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Havachatwithhexy...

The HEX
5-Oct-2005
1:02:46 AM
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On 5/10/2005 jon the pommy-git wrote:
>I'm not at all convinced.


Mwuhahahahahaaaaaaaa...

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The HEX
5-Oct-2005
1:49:04 AM
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On 5/10/2005 Onsight wrote
>Your cynical witticisms have been missed.

Cynical witticisms, eh ?...

Whilst trekking down from the summit,recently, I heard a feeble-voice float-up from the depths of a gnarly crevass...as a last wish, Eddy requested me to clair-voy-ant this to you ...

http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=65151

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jmgh
5-Oct-2005
2:39:26 AM
I'm heading towards convinced now. but steffijones in the profile doesn't ring true,the mispelling of crevasse, clair-voy-ant is well short of the joycean standard he's set elsewhere. i shall wait until our M8 gives his verdict.

Romfrantic
5-Oct-2005
9:10:42 AM
On 4/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>--------------------------------------------------
>I'm The HEX !
>I'm for rear-eal !!
>An' my best mate's name is Neil !!!
>
>Ima cyber-freak by daaaaay ...
>I piss-up all me pay !!
> AnyaWOULDN'THAVMEANYOTHAWAAAAYYYYY !!!!!!!!
>
>---------------------------------------------------

hmmm.....yep, he's baaaaaaaaack...

steph
5-Oct-2005
10:57:14 AM
On 5/10/2005 jon the pom wrote:
>I'm heading towards convinced now. but steffijones in the profile doesn't
>ring true,the mispelling of crevasse, clair-voy-ant is well short of the
>joycean standard he's set elsewhere. i shall wait until our M8 gives his
>verdict.

I'm with u. Totally unconvinced. Profile: Age 1? Only climbs sport now? All the misspellings? Wierd new email addie? Doesn't add up 2 me. Y bother with a new account.....

mousey
5-Oct-2005
4:28:39 PM
im 73.61% convinced, and 100% overjoyed that ya back with us hexybaby!

Rich
5-Oct-2005
6:25:27 PM
nup 0% convinced.. not with ya hex.. one thing you are tho is a troll, albeit a friendly one hehe

The HEX
5-Oct-2005
7:33:06 PM
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Topic Date User
Climbers are lazy Tuesday, 1 July 2003 ,tmarsh
>The first V15 in Oz could be out there, but odds are we'l need a foreigner to find and climb >the thing...
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'...4 OCT 2005 : Bernd Zangerl has climbed a boulder problem high in the Austrian mountains that he says is his hardest yet. Zangerl is a 27-year-old Austrian who made the first ascents of the V15 problems New Base Line and Viva la Evolution and the second ascent of Dreamtime, before it was chipped down from V15.

Zangerl discovered the new line in 2003. It is pure power, with only seven moves on a 45-degree overhang. Although he had climbed V13 and V14 problems that year, he could not even hang onto two tiny knobs at the crux. Compounding the difficulties, the boulder was buried by snow for more than half the year. In 2004, Zangerl felt like he was close to sending the problem when he broke one of the two knobs. To compensate, he started working on a huge dyno to the lip of the roof, and this year, on August 5, he finally stuck it.

The new line is called Memento. Ive never had to invest so much time and energy into a first ascent, Zangerl wrote in an email. For me Memento is maybe 8c+ (V16). Its by far harder than anything I tried or climbed yet... The key to success lies in only two very difficult single movements; therefore it is almost impossible to stamp it with a number. But for me this is bouldering...'

T-mar --- Zanger is ya man...

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The HEX
5-Oct-2005
7:42:18 PM
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James profile :
>why are you reading this crappy profile??

Cos Hexy can't suss-out why James Profound-Thunder , doesnt seem to pontificate much these daze ...

:(

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The HEX
5-Oct-2005
7:53:43 PM
>>-------------------------------------
>>
>>
>>
>>Hexyz (UPDATED) Australian Climbing Forumz Portal
>>..............................................................
>>VICTORIA :
>>http://www.chockstone.org
>>ACT :
>>http://www.canberraclimbing.com/forum/
>>NSW :
>>http://www.cragx.org
>>QUEENSLAND :
>>http://www.qurank.com
>>WESTERN OZ :
>>http://www.climberswa.asn.au/Community/Messageboard/default.asp?view=categories
>>SOUTH OZ(email thingy) :
>>http://www.climbingclubsouthaustralia.asn.au/local.html
>>TASMANIA :
>>http://www.thesarvo.com/display/thesarvo/Climbing
>>............................................................
>>Proudly brought to you by :
>>http://www.chockstone.org/RockHardware/Order.asp
>>http://www.onsight.com.au/home.htm
>>http://www.iceage.com.au/web/index.asp?p=14,14,,
>>--------------------------------

Does anyone know Jonny Newmat's email addy ? --- can somebody tell him the Tasmanian portal has blown a gas-get ... thanx ...

" Bloody in-bred un-reliable unter-Mexican websites ..." , mutters The HEX ...
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The HEX
5-Oct-2005
7:58:39 PM
On 5/10/2005 JCP wrote:
>im 73.61% convinced, and 100% overjoyed that ya back with us hexybaby!

Bell-eeeeev dude BELL-EEEEEEV !!!

...


Hello Mousey , on-line now --- open the doors of perception ... go the millenium young fella !! ... do it toniiiiiight * conspiritorial husky voice * mu ... muha ...muhahahahahahaa ...

The HEX
5-Oct-2005
8:18:59 PM
On 5/10/2005 Rich wrote:
>not with ya hex...

10 September 2005 ,Rich
>yeh yeh I know, I'd love to, but with very little spare cash (saving for europe for end of 05) >and no real income at the moment, I'm trying here first.. :-)
>ps man and ute and for hire :P

Well, pretty-boy --- my hedge needs trimming * imagines Rich's bulging-bicepts flexing with the effort of those high reaches...* and the weed I MEAN !!! weeds along the path needz someone to pluck them with tender digitz ... * oooooooo , I luv it when the 'tradesmens-crack' appears at the top of a tight-fitting pair of stubbies*...Mmmmmmmm,hey boy --- you lookin' mighty cute in them shorts ... howbout I take 'em down and ...

>not with ya hex...

Maybe not yet bro ...

:-((o))

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mousey
5-Oct-2005
8:22:25 PM
ive changed my mind, this is a very good attempt but somehow the new hex's steez isnt quite sittin like old hexys did....still, you're a welcome imposter- bring on the entertainment i say!!
KP
5-Oct-2005
8:29:42 PM
haha....the masses are turning on the hex. I didn't see this coming!

The HEX
5-Oct-2005
8:32:46 PM
On 5/10/2005 JCP wrote:
>ive changed my mind...


...........................
>996posts

Phil Bigg to Rob Star-chef-ski as Rob was nearing the top of the Totem Pole in 1981, when he led the first-ascent-without-falls..." 4 more aids to go , Rob !!! "

Carn Mousey --- DO IT !!!


The HEX
5-Oct-2005
8:39:08 PM
On 5/10/2005 KP wrote:
>haha....the masses are turning on the hex. I didn't see this coming!

HA!HA!!HAAAA!!! --- they ARE turning on The HEX !!! ...ooooooo it feeeeels sooooo GOOOOOD, KayPee !!! ... but it will take a bit more stimulation before I'M coming:P

The HEX
5-Oct-2005
8:52:35 PM
>Best of luck to our Australian Competitors. Lets see some serious ass kicking. >Remember, if you loose the comp, win the fight in the carpark. Who care's it's only >plastic anyway. Here today, gone tomorrow!

14/10/2005 Next NZAC social meeting for SYDNEY
6:30pm at the Sydney Rugby Club - Rugby Place (Off 31A Pitt Street), Sydney . There will be a special guest presentation by reknown Australian mountaineer, Greg Mortimer, on expedition logistics and mountaineering/climbing opportunities in Antarctica. For more info, email sydney@alpineclub.org.nz

Thanx for the reminda, Big Arms ...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
5-Oct-2005
9:03:40 PM
jonthepom wrote a little earlier;
>i shall wait until our M8 gives his verdict.
I am well pleased to note that The Hex is back.
Love the new icon, the old humour, and the odd unopened can in the fire! ....

... spelling miztakes?
Since when was stencilling in the rice paper s'posedtobe politically correct?

>Y bother with a new account.....
To remain on the tantalising number of 999 for posts on the old account of course!
Onsight
5-Oct-2005
9:04:13 PM
On 5/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>---------------------------
>Topic Date User
>Climbers are lazy Tuesday, 1 July 2003 ,tmarsh
>>The first V15 in Oz could be out there, but odds are we'l need a foreigner
>to find and climb >the thing...
....
>T-mar --- Zanger is ya man...

Hey "Hex", 15 aint 16 but try googling Dai Koyamada and The Wheel of Life (V16) anyway.



The HEX
5-Oct-2005
9:06:25 PM
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climbingjac
15/07/2005
>If you go for cordolette, go for 7mm as Mike suggests. Get 9 or 10 metres *and you will >be spared from frustrations of never having enough length.*

AaaaHaHaHaHAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!! --- Fruedian-classic that one, sister ! --- maybe itz time to trade-in the bf:P

A5M8-Troll
16/07/2005
11:14:55 AM
>I second climbingjac's comment re get 10m (or longer!), as *its a bummer when what >you have is too short for the application*...

AaaaHaHaHaHAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!! --- well, maybe you could use the cordolette to tie a brick to the end of ya ...

................


AaaaHaHaHaHAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!

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:D

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