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mouseys magical land of nonsense

alrob
18-Apr-2007
5:04:12 PM
On 12/12/2006 kp wrote:
>i can't believe i've been dragged into this crappy thread. It feels very
>similar to this post
>
>http://www.chockstone.org/Forum/Forum.asp?Action=Display&ForumID=1&MessageID=37852
>
>hmmm. This site is pretty much nothing except slander and BS.

mousey
18-Apr-2007
5:23:56 PM
onceuponatime m9 bestoweed upon us these quotes...

>Yvon Chouinard from Rock & Ice No127 Sept. 2003
>Q: Does the rise of standards in bouldering & sport climbing spill over into other facets of >climbing?
>A: "Bouldering & sport climbing are valuable, but they are not legitimate forms of climbing. >Without risk, things like that are not really climbing."
>
>Q: Do climbers educate themselves?
>A: "Climbing has become a very selfish thing. The trend began with the me-too generation of >the 80's. An example is the Dolomites, where everything is bolted. It's pitiful we are no >longer a self-policing activity."

I'd like to stir a bit of that 2nd question into the cauldron... the mousey in me reckons that this is pretty well on the same wavelength as my comments in the other thread...
>leave it as a challenge. if you cant step
>up to the mic then dont adjust the scales to suit your own selfish comfort
>zone.

what is your take on this one mister Al... should we be going lowest denominator or darwinian?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
18-Apr-2007
5:33:46 PM
Mr Al has gone home so I will answer:
'darwinian' (sic); but don't expect a free ride in a heligowobbly (wocka-wocka) if you stuff up! ... even if you are into
>the odd shattered tibia

alrob
18-Apr-2007
5:45:43 PM
On 18/04/2007 mousey wrote:
>onceuponatime m9 bestoweed upon us these quotes...
>
>>Yvon Chouinard from Rock & Ice No127 Sept. 2003
>>Q: Does the rise of standards in bouldering & sport climbing spill over
>into other facets of >climbing?
>>A: "Bouldering & sport climbing are valuable, but they are not legitimate
>forms of climbing. >Without risk, things like that are not really climbing."
>>
>>Q: Do climbers educate themselves?
>>A: "Climbing has become a very selfish thing. The trend began with the
>me-too generation of >the 80's. An example is the Dolomites, where everything
>is bolted. It's pitiful we are no >longer a self-policing activity."
>
>I'd like to stir a bit of that 2nd question into the cauldron... the mousey
>in me reckons that this is pretty well on the same wavelength as my comments
>in the other thread...
>>leave it as a challenge. if you cant step
>>up to the mic then dont adjust the scales to suit your own selfish comfort
>>zone.
>
> what is your take on this one mister Al... should we be going lowest
>denominator or darwinian?

there were too many big words in them sentences there mr mousy. i'llst haffta reads it a bits more before i cans give an anser sir.

neats
18-Apr-2007
6:22:36 PM
You need to get back into climbing mousey, way too much time on your hands mate! When are you heading back to Araps??

mousey
18-Apr-2007
6:27:43 PM
in the industry we call this an 'aside':

http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=2019344428
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=2023169027
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=1500200520
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=1451043184
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoid=1451069411
http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&videoID=1975004963

mousey
18-Apr-2007
6:32:22 PM
On 18/04/2007 neats wrote:
>You need to get back into climbing mousey, way too much time on your hands
>mate! When are you heading back to Araps??

awwwww, do ya miss me? :) yeh i do need to start crankin again, thats the plan now anyhoo...

mousey
18-Apr-2007
8:58:06 PM
anyone read 'Deep Play' by Paul Pritchard? i finally picked up a copy the other day & golly gosh he can write! for serious, he's an actual genius with a pen.

mousey
18-Apr-2007
10:01:26 PM
the scissor sisters are singing that you cant see tits on the radio, and unfortunately i have to agree with them.

Sabu
19-Apr-2007
10:26:54 PM
a new day but no new posts on this thread. getting a bit slack there mousy boy!

mousey
19-Apr-2007
11:00:57 PM
i was tits deep in photos, sending out a buttload of submissions today

mousey
20-Apr-2007
5:08:40 AM
great odens raven, why am i still awake?
that makes it 17 hours straight, in front of the computer, editing photos and putting together submissions.
i have to go to work in 2 hours, may as well keep going.

mousey
20-Apr-2007
5:21:52 AM
no, this is just silly, im going to bed.

gordoste
20-Apr-2007
1:09:32 PM
nitey nite

Sabu
20-Apr-2007
3:20:53 PM
u hav tits mousy?!?!? wat the hell is this world coming to...

mousey
20-Apr-2007
3:26:53 PM
Yes Sabu.
I even have a tweaking service, where you can pay me money & i will tweak my nipples while you watch. Interested?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
20-Apr-2007
3:46:28 PM
>a tweaking service, where you can pay me money & i will tweak my nipples

When I was a youth (said while stroking beard), it didn't cost any money and was either called 'cripple nipple' (if done to a mate) or 'lust' (if partaken with the opposite sex).
~> but what has this to do with climbing oh newsageofthericepaper?

mousey
20-Apr-2007
4:00:04 PM
On 20/04/2007 M9iswhereitsat wrote:
>~> but what has this to do with climbing oh newsageofthericepaper?

well let me tell you a story....
long ago there was a pumpkin who lied to tread water in the bath and when the bubbles got too much for him he ate the goanna that kept trying to scratch his sultanas out, but the goanna (who incidentally was named pierre) couldnt come to grips with its own lack of teeth with caused it to be very angry at dentists which in turn led him to wander the world in search of the tooth fairy who would grant him $1 under his pillow. just one problem dude- by the time the goanna realised that the toothfairy wasnt real he had grown dreadlocks and a ginormous moustache so he went to live in a river. this was the same river that would its way through arctic africa and into chile stopping only for snacks at the truckstop 31 on the hume highway just north of gouldburn. noone at the servo had any change so noone could get sunglasses or gatorade for the long trip to morocco. the purple tendrils of smoke coming from the engine of the yellow datto were very friendly but refused to give anyone change. this meant that none of the animals in the zoo could afford tobogans or sausages and had to starve. so benjamin dressed up and a 'gorilla' and threw his crap a little old lady who turned out to be satan herself on holidays in the zooniverse. that was most unfortunate, so benjamin had to stop by gloria jeans for more cardboard boxes every week on his way home to work on his telephone unit in the stapler. just his luck, when he arrived home at work, the entire basement was full of jelly. green wobbly jelly. so benjamin employed a racoon called 'the wobbler' who ate all of the jelly and it was ok. but the wobbler was wobbling so much that he stapled himself in the forehead and counlt stop mimbling about a kitten name tim.

and that is how it relates to climbing.

Sabu
20-Apr-2007
11:53:17 PM
awesome.

Sabu
21-Apr-2007
12:02:20 AM
On 20/04/2007 mousey wrote:
>I even have a tweaking service, where you can pay me money & i will tweak
>my nipples while you watch. Interested?

My guys will talk to your guys and perhaps an arragement can be made as to whether a tweaking service will be of any need.. also to be factored is is the quality of the tweaking service i.e. is it a fulll twist, half twist, little rub or quick brush of the nipple..
Price? per minute, per twist, per hour?
These things need to be worked out in a contract by the end of tomoro eveing and submitted via the magical land.
Signed
sabu.

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