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Havachatwithhexy...

The HEX
11-Oct-2005
2:53:46 PM
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>remember the movie Stone?...

Ssshhh!!! --- don't elaborate too much or Piggy & Kerrotorre will start searching their shed for a roll of fencing-wire :O

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IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
11-Oct-2005
3:17:51 PM
M8 wrote:
Totally unrelated to an above post but again with the theme;
>Ducatis

On 29/03/2005 gfdonc wrote in a PM to M8 (at the time) about things Buffalo in general:
>Did you ever hear the story about the Ducati going over the edge of the
>South Side? Staff at Cresta lodge were happy to share war stories.

On 30/03/2005 M8iswhereitsat wrote:
>Nah, have not heard about the Ducati.

gfdonc replied:
>The story is that the previous owner - who had generally let the place run down, not paying suppliers and was also in arrears on paying wages - rocked up to the Chalet one afternoon on his brand new Ducati.
>Naturally the staff who were waiting on paycheques took offence to this and so took it upon themselves to hot-wire the Ducati one night. >After a few trips around the plateau (with a few scratches from laying the bike over twice) they decided they may as well go the whole hog and ran the bike off the hang-glider takeoff ramp.
>When everyone had stopped laughing and sobered up the NPWS made them retrieve the bike/parts from the South Side - the issue apparently is still with the courts.


gfdonc
11-Oct-2005
3:24:55 PM
On 11/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>------------------
>Gottaluvthosewedgieharnessez:P

No denial forthcoming then? Outed???
(Sounds of tap..tap..tap echoing up the Gorge)

The HEX
11-Oct-2005
5:27:05 PM
More like glugg ...glugg...glugg...hehehe;-)
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>Wonder if mikl still thinks bikes are a good thing. He was into Ducatis if I recall >correctly...

...if I recall correctly, Mikl nearly chopped some fingerz off in a Ducati chain/sprocket...not the most...
>nostalgia-thingy
...for him to reflect upon ...



Ifeelashortstorycomingon...letmebrewitforawhile...


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Dave C
11-Oct-2005
6:12:40 PM
On 11/10/2005 The HEX wrote:

>>Wonder if mikl still thinks bikes are a good thing. He was into Ducatis
>if I recall >correctly...

Indeed he was. The only time I met Mikl was over 20 years ago when he left his broken down bike in my folks garage at Little River and he returned next day and took it to pieces to get it in the back of his mates car (he managed it in about 25 minutes!) It was partly because of that encounter that I took up climbing.
Dave C
11-Oct-2005
8:24:16 PM
On 11/10/2005 The HEX wrote:

I look-forward to climbing with you again ... don't forget ya lyrca ...

So I did know you back in the old days then? That narrows things down a bit.
Re: lycra, definitely not these days, too old and conservative for all those bright colours now.

THe HEX
12-Oct-2005
1:22:02 PM

Topic Date User
What we all did on the weekend 1 Monday, 10 October 2005, Stuck in UK

>Oi! Who are you calling old!

YOU are !....................... hehehe ...

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THe HEX
12-Oct-2005
1:33:06 PM
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'...David Lama, the 15-year-old Austrian whose father is a Nepali Sherpa, has redpointed Livin’ Astro (5.14c) at Rumney. In less than two weeks at the New Hampshire crag, Lama also did Steady Slobbin’ (5.14b) on his third try and repeated Parallel Universe (5.14a), as well as more than a dozen 5.13 routes...Lama, winner in his age group at the last two World Youth Championships, has climbed three 5.14c routes, the first two when he was still 14 years old. He also has onsighted one 5.14a and several 5.13d climbs. For an interview with the young star...'

http://www.8a.nu/eng/articles/lama.htm.

Maybe Dalaiz away mentoring one of his 'lations ...

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*and then press-on*

http://www.8a.nu/eng/articles


Strewth !!! --- he looks like Mousey !!!...

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THe HEX
12-Oct-2005
1:47:19 PM
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Topic Date User
Stars on new routes Wednesday, 17 December 2003, Dalai
>I have been always of the opinion not to send new climbs in with stars. But unless the >guidebook writer climbs it with you on the FA or has done the climb themselves, even >if the climb is worthy they never get updated.

>It only seems the late Wade Stevens was prolific in the field of confirming details...

Topic Date User
What we all did on the weekend 1 Wednesday, 12 October 2005, mikepatt
>Piddo sure sounded busy. I headed out to the Wolgan were in between a bit of >weather we were able to have whole crags all to ourselves. God bless Wade and long >live the Wolgan...

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

*SSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHH BUFFER-ZONE*

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


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gfdonc
12-Oct-2005
1:53:10 PM
On 12/10/2005 THe HEX wrote:
>*SSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHH BUFFER-ZONE*

Not gunna work Hexy. M9 and I are closing in...
The power of the quoted reply shall prevail.
gfdonc
12-Oct-2005
1:59:20 PM
Poet's Corner? -
The mysterious Hex is upon us,
with indignant indolence shall prevail,
in place of stony silence yields,
a name, a clue, a helpless wail

SSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!


THe HEX
12-Oct-2005
2:01:53 PM

gfdonc
Online Now
12/10/2005
1:53:10 PM
>Not gunna work Hexy. M9 and I are closing in...
>The power of the quoted reply shall prevail.
>Poet's Corner? -
>The mysterious Hex is upon us,
>with indignant indolence shall prevail,
>in place of stony silence yields,
>a name, a clue, a helpless wail
>SSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HEY !!! --- lets have some respect for Wade...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
12-Oct-2005
2:07:40 PM
On 12/10/2005 THe HEX wrote:
>
>gfdonc
>Online Now
>12/10/2005
>1:53:10 PM
>>Not gunna work Hexy. M9 and I are closing in...
>>The power of the quoted reply shall prevail.
>>Poet's Corner? -
>>The mysterious Hex is upon us,
>>with indignant indolence shall prevail,
>>in place of stony silence yields,
>>a name, a clue, a helpless wail
>>SSSSSSSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
>
>!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
>!!!!!
>
>HEY !!! --- lets have some respect for Wade...
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Over on the 'Leading new climb' thread rhinckle wrote;
>hexes can be dodgy
... or only oldfellasinlycra TH?
:)

>*SSSSSSSSHHHHHHHHH
*You defiantly (thanxnm) left out the 'IT' on the end of the falling wail ....

Who's that hiding under the anonymous floorboards?
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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
2:26:00 PM
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theaddaxhasbecomesourlatelybufferzone...
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>You defiantly (thanxnm)..

Leave Neil out of ur lack-of-integrity-hypocitical-mid-life-crysis...

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IdratherbeclimbingM9
Online Now
12-Oct-2005
2:32:03 PM
On 12/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>---------------------------------------
>theaddaxhasbecomesourlatelybufferzone...
>----------------------------------------
>
>>You defiantly (thanxnm)..
>
>Leave Neil out of ur lack-of-integrity-hypocitical-mid-life-crysis...
>
>----------------------------
The Hex wrote
>WHOOOOOOOOOOOAAA !!! FIRE & BRIMSTONE !!!:O

... or an ICBM named petulance that landed close to the mark !!!

>AH-HAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!!

M9 replied;
>Any assumptions are your own
in this strange cyber game.

)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))
As an aside I thought your reference to
>4legz
was quite appropriate when one considers the use of etts/addax legs et al.
Good pun TH
:)

nmonteith
12-Oct-2005
2:35:27 PM
>>>>>>>>>>>
____________
--------------------
<><><><><><>
()()()()()()()()()()()()
AHAHAHAHAHAH

(about as much sense as any of you guys are making. this thread has gone to shit)
KP
12-Oct-2005
2:38:49 PM
don't rattle the cage neilo!

The HEX
12-Oct-2005
2:44:45 PM
On 12/10/2005 KP wrote:
>don't rattle the cage neilo!

CLASSIC, KP !!!

:D

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
2:48:14 PM
On 12/10/2005 nmonteith wrote:
>>>>>>>>>>>>
>____________
>--------------------
><><><><><><>
>()()()()()()()()()()()()
>AHAHAHAHAHAH
>
>(about as much sense as any of you guys are making. this thread has gone
>to shit)

Couldn't agree more,dude ... M8 --->M9 must have been a mental his-tar-rect-am-ee ...

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PreferKnitting
12-Oct-2005
2:50:39 PM
On 12/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>On 12/10/2005 KP wrote:
>>don't rattle the cage neilo!
>
>CLASSIC, KP !!!
>
>:D
>
>--------------------------------

Oh Hex! I was hoping to hear some bloodcurdlin' squealing and whining.

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