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Havachatwithhexy...

PN
1-Feb-2005
10:04:56 AM
On 31/01/2005 M8iswhereitsat wrote:
>>A STRANGE TOUCH
>Luv'd it H-T.
>You ought to cross-post/link* it to the Short Stories thread to keep the
>enhancement going on it, as it has slumbered for a while lately.

Damn straight M8, he should send it home

IdratherbeclimbingM9
1-Feb-2005
10:39:52 AM
On 31/01/2005 maxots wrote re JCP website:
>snip (you only get one page)
per massage?

HEX
2-Feb-2005
9:22:26 AM
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>...I thought I had better swing back to the summit and abseil down the other sides >of the Totem Pole just to make sure we werenít leaving behind a potential >mega-classic. Simon Carter waited for me on the mainland and Iím sure he >remembers my whoops of delight when I saw just how climbable it was...

GOLD !!!

A fantastic contribution to Australian climbing, Simey&Simey ! --- welldun !!

Luv HEX:-) :
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Kris
2-Feb-2005
2:46:29 PM
On 30/01/2005 HEX wrote:
>-------------------------------

>yells Damo or is it Kris ...
>

>------------------------

No, it is not me, buddy

HEX
3-Feb-2005
8:56:25 AM
Maybe it refers to Baxta ...

;-)

HEX
3-Feb-2005
9:21:50 AM
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Phil Box
3/02/2005
>I hear that one of them Natimuk owning locals is going to open a cafe so that the >latte drinking set can enjoy a coffee or high tea...

Steady-on Philby --- LATteS have feelings too ! hehehe ;-) :
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HEX
3-Feb-2005
9:39:42 PM
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glacier-rat
31/03/2004
>would the real hexy please stand up..
Gareth
31/03/2004
>I'm Hex and so's my Wife....
cheesehead
3/02/2005
>"Do you want to know what it is? The Hextrix is everywhere. It is all around us, even >now in this very room. You can see it when you look out your window or when you turn >on your television. You can feel it when you go to work, when you go to church, when >you pay your taxes. It is the world that has been pulled over your eyes to blind you >from the truth."

Moohahahahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa !!! ...
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HEX
3-Feb-2005
9:43:40 PM
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Viewing A Private Message
From: onsight:
To: HEX:
Subject: Re: *** Date: 3/02/2005
Message:
>>Yourmoreofaloonythanhexy,simey!!!

>is that possible?!

Snigger !! ...
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HEX
5-Feb-2005
10:38:30 AM
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Oweng day-dreamed :
>What Australian routes out there have a great mythology associated with them? >What routes are you inspired to do by the stories...

Defiantly the Kangaroo Tail (Noddy,1971?) on Ayers Rock/Oooo-la-roo ...

Awesome rock-architecha, awesome variety of climbing-skills required, and awesome stealth dodging the rangerz ;-)

Luv HEX & Azaria ...
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HEX
5-Feb-2005
2:39:55 PM
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Totem Pole Update/Clarification :

1) The Totem Pole (M6), Ewbank&Kellar, 1968.(West&North Faces)

2) Galagos Bros(M6?), Galagos Bros, 1993.(North Face to join Ewbank Route)

3) The Free Route(~25), Monks, Simey&Simey,Willko, 1995.(West,South&East Faces)

4) Deep Play( ~25), Monks&Lokey, 1999.(North&East Faces)

Hexy forgot all about the ref in the tacky-little Craglettes guide ! --- Seems that Deep Play (Pitch 1), was NOT a new route/variant, but in fact a first free ascent of Galagos Bros(Pitch 1)...
:D

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HEX
6-Feb-2005
2:05:07 PM
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New pitons on Watch Tower
shaggy
1/02/2005
>I was fairly shocked to learn the other day that the watchtower crack's 3rd belay was >re-endowed with 2 new pitons in addition to the existing one, that make 3 pitons for >those who were reaching for their calculators...

Does anyone really givatoss?? --- Watchtower Crack is just a smelly-choss-choked-trade-route for burnt-out middle-class twats from the blurbs, looking for anal-metaphors for the rat-race in the' ...ever tightening matrix of society...' (thanx Cheesehead)

Watchtower Crack DOES have great asthetic-value when viewed from afar ... but ...

At best WTC provides access to Skink ... similar to that nice feeling of sitting on the dunny, after enduring the tormenting experience of 'giving birth' to the initial, gnarly, hardened-section of the stool ...


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HEX
6-Feb-2005
2:18:40 PM
On 4/11/2004 HEX wrote:
>------------------------------------
>

>" I swear to ullah, Hexy --- this thread has become a weapon of mass distraction
>!! --- now howabout a fresh start, oh great-one ..."

>

>Aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh --- very good Hexy ...

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Now pay attention Hexy !!! --- Shin Toe Warrior has some good advice for arse all !!!

ShinToe Warrior
6-Feb-2005
2:27:15 PM
On 6/02/2005 HEX wrote:
>At best WTC provides access to Skink ... similar to that nice feeling
>of sitting on the dunny, after enduring the tormenting experience of 'giving
>birth' to the initial, gnarly, hardened-section of the stool ...
>
This suggests two things: 1. Stop racking cams up your arse, It may be bomber and you always know
where it is when you need one, but it's better to use a padded gear sling
2. Hexy old son, you need more fibre in your diet. Eat some steamed brown rice, for f---'s sake

HEX
7-Feb-2005
8:29:43 PM
Maybe I should just stop eating furniture...
:P

HEX
7-Feb-2005
8:44:27 PM
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Another awesome/dubious milestone/millstone for Chockstone :

999/666? 'members' @ 7 FEB 2005 ...

Will Damey sneak in again to claim the 1000th membership to bring his fractured-personality-representation on Chockstone, up to ~25 ' voices' ? ...

Whataboutyoutaschy?hexymissinyoubabe...
...............................
Topic Date User
Manufacturing Friday, 13 August 2004, tasch :
>YAY! Hexie loves me again! Just as well - I was gunna get my girlfriend Bruce onto >him/her...

Hopeyalookinafterher,brucy...
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manacubus
8-Feb-2005
11:43:46 AM
This is really much easier than producing THE, isn't it?

nmonteith
8-Feb-2005
11:48:36 AM
...snigger...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
8-Feb-2005
1:22:56 PM
On 7/02/2005 HEX wrote:
>================================
>Another awesome/dubious milestone/millstone for Chockstone :
>
>999/666? 'members' @ 7 FEB 2005 ...
>
>Will Damey sneak in again to claim the 1000th membership to bring his
>fractured-personality-representation on Chockstone, up to ~25 ' voices'
>? ...
Simon Carter snaffled the 1000th member slot, (under his own name)!?
& Hayley Dawson grabbed the 1001 spot.
(... 1001 ... nice symmetry there Hayley).
Onsight
8-Feb-2005
6:31:57 PM
On 8/02/2005 M8iswhereitsat wrote:
>Simon Carter snaffled the 1000th member slot, (under his own name)!?
Thanks for pointing that out M8...

I did not - repeat, did NOT - create that user name!!! I have my own perfectly good user name that you're all familiar with, no need for a new one.

Someone playing funny buggers eh? Come on, 'fess up. I do hope nobody is trying to start up last years rubbish, personal attacks and gross hypocrisy again... Would anyone really be that stupid?

tmarsh
8-Feb-2005
6:35:04 PM
On 8/02/2005 Onsight wrote:
>again... Would anyone really be that stupid?

If morons could fly, the sky would be black.

You betcha, Simon.

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