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General Climbing Discussion

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Quiet time
climberman
3/11/2004
9:57:46 AM
I almost tripped down the stairs at work after consuming waaaay to many bevvies yesterday for our work 'cup lunch', and was so hungover today that I locked my keys in the car after an early moring (usless and seedy) boulder at Queens Park.

Does that count ?

neats
3/11/2004
10:12:47 AM
On 3/11/2004 climberman wrote:
was so hungover today that I locked my keys in the car after an early moring (usless and seedy) boulder at Queens Park.
>
>Does that count ?

Yeah! I've locked my keys in my car b4... saved by my friend's trusty ol' belt!!
climberman
3/11/2004
10:14:02 AM
I was saved by the NRMA. Pretty lame effort on my behalf.

Nick Kaz
3/11/2004
10:20:13 AM
On 3/11/2004 Mighty Mouse wrote:
>what isnt soft?

alpaca corner is definitly hard for a 21, it was mossy and sprinkling, but thats not an excuse, luckily jj uped it to a 22 on the crag.com, (BTW that was my first aid climb 22 is soo easy with a big stick, qd's and rings.)

Also have you been on Superplasticiser? the batman start is an arsearound but the climbing there after is realy good, dirty but good, the last clip is a prick though and there is a VERY sharp fingerlock! Definitly not a soft 22 though.Get on it!

Nick Kaz
3/11/2004
10:25:47 AM
On 3/11/2004 neats wrote:
>On 3/11/2004 climberman wrote:
> was so hungover today that I locked my keys in the car after an early
>moring (usless and seedy) boulder at Queens Park.
>>
>>Does that count ?
>
>Yeah! I've locked my keys in my car b4... saved by my friend's trusty
>ol' belt!!

Actualy I managed to leave my keys hanging in the door of my car all weekend and not get it flogged from my mates house! Hooray for living in the sticks!

Bourge
19/11/2004
3:19:49 PM
Farrk,

She's quiet today, evryone snoozing? Noe ones come back in from boozey Friday arvo lunches yet? Better av one more fr heading back to the orfice.

Who's headed to Arapiles this weekend?

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