM
On 20/05/2005 HEX wrote:

>C'mon Tel !! --- stop lurking ! --- get back on that cyber-horse ...
>
>Luv HEX:-)
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mousey
21-May-2005
1:00:17 AM
On 20/05/2005 HEX wrote:
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>------------------------------------
>Romfrantic
>20/05/2005
>>wasn't he out picking fruit out Bilpin way?
>
>You could be right, luv --- desperately still saving/scamming to get this
>up&running ...
>http://www.joshcaple.com
>
>But then again he could be anywhere ??!!
>
>'...» Trag Dich ein! «
>
>Nick 07.03.2005
>>Ho Giudo!
>>How is life in cold old germany? its just starting to get chilly here!
>Hope you are still >climbing! and that life is getting back to normal,
>cant wait to read your final resume!
>>Nick
>
>Josh 25.01.2005
>>hallo guido!
>>mein schlange ist sehr gross
>>und mein bein tut weh
>>danke schon
>
>>(rough english translation: hey guido, hows things? sorry i didnt get
>to go drinkin with >ya before you left, but when i get some money ill come
>over to germany, so we can >get pissed and across the border to kidnap
>hot dutch chicks together. and then we'll >go cranky in the franky and
>send some fully gnarly sick shit bra. btw love ya pics! >peace out, you
>dude'o legend crankenmiester)
>
>Kerstin 12.01.2005
>>Hallo Jungs!
>>Vielen Dank für die schöne Zeit in Australien.
>>Und auch Danke, dass ihr es zwei Wochen mit uns ausgehalten habt=)
>>Gute Heimreise und bis bald
>>Kerstin...'
>
>Guten Gracious Meeeeee !!!:-))
>..............................
>

haha hexy your ability to know everything continues to amaze me! how did ya come across that? me thinks you might be from the newcaslte creew....with ya historic knowledge, jonny wilde maybe??? ahhh no im notgoingto give into any more guessing games!!!!
anyhow, yes ive been apple pickingin bilpin, ill probly do another week or so cus im saving for a light meter, a haircut, and a new lens, and work on the website is getting underway as i type.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
21-May-2005
11:58:09 AM
Hex
>But then again he could be anywhere ??!!
JCP from photo question thread
>just landed a job for the winter as a lifty at perisher blue
Hex
>Strange dayz indeed ... apparently the water-temperature in the Tasman is rising, indicating many more years of El Ninyo-related-drought to come ...

Cloud seeding trial (last season) was deemed worth continueing ...
Too bad it makes 'sticky' snow ~> good (slush) for producing water for high range storages in drought times...
Powder hounds could be disappointed unless they are also western farmers?
Condition of Blue Lake ice ? ... time will tell.

... cross thread fertilisation ...
JCP
>Brown girl in the ring Tra la la lala
LOL (Like the humour!)

HEX
21-May-2005
3:17:14 PM
...keep singin' Mousey --- just don't start thinking about doing a girl in the Brown ring ...

HEX
23-May-2005
9:21:10 AM
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climbingjac
23/05/2005
>I have no issue with people discussing the issue of d***s. What I have a beef with is people >directly linking a person's name to it. I don't [think] everyone realises the impact it can have >on a person. What if Jane Doe decides she wants to be a teacher or something after the whole >climbing thing is over? Nope... don't think they'll be wanting a teacher who is suspected of >taking drugs.....

'jac --- you've been watchin' too much Home&Away ...

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nmonteith
23-May-2005
9:49:04 AM
actually she loves Neighbours.....

HEX
23-May-2005
12:47:16 PM
Me2,hehehe ...



HEX
23-May-2005
12:58:55 PM
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BA
23/05/2005
>I've heard that Kim Carrigan had done 30+ 'laps' of one of the walls, I don't know which >side, how many blocks or if a 'lap' was a 'there and back' or just 'there' and the >second 'lap' was just 'back'. Does any one know (or care)?

Hexycez...

He also did it wearing a diverz-weight-belt ...

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