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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
2:55:53 PM
On 12/10/2005 PreferKnitting wrote:
>Oh Hex! I was hoping to hear some bloodcurdlin' squealing and whining...

Don't you worry bout that, fella --- ULL be doing plenty of that when Kerro' comes to collect his red jumper...

:O

IdratherbeclimbingM9
12-Oct-2005
3:07:03 PM
On 12/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>Couldn't agree more,dude ... M8 --->M9 must have been a mental his-tar-rect-am-ee

Flattery will get you everywhere but out of the anonymous box TH.
OtherS now have the key to that 'cage' and the WAY you could be outed from there...

The HEX
12-Oct-2005
3:09:04 PM
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WM
11/10/2005
Ha, great timing on this thread - the weather gave me excellent gloating rights this week...
Sat 10pm arrived Sydney domestic
Sun 6am collected my belayer from Sydney International. Jetlag = grigri.
8am outstanding brekky as usual from the Wattle. But is that guy ever not grumpy?
9-3pm 11 classic pitches at Piddo, highlights were Foreword (classic burly 19 Ewbank masterpiece, can't believe it only gets 1 star), plus good 'ole Flake Crack, Eternity...



" C'mon you guys !!! --- chill,dudes ! ... I MEAN !!! ... vej-out ! ... I can hear ya cyber-bollocks from back here in the 60z !!! ...


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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
3:15:52 PM
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johny on-line now !

G'day, dude !!! --- now ur someone who can add some integrity to the forum !!!

Still climbing 28 ??

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
3:28:21 PM
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Chalk-free
>Bolts have been known to pull out...

Tragic but true ... nevermind the suction-capz ... there has to be a technical-advancement to the bolt ... hopefully in this century ...

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
3:30:04 PM
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WADE STEVENS MEMORIAL POST

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
3:43:16 PM
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Respectfull-buffer-zone...
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NEVERCLIMBED32
Online Now
12/10/2005
3:30:49 PM
>True but whats really not COOL is your mum having to wipe your arse !

SAY-WHA ??? !!! --- I know A5M8+ likes to dribble-on about this ' only being the inter-net ' , but keep that up an' freedom of speech will ...

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
3:47:34 PM
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Dear Simey#1 on-line now ... another out-standing Rock-mag cover !!! ... and the one of Slopin' Sleazin' ... seen that before;-)

Since Mousey is struggling to pay for his noodles, howbout taking him on as an apprentice:-)
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adski
12-Oct-2005
3:57:28 PM
It's about the time of year that a new climbing calendar comes out, perhaps we'll see some collaboration there..

The HEX
12-Oct-2005
4:00:17 PM
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Hello Adskidamanski ! --- ur obviously comfortable with the perimeters of freedom of speech in Australia ... thanx for the banana ;-))

>It's about the time of year that a new climbing calendar comes out, perhaps we'll see >some collaboration there..

Yes, letz hope so ... hezgotalotoftalent !!!

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
4:14:59 PM
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A5M8+
>Moral of this story.... Don't mess with the OLD FARTS - age and
>treachery will always overcome youth and skill!

Oh dear ... you seriously ARE getting sour ... go and buy that motor-cycle-with-side-car ... grab ya dog ... and go for a loooooooooooooooong ride ...

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Onsight
12-Oct-2005
4:49:25 PM
On 12/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>Since Mousey is struggling to pay for his noodles, howbout taking him
>on as an apprentice:-)


Shhhh, Josh is downstairs packing calendars as we speak...

The HEX
12-Oct-2005
4:54:09 PM
>Shhhh, Josh is downstairs packing calendars as we speak...

AAAAAHHHHH-HAHAHAHAHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!! ... Another CLASSIC !!!

Thanx for the tasty banana rapt in a coating of sense-of-humour !
;-))

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
5:12:18 PM
TIME TO RE VISIT THIS LOT ...

On 23/05/2005 HEX wrote:
>--------------------------
>Mike :
>>The idea that I myself, as site owner, might be personally responsible
>for what a >thousand people say on a bad hair day, is not a little bit
>scary. I certainly hope this is >not the case! If it is, though, then whoever
>owns rec.climbing could be in for stormy >weather...
>nmonteith
>23/05/2005
>>People should only be only editing for tone and read-ability. 24 hours
>is heaps of time >for a massive flame war to erupt. In 14 days the volcano
>has exploded, and the town is >rebuilding again. I think two weeks is just
>too long for people to meddle. If you havn't >cooled off in 24 hours then
>maybe you need to get proffesional help!
>
>Snigger !!! --- yep Hexy wreakons 24 hours is da go ...
>
>--------------------------
>Maybe have a cooling-off period for moderating, too --- 10 minutes rather
>than ten seconds ...
>
>Onsight :
>>Sorry Lee, didnít mean to imply that was sexist, I know how you feel
>about those >issues, I was largely having a dig at Neil for his censorship
>earlier in the day (cause I >believe that thread would have eventually
>self corrected)...
>
>--------------------------

This relates to locking posts after 24 hours of posting ...........obviously ...

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
5:21:57 PM
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>1400 Members

Here's another interesting stat for you Jiminy Cricket ... I MEAN !!! ... A5M8+ !!!

;-)

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The HEX
12-Oct-2005
5:28:56 PM
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MatD
Online Now
12/10/2005
5:22:14 PM
>when i view my profile I dont see the automatic login option. I know its on the >registration form but the only option i can see under my profile is to vote to remove >myself from the forum...

:D

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The HEX
13-Oct-2005
1:48:04 PM
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Some classic Damo/P.N./One Day Hero/ DoDmister...

Monkey Puzzle
P.N.
27/11/2004
Sorry all, heel to toe pinch on the lip of Monkey Puzzle is no more (well, it's missing some bits anyway). It wasn't tested for the forces of my big cycling legs so all you short people learn how to knee-bar at the rest!!!

phil_nev
27/11/2004
A couple of canberra dudes (Damien, Nick and ??) were headed up there on wednesday when we left Buandik. Sounds like it could be them.
We were at the gallery and saw what was left of tha hold Damo, howd u go on the route???
Cheers, Phil

P.N.
27/11/2004
1:59:03 PM
Not too bad Phil, one sit at the lip after the hold busted off. Hope you had a good trip.
I thought about gluing it back on. If I hadn't been waving my big fat arse around for all and sundry and kicking my thunder thighs that dere hold would still be tucked up safely there. It ain't my fault the Gramps is a crumbling pile of choss (no offence Neilo).
Should it be glued back on? I don't know. Is that something that's been dragged throught the cauldron yet? After it busted orf we were out of there for fear of HB trundling in and tearing us newies. Fark, don't wanna be around when he finds out.
ACT Border raid party 1
Gramps 0
Parrently "Akira" (9a, France, sent by Fred Rhouling) is an aeraldite masterpiece, if it's OK for the hardest, it's OK for the Gramps peoples.
Fark, how tame are the possums and kookas in the Gramps. 'Pass the possum' - a variant of the more popular Western australian 'Quokka Socca' was sampled numerous times last week, by the end of it our hands looked like we had spent a week crack climbing in the valley. But it was from playing catch with the little package of fur, claws and teeth before we returned it to it's home in the campsite tree unharmed. It almost seemed a bit too eager to sink it's chops into human flesh and it took the game with a certain amount of relish as it tucked into arms and ears. Each time we walked past the tree it looked over to see if we were up for it again.
Possum 1
The fellas 0
Also, The number of cornflakes etc that got snaffled out of breakfast bowls by errant kookas was amazing.

phil_nev
27/11/2004
So Damieta, are you the same guy i was chatting to at Buandik?? Im sure his name was Damien as well?

P.N.
28/11/2004
Yep, that was me, with Nick and Jamie
'm Damien Jovanovic, the scourge of ACT Climbing

They call me Damos,
Hot stuff and thruster,
When in the ACT
A visit to me an my woody is a muster

I pump and slap on it all day
An get myself nice and strong
So when I hit the rock once a year
I can pump and slap all day long

They call me
Big bad Boro
Cos I'm all that
And Moro

Yeh, uhuh

phil_nev
28/11/2004
Hmmm, Your certainly not what i expected, in person you seem quite normal... :)

Breezy
29/11/2004
8:25:26 AM

LOL

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The anna-vers-er-ry of the crime approaches ...
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One Day Hero
12/10/2005
>Shit, that forcast is so good I'll be flying down from Canberra for the weekend! If any of >you Mexi-pussies actually climb I'll see you in the Gramps!!!

One Day Hero
13/10/2005
>Guess what?, I just buggered my back at work. Flights are cancelled, I won't be >joining you this time, say hi to the gallery from me ...

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*The Gallery sighs with relief ...*

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nmonteith
13-Oct-2005
1:54:23 PM
Malcom has repated Monkey Puzzle without the missing hold (he actually collected it from the ground
and took it home i think!). He thought it ws the same grade - a little more sustained but still 28.

The HEX
13-Oct-2005
2:07:45 PM
climbingjac
29/11/2004
8:48:59 AM
>Don't worry Damietta, the hold you refer to is not required :-) Thus no need to glue it back >on in my opinion. However you are probably in Malcolm's bad books for wrecking The >Puzzle!!!!

Neilo
>he actually collected it from the ground and took it home i think!...

I luv ' closure ' ... this scenario should now provide The Haychbee with more psychic-energz to tackle that other climb that keepz him awake at night ... Giiiiiillllllgggggaaaaaaa ...

??????????????????????????




The HEX
13-Oct-2005
2:53:33 PM
The big-boobed-babe, FEB 2004
'...GILGAMESH---a case for 'creative-enhancement' ? : Gilgamesh is still an aid-route , but HB has come within a bees-dick of freeing it : that donga might be the difference between grade 34 and grade 37. It would definitely make a fantastic 'free-blast' but if it's Grade 37 ,then there's a few options to consider : 1) Leave it for todays 10 year olds to eventually free it; 2) Hope the Huber bros come for a visit and send it (without that 'poh' stuff) ; 3) Make one small chip;4) Glue on a small in-cut hold made of local stone ;5) *Bolt on a small gym-hold*( with easy allen key removal if it's too rad ); 6) Respect it as an aid route and try not to widen the peg placements.(until 1 or 2 occur )...'

Lonnyz ,Mike Fox was obviously inspired by hexy ...

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