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  1. #21
    My friend listens to music when he goes diving but i dont know about surfing. Would the headphones even stay in? God forbid you lost it somehow, expensive mistake. Definitely wouldnt be listening to music in a heavy crowd though, easy way to cause a problem.

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbking View Post
    in that case, you sound more like a

    wannabe hippie treehugging girl/rob machado broseph

    who on the inside is a stuck up, self concious ***, who revolves his life around surfing but is afraid of any wave over shoulder high

    i rarely post but i really dont like you, haha
    All this because he simply elaborated on not liking music while surfing? Chill kiddies.

  3. #23
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    the sound of silence

    no headphones......interfere too much with the voices in my head

  4. #24
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    What's next? A TV mounted to your deck? Right next to your GoHome HD Hero Camera?

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by wallysurfr View Post
    What's next? A TV mounted to your deck? Right next to your GoHome HD Hero Camera?
    why stop there? 3G enabled touchscreen tablet so you can troll the swellinfo forums in between sets.

  6. #26
    for those of you with Verizon, its the casio commando... its the outdoors/ military smartphone (touhscreen) that has pre loaded tide charts swell information and weather, and its waterproof! i have about 300 songs on it and i hit play, tuck it in my wetsuit resting on my collarbone and go out for an hr or two session and its fine. they say a half hour full sumbersion is what its tested to but in a two hour session i may only be submerged past the shoulders for 10 or fifteen minutes in total... definitely a good buy if yuou have verizon and like surfing

  7. #27
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    I haven't looked at these Swellinfo forums in ages. I somehow find myself scanning them today, and lo and behold, I see this thread. Never surf with a ****ing electronic device. If you do, you're missing the point.

  8. #28
    I've tried snowboarding while listening to music, not a huge fan. I'm not exactly sure why, but it just doesnt feel good. I think one of the reasons most of us enjoy something like surfing is because we're able to "tune out" the world, not in a couch potato sense, but because it's something that we are concentrating on so hard that we have no time to think about other things. No time to think about work, relationships, school, or any other responsibilities that would otherwise be on your mind when you're scratching to get outside for example. We have so little of this "focused" time in our lives, I think that using an ipod out there and flipping through songs would kind of "snap you out of it" and keep your mind multitasking when you could be tuned in to yourself.

    Or maybe listening to some metal might get you so pumped up you're surf your a s s off. Who knows...

  9. #29
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    Bottomline is if you listen to an iPod while surfing, chances are you will get weeded out and quit surfing within a few years and move onto the next cool thing. Cmon this whole idea is for retards that have no idea how to appreciate what you have!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CPRICE View Post
    tuck it in my wetsuit resting on my collarbone
    sounds like a good way to pop your jugular