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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Haig Bakhtiarian View Post
    THANK YOU SO MUCH and i only have a 5mm soo i guess thats what im gonna be in
    You gonna sweat like a grizzly bear in the heat

  2. #22
    ikik but its all i got

  3. #23
    I have a wife beater for you

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by bags of jay View Post
    dont drop spot names online please. not saying the spot you mentioned is any good, but its still not something you should be doing.

    thanks

    p.s. you still have the option of editing your post
    like u surf somewhere on the east coast that has a name and isn't already crowded as hell everyday there isn't surf.

    relax, with real surf you'll be paddling around every kook that tries to go out on hurricane swell
    Last edited by Drinkupdog; Aug 26, 2011 at 07:05 AM.

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    Is this thread serious?

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    I just got back from CM . I surfed for about 2 hours at one spot . The Guards told us to get it in now cuase when they come back we gotta get out which was cool. After I finished there I went to check POV. I just checkin it and some other guard pulled up in a Honda Accord yellin " DONT THINK ABOUT IT BRO!!!!!" I said I was done for the day and just looking and why would I paddle out here on a 9'10 log???? He said you cant be on the beach but I told him I was on the Sea Wall there is no ordinance agianst that people are riding there bikes and Fruit booting so I think this storm is jackin you Ego way up lifeguard . He threaten me with calling the cops on me so told him " go right ahead I am not doing any thing wrong" He then said you better not be here when I get back with the cops and he got in his car and speeded off. LOL This storm is getting to everyone so that the media Hype on this worst storm in 50 years crap they are saying

  7. #27
    Damn, the guard must have a stick up his a$$. I can understand being paranoid about a group of teens with boards in hand, but telling a grown man that is something else. I guess this is one of the rare moments when guards like that feel the power and control right at their fingertips.

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    Yeah the first guard that told us that we have unitl they get back down to where we were at were cool. This guy was a straight up a-hole. I was by myself the only surfer and there were ppl across the street talking watching this guy be a douch bag for no reason

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    Shoulda asked to the second guard to see his ID, then report his aggro @$$ to his boss. Maybe they amp these guys up during the morning meeting. "OK guys, were going to have to remove all surfers from the beach. Remember, all surfers disrespect authority, and hate lifeguards, so you're going to have to gain the upper hand by getting in their face as soon as you see them and don't back down."

    Last year, or the year before, I encountered some extremely cool guards in Stone Harbor. I was at the surfing beach on 82nd st, but when they came on duty, they had been given instructions to remove us from the water. We complied, and they actually apologized for having to remove us. Luckily some of the elderly locals talked some sense into the Guard Captain up at Nuns, and they opened up the surfing beach there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptJAQ View Post
    Shoulda asked to the second guard to see his ID, then report his aggro @$$ to his boss. Maybe they amp these guys up during the morning meeting. "OK guys, were going to have to remove all surfers from the beach. Remember, all surfers disrespect authority, and hate lifeguards, so you're going to have to gain the upper hand by getting in their face as soon as you see them and don't back down."

    Last year, or the year before, I encountered some extremely cool guards in Stone Harbor. I was at the surfing beach on 82nd st, but when they came on duty, they had been given instructions to remove us from the water. We complied, and they actually apologized for having to remove us. Luckily some of the elderly locals talked some sense into the Guard Captain up at Nuns, and they opened up the surfing beach there.
    Yeah for the most part I never had a issue with guards. The first one was cool they were making rounds up the beach on a ATV they gave us some time to surf and when they called us out I got out cause they didnt have to be so cool. The second guard nazi was clearly being a jerk cause I was just gonna check it and if he knew anything about the beach or surfing he would know that nobody in there right mind would take a log out at POV. He just wanted to flex with me but he pick the worng person to flex with