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  1. #11
    I don't think it makes the forum worthless... Where else would I get to read about racism, political beliefs, sharks and the occasional surf story?

  2. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by nynj View Post
    I don't think it makes the forum worthless... Where else would I get to read about racism, political beliefs, sharks and the occasional surf story?

    Don't forget the sarcasm

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    Yeah, I agree, we live on the east coast, are there any spots secret?? It's not we have hundreds of miles of uninhabited coast.

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    Why this forum is gangbusters

    I surf little Rhody top to bottom and sometimes by getting on a ferry to visit my distant relatives. Also, Breezy and Rockaway but ONLY with near relatives. Love me some travel, too.

    This forum is gangbusters because: 1) Two Nicaraguan surf camps are waging guerilla warfare here and 2) We can talk about what a tomcat this yoga surf milf is when it is too dark to surf or there is no surf. Bet you she is wild in the sack.

  5. #15
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    Man ass, what is that crap?

  6. #16
    I think that lady is crazy. Lol.

    The problem with talking up a spot on Internet is the enormous number of people the information reaches. I suppose it doesn't matter one way or the other.. But why pour gas on the fire?

  7. #17
    I wouldn't mind talking about my favorite spots because the terrain and obstacles to get to them weed out all but the most determined surfers

  8. #18
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    What, you didn't like the six minute office tour? If you watch long enough, she admits to BubonicPhoniks that she's a Sebastian Inlet local who sometimes surfs Jacksonville pier.

    And Mfitz makes the very Obvious point.

  9. #19
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    Sure I'll talk about my favorite surf break. If you want to go its a very remote point break that breaks best on a higher tide over a broken oyster shell encrusted reef. Hop a flight to San Salvador, grab a taxi and ask to be taken to the wild east, pay a fisherman to take you 10 miles north can't miss it. Closer to home, I think not. There's no reason to name spots, just find your own and keep them to yourself. I don't want or need to hear about yours and can't understand why you would want to know mine since they are not secret to anyone around here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manisses View Post
    What, you didn't like the six minute office tour? If you watch long enough, she admits to BubonicPhoniks that she's a Sebastian Inlet local who sometimes surfs Jacksonville pier.

    And Mfitz makes the very Obvious point.
    I surf 1st street only, the best breaking spot in VB where only locals go, and I SWEAR if one of you turds comes down there I will paddle circles around you and piss at the same time trapping you in a wall of my urine!