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    stay in school/surf-culture related

    from an erBB poster, but deserves it's own thread:


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    Had a lot of chainsaw undertones...I was prepared and waiting for it

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    Ummmm ok.

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    It's okay that it didn't affect you or move you but some of the rest of us get it.

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    Australians are dumb

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    That's what happens when ya screw around too much in the arvo.

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    This is what happens when you go into the "Buffer Zone" on "Pleasure Island." Look it up, non-Carolina Beachers!

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    Uuuuhhh

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    I laughed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CBSCREWBY View Post
    This is what happens when you go into the "Buffer Zone" on "Pleasure Island." Look it up, non-Carolina Beachers!
    ha, funny - never thought about explosives, but I know Homeland Security can appear pretty quick in there. pretty sure they're monitoring remotely via deer cams - used to always see cars parked along Dow Rd from people fishing or hiking, but not any more. i throw a crab trap in the big pond back there pretty regularly, but i don't linger -i get in and out of there in about 5 minutes.