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Havachatwithhexy...

The HEX
15-Jan-2006
1:12:24 PM
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Sunday January 15, 11:26 AM
BASE jumper stranded 100m above ground
Emergency services are trying to rescue a BASE jumper who is hanging precariously from a cliff face in south-east Queensland.
The man jumped off the cliff but became entangled 50 metres from the top of a 150-metre cliff at Christmas Creek near Beaudesert, south-west of Brisbane.
Careflight helicopter spokeswoman Carol Haffke says rescue crews will not be able to rescue the man using the helicopter.
"The rotor wash from the helicopter is quite fierce and if he's just hanging on by the chute, as we believe may be the case, although that's not confirmed, then we fear we may dislodge the chute," she said.
"So that's why we're bringing the people to the top of the cliff, I believe from FMR [Federal Mountain Rescue] or SES [State Emergency Services], and they'll then rappel down to get to him."
...................................

Mighta got his parachute hooked ona ring bolt :P

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The HEX
15-Jan-2006
1:21:52 PM
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...hello Alrob-on-line-now...
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Re: Australia Climbing Feb 26, 2005
Author:
Eddie
Trad climber
From: San Francisco

>Australia...climbing...yes. Grampians are fun, but if you go there, you are very nearby >the world famous Arapiles, which you should not miss. And 'very near' in Australia is >very rare. Both are/were mainly trad, though the Gramps has been busting out more >sport recently (so I here)...

...and Araps is now 'busting' at the seamz ... so I here...

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>...hello Alrob-on-line-now...................

...settle-down Crazyjake .....Alrobz has slunk-off ... plastic-orange-bottle in one hand and short length of garden-hose in tutha ;-)

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The HEX
15-Jan-2006
1:35:57 PM
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>* walks away to start packing for xmas break *

>Have a great xmas-NYE hexy, "see" ya in '06...

...so howditgo, Romfranticski-on-line-now...

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>There are 2 registered members.[on-line-now] Of these 0% have never posted, 0% >have only posted a few times, leaving 100% who are major posters. 100% are from >Australia.

>The top users are: The HEX, Romfrantic

>The average user is 16 years old.

SNIGGER !!!

;-))
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The HEX
15-Jan-2006
1:47:51 PM
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uh-ohh... itz timetago ! ...............

seeya Onny-on-line-now !!!

:-))


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******************************************************BUMP !!!

alrob
15-Jan-2006
2:02:35 PM
On 15/01/2006 The HEX wrote:
>--------------------------------------------
>
>>...hello Alrob-on-line-now...................
>
>...settle-down Crazyjake .....Alrobz has slunk-off ... plastic-orange-bottle
>in one hand and short length of garden-hose in tutha ;-)
>
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>



wheres the love HEX?

The HEX
15-Jan-2006
2:23:40 PM
"...wwwwwwWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAA !!! "
*crying pro-fusely!!!*
"...ERRRR-HEEEEEEERRRR !!! "
...
*.......deeeeeep breath.......*
...
"...I'm SORRRYYY AL-WOBBBEEEE !!! ..."

The HEX
15-Jan-2006
2:25:59 PM
"...ah-hem ..."... *straightens tie and wipes tears off Hugo Boss shirt*
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On 10/11/2005 The HEX wrote:
>>
>
>... obviously a Mikl Jackson fan ...
..........................................

...link on www.joshcaple.com...

...AAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHH ... itz all starting to make sense , now , Mousey:P

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Romfrantic
15-Jan-2006
2:56:49 PM
On 15/01/2006 The HEX wrote:
>----------------------------
>>* walks away to start packing for xmas break *
>
>>Have a great xmas-NYE hexy, "see" ya in '06...
>
>...so howditgo, Romfranticski-on-line-now...

How's it Hex....yeah, went well! ...spent 10 days in the Vic Alps, b'walking/scrambling and a bit of crazy 4WD-ing (that bit wasn't planned) ;-p ....sussing out the Vic scene for potential winter trips, and saving my hard earned $ and annual leave for extended o/s trips later in 2006, if all goes well :-)

How about u hexy?

Romfrantic
15-Jan-2006
3:00:38 PM
On 15/01/2006 The HEX wrote:
>There are 2 registered members.[on-line-now] Of these 0% have never posted,
>0% have only posted a few times, leaving 100% who are major posters. 100%
>are from Australia.
>
>The top users are: The HEX, Romfrantic
>
>>The average user is 16 years old.
>
>SNIGGER !!!
>
>;-))
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16!!?!? ;-) ...he he....hi there fellow major poster...

The HEX
16-Jan-2006
6:15:23 AM
... itz a good gig , eh , Frommy:-) .............better than being one of those major imposterz that lurk'n'jurk around CS ...

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The HEX
16-Jan-2006
6:21:54 AM
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...Alrob+Kezza+Obseessedclimber = Cyber-Inspiration !!

Cheerz guyz !

:-))

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BA
16-Jan-2006
2:02:29 PM
ALL IS NOW REVEALED ABOUT THE HEX !!!

From the Sunday Age TV guide.

"HEX
This British supernatural drama continues to do its best to fill the Buffy-shaped hole in viewers' lives. Today Cassie realises that the demon child she thought she had aborted is actually alive and determined to take revenge (don't you just hate it when that happens)."

IT'S ALL CASSIE'S FAULT !!!

Hex is really an aborted demon child !!!

alrob
16-Jan-2006
2:16:24 PM
On 16/01/2006 BA wrote:
>...............Hex is really an aborted demon child !!!

that would explain the bad grammar perhaps?
Onsight
16-Jan-2006
7:19:27 PM
'ere ya go Hex, buy yourself a belated Chrissy pressy.... bog-roll and Ipod holder all in one...


Onsight
16-Jan-2006
7:37:22 PM
Paulís new book!



http://www.paulpritchard.com.au/writing.htm

The HEX
16-Jan-2006
10:21:16 PM
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14JAN 2005
>I wood be greatly honoured if you cood name one of the woodie-holdz : ' HEXY '
>Luv HEX :-) : ---> ;-) :

mousey
14/01/2005
4:48:43 PM
>no wucken furries mate!! :P

>(then ill find the biggest knob on the wall and name it damo) ;-)

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2JAN 2006
mousey
>since im about to hit the road theres not really a point having my woody covered in >holds.... ill just buy/make some more when i get back!
>ive got just over 100 holds...

16JAN
>sold...

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

...now mousey, I hope you didn't sell 'HEXY' ......... cos 'HEXY' is reeeaaallly lookin' forward to the next time you...ah-hem... get another woody;-)

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The HEX
16-Jan-2006
10:28:19 PM
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Dear Neilio , hope ya don't mind hexy adding some beta...

1) Sweet Revenge

2) Beaman's Route

3) Beaman's Direct Start

4) Break-out (from Harlequin)

5) Harlequin


Tasmania's first grade 25 ,(Kim Carrigan & Simon Parsons, circa 1981), climbs the out-of-the-picture under-cling and thin face to the right of Harlequin ...

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mousey
16-Jan-2006
10:34:58 PM
not to worry mate, 'hexy' is the only hold still on the wall (its an upsidedown 3 finger pinch drilled into a bit of 2x3 halkfway up)

The HEX
16-Jan-2006
10:37:32 PM
*DEEEP SIGH OF RELIEF... as sweat pourz off forehead*

Cheerz mate !!!

:-))

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mousey
16-Jan-2006
10:38:15 PM
c#nt wait to meet you & alrob & the 'gang'... ive started the countdown on my Australian Climbing Calendar :P

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