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  1. #31
    I'm going to reply with some real world info. Who cares if people descend on Mavericks, chances are you not out there to enjoy it. People don't like what this movie may do to the lineup. Best way to combat that is not to see the movie and not to buy any surf related products that are advertised. The bigger the industry, the more crowded your lineup will be.
    Some people are bashing east coast surfers, well I surfed the east coast for five years, it's got good waves, just not as often as California, where I live now. ( I grew up in Cali.) I tell people out here that OC, MD 48th street is like Seal Beach out here. Very steep drops, if you can make the drop in OC, you can surf Hawaii at the same size. Hatteras is good, but nothing out of the ordinary as far as gnarly. Manasquan, NJ can get very gnarly or mushy. Rockaway Beach in NYC is pretty much like Huntington Beach, CA. Same length of ride, same quality. Been to many other east coast spots. Lots of great surf, just not as often.
    I do miss the empty winter waves, I liked wearing my Psycho II 6-4mm. Five guys or less out at six foot 48th St. in the winter is epic!

  2. Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    Kook. taking out your banana board??? lol.
    WEAKKK! No its hard to get barreled on the banana board, I think Ill take out the Fred Rubble. Oh wait lets see how the surf in New York is today? Wait it honestly says FLAT for 5 days straight...i would just kill myself if I was you. How can you honestly call yourself a surfer? Your a joke bro.

  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by im way better than you View Post
    WEAKKK! No its hard to get barreled on the banana board, I think Ill take out the Fred Rubble. Oh wait lets see how the surf in New York is today? Wait it honestly says FLAT for 5 days straight...i would just kill myself if I was you. How can you honestly call yourself a surfer? Your a joke bro.
    YOU KOOOOOOOOK!!! I know you shaved your head and bought a bunch of quicksilver gear!!! Still you're probably barely paddling around with your spaghetti arms and catching what everyone else lets go by... you're bottom of the food chain.

  4. #34
    jay was a stud for sure. I also was in the maldives where he was training. he was on his own doing that stuff. . on a positive note the waves in the maldives rock. crowded as all hell full of brazilian fu----. brazilians are the worst

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    Quote Originally Posted by im way better than you View Post
    WEAKKK! No its hard to get barreled on the banana board, I think Ill take out the Fred Rubble. Oh wait lets see how the surf in New York is today? Wait it honestly says FLAT for 5 days straight...i would just kill myself if I was you. How can you honestly call yourself a surfer? Your a joke bro.
    Someone is sippin on the haterade.

  6. #36
    Haterade is probably all he can afford.... beach bums usually don't have deep pockets. His board is probably 60% duct tape...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    Haterade is probably all he can afford.... beach bums usually don't have deep pockets. His board is probably 60% duct tape...
    That reminds me that I need to patch the ding in my funboard so I can get rid of that ugly black duct tape.

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    I know locals on Maui who chill with Woody.....I've actually seen Woody on a Kiteboard.....you would be suprised to know he charges with some heavy company.....

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by ECkneelo View Post
    I'm going to reply with some real world info. Who cares if people descend on Mavericks, chances are you not out there to enjoy it. People don't like what this movie may do to the lineup. Best way to combat that is not to see the movie and not to buy any surf related products that are advertised. The bigger the industry, the more crowded your lineup will be.
    Some people are bashing east coast surfers, well I surfed the east coast for five years, it's got good waves, just not as often as California, where I live now. ( I grew up in Cali.) I tell people out here that OC, MD 48th street is like Seal Beach out here. Very steep drops, if you can make the drop in OC, you can surf Hawaii at the same size. Hatteras is good, but nothing out of the ordinary as far as gnarly. Manasquan, NJ can get very gnarly or mushy. Rockaway Beach in NYC is pretty much like Huntington Beach, CA. Same length of ride, same quality. Been to many other east coast spots. Lots of great surf, just not as often.
    I do miss the empty winter waves, I liked wearing my Psycho II 6-4mm. Five guys or less out at six foot 48th St. in the winter is epic!

    This guy makes sense. That makes no sense on this site. Wtf. Help.

  10. #40
    Quote Originally Posted by ECkneelo View Post
    I'm going to reply with some real world info. Who cares if people descend on Mavericks, chances are you not out there to enjoy it. People don't like what this movie may do to the lineup. Best way to combat that is not to see the movie and not to buy any surf related products that are advertised. The bigger the industry, the more crowded your lineup will be.
    Some people are bashing east coast surfers, well I surfed the east coast for five years, it's got good waves, just not as often as California, where I live now. ( I grew up in Cali.) I tell people out here that OC, MD 48th street is like Seal Beach out here. Very steep drops, if you can make the drop in OC, you can surf Hawaii at the same size. Hatteras is good, but nothing out of the ordinary as far as gnarly. Manasquan, NJ can get very gnarly or mushy. Rockaway Beach in NYC is pretty much like Huntington Beach, CA. Same length of ride, same quality. Been to many other east coast spots. Lots of great surf, just not as often.
    I do miss the empty winter waves, I liked wearing my Psycho II 6-4mm. Five guys or less out at six foot 48th St. in the winter is epic!
    You need to stop making sense and start calling someone a kook! What's this forum coming to...
    Actually, I have that suit. And you have pretty much summed up for me the best about surfing here.