You all were the "newbies of today" and your were all douches when you were, love how you guys are just like the people you ***** about...ignorant.
And I hate to tell you, if you say you weren't "entitled" at that age, your full of it. We all were, it's a young person frame of mind, you people complaining about it now with surfing, were the same people either embracing rap in the 90's and rock in the 60's, you thought just cause you picked up a guitar you were Kurt Cobain. It's ok, we all do it, we were all young once. But just don't be a **** and forget about it.
And lastly, does this brotherhood of winter Jersey surfers do anything for the community, or are you just bunch of douches in the water getting pissed at people?
Life's too short guys, Let it be, Let it be...
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Thread: Nobody owes you anything
May 23, 2012, 05:34 PM #31
Last edited by Kyle; May 23, 2012 at 05:42 PM.
May 23, 2012, 05:41 PM #32
He is referring to this:
I am with Lee. It seems like it is not just surfing that is going through a "pussification" but the whole country. I know I will be accused of old fartism here but it WAS different when I learned. (late 70s, early 80s). You didn't dare go anywhere near the older, seasoned guys. It was like showing up at a Pagans MC run on a Vespa. You had to fall in with your own pack of buddies and as you got older you took over. It was fun, it was safe, it was REGULATED by those in the water. No F%cking lawsuits or cops.
Now, everyone wants to claim their right to surf no matter their age, skill level, or type of craft. Is change always a good thing?
May 23, 2012, 05:44 PM #33
May 23, 2012, 05:49 PM #34
kyle, please take up golf because you obviously don't get it. calling the cops on somebody who vibes you because you are a kook is bs. the cops should NEVER be called to deal with lineup disputes EVER. People need to be men and deal with this stuff face to face, like it used to be done, instead of hiding behind mommies skirt.
Last edited by aka pumpmaster; May 23, 2012 at 05:52 PM.
May 23, 2012, 05:50 PM #35
Hard A$$ BS
No water related activity needs a hard a$$ identity. If you are out there and someone is in trouble, you do what you can to help. The more people out there, the more important safety issues become. That is the only way use and access can be sustainable. If some kid gets speared by a runaway surfboard, SUP, Kite, or Jet Ski due to the operatorís negligence that operator is responsible.
That also goes to say that the activity that is causing problems can be banned at any time. Everyone on the water owes everyone else out there respect in terms of safety.
If you just have to be a hard a$$ about your hobbies do cage fighting, boxing, Kun FU, or fung U anything where all the participants agree to the level of risk.
May 23, 2012, 06:01 PM #36Senior Member
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May 23, 2012, 06:01 PM #37
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Cops? Really? I knew these waterproof phones would do no good
May 23, 2012, 06:09 PM #39