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  1. #11
    The easiest way to beat the summer bordem is to simply not allow yourself to get bored.

    "100% pure adrenaline, some guys snort a line for it, jab a vein for it, all you gotta do is jump." Bodhi- Point Break LMAO!!!

    http://youtu.be/W0S59iyWyBE

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by aka pumpmaster View Post
    gotta have other interests if you live on the EC.
    Hate to say it, but it not just the E. Coast. I've watched the cams in Puerto, Hawaii, and Cali very closely the last few months and overall i'd say it's been rather flat and garbage, with the exception of a few days here and there (South Shore has been ok, and certain spots in Cali have been ok, but overall not so much). If you really want consistent surf this time of year head to El Salvador, that place seems to ALWAYS have good waves (at least the last few months), it seems every day is 3-8ft and cleeeeeean.
    Last edited by DawnPatrolSUP; Jul 2, 2012 at 03:48 PM.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by aka pumpmaster View Post
    do this:

    +1 jumping a long travel bike off of rocky/rooty stuff helps with the lack of surf

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    or build one of these. crazy work out son. come get some succas!!!
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  5. #15
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    hahahaha what a kook

  6. #16
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    i will put money on the table to any of u kooks who want to have a surf battle.i surf a few times a year because i live 100 miles from the beach,retards!!!i see how much surfin u guys do always on the internet lol.i surf a few times a year and im still sponsored,i still get around to surf places u will never see.save the gossip for your boyfriends,u guys are haters lol.i bet u kooks surf everyday and il still blow u out the water.any day,any time,any swell,money on the table.feelin lucky shoot me a message

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    Quote Originally Posted by aka pumpmaster View Post
    do this:

    i started my career off bmxing,and ill challenge any of u kooks to anyday to come riding in the woods with me.u can look me up on youtube and see me at 10 years old,15 years ago doing backflips in the air.any time guys.i dont ride bikes anymore.i skated,and was sponsored!i surf,and im sponsored.dont believe me il shoot u some links to my sponsors..

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    im new to these forums,i see a lot of veterans on here that been on for past years with over 100s of comments.u guys are pathetic!!give up surfing please,we dont need more internet surfers drowning in the ocean.stay home jersey shore bennies!!

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    .dont believe me il shoot u some links to my sponsors..
    www.hollistersurf.com?

  10. #20
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    The remedy for dry-spells in my opinion is to own and use two different longboards:

    A longboard surfboard—a seriously big old log for the tiny little crummy stuff. I surf at least twice a week even when it's crummy. Usually I can find a really shallow bar where the little stuff is breaking. And what makes it better, when I went the other day there were fun tiny little ankle slappers and nobody was on the beach at all . . . Great time. Many times it's only flat because you allow yourself to think it's not worth going out. In my opinion when others say it's too flat and not worth it, it usually is worth it . . . to me at least.

    A longboard skateboard for the real flat days. Go for a cruise through the park and bomb some hills and feel that awesome acceleration through turns that we all live for.

    Have fun. It's really only flat if you let it flatten your spirit!