I'd love to see her definition of a bathing suit, people like her should be tar and feathered.
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Jun 29, 2012, 03:39 PM #32I'd love to see her definition of a bathing suit, people like her should be tar and feathered.
Jun 29, 2012, 05:51 PM #33Senior Member
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- Dec 2009
Since I'm talking about losing our rights, there have been some articles around the Asbury Park Press about not allowing people to swim/surf when lifeguards are off duty. Towns are thinking of give you a fine if you swim or surf without a guard on duty. What a bunch of bull****. This is all happening because of recent drownings of people who don't understand the ocean or don't know how to swim. When you enter the ocean without guards on duty, you are entering at your own risk. This country is so overboard with safety that they impose new laws on people who don't deserve it. I guess they should have a guy standing outside to prevent you from entering your car because you might get in an accident on your way to work. That's where we are headed.
Jun 29, 2012, 07:51 PM #34
asbury has always been the dump of the jersey shore.iv never been to the beach there,but i worked at the school right around the corner where they have the stop the killings in asbury memorial mural.iv never been grilled so hard in my life where u take the backroads to the school,if i would have stared the guy back he probly would have shot me.asbury is only good if your trying to score smack or a shemale with aids named gabe.i havent been there in years but im sure its still the same.
they want to enforce a 40 year old law to ban swimsuits,why dont they cross the tracks into the real asbury and stop all the stickup kids and smack dealers that make everyday people fear going to asbury.i dont care how good the waves are,u can surf a 10ft groundswell all day with no problems and come back to the train station and get shot and robbed for your iphone.
Jun 29, 2012, 07:56 PM #35
Jun 30, 2012, 07:13 AM #36
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- bolsa chica SB, Huntington Beach,CA
whipping out my worm-can opener....
a lot of public policy, especially public safety policy...helmet laws, auto insurance, even (gasp) health care and swimming curfews... is based on the understanding that things like disease and vehicular and sporting accidents cost time and money, usually at the public's expense. a dead guy is a long day of paperwork and reports for local authorities and expense and time for medical/coroner services, and frankly for any place that is reliant on tourism, the perception that an area is dangerous (through crime or nature) cuts into the profits and tax base. lastly, alas, there is lawsuit. local authorities are forced to show some sign of enforcement and public notification of a dangerous condition (even if there is no intention to follow through with action) to avoid a specious claim that the public hazard was unmarked and it was our (the state's) fault someone was injured or killed. it'd be nice if we let the darwin effect take precedence, but i am afraid that ship has long since sailed