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Thread: Miki Dora was correct......
Feb 17, 2012, 01:42 AM #51Senior Member
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Feb 17, 2012, 02:34 PM #52
Listen y'all....well first of all there's almost a wave out there. If you were a hobgoblin it might be pretty fun. Some well-shaped 1 foot peaks out there. It's all clean and ****. A draining two footer here and there. I don't like when it teases you.....you're desparate and it looks almost flat and then boom a macking thigh high set comes rolling in....and makes you go, "hmmmmm" Then it's barely a foot and you're all, " Oh hell no.".........Then another macking set pushing over knee-high comes thundering in...
OK, Miki Dora. Good Lord, I said he sustained his lifestyle by questionable means. However, did he lie, cheat or steal - was he more corrupt, more inheritantly evil than your average United States politician? Is commiting credit fraud worth traveling the world, surfing twitchen spots, and giving your finger to the mainstream world? Is two years in a cell worth a seven year world tour? Say what you will but it takes courage to buck the system. He also was intelligent and foresaw this world we live in today. He saw all the BS, long ago, not just in the surf world but every day life as well. It's not easy being a mad genius(just ask Erock) and saying things that are beyond the times. Plus, people being what they are, many were jealous of Da Cat's abilities, smarts, style and noteriety. So don't believe every negative story being passed around. Oral tradition can be a biased one.
Feb 17, 2012, 04:36 PM #53Senior Member
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I beleive it was tubesteak terry that handed out most of the ass kickings at malibu back in the day, not Dora
Feb 17, 2012, 06:33 PM #54
Feb 17, 2012, 09:27 PM #55
I have lurked on this forum for a long time and this south jetty fraud finally made me post.
southjetty, your post to start this entire thing was almost word for word from In Search of Captain Zero. That is fine and all if you use other people thoughts in your posts just don't pass them off as your own. Got it?
Feb 17, 2012, 09:45 PM #56
Umm, Weisbecker isn't the only disaffected older dude out there you know. What was it the investment banker/corporate lawyer thing? Yeah, gee I wasn't thinking of Allan at that time so any similarities are purely coincidental. This had to do with Dora who saw all of these things years ahead, so if anything I was crediting HIM with the "idea" not plagerizing Allan Weisbecker's "original" thoughts of a declining surf culture.
Dude, I never said I INVENTED these opinions.....I wasn't the first and I won't be the last.I like how I bring out all the dudes who join mesage boards just to be voyeurs. Hey speak out a little more, dude. It won't hurt you.
Stay tuned Fungus(cool name dude), my next thread will be about my ex-girlfriend Liza who cheated on me and I solve a murder case and get threatened by a bunch of dudes in a central American country. You'll love it.....
Feb 17, 2012, 09:53 PM #57
Is that ok, Fungus?
Feb 18, 2012, 12:32 AM #58
.....my apologies, you also took word for word everything ever written about Dora in The Surfers Journal. I would have mentioned this in my first post but I was busy firing one of my working class employees while drinking a $7 coffee.
With that said Fungus is watching - you have been put on notice.
Feb 20, 2012, 12:02 AM #59Senior Member
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[QUOTE=fungus;118913 I would have mentioned this in my first post but I was busy firing one of my working class employees while drinking a $7 coffee.[/QUOTE]
that was funnier and more original than anything SJB ever typed