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General Climbing Discussion

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mouseys magical land of nonsense

mousey
15-May-2007
10:27:16 PM
On 15/05/2007 PreferKnitting wrote:
>Mousey have you seen Little Miss Sunshine? You might relate to one of
>the characters. Good movie
>anyway.

pumpkin soup. but i wasnt not talking. but yes i could definately relate.
HelenE
15-May-2007
10:27:59 PM
hay josh hows things? sorry i havent been able to get the photos to ya, but rest assured they are on there way. r u up this week at all?
vince

mousey
15-May-2007
10:35:41 PM
haha i just asked you about em in another forum! im down in the gramps this w/e but week after ill be up for sure
hey i finally got my hair fixed up, first time ive been to a hairdresser in several years... she said you did am ok job considering!! hahahahaha
james
16-May-2007
12:17:08 AM
>reason for being stoked number 3: with all the work ive been doing im
>able to afford a car & a new camera & a NZ heliboarding/climbing trip.
>
>reason for being stoked number 4: winter is almost here, my board is wazed,
>& it looks like im gonna pick up some sponsors!!

don't you know that real men/women walk to get their turns - damn soft NSW pussies at it again.

PS: 14 May was another powder day @ Sunshine, faceshots all round. Winter never ends here!



mousey
16-May-2007
12:43:28 AM

>PS: 14 May was another powder day @ Sunshine, faceshots all round. Winter
>never ends here!
>
>
>

haha damn you dude!!

nmonteith
16-May-2007
1:12:00 AM
get a haircut james



mousey
17-May-2007
8:40:13 PM
>M9 and my personal existential disappointment....

On 17/05/2007 stugang wrote:
>For the last year or so when i've been killing time lurking on this site,
>I have always had a secret
>admiration/envy of M9's login name. I always thought there was some existential
>"in joke" of which i
>wasn't included. And I could never understand exactly what that username
>actually meant...I'll be honest,
>I've had my brain and sanity stretched to understand what was meant by
>"M9. Where is that?"
>
>I only just realised that his login is "M9 is where its at" and all of
>a sudden i feel robbed and cheated of a
>whole year of intellectual endeavour as now the login sounds more like
>some apish chestbeating of a
>preferred mode of transport up the cliff and i feel disappointed:(
>
>the other thing i've learnt from a year of lurking is people can take
>things completely the wrong way....so
>please don't.


nice.

mousey
17-May-2007
10:12:29 PM
On 16/05/2007 M9iswhereitsat wrote:
>... there is still plenty of scope for more routes of similar nature there
>though.

Aparently the Southern Highlands isnt the only place with potential....


"The Kokshaal-Too (“Forbidden Range”) is located on Kyrgyzstan’s Chinese border. It was a closed military region until the late 1990s, when the first Western expeditions visited the region. The Soviets had climbed the highest peaks, Dankova (5,982 meters) and Kizil Asker (5,842 meters), but the region as a whole had not been well explored by climbers. This will remain a region of unclimbed pearls for some years to come."

when the mouseling hardens up (he's a tad green still) he'll be after partners in crime. we'll wear king gees & have a secret handshake, and continually debate the maestri affair.
maybe we'll even get up something.
hopefully, we'll get to see another age
>when long walk ins and multi pitch ground ups were much more in vogue.

IdratherbeclimbingM9
17-May-2007
10:38:03 PM
I'm looking forward to participating in the evolution young rat-ling!
:)

mousey
17-May-2007
11:05:51 PM
speaking of *I'm*.... I'm wondering whether anybody out there can tell me, if i were (about as hypothetically as wombats wall) to get a tatoo on the inside of my arm (bicep) would it stretch and look demented in a few years from getting stronger & weaker?

IdratherbeclimbingM9
17-May-2007
11:13:08 PM
It wouldn't really matter, as it is nothing that a good scar from a mis-directed aid hammer (or fall?) wouldn't fix!
Crusty old sailors used to have women tatoos on their biceps so they could make them belly dance when flexed ...

Macciza
18-May-2007
12:42:29 AM
On 17/05/2007 mousey wrote:
> would it stretch and look demented in a
>few years from getting stronger & weaker?

A friend of mine reckons get a demented looking one to start with and later it will look just fine . . .

mousey
18-May-2007
12:50:06 AM
haha! hey macca... me, you, m9. big glassy. you keen?
ghost
18-May-2007
11:41:10 AM
>big grassy




WwwwwwwoooooooooHhhhhhhhhhoooooooo !!!!!!!!!!!

# - )
ghost
18-May-2007
11:51:10 AM
On 2/05/2007 Sabu wrote:
>ahahaha i wish i could say that it was me !!!!!!!


ghost
18-May-2007
12:02:44 PM
On 24/04/2007 mousey wrote:
>can't say i really see the resemblance....




ghost
18-May-2007
12:18:48 PM
On 5/03/2007 dalai wrote:
>An idea for an additional event at the Arapiles Goatathlon




Sabu
18-May-2007
3:52:23 PM
in the words of Dacrux:
>welcome back Hexy :)
ghost
18-May-2007
4:23:12 PM
On 15/05/2007 mousey wrote:

>hey i finally got my hair fixed up, first time ive been to a hairdresser
>in several years... she said you did am ok job considering!! hahahahaha

IdratherbeclimbingM9
18-May-2007
4:32:09 PM
Witchonesthehairdresserohspook?

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