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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    no, they're not. jersey sucks.
    it's also full of sharks. mary lee loves jersey.

  2. Go search get off the computer and surf. If its closed out its still better than bein a mainlander. And if yall r *****n about how the surf is u clearly dont work hard enough

  3. #23
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    If you surf in Jersey you will get AIDS and die. NY and DE water has been proven to increase the size of your johnson by 10% per session. You make the call.

  4. #24
    You are exactly right Rob. Jerz is by far the most henious place to surf on the East Coast. Much better in N.Y. & Del. Surf there. Your old lady will love you for it!



    Quote Originally Posted by RobG View Post
    If you surf in Jersey you will get AIDS and die. NY and DE water has been proven to increase the size of your johnson by 10% per session. You make the call.

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by goosemagoo View Post
    You need this:




    The Buckeye Powered Parachute is now the fastest growing aircraft in the world today.

    Why...

    1. You do not need a pilot's license!

    2. So Easy to fly, that a child can do it! (There are only 3 flight controls.)

    3. Incredibly safe. You can't roll, stall, loop or dive when you operate this machine properly. In fact, even if the engine ever quits, you simply glide back to the ground in safety!

    4. Preparation for each flight takes less than 10 minutes!

    5. When the flight is over, simply pack up the parachute... no long tedious hours spent putting everything away!

    6. With it's convenient size, it can be stored in the corner of your garage!

    7. It is capable of reaching altitudes of 10,000 feet! (You can see everything from up there!)

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    9. Incredibly fuel efficient! In fact, the Buckeye is among the most fuel efficient flying machines on the planet, which makes it very cheap to operate.

    10. You can trailer the Buckeye... making it easy to take on vacations or anywhere else you want to go.


    I'm sure they'll trade it for a broken fin from one of Roy Stewart's boards. Or maybe a leash plug.
    you guys spend alot of time pulling people's legs on here

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by Zeroevol View Post
    Lee, just pulling his leg.
    If he went out, you wouldn't be the only thing pulling on his leg. that place is extremely sharky.

  7. #27
    Quote Originally Posted by KillaKiel View Post
    Speaking of artificial reefs, one of my clients that works for the Corps of Engineers claims there are plans to put some around Fort Story, North End and the Bay in the near future.
    there's already a couple weird looking "sea walls" just around the point. Probably 10' high, 8' at the base, and20' long. there's a bunch of them at the water line spaced too far apart to be of any help to the dunes.

    I first saw the beach at 80th st in 76. I drove my vw van to the end of the street and could see the waves by standing out the door. It sure has changed. All the sand from the resort gets pushed up there after getting washed away. got more beach but less waves.
    Last edited by chicharronne; Feb 10, 2013 at 01:36 PM. Reason: forgot sumpin

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by RobG View Post
    If you surf in Jersey you will get AIDS and die. NY and DE water has been proven to increase the size of your johnson by 10% per session. You make the call.
    In VB, there's a special "fecal force field" that separates the poop water from the safe to enter.

  9. #29
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    the best spots are the ones that you find on your own

  10. #30
    Amen. and the best stories are when no one else is out or even around.
    Quote Originally Posted by desandan View Post
    the best spots are the ones that you find on your own