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woody material available - for princely sum of $0

Chuck Norris
10/04/2010
5:57:07 PM
anyone in melbourne (near burnley) and building a woody and in need of ply for the princely sum of $0 should call or sms my mobile. The number has been put in my profile under "comments". If my phone number isn't there then the offer is no longer valid.
Paz
28/04/2010
4:02:25 PM
I assume this is no longer available??? anyone know any whereabouts of cheap ply around? Are those burnley holds just gathering dust as well?
dalai
28/04/2010
5:04:41 PM
On 28/04/2010 Paz wrote:
>I assume this is no longer available???

Phone number now not listed in the Stugang's comments section so I'd say no.

>anyone know any whereabouts of cheap ply around?

Where most bouldering wall ply is found - building sites

>Are those burnley holds just gathering dust as well?

Holds will be going straight back on after Citylink crews get their bridge work done...
dalai
28/04/2010
9:08:50 PM
Bad karma posting PM's mattjr...
dalai
28/04/2010
9:20:20 PM
Not condoning it, but many a woody has been built with 'found' building supplies. Stugang was passing on a possibility - one PM gave you information you decided to pass on the suggestion.

skink
28/04/2010
9:22:49 PM
doesn't seem like it would be particularly difficult to find out who owns the vacant lot and offer to clear the "rubbish" for them
dalai
28/04/2010
9:29:56 PM
Not if the panels are still there and it doesn't concern their moral code?
dalai
28/04/2010
9:37:00 PM
On 28/04/2010 mattjr wrote:
>O.K. What about.. it has been checked out and it is a dead end

So the panels aren't there anymore?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
28/04/2010
9:37:58 PM
I had one of these today.
~> a bit big but I am happy to share if anyone wants some*...



Heh, heh, heh.














(*Always wanted to catchamod with that piccie...)
Snicker-Chortle!
:)
dalai
28/04/2010
9:43:26 PM
I'm very chilled - just not sure what the problem is?

Stugang posted that he had details of free woody material.

He provided this - from a scenario that many woodys have been constructed. Very grey from a legality perspective but was also very clear in his PM and left it at that.

Time wasted from any interested party - minimal from the start as it was clearly spelt out in the PM where and how it could be obtained...

Edit - does look I'm a pretty angry person arguing with myself now mattjr's posts have gone... And I didn't delete them either!

Miguel75
28/04/2010
10:03:42 PM
You do indeed seem like an angry muffin now Mattjr's posts are gone.. I read the complete, undeleted thread before and had a giggle! I read the deleted thread and couldn't figure out what was missing.

Having a restless 4 week old baby has skewed my grasp on reality...

IdratherbeclimbingM9
28/04/2010
10:11:11 PM
After mattjr posted stugangs PM this reply is fair enough as it is in the same flavour?
I can always delete it later...
Heh, heh, heh.

On 10/04/2010 mattjr wrote:
>before i start harrasing you on your mobile..
>Details!
>...is the ply in good condition, is it treated, does it have t-bolts, how much do you have?
>Cheers

On 28/04/2010 mattjr wrote:
>On 28/04/2010 Paz wrote:
>I assume this is no longer available??? anyone know any whereabouts of
>cheap ply around? Are those burnley holds just gathering dust as well?

Don't bother

>Stugang wrote:
>(snip)

>it looks abandoned to me - its up to you and your moral code if you >agree/disagree with me. If you think its crap then at least you haven't wasted your time as a session at burnley is just around the corner.

NO COMMENT!

Then wrote;
>Bad 'Karma' posting dodgy threads !? My bad Stugang

>Why waste anyone else's time?

Then wrote;
>I posted the information to extinguish the thread.. it is a time waster.. forget it Paz .

Then wrote;
>O.K. What about.. it has been checked out and it is a dead end and should not really have been posted on Chockstone in the manner in which it was posted?

>For everyone who has shown an interest's benefit.

Then wrote;
>Go check it out for yourself if you like Dalai

Then wrote;
>Go away M9, we are both bored and this is entertaining us both in some strange way.

~>Yes I am bored too.
;-)
For those into puzzles, the sequence is correct, but I will let you put them in place for yourselves, to see if Miguel75 is correct!
~> let the entertainment continue!

Miguel75
28/04/2010
10:28:32 PM
It looks like we're going to have a gold old fashioned stoning on another thread and I was thinking maybe we can extend the stoning invitation to this thread?

Ooooh, lets have a chockstoning....

wallwombat
28/04/2010
11:14:08 PM
I wish I was stoned.

mattjr
29/04/2010
2:11:03 AM
Angry No. A little bored with a finger injury.. maybe.

I now realise that I have no right to delete my prior comments and that M9 is god.

(insert suitable expletives directed toward M9 here)

heh f&%kin heh

wallwombat
29/04/2010
8:54:31 AM
Seems Simey has an ally.

evanbb
29/04/2010
9:23:43 AM
On 28/04/2010 wallwombat wrote:
>I wish I was stoned.

Maybe we should go bouldering?

evanbb
29/04/2010
9:26:18 AM
Off the original topic, but broadly related...

Anyone know a good source of corflute? That's the fluted plastic board commonly used for Real Estate signs and advertising.

I think I'll get some by just driving around the industrial area at night.

salty crag
29/04/2010
1:59:58 PM
Depends on how much of it you wan't, I've obtained some good sized pieces from a local signwriter for nicks in the past, I'm a loooong way from where you live though but you probably have close by.

evanbb
29/04/2010
2:01:10 PM
On 29/04/2010 salty crag wrote:
>Depends on how much of it you wan't, I've obtained some good sized pieces
>from a local signwriter for nicks in the past, I'm a loooong way from where
>you live though but you probably have close by.

Enough to make a chook shed. I reckon I'll try some locals. Cheers.

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