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The official stoked thread!

ajfclark
28-Apr-2009
11:52:09 AM
Stoked that in the last month I've got both my pinball table and my arcade cabinet working.

Not so stoked that I've had so much time to play with them because my shoulder doesn't like climbing at the moment.

evanbb
28-Apr-2009
2:34:23 PM
Stoked that I've finally got IT access at work! Bloody Federal Public Service Security! Most of the good stuff is blocked though, like AJ's links from above, but Chocky remains. So, expect to see a lot of me here. Even gmail is blocked!

pmonks
29-Apr-2009
2:49:38 AM
On 28/04/2009 evanbb wrote:
>Stoked that I've finally got IT access at work! Bloody Federal Public Service
>Security! Most of the good stuff is blocked though, like AJ's links from
>above, but Chocky remains. So, expect to see a lot of me here. Even gmail
>is blocked!

Sounds like you need something like The Cloak (assuming they haven't blocked it).

evanbb
29-Apr-2009
11:30:22 AM
On 29/04/2009 pmonks wrote:
>Sounds like you need something like The
>Cloak (assuming they haven't blocked it).

URL Blocked www.the-cloak.com
Category Malicious (Local)
Policy default
User undefined

Apparently my attempt to access it has been noted. Oh no! tarred for life.

rodw
29-Apr-2009
11:50:23 AM
Maybe trying working and not waste tax payers money by surfing chockstone ...bloody public servants :)

ajfclark
29-Apr-2009
11:51:29 AM
On 29/04/2009 evanbb wrote:
>URL Blocked www.the-cloak.com

If you're really keen to bypass filtering, you could spend some time to looking into using ssh to bypass it.

If that link is also filtered I could email it to you...

evanbb
29-Apr-2009
12:04:43 PM
On 29/04/2009 rodw wrote:
>Maybe trying working and not waste tax payers money by surfing chockstone
>...bloody public servants :)

You'll be no doubt glad to hear that everytime I log on to the net, I make sure to deduct the time from my timesheet at the end of the day.
dmnz
29-Apr-2009
1:36:49 PM
On 29/04/2009 evanbb wrote:
>On 29/04/2009 rodw wrote:
>>Maybe trying working and not waste tax payers money by surfing chockstone
>>...bloody public servants :)
>
>You'll be no doubt glad to hear that everytime I log on to the net, I
>make sure to deduct the time from my timesheet at the end of the day.


evan, what about stoked you dont live in sydney anymore?

evanbb
29-Apr-2009
1:56:27 PM
On 29/04/2009 dmnz wrote:
>evan, what about stoked you dont live in sydney anymore?

Been there, stoked that

matthewp
29-Apr-2009
3:46:22 PM
stoked that i just spend my stimulus money a set of cams

wallwombat
29-Apr-2009
6:05:26 PM
Bloody stoked that my van is home from the transmission doctor.

Also stoked that it only cost $140 to get fixed.

Also stoked that I scored 4 Metolious Master Cams for $56 Aus each from seppoland.

And I bought a new thermos today. It keeps hot things hot and cold things cold.

I'm buggered if I know how it can tell the difference.
J.C.
29-Apr-2009
6:50:24 PM
although you're buggered every chance you bloody get

wallwombat
29-Apr-2009
7:18:59 PM
On 29/04/2009 Josh Caple wrote:
>although you're buggered every chance you bloody get

What's with the "although"?
dalai
30-Apr-2009
11:48:12 AM
Glad it was a cheap fix Wallwombat!

gordoste
30-Apr-2009
12:20:48 PM
On 27/04/2009 bl@ke wrote:
>On the way to wagga wagga just out of albury is mt table top (i think)
>and it looks like its got some good cliffs there. any climbing on it ?

Basically, don't bother. Check the Eastern Vic guide if you must. Everyone I know who's been there says it's just pebbles glued together with mud.

BTW Paul yes there's heaps of climbing around but only outside. When daylight savings finishes, 9-5 workers like me have to start climbing indoors - which is why I built a woodie.

evanbb
1-May-2009
12:45:26 PM
Stoked with my box of climbing holds that arrived yesterday:
http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/mega_packs.html

I bought the 50 hold pack, $300 delivered to my house. It looks really good, a great variety of holds, and all necessary hardware (except the ply panels. derr) Might be a bit thin on slopers, but I'll cope.

Olbert
1-May-2009
2:58:17 PM
Stoked that I got my very first first ascent! Thanks for RopeDonkey for letting me have a bash at one of his projects! Was gonna call it "One Small Step for Man" for obvious reasons but a climb nearby was already called soemthing like that(its kinda the theme of the area) so I left the name Rick chose: Quantum Physics.
bl@ke
1-May-2009
6:23:51 PM
On 1/05/2009 evanbb wrote:
>Stoked with my box of climbing holds that arrived yesterday:
>http://www.metoliusclimbing.com/mega_packs.html
>
>I bought the 50 hold pack, $300 delivered to my house. It looks really
>good, a great variety of holds, and all necessary hardware (except the
>ply panels. derr) Might be a bit thin on slopers, but I'll cope.
>
>

awsome! 300 sounds cheep there 400 at cliffhanger. where did ya get 'em?
Olbert
6-May-2009
1:37:44 PM
Stoked for my first 26 today! Whoever overgraded Guerilla Radio at Bluebell is a champ as it felt more like a 25! Now...since its a linkup and I have already done all the bits that it links up(except for that traverse in the middle) does that mean I onsighted it or just red pointed it? For that matter, can you onsight a linkup when you have done both routes that it links?

wallwombat
6-May-2009
1:50:39 PM
On 6/05/2009 Olbert wrote:
> For that matter, can you onsight a linkup when you have done both routes that
>it links?

No

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