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Poll Option Votes Graph
cams 33
75% 
hexs 11
25% 

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cams or hexs

evanbb
29/04/2009
10:56:18 PM
On 29/04/2009 SwineOfTheTimes wrote:

>us all scared... I mean safe.
>

It's an enormous Big Pharma Conspiracy, one of many on the go at the moment. See how much the stock price of Tamiflu manufacturers went up?

Zebedee
29/04/2009
11:03:39 PM
On 29/04/2009 SwineOfTheTimes wrote:
>On 28/04/2009 hero wrote:
>>Hey Swine, How does it feel to have a pandemic named after you?
>But aren't the various government bodies doing a tremendous job of keeping
>us all scared... I mean safe.
I am not scared enough ... where are the foreigners and their scary cultural beliefs. That sort of stuff can keep me voting for years.

Eduardo Slabofvic
30/04/2009
12:52:10 AM
Make that 20, not counting those that fall through the social welfare cracks.

braaains........braaains.......to ease the pain of being dead.......
Wendy
30/04/2009
9:53:57 AM
Apparently 36000 people die of normal flu in the US every year so it does have a way to go to catch up.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
30/04/2009
10:09:19 AM
On 29/04/2009 Vertigo wrote:
>Visions of "solid" shrubs & "bomber" fig trees & the Bungels flood my
>thoughts......(:-0)

Mine too!
Duncan
30/04/2009
11:17:58 AM
On 30/04/2009 Wendy wrote:
>Apparently 36000 people die of normal flu in the US every year so it does
>have a way to go to catch up.

Epic thread drift. I approve.

The difference between normal flu and swine flu is that it's apparently affecting people in the 25-40 age bracket - ie. supposedly fit and healthy people.

Sabu
30/04/2009
11:36:18 AM
On 30/04/2009 Duncan wrote:
>On 30/04/2009 Wendy wrote:
>>Apparently 36000 people die of normal flu in the US every year so it
>does
>>have a way to go to catch up.
>
>Epic thread drift. I approve.
>
>The difference between normal flu and swine flu is that it's apparently
>affecting people in the 25-40 age bracket - ie. supposedly fit and healthy
>people.
Also the fact that it's thought to be efficiently from person to person. That bracket of
people dying from normal flu is mainly 3rd world, the very young and the very old.
Thankfully this new strain hasn't been as efficient in killing people as the bird flu (which
could kill easily but couldn't move from person to person so well).

mattjr
30/04/2009
12:56:33 PM
just a slight thread hi-jack!?
Wendy
30/04/2009
1:23:10 PM
Swine flu appears to be spreading efficiently betweens threads at the moment.
hughsut
30/04/2009
5:07:16 PM
i would buy a finger size cam, a hand size cam and three or four hexes, the smallest hex being bigger than your biggest wire.
dmnz
1/05/2009
2:55:39 PM
On 27/04/2009 andesite wrote:

>Regarding hexes - I would recommend the Wild Country Rockcentrics - dearer
>than other options but with your cam deal now set up you can get the best
>hexes at the start! Though wouldn't bother with the super large sizes -
>3,4,5,6 are the ones I use the most.

I'd get a full set of nuts, a smattering of tri cams and larger hexes and no cams to start with but keep adding cams as I went/saved. And yes, WC Rockcentrics

anyone used/seen in person the Viamont tricams? (and yes i've seen them on climbinganchors so please don't send me a link)


>
>Or wait for these babies to be available...
>http://www.dmmclimbing.com/productsDetails.asp?pid=5&pid2=202
>
>

They do look good! thanks for the heads up
Paul
1/05/2009
3:04:40 PM

>>Or wait for these babies to be available...
>>http://www.dmmclimbing.com/productsDetails.asp?pid=5&pid2=202
>>
>>
>
>They do look good! thanks for the heads up

looks very much like a WC rockcentric but with a double sling.

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