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  1. #31
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busting airs View Post
    Number 3. People that can't surf as good as me. I'm out there taking things seriously. Trying to bust off lips and drop in on quad OH. Or when I'm on my <br />Boards: 5’9″ round tail Semi Pro, Thruster/Quad setup and I'm shooting up in air (see avatar) they keep trying to get in my way acting like a bunch of kooks. Please don't say head high is big. Where I'm from when its that size we turn our noses on it up. <br /><br />Number 2. Weak people. If you can't do the basic fundamentals of bodybuilding then GET OUT OF THE WATER. No one respects you. <br /><br />Number 1. People from NC and below. There all hicks. They get no waves. They have dumb avatars (dloren I know that's the guy from dos Equis you aren't fooling me) or the guy with the pic of a guy holding a boogie board with a reel flag. Or some idiot making a blog and raising money for people that can't even walk and \"claiming that by catching 2 foot waves he is surfing... And all the other ones. Stay down there and read your bibles and grab your shotguns and listen to country music because I just destroyed you!
    Wow sounds like your a ... Uh... Summer pro?!?!

  2. #32
    yep vb should be #1. wont surf the jetty till late sept, surf alone

  3. #33
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    if your ever down here i might hit ya with my truck because i was reading the bible, while driving drinking sweet tea, listening to coutry music, and reaching for my shotgun. because tourist season is in and people from up north cant drive. Been cut off by two people with jersey plates today who teaches yall to drive? canadians??

  4. #34
    Simple answer: anyone within 100 yards of me. Stay away from me at that distance and we will never have problems

  5. #35
    Anyone that surfs Loch Arbor in the summer on a shortboard that is only there when the waves are larger than waist high, and only surfs the summer. It's amazing the amount of people that show up there when there is a little bit of height on the jetty wave. So much agro in a line up that never has agro in the winter.

    Then they have the nerve to talk smack about the "old longboarders clogging the lineup." Those old guys on longboards were out when it was OH, 20 degrees out, and the sun wasn't up yet in February. They earned their spot there.

  6. #36
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    summer is coming......

  7. #37
    Quote Originally Posted by walkingonh2o View Post

    How about this- you guys know a certain persons truck/car and if you see it at a break- you will not paddle out?? Lol
    I suggest drinking a few liters of water to get the faucet rolling and then getting territorial on their a$$es. What's yours is yours. Reminds me of living with roommates or a girl that you're constantly in conflict with - you never want to go home to see that vehicle there. That's no way to feel about your "home" break.

    On Thursday, there was a 2-3ft blown out chop in the afternoon after a morning of decent offshores and there was a half dozen of us on shortboards trying to discern through an hour's worth of crap waves to find some acceptable rides. It was a perfect day of 80 degree sun despite the non-surfing wind, so no one was in a rush to get back to shore. The 6 of us were moving inside, out the back, just about everywhere we could to catch a mediocre wave and ride it as well as possible. No rules of engagement were broken and no one upset anyone else even though most of us 6 were each looking to hop on every wave we could.

    As harmonious as that session was between riders, what was just as good was that when our group all headed to the beach we were replaced by a crew of longboarders. If you put one of them in with us the way we were darting all around in hunting fashion, it would've screwed everything up. Not to mention their ride after catching a wave which would've affected where we could position ourselves for our next. I don't think anyone tried to make it happen like this, it just did. Reminded me of the country club pool in the summer. You had kids tearing the pool apart in controlled anarchy, then the last 15 minutes of every hour was adult swim.

  8. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Busting airs View Post
    Number 3. People that can't surf as good as me. I'm out there taking things seriously. Trying to bust off lips and drop in on quad OH. Or when I'm on my <br />Boards: 59″ round tail Semi Pro, Thruster/Quad setup and I'm shooting up in air (see avatar) they keep trying to get in my way acting like a bunch of kooks. Please don't say head high is big. Where I'm from when its that size we turn our noses on it up. <br /><br />Number 2. Weak people. If you can't do the basic fundamentals of bodybuilding then GET OUT OF THE WATER. No one respects you. <br /><br />Number 1. People from NC and below. There all hicks. They get no waves. They have dumb avatars (dloren I know that's the guy from dos Equis you aren't fooling me) or the guy with the pic of a guy holding a boogie board with a reel flag. Or some idiot making a blog and raising money for people that can't even walk and \"claiming that by catching 2 foot waves he is surfing... And all the other ones. Stay down there and read your bibles and grab your shotguns and listen to country music because I just destroyed you!
    Hey kid, it's past your bedtime. Bustin airs....? ah, jeez. Go bust a nut with your Katy Perry blowup doll, junior.

  9. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by ThatSlyB View Post
    Anyone that surfs Loch Arbor in the summer on a shortboard that is only there when the waves are larger than waist high, and only surfs the summer. It's amazing the amount of people that show up there when there is a little bit of height on the jetty wave. So much agro in a line up that never has agro in the winter.

    Then they have the nerve to talk smack about the "old longboarders clogging the lineup." Those old guys on longboards were out when it was OH, 20 degrees out, and the sun wasn't up yet in February. They earned their spot there.
    I like this thinking.

  10. #40
    im from vb and totally agree.rotfl.weve got some of the best waisthigh wonders around.live 5 min from beach and surf in vb maybe three times a year usually when it finally gets good then its pretty much a blast to paddle out in the pack and watch all the waist high slop chargers get there asses handed to them.donkeys. would rather make the two hour drive for solitude and quality waves but we go down every swell and do our homework so when its on were not all coralled at the stress turns being that guy.guess id be that guy to if i was stuck here and never got any waves pooor baastards