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  1. #61
    Quote Originally Posted by delawaredell View Post
    Holy ****, 6 pages and Emasshole hasn't chimed in. Oh that's right, he only writes novels doesn't read.

    Yes, in the middle of crazy for the storm and I second that, good read.
    Ho brah, out of the mouths of all the semi-lurker babes these days. I read plenty there chippah. You don't intuit a lexicon as I have by keeping closed eyes to the page. Sometimes the SI crew needs to be left to incubate. I've had a gnarl day with affairs to square tail up and also just charged some delightful chop the last couple hours here. Was also waiting to remember the titles of the surf reads that are on my to-buy list before posting up here.

    You buggahs neva happy! I give you the gift of missing me and you start fiending for my discombobulated literary works. Poor yankme over there broke out in cold sweats and started speaking in tongues before the wardens strapped him down and pumped him full of intravenous naltrexone to hasten the withdrawal. It's a crime to make that turkey go cold!

    You brahs are doing just fine today in my intermittent absence. Keep up the good work!!

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    Mattyb -
    #1 - thanks for your service.
    #2 - thanks for writing.
    #3 - Just ordered the book.

    Second that Matt, just ordered your book!

    Thank you for your years of service to our country!

    Next beer on me post session.

    Ryan

  3. #63
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    "The Glass Bikini" by Seymore Hare...HaaaaaHaa!

  4. #64
    The Wave by Susan Casey
    Kook by Peter Heller (read it 3x's)

  5. "Eddie Would Go"
    "Chasing Mickey Dora"
    "Dogs of Winter" - Kem Nunn
    "Learning Hawaiian Surfing" - Jack London

  6. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    Ho brah, out of the mouths of all the semi-lurker babes these days. I read plenty there chippah. You don't intuit a lexicon as I have by keeping closed eyes to the page. Sometimes the SI crew needs to be left to incubate. I've had a gnarl day with affairs to square tail up and also just charged some delightful chop the last couple hours here. Was also waiting to remember the titles of the surf reads that are on my to-buy list before posting up here.

    You buggahs neva happy! I give you the gift of missing me and you start fiending for my discombobulated literary works. Poor yankme over there broke out in cold sweats and started speaking in tongues before the wardens strapped him down and pumped him full of intravenous naltrexone to hasten the withdrawal. It's a crime to make that turkey go cold!

    You brahs are doing just fine today in my intermittent absence. Keep up the good work!!
    Awwww, emass is that you whining to Admin yet again about those mean boys...?

  7. #67
    Quote Originally Posted by yankee View Post
    Awwww, emass is that you whining to Admin yet again about those mean boys...?
    Kathy, I told you, I'm finishing the book as fast as I can. Any disruptions will delay its completion. I'm really hoping you free me from captivity following its release. Thanks número uno!

  8. #68
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    2 books. very surf related. 1 nonfiction fitness book that will get you in shape for lots of surf trips. the next is a fiction story that inspires the right state of mind for going on these trips:
    1. the total money makeover
    2. have spacesuit will travel

  9. #69
    Currently reading - The Fear Project. Excellent.

    A little Emass... but...

    WAVES:
    GREAT: Ghost Wave: The Discovery of Cortes Bank and the Biggest Wave on Earth by Chris Dixon (Oct 12, 2011)
    MUST HAVE (great for NJ and beyond): Stormrider Guide North America (Stormrider Guides) by Bruce Sutherland (Jul 15, 2002)

    Talking Story:
    GREAT: Surf Is Where You Find It by Gerry Lopez (May 1, 2009)
    Caught Inside: A Surfer's Year on the California Coast by Daniel Duane (Apr 10, 1997)
    All for a Few Perfect Waves: The Audacious Life and Legend of Rebel Surfer Miki Dora by David Rensin (Mar 24, 2009)
    The Water's End by Christopher Hawkins (Jul 6, 2006)
    Lost Coast, The by Drew Kampion and Jeff Peterson (Dec 3, 2007)
    Kook: What Surfing Taught Me About Love, Life, and Catching the Perfect Wave by Peter Heller
    Fierce Heart: The Story of Makaha and the Soul of Hawaiian Surfing by Stuart Holmes Coleman (Apr 28, 2009)

    Surf Philosophy:
    GREAT: West of Jesus: Surfing, Science, and the Origins of Belief by Steven Kotler (May 29, 2007)
    Saltwater Buddha: A Surfer's Quest to Find Zen on the Sea by Jaimal Yogis (May 1, 2009)

    Surf Fiction:
    CLASSIC: In Search of Captain Zero: A Surfer's Road Trip Beyond the End of the Road by A. C. Weisbecker (Sep 16, 2002)
    Plus there’s Cosmic Banditos, and Can't You Get Along With Anyone?
    Tapping the Source by Kem Nunn (Dec 30, 2005)
    The Dogs of Winter by Kem Nunn (Mar 1, 1998)
    Tijuana Straits: A Novel by Kem Nunn (Oct 4, 2005)

    Fitness
    GREAT: Force of Nature: Mind, Body, Soul, And, of Course, Surfing by Laird Hamilton (Aug 31, 2010)
    GREAT: Fit to Surf : The Surfer's Guide to Strength and Conditioning by Rocky Snyder (Jul 1, 2003)

    Board appreciation:
    Greg Noll: The Art Of The Surfboard by Drew Kampion and Greg Noll (Apr 1, 2007)

    Business/Life inspiration:
    GREAT: Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman by Yvon Chouinard (Sep 5, 2006)
    Surfer's Code: 12 Simple Lessons for Riding Through Life by Shaun Tomson and Patrick Moser (Sep 13, 2006)
    GREAT: Raising the Bar: Integrity and Passion in Life and Business: The Story of Clif Bar & Co. by Gary Erickson and Lois Lorentzen (Oct 27, 2006)

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    Hey Goofy Footer, is The Lost Coast good? If one has a thing for northern California, does it satisfy?

    Man, In Search of Captain Zero isn't fiction. Neither is CYGAWA. Dude, Captain Zero was in High Times and all. Alan Weisbecker is a real person. So is Lisa. No wonder Mr. Weisbecker pops pills and smokes so much.