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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by ragdolling View Post
    Here's a good way for two kooks to figure this out. Kook #1 goes out and runs the length of the beach in Monmouth County from Sandy Hook to Manasquan, waving his hands wildly while he runs. He wears a brightly colored jumpsuit so he is easily identifiable. Kook #2 stays home and watches the cam closely. When kook #1 appears on the camera, he calls kook #1. Mystery solved!
    I did that once... funny as ****!! anyone know where the manasquan cam is?

  2. #22
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    If the kook method is documented by Kook#3, I believe that is the Kookthagoram Theory......

  3. #23
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    If they wanna find it that bad just drive !!!! Who knows you might find a better or just as good spot empty all to ones self .

  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Epic View Post
    I did that once... funny as ****!! anyone know where the manasquan cam is?
    hahaha.

    i think its on staten island or something

  5. #25
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    how many kooks does it take to find the surfers view cam

  6. #26
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    Judging by the amount of people out there last night, you don't want to know. But here is a hint: It's right by here http://www.waterviewtownhouse.com/
    The music gives it away.

    Works real well off a strong south groundswell that refracts into Raritan Bay.

  7. #27
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    Why do you event want to surf there? Every time there is a bump in the water there are like 300 people there

  8. #28
    300 people with a majority of them full blown wave hogging $%#holes! They'll take every bump, drop in on you and get in your face for even thinking of paddling for a wave. Already lost a board from some **** dropping in on me and two others nicely dinged.

    I'd skip it.

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by mOtion732 View Post
    Why do you event want to surf there? Every time there is a bump in the water there are like 300 people there
    I don't want to obviously its way overcrowded I'm just wondering what town its in