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Havachatwithhexy...

The HEX
26-Oct-2005
2:36:36 PM
On 26/10/2005 Onsight wrote:

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>Troll boy buffer zone.
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... bananaz running-out ... tran...s..........mission fa.........din..........g ...

poetz priestz & polatishinz
have words to thank for their positionz
noonez jammin' their transmission
wordz that SCREAM for ur submission !!!

Many thanx to obsessedclimber ... TROLL of 2005:-)) ....... banana-BUUUUURRRRP !!!

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>Troll boy buffer zone.

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
3:04:30 PM
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

SLIPPERY-CYBER-BANANA-SKINZ BUFFER ZONE...

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
3:09:42 PM
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On 26/10/2005 Richard wrote:
> >width="433" height="378">

>Holly...Valence!!

hahaha! ... very good , Richard ... the lipz are nearly as nice as hers;-(())

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
3:25:43 PM
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'...Markus Bock concluded his battle with Wolfgang Gullich's 1991 test piece. Markus has come close to redpointing this route on numerous occasions over the past few years but never quite made it. Perhaps seeing both Rich and Dai redpoint the route earlier in the week gave him that little bit extra motivation but whatever he deserves a lot of respect for sticking with it and finishing it off...'

What else makes a good climber ?...COMPETITION ..................andracism?...

mod-slap on wrist!!! hex ...

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
3:34:07 PM
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gfdonk
>Neil Monteith has offered to play bouncer...

Really? ... Kieran not available?...

:P

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
3:37:03 PM
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nmonteith
26/10/2005
>try typing 'hong kong climbing' into google and suprise suprise look what comes up!

try typing in ' bangkok climbing' ................. snigger ...

The HEX
26-Oct-2005
3:41:28 PM
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tmarsh
>The odds are that your surgeon won't know much about climbing and won't understand >the forces the shoulder undergoes and how the recovery process may be affected by >climbing...

Contact Simon Parsons ... ur one-stop-shop for all this ...

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
4:32:47 PM
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rodw
>On 26/10/2005 Phil Box wrote:
>>Why is Queensland not considered in this equation.

>Because its QUEENSland, its all in the name...

Now,now, rodwney ... you might be liabel for QueenSLANDER with that one:P

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The HEX
26-Oct-2005
4:40:54 PM
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'...Pulled out the two wires that I'd determined fit perfectly in the placements. For some reason, they didn't. Shit. Panic. Fighting the pump, wires won't go in, start overgripping, increasing the pump. If I fall now I'll hit the ground. Now overwhelming panic. Entire body shaking. A small crowd has gathered in shocked silence. Elbows start to rise, I'm coming off. I can feel tears forming in the corners of my eyes and my chest feels like it's being squeezed. I begin to bang my forehead against the rock repeatedly. This is my way of forcing myself to calm down...'

FKNHELLMAN' !!! --- AWESOME POST !!!

The essence of the ratrace/fruedian-madness/on-line therapy all-in-one !!!

...

*hexy stopz banging head repeatedly on the computer-screen long enough to ... press ......................Ok



manacubus
26-Oct-2005
4:46:45 PM
=)

The HEX
27-Oct-2005
4:11:04 PM
=) ..........................my eyes are wide-wired-open-shut too ...
AwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwEwwwwwwwww
wwwwwwwwwUuuuuuuuuuuugggggggggghhh
hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhzzzzzzzzzzz
zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzbluuuuuu
uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurrrrrrrr
rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrr
rrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrgggggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...

>repression!!

...hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhggggggggggggg
ggggggrrrrrrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaabbbbbbbb
bbbzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz...he.......hehe.......
...hehehe!!! .................phew !

...
:-)
...

'...Think back to the end of 1999. Millions of people were afraid of the coming New Year. 2000. Y2K. People were afraid that power would fail, that bombs would be unleashed at random, that chaos would reign in the streets. As it turned out, though, nothing much happened. Midnight struck, the calendar clicked over to a new year, a new decade, a new century, a new (some would say) millennium, and life went on as normal.

Now we have reached another 2000. Iraq 2K. Two thousand american soldiers...'

>when the magic 2000 milestone is reached?

Wotarethehavasplatwithhexypunterscraving/dreading ...

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The HEX
27-Oct-2005
4:29:29 PM
On 25/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>Neil wrote
>>reckon it was about the closest I have ever come to a full blown panic
>>attack...

>& that, of course is the danger/addiction ... one is tempted to contrive
>a similar scenario, at same point in the future, so that the experience
>can be re-lived in a rational/controlled manner vsv " ... oh WHY?! did
>I react that way last time ..."

>The addiction being the incredibly enlightening/toxic combination of
>cortisol, adrenalin, endorphinz, seratonin ... which the mind/body craves
>... the magic fix being only (once program by such an experience) available
>... just ....... beyond............ reach ................outside the comfort/contortion
>zone of the postmodern-bio-technological-paradigm ...

DaCrux
27/10/2005
>Reading some of these stories sends shivers down my spine. I think the best thing >about doing something completely stupid and dangerous is the adrenalin it hurts so >bad yet feels so good :)

Yes ... very mis-understood thing, all this ... " awwww I love the adrenalin rush !!! " ...

' it hurts so bad ' is adrenalin mixed with cortisol , to give you that sickening feeling in the guts in the initial stages of suvival-awareness and the ' feels so good ' is the post survival-awareness-high that comes when the bio-chem-c--ktail rapidly changes&morphs as the cortisol is sWEPT away and the remaining adrenalin dances merrily with a big release of endorphins .... the bodyz very own morphine-a-quiv-a-lent ...

... very addictive ...... for some .......... who dare to return ......... then as one becomes more confident/competent ... the # of endorphin-related-highz start to way-out-weigh the sickly ... 'shudder'...encounterz ...

...abitlikethisthread;-)
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The HEX
27-Oct-2005
4:39:41 PM
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Topic Date User
SPAM friendly topic! Tuesday, 25 October 2005 ,adski
'...I have an idea to sell.

At the Pines there's lots of different campfires, each one has a different conversation going on, with different people talking. Some people wander from fire to fire and soak up the warmth and ideas and never say a word. Some fires get stoked and others burn out early. At one of the fires a bunch of gear junkies are debating the specs of the latest equipment. People leave. A nearby campsite can overhear the tech talk and their discussion of whether Bard is really a 12 is being affected. They start talking about whether tricams stick to guano better than nuts. At another campfire multiple personalities mutter mispelt poetry to themselves and chuck an aerosol can in. It explodes. He sniggers.

We are all sitting around the Chockstone campfire/campsite spamming each other with our ideas, selling our stories, being part of the conversation...'



" Excellent post# 300, Adski !!! ..."
" Thx The HEX !!! "
*sniff,sniff,sniff *... "eww --- go&flossyateethadski ..."...*shudder*...

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Sabu
27-Oct-2005
4:47:40 PM
290 posts in one month, with 3 days still to go. thats impressive Hex!

The HEX
27-Oct-2005
4:57:51 PM




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*yellingfromasafedistance*..........."...AND STAY AWAY FROM SIMEY# 2z CAFE !!!"
Onsight
27-Oct-2005
10:16:07 PM
On 17/10/2005 The HEX wrote:
>Does The HEX get a discount on the book:P

Absolutely! I'd love ta give "The Hex" a discount on the book. No wuckers.

Just PM me your address and I'll post you the application form straight away...

The HEX
28-Oct-2005
5:12:37 AM
Topic Date User
Bouldering Gym in Collingwood Wednesday, 26 October 2005 ,Rich
>take it outside kids...

*Hexy puts an ear to the cup held against the cyber-door ...*

Simey #1 ..." yeah, well if you hadn't f#cked the teflon on me frying-pan , with ya stupid hippy-'Muk-pan-cakes, when we were at the Totem Pole ..... NAAAAAAAAAA !!! ..."

Simey#2 ..." yeah, and if you hadn't got totally maggoted on gay-arse Southern Comfort , and danced around the camp...hehehe ...fire , with my soiled-undies on your f#ucking head ...... NAAAAAAAAAA !!! ..."

Simey #1 ..." FINE !!! ... I'm gunna go an troll hexy, since your being such a ... OH F#CK U SIMEY#2 !!! ...'

Simey#2 ... " FINE !!! ... NAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA !!!!!!!! "
Onsight
28-Oct-2005
9:53:21 AM
Hahaha. LOL.

The HEX
28-Oct-2005
11:24:39 AM


" yeah ...' Hahaha. LOL.' ... to you too , Simey#1!!! ...................but seriously ,mate ... when are ya gunna realise that this is really all about me having a crush on... " *blush*

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The HEX
28-Oct-2005
11:30:10 AM
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>


GO THE FRO ' Z !!!

Simey# 2 "... yeah , I remember that day at Buffalo very well ... gotta love those Whillans-sit-harnesses ... I was gunna bring it with me to the Tote, but Simey#1 thought in his ... *ah-hem* ... ' wizdumb' ... that it would look crap for me infamous-send of The Free Root Pitch2 ................... hey...how come I always get number 2'd:-( ..."

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