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Havachatwithhexy...

The HEX
15-Dec-2005
2:09:57 AM
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>Where to spend my time?
>Hey all, me names Al, and i'm from Vic. Very very keen to head across that way for a >while next year, probably for about a month (all of march). Climb up to 26/27, boulder >up to V8, but really keen to just chill out with cool people for the month and climb. >where is my best place to acheive this desired lifestyle? a place that keeps cropping >up in my mind is margaret river. i'll be heading over solo, so whats accomodation like? >i'm happy to sleep in the back of my car if need be, or a very cheap roof over my head >would be good...

Cool ppl , surf , climbing ... maybe Kalbarri ... long way to drive if , maybe a few days with Adamk would produce the same result ...

>we have an open house in Jan Juc(just near Bells and about 4 hrs from Araps/gramps)
>where people come and crash all the time. Last week had a crew from South
>Oz, have had Japanese, american, frenchies all sorts. even if u just wanna
>park ur van and have a shower what eva it's all cool. If u need somewhere
>to crash for a few nights my email is on my profile feel free to contact me...

Alrob --- if ur fair dinkum about all this, then hitch-hike ... which ever way you decide to go --- ur opportunityz for self-discovery/enlightenment, thru a multitude of interactions with weird/wonderful strangers, will be exponentiallly greater , than if you just sit behind the wheel ' wondering about things ' ...


I hope you and Mousey really get ya sh#t together in 2006 ...
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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
2:43:30 AM
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beefy
14/12/2005
>If a particular thread does nto interest you --then dont read it.
>I never look at Hex's column of crap because that it what is generally in there...




" Hiiiiiiiii -di-ho-oooooooo !!! "

>I never look at Hex's column...

Yeah right ... and the Queen doesn't pick her nose ...

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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
3:05:02 AM
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Viewing A Private Message
From: Uncle Chester
To: The HEX
Subject: hey! Date: 14/12/20055:10:41 PM
Message:
>hey hexy!!!!
>how are ya?
>just thought i would drop you a line!
>love from uncle chester!

Wotzthestory 'Chesta ? ... uv gone all low-prowf ...

Howabout posting some more self-portraitz like this one...



Scout-master Dalai has been missing you greatly lately ...

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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
3:17:14 AM
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http://www.ukclimbing.com/forums/t.php?t=159295

Stuck' --- I reakon on 'evidence' , he should be out of jail and Micheal Jackson should be in ...

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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
3:28:11 AM
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'...The Climb Tasmania Selected Best Guide was launched on 10th December with a climbing meet/competition at Hillwood followed by a Bbq, slideshow by Nick Hanc--k and speech by Peter Jackson. About 50 people attended. The climbing day was a real success. The difficulty comp was jointly won by Jake Bresnehan and Gary Phillips who redpointed the Living End (28). The speed comp was won by Cameron - can't remember his surname, from Hobart, a young climber who raced up a grade 16 on the Chessboard in 22.73 seconds. The gear treasure hunt was enthusiastically pursued by all. Paddy pallin Launceston donated about $1000 worth of gear. Each climber had a list of 25 cryptic clues linked to the guidebook from which they had to deduce the name of the route which had the prize. They had to lead the route and claim a numbered tag on the anchors, which they handed in to redeem their prize.
Peter Jackson gave an inspiring speech reminding us of the reasons why we climb, and what a unique place Tasmania is for climbing which we need to preserve and treasure for future generations. The response to the selected best guide by locals and interstate visitors has been very positive...'

" ... aaaiiiiirrrr-xell-ent Smithers !!! ... ra-leeeessss the hooowwwwnnnddddzzz ... "

$-)

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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
11:45:59 AM
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nmonteith
15/12/2005
>Awesome slideshow and book signing session! ...

" ... aaaiiiiirrrr-xell-ent Smithers !!! ... ra-leeeessss the hooowwwwnnnddddzzz... "

$-)

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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
11:48:18 AM
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Safer Cliffs Vic
15/12/2005
>The Safer Cliffs Victoria raffle raised an awesome $205 - which will go towards funding our >cliff re-equipping work next year...


" ... aaaiiiiirrrr-xell-ent Smithers !!! ... ra-leeeessss the hooowwwwnnnddddzzz... "

$-)

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The HEX
15-Dec-2005
12:03:39 PM
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" Ruff !!! Ruff !!! - Ruff !!! - Ruff !!! - Ruff !!! "...

"Hi Dalai-on-line-now !!! " ...




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The HEX
16-Dec-2005
12:59:34 AM
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This thread has seen a significant amount of lurking-traffic since the hound greeted buddha ... WHO ARE YOU FREAKIN' WEIRDOZ ?? WHAT IS THE MATTER WITH YOUZ ?? ... P#SS OFF !!! ... now where was I ...

The HEX
16-Dec-2005
1:08:00 AM
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On 15/12/2005 nmonteith wrote:
>Tower Hill has some of the worst bolts imaginable. Thanks to Mike Law...
>

Poor call, Neilo ... Mikl's cyber-balls might have shrunk a bit laterly , but this ignorarmous post of yourz is ... *shakes head & lip-curls in disamazement * ... is ... aw I dunno ... it just shows a complete lack of understanding ; and a complete lack of respect for the time in Aus climbing history when limited technology and maximum attitude achieved some amazing thingz ... just digigraph them , rebolt them ... but shutthef#ckup withya 'tude .......................... leave that for me ...

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The HEX
16-Dec-2005
1:12:18 AM
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Da Crux
>Hed left it on the track to do a side trip and was spewing because he actually thought >that another bushwalker had stolen them but his pack was ripped so it must have >been possums...

HaHaHa !! --- thatz why I always rip the pack:D

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The HEX
16-Dec-2005
1:22:29 AM
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Bad Author
>The easiest mechanical grade (M.1.) therefore applies to such things as two firm >bolts, close together, in any easy position on good rock...

WTF?!

F#cked grammar, syntax,composition,concepts ............ and the rope is clipped against the standard piece as may be in relation to the gear loop on harness unless piton has constraints variable to, but not necessarily in conjunction with, the anticipated outcome ...

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The HEX
16-Dec-2005
1:27:22 AM
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....

" Hello hexy !! " .... " Hello Da Crux ... we seem to be meeting here, at this time, alot laterly ..."



The HEX
16-Dec-2005
1:34:52 AM
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Addax-TROLL
>I shall ponder some more before maybe posting another reply ...

OK everyone ... this will be faaaaascinating ... put on an old cardigan ... drape a blanket overya knees... put the theme music to Coronation Street on ya gramaphone ... havacoopoftealoov .... and settle back for some ......... yawn .........ZZZZZZZzzzzz ...

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The HEX
16-Dec-2005
1:49:12 AM
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'...Another unreported ascent was Macphersons repeat of the first line on the Dogface. Originally a bolt ladder put up in about 1965 and later chopped. Macciza aid soloed "The Pecker Route" and graded it M7(X) (X due to the potential of a ground fall). It now stands as possibly the hardest aid route in the Blue Mountains...'

Now this is interesting ...

*tse tse fly lands on hexyz shoulder "aw the nuances of the different aid grades , blah, drone " .... SWAT !!! *


... this is good cos it gives clear focus to the TECHNICAL difficulty ... while acknowledging 'other' factors ... like ...um ..........death ....

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The HEX
16-Dec-2005
2:00:19 AM
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Study this lot , Mousey ... we have much to foresee before we go ...





DaCrux
16-Dec-2005
2:03:24 AM
On 16/12/2005 The HEX wrote:
>------------------------
> ....
>
>" Hello hexy !! " .... " Hello Da Crux ... we seem to be meeting here,
>at this time, alot laterly ..."
>
I could give you some sleeping pills...
>

The HEX
16-Dec-2005
2:11:18 AM
or head ............................ hehehe ... hey ! --- what happened to MY head ...




Ahhhhhhh... here it is ... " Hello hexy !! " ..."yeah....giday maaadte"

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DaCrux
16-Dec-2005
2:14:49 AM

when you grow a brain - you'll get a head ;)

The HEX
16-Dec-2005
2:20:56 AM
Yeah ! ... I noticed that ! --- looks like a moojahadeen has sliced the top of me head off and sucked out me brain ...

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BoaredOfTheRings
Online Now
16/12/2005
2:04:30 AM

>Wonder what they're going to be saying in 20-30 years time when all of the glue ins >that you have put in under your name and under the banner of SCV start failing,
>Before you delete this post think about it...

Good call Piggy ! ... Neil wouldn't dare --- ur part of the cyber-furniture , now ... me too;-)

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