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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by purpleheadedyogurtslinger View Post
    most of the bennies are drowning this year in VB. I'm not even kidding, every time I see something floating around I almost assume it's a body. At least they are starting to self regulate...
    Up there, the gov't made the oceanfront look so inviting for the tourists but I think all the dredging that's been done actually created many spots with dangerous shorebreak and rips.

  2. #32
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    Don't bennies have very similar if not the same traffic laws as us? Their driving techniques would lead you to believe they have all taken multiple hits of LSD. It takes me twice as long to get to work just because they're all spaced out. I know it will be over soon and I have to admit some good things come along with the tourist season.

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by Doug View Post
    Don't bennies have very similar if not the same traffic laws as us? Their driving techniques would lead you to believe they have all taken multiple hits of LSD. It takes me twice as long to get to work just because they're all spaced out. I know it will be over soon and I have to admit some good things come along with the tourist season.
    sniff..sniff..ooh i can smell it.

  4. #34
    I work at a particular beach bar in Ocean county. i get to deal with these idiots on a daily basis. no class, no regard for the rules, and the world revolves around them. At the end of the day the beach looks like a garbage dump and none of them care. how can people be so clueless?

  5. #35
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    Thats why we call "Dirty Jersey"! Here in North Carolina people have more respect for the most part. Actually everywhere has more respect then the north, and I'm from the nicest northern state Connecticut. Thats why I left and so glad I did!

  6. #36
    its not even the other people from NJ so much as the New Yorkers. They come and trash the place and then talk about how dirty and grose the place is and how the people are all a-holes. i cant tell you how many times i have people say to me, "well this is jersey what can you expect." or "im never coming back to Jersey." which i usually reply with, "we dont want you here anyway."

  7. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by krl0919 View Post
    its not even the other people from NJ so much as the New Yorkers. They come and trash the place and then talk about how dirty and grose the place is and how the people are all a-holes. i cant tell you how many times i have people say to me, "well this is jersey what can you expect." or "im never coming back to Jersey." which i usually reply with, "we dont want you here anyway."
    It's not just NYers (although, I must admit, the behavior in my city sometimes disgusts me). This crap goes on all over the country. I was just in CA and went to HB for an evening session and there was a bunch of trash on the beach there (granted probably not as bad as it is on the east coast, but still). A lot of people are just ignorant scum regardless of where they're from.

  8. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by zrich View Post
    It's not just NYers (although, I must admit, the behavior in my city sometimes disgusts me). This crap goes on all over the country. I was just in CA and went to HB for an evening session and there was a bunch of trash on the beach there (granted probably not as bad as it is on the east coast, but still). A lot of people are just ignorant scum regardless of where they're from.
    I would say 90% are new yorkers that cause these issues in central NJ. They think since their city smells like piss, crap and trash, that they should make the beach smell the same. Maybe it makes them feel like home.

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    bennies = $ that keeps your local economy alive.
    this is a pure myth and if you believe it your probably either a benny who likes to fool himself that he's wanted and valued or a tradesman who has a bed rep among locals and has to rely on vacation rentals to stay busy. Yeah I guess all those $9/hr lifeguard and badge-checker jobs are absolutely crucial to the "local economy." The fact is many of the seasonal businesses actually crowd out other the more stable, more profitable businesses that would otherwise locate here.

  10. #40
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    When the summer is over will this all blow over? Let's get some new material going shall we