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  1. #1

    hey swellinfo forecasters...

    why don't you change the forecast a few more times b4 this non-swell even shows up.
    hows that hit-counter racking up? I'm certain you can squeeze a few more big ticket advertisements about the "pimsleur approach" to learning foreign languages on the page. I know, I know... the science of forecasting is very tricky business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mp1 View Post
    why don't you change the forecast a few more times b4 this non-swell even shows up.
    hows that hit-counter racking up? I'm certain you can squeeze a few more big ticket advertisements about the "pimsleur approach" to learning foreign languages on the page. I know, I know... the science of forecasting is very tricky business.
    Why don't you start your own forecasting site if you think it's so bad here? Or better yet learn to read a damn buoy and nearshore wind forecast from NWS or NOAA and make your own predictions? Considering this site is free and fairly accurate I think it's pretty good. If you are unhappy go pay for a subscription to Surfline and get your LOLA on and stop *****ing at the forecasters here.

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    the forecast never was over waist high, what are you talking about?

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    Bring on the yelling about shortboards and longboards!!!!! Go team!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mp1 View Post
    why don't you change the forecast a few more times b4 this non-swell even shows up.
    hows that hit-counter racking up? I'm certain you can squeeze a few more big ticket advertisements about the "pimsleur approach" to learning foreign languages on the page. I know, I know... the science of forecasting is very tricky business.
    yep, not even a longboardable wave coming our way. stay home, it's not worth even checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mp1 View Post
    why don't you change the forecast a few more times b4 this non-swell even shows up.
    hows that hit-counter racking up? I'm certain you can squeeze a few more big ticket advertisements about the "pimsleur approach" to learning foreign languages on the page. I know, I know... the science of forecasting is very tricky business.
    Two words: "Junior" and "Member"

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    Gnar ripper brah. West swell 5 footers brah

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    That's rigth, if you don't like go give your money to LOLA or any other B!@ch like that.

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    Nice first post btw.

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    Or how about you just hop on your bike peddle on down to the beach and check it yourself. I hope you listened this forecast for tonight and missed out on clean and consistant waist-stomach waves with an occasional chest high set around 6pm tonight. Open your eyes and stop complaining about the man doing his job. So what if he keeps changing his forecast, id rather he do that than just leave...