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Havachatwithhexy...

HEX
16-Jun-2005
7:56:30 PM
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JCP

14/06/2005
10:16:15 PM
>NOO dont give it to cheesehad! giveit toMEEEE!!!!! :P
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cheesehead --->
>Hey stupidhead, I asked first....
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JCP
>oy,who youcallingstupidhead? its all on now matey....
>you justmade a baaaad move little boy- i eatpieces of cheese like youfor breakfast!!



cheesehead
>FINE!! I don't want the stupid guide anyway ...

HEHEHE !!!

BA :
>The Canberra people should have something recorded, possibly. Check the wedbsite >mentioned in the Hex's post listing all Oz climbing websites...

Good advive, Billy-boy !

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IdratherbeclimbingM9
16-Jun-2005
8:19:24 PM
HEX
4/03/2005
>'...Itz not about '... (snip)

Well said H-T.

I think the plot was lost for those climbing types when the mental component was taken out of the adventure.

HEX
16-Jun-2005
8:23:42 PM
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M8iswhereitsat
Online Now
16/06/2005
8:10:05 PM
>>our sea-girt nation
>I have heard some youngsters unfamiliar with the words of our anthem sing ...
>"Our land is dirt by sea" !
>:-O

I always chuckle when they sing....
"Au-stray-li-unns we are os-trich-ez !!! ..."

:D

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mousey
16-Jun-2005
8:26:51 PM
yeshhh oi'lll drink ta thart! (the hex is one onthedot, nailonthehad type 'o polygon, mateys)

HEX
16-Jun-2005
8:46:21 PM
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UH-OH !!! --- look-out !! --- 'Chris Sharmaz' online ! ...

Hope you like my latest short-story, Ben ;-)

Hey ! --- M-ate ! --- whenareyagunnapostitonDamozthread?........pleaze ...

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Cheers bro:-))

HEX
16-Jun-2005
8:57:46 PM
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rodw
16/06/2005
8:35:03 PM
>Bolts are not even close to being the same issue, a well placed bolt isn't designed to >make something easier to climb...

You wanna f#ckin' bet?? --- that Andrew Penny dude etal have a lot to answer4 !!! --- when I climbed The 80 Minute Hour , many moonzago, when Hexy was knee-high-to-a-grass-hopper ... (Thanx for that one James) ... I would psych-up to make the next-tricky-cruxy-move --- with a runner at my feet --- only to suddenly find a bolt starring me indaface !!! ... this process happened time'n'time again !!! --- same thing on Allied Chemical News ... What would have been truly nifty-funky rootz were reduced to no-brainers !!! --- Aaaaaarrrrrrgggghhhhhhhh !!!

M8iswhereitsat
Online Now
16/06/2005
8:39:04 PM
>KP
>12/06/2005
>12:40:14 AM
>>what a great thread this was.
>>Theoretical question. (snip)

>KP must be chuckling nicely having fanned the flames on this topic back into life again!
>10/10 for the successful troll there cobber.
>:)

hehehe !

steve
Online Now
16/06/2005
8:41:17 PM
>more KP gold. if only he could see this from Nowra

Heztoobusychokin'onspasudz:P

JCP
Online Now
16/06/2005
8:43:39 PM
>ooohhhhh i was bent over and severly trolled in the a-hole, and i never suspected a >thing :(

F#CKIN' LOL !!!

JCP
Online Now
16/06/2005
8:17:09 PM

>**a hexesque 'snigger snigger' escapes fromthe mouseys lips**

Snigger !!! --- I'moutahere !!!

BUMP !!! *********************************************
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Hawkman
16-Jun-2005
9:14:54 PM
horray my first hex posting

HEX
16-Jun-2005
9:22:09 PM
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********************************BUMP !!!

toot ! ......... TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT !!!

Good1steve--- you can ride in the cabooz with Damo, for awhile ... see if you can wakehimup !

Hey ! --- can you or M8 , paste this , in itz entirety for me please ! --- I deleted it after Kent almost sunk that thread ... but now that itz been re-floated ...
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COPY&PASTE :

Topic Date User
Havachatwithhexy... Thursday, 23 September 2004 At 6:03:05 PM HEX
Message
After drinking from the mind-altering-Addax-watering-hole, HEX wrote : I need to SCEEEEEEEAMMMMM !!! , I can't ! --- Is this real ?! or is it one of those dreams where your're aware that your're dreaming , but you have no control---even when you try to wake your self up, so you can stop the pain ! Dalai has managed to get my right-elbow into the wood-working vice and is slowly , clinically crushing flesh , bone and assorted jibblets , into a mind-spinning,nausi-ating , bloody pulp --- his facial-expression is devoid of any maliciousness--- this is just the way things have to be... ;mercifully , things warp under-water , I can breathe , I note with calm satisfaction ; I look up thru the surface-chop and can see a twisting/distorted view of Tel&Setha , high above , desperately simul-climbing their way to glory on The Fear (17) ; She clips the belay and moments later , Tel swings wildly out into space---a lump of choss-of-a-jug , under the massive roof has snapped ; Tel is laughing!!!,like a naughty boy who has just lit a newspaper-full-of-shit on the door step of the primary school teacher/witch who caught him bouldering across the urinal ; @&*#$ !!-- there's that pain again , it grows in intensity as I slowly turn to find that Mikl is poking a cheat-stick into a giant clam , provoking it to ' bite ' my right-elbow ; blood wafts into the watery breeze & tiny Joemor-fishy-things gleefully lap it up, I can only watch in resigned fascination and hope that..." GET OFF ME $#%^* ARM FOR %$#@$ SAKE !!! " --- at last I think I'm awake ! A blotchy , blood-shot-eyed face greets me with hung-over indifference--- it's Neilmont---and he's been sleeping on my elbow , in such a manner , that a nerve has been pinched against a knob of sandstone , at the back of the cave we grovelled into after a frenzied/debauched late-night session at the Mt Vic pub.; "What's that stink ,ya big sissy ?! " ; Neil quickly ,tho slurringly , explains that Damien and BA had been squirtting him with water-pistols full of 'aramis' and just as a pub-fight was about to erupt , Kent had dragged him off to this Mt Piddington cave to avoid any further trouble . " Who the F*** are you, anyway---aw nevermind who cares ---I'm gunna find Jono, for some Freezer-action, before Kent forces me to belay him on more Gr 12s at The County, again..."
Clicketty-clack-clicketty-clack ; the Lithgow to Sydney winds it's way down around the contours , below the cave , as I finally get to re-balance my aching body and stretch my tortured arm , in the lovely , warm, morning sun : AAAAHHHHHHHHHHH !!!!
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nmonteith
5/07/2004
4:18:53 PM

i like it Hexy! Some serious acid munching ideas.


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Hawkman
16-Jun-2005
9:24:42 PM
paste is where

HEX
16-Jun-2005
9:28:11 PM
Oh dear... Hexy once wrote :

>NNNNNNNNNNUUUUUUUURRRRRRRSSSSSSEEEEEE !!!!!!!!

GivimahandM8 ...

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mousey
16-Jun-2005
9:29:40 PM
>paste is where
in the paste bottle.
reminiscing aside= does anyonne else miss the days of eating clag glue from the little pot and brush in kindergarten artclass?? no? ah well....

HEX
16-Jun-2005
9:33:18 PM
Crikey ! that remindz me of this one ...What did the prostitute say at the end of her shift :P

>hmmm.. flour and water

Um... no !


Hawkman
16-Jun-2005
9:33:29 PM
ops im so passe

hmmm.. flour and water (clag)

HEX
16-Jun-2005
9:37:46 PM
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Thanx for the 'fer Mousey:-))

&now ...

Topic Date User
Giant Cam Saturday, 11 June 2005 At 1:30:29 AM JCP
>...itssoooo past my bedtime...

BUMP !!! ************ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

IdratherbeclimbingM9
16-Jun-2005
9:53:36 PM
>GivimahandM8 ...
Can you hear it cyber clapping?


>>NNNNNNNNNNUUUUUUUURRRRRRRSSSSSSEEEEEE !!!!!!!!

Wasn't that back when A2waswhereitsat?
That was a classic pic of Damo & me !!
If a picture says a 1000 words, then that constitutes a short story too.

Romfrantic
17-Jun-2005
9:09:57 AM
that pic had me in stitches ...;-p

IdratherbeclimbingM9
17-Jun-2005
9:14:37 AM
Me too.
Tried briefly to find it and copy it forward, but ran out of time*.
Might wait for H-T to finish with Bills smoke and mirrors and resurrect it again.

* A search on nuuurrssse (+variations in number of letters) kept coming up negative ...
~ Hard to search on a pic unless one can remember the words near it! This is the 1st time the volume of the H-T thread has created a difficulty for me as to peruse 70 + pages would be time consuming (though enjoyable).!

HEX
17-Jun-2005
3:02:48 PM
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
On 18/02/2005 Onsight wrote:
>Um, Simon, don't you think his health issues are his personal business?

Itz all official,now ...

'...Rock # 62, Autumn 2005, was Chris's last magazine as Managing Editor. In June 2004 he was diagnosed with non-Hodgkins lymphoma, he has now stopped work to concentrate all his energy on fighting the life-threatening cancer. In January, Megan Holbeck --- former Assistant Editor --- stepped up to the position of Editor for both Wild & Rock, an appointment that is not only a change in personnel but a generational and gender transition as well ...' (www.rock&wild.mags)

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Maybe the funky-blend-campfire-magazine-internet-forum-thingy is about to...

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HEX
17-Jun-2005
5:03:12 PM
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nmonteith
17/06/2005
>please... for gods sake.. anyone!! I don't want to spend the weekend shopping on >Chapel Street...

Nicht Angst !!! , grass-hopper ...
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'...History :
Joseph Crook is believed to have built the first house in Chapel Street in 1849, when the street was known as Fitzroy Road. Chapel Street was named after the first church in Prahran, an Independent (or Congregational) Church, built 100 metres north of Malvern Road on the east side, between 1850 and 1852. The first minister of “The Chapel”, as it was known locally, was Rev William Moss. In an address to the Collins Street Independent Church in 1888 the Rev. Moss said, "I may mention that our chapel at Prahran was the only place of worship in the district for over two years, and ultimately gave to the business street of that flourishing city its name Chapel Street". The Chapel was closed in 1859, used as a school building until about 1883, when it was demolished. The only surviving church in the commercial part of Chapel Street, the Baptist Church, which was built in the 1850’s on the corner of Wilson Street, is now the Irish theme pub Bridie O'Reilly’s.

A bridge linking Chapel Street and Church Street, Richmond was not built until 1857 and a ferry service operated over the Yarra River.

In the 1850’s much of the area between Commercial Road and the Yarra River was formed of deep clay deposits which resulted in a number of brickmakers establishing businesses on both sides of Chapel Street. The last of the brickworks, The South Yarra Fire Brick Company continued until the 1980’s when it was sold to the Singapore Developer Jack Chia for “The South Yarra Project” development which was to include The Como Centre.

Virtually from its beginning Chapel Street, between Toorak Road and Dandenong Road was a trading and shopping street with flour milling, butchers, bakers, drapers, boot makers, general stores, carpenters, bricklayers, farrier and blacksmiths, chemists and an undertaker...'
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" Clip-clop-clip-clop...canya spare a shillin' fer an ol'sea-dog ! ...clip-clop-clip-clop --- nayyyyyyy !!! --- e'up there old-girl --- thatitz--- itzOK ... clip-clop-clip-clop ... yet ye whale-bone-corsetz here, ladies ! ... clip- ... grunt, shiver , ooze , splat , steam-in-the-morning-sun ...-clop-clip-clop ..."

Now go forth and per-see-ve the experience with fresh-sensory-aware-ness-es-isms ...

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Romfrantic
17-Jun-2005
5:04:25 PM
On 17/06/2005 HEX wrote:
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>nmonteith
>17/06/2005
>>please... for gods sake.. anyone!! I don't want to spend the weekend
>shopping on >Chapel Street...
>
>Nicht Angst !!! , grass-hopper ...
>
...

besser 'kein Angst"

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