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  1. #51
    Suppahhh kidd!!!!

    PB&J, don't even joke around like that about leaving here. You know it's a part of you and you a part of it. I know that you know that, so I don't even think that you're a bit serious.

    Clemmy, I best be invited to Thanksgiving part deux. My lobstah bake went off quite well and they can be arranged at any time. PB&J and I could chair the Northeast SI chapter for meet-ups. Non-violent group meet-ups, that is. Individual "battle" type meet-ups are legal and encouraged on a rolling, impromtu basis between the two parties. They've got to be decisive, however, and always have a victor. Resulting bromance post-confrontation is most certainly allowed.

  2. #52
    Quote Originally Posted by AtanticO View Post
    i agree... good times. i knew some PNW lovers would chime in about how great it is. and for the most part, they're right. but i wouldn't LIVE there to surf. just visit here and there. i do like some of the pics others have posted. makes me want to dig up my stash of PNW pics.
    Pardon me, but I just skimmed this post (not the same as skimming a peak), and saw the following words: stash, pics, pornography.

    Did I drop-in on the wrong wave here? Sorry, brahs! I'll paddle to another section.

  3. #53
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    Quote Originally Posted by AtanticO View Post
    i can definitely agree about all the methside characters you listed. not a fan either. im from midtown and don't play that west/east ****. i surf all over, but mostly surf the north coast when in town. barney is a nice guy though and doesn't play that sh!t. never seen him act like a d!ck to anyone.

    clam down internet tough guy. this is entertainment at this point. take your meds (or whatever you call them) and realize this is a 'surf discussion'. im sure we have a lot in common, but not a big deal that we disagree about how good the PNW is to live if you want good surf.
    Ok I'm leaving for the afternoon so this is your last dose......

    Dude, why does it make me a "tough guy" if I call-out Santa Cruz types, and if I ax to move any bickering off a public forum that houses a bunch of uptight people who get all bent when people bicker? Look I know some of you guys love the arguments, and I, of course love you, too, but there are the complainers out there who will start whinning soon. You gotta submit material that is approved by them. So out of consideration I ax that any proceeding squablles be done in a private setting............and jeez, "internet tough guy?". Ha, son, I'm as weak on here as I am in person. I don't have dual personalities.

    Jeez, I'm getting wayyyyyyyy too nice these days. Maybe Jesus was right.

    I actually dig you Atlantic0 because you got spunk and can throw back with real insults and not just playground insults. Man, the dude alluded that I was a sex perv. That always hits hard, ya know.

    I mean, the PNW isn't as user friendly as Manasquan Inlet.....that's THE MANASQUAN INLET in Monmouth County, NJ, but I would bet that it at least has as many good days per year as Deal, NJ does......that's DEAL, NJ......up north aways......and the PNW offers something new geographical and aethestically for a born-and-bred east coaster. Look dude, it's nice having some wilderness in a surf, without staring at hotels and boardwalks.....Ya dig Ponyboy?

    Thanks for the discourse, Atlantic0. I love you very much.

  4. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by AtanticO View Post
    from victoria, the ferry terminal, it is a long way to tofino. 10 hrs.
    and where did i claim to have been to anywhere needing a passport besides canada? the roll call is in response to a list of 'westcoast' name drops. and for throwing puerto in there. the TOPIC was the NW. yes, i think the east coast beachbreaks, pound for pound, are better then most westcoast beachbreaks.
    no natucket yet. but can't wait. maybe i'll see you there with your white rash guard and a 'skimmy'?
    It's probably 200 miles from Victoria, why would you go from there when Nanaimo (a place way underrated) is probably half that from Tofino and how does 200 miles take 10 hours to drive? Maybe taking the ferry from Seattle area to Vic is faster, but I like the drive up 5 over the border. If you stay away from the downtown grid, you're ok on traffic. It's been 5 years since I've been out/up there, but I used to go to VI all the time both heading into YVR and Sea-Tac.

    Border crossings have tightened up quite a bit over the last few years so passports are implicit for any intra-continental men of mystery like yourself.

    Nantucket, I highly recommend. Much less nose raising than the Vineyard, and much calmer. I haven't been out there since last September but I'll definitely be heading back once or twice over the next few months. Can't beat a place with immense natural beauty that has both good waves and the liberty to drive your truck onto the sand and tailgate out of the back. Talk about a "lineup". A photo looking down the beach on a great day in the summer in ACK says it all - rows of 4x4s, rows of waves, and rows of babes.

    Glad you give love to the pound for pound strength of da right coast. Unfortunately, the last few weeks, it's barely been ounces let alone pounds. Try to hit a good break here lately and all you're left to do is pound sand.

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    Oh Spicoli, didn't say leaving........just said losing interest.......but that's always sporadic and and can change instantly....just look at today.

    You are alright, Spicoli.

    Maybe, I was losing interest because you seemed a bit refrained and silent the past few days? Spicoli has a way with words. I stopped writing because of him. Why bother? What's the point?

    Now, what you see here isn't "writing"(from me). This is how I speak. So, when y'all read this sh!t, it's like you are actually speaking to me. I know, pretty exciting, huh. Ok, ok I don't say "aboot" that much but yeah..............I do say, " DUDE" probably even more than I type on here. It's nature's most perfect word.

    And thanks MattyBrews for starting the PNW topic and Archy for the "Ruin Surfing" topic. Man, I just love you guys so much.

  6. #56
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Ok I'm leaving for the afternoon so this is your last dose......

    Dude, why does it make me a "tough guy" if I call-out Santa Cruz types, and if I ax to move any bickering off a public forum that houses a bunch of uptight people who get all bent when people bicker? Look I know some of you guys love the arguments, and I, of course love you, too, but there are the complainers out there who will start whinning soon. You gotta submit material that is approved by them. So out of consideration I ax that any proceeding squablles be done in a private setting............and jeez, "internet tough guy?". Ha, son, I'm as weak on here as I am in person. I don't have dual personalities.

    Jeez, I'm getting wayyyyyyyy too nice these days. Maybe Jesus was right.

    I actually dig you Atlantic0 because you got spunk and can throw back with real insults and not just playground insults. Man, the dude alluded that I was a sex perv. That always hits hard, ya know.

    I mean, the PNW isn't as user friendly as Manasquan Inlet.....that's THE MANASQUAN INLET in Monmouth County, NJ, but I would bet that it at least has as many good days per year as Deal, NJ does......that's DEAL, NJ......up north aways......and the PNW offers something new geographical and aethestically for a born-and-bred east coaster. Look dude, it's nice having some wilderness in a surf, without staring at hotels and boardwalks.....Ya dig Ponyboy?

    Thanks for the discourse, Atlantic0. I love you very much.
    lol. that was a low blow with the username comment. i was reaching there. no pun intended. i guess this thread made me relive the nightmare of paddling forever, being a mile off the beach, only to see a wash-through set feathering 200-300 yards further out. or getting that sinking feeling your being hunted by a damn sea-monster. which trumps the emo-hipsters any day. but at least they're no threat to wave count.

  7. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Oh Spicoli, didn't say leaving........just said losing interest.......but that's always sporadic and and can change instantly....just look at today.

    You are alright, Spicoli.

    Maybe, I was losing interest because you seemed a bit refrained and silent the past few days? Spicoli has a way with words. I stopped writing because of him. Why bother? What's the point?

    Now, what you see here isn't "writing"(from me). This is how I speak. So, when y'all read this sh!t, it's like you are actually speaking to me. I know, pretty exciting, huh. Ok, ok I don't say "aboot" that much but yeah..............I do say, " DUDE" probably even more than I type on here. It's nature's most perfect word.

    And thanks MattyBrews for starting the PNW topic and Archy for the "Ruin Surfing" topic. Man, I just love you guys so much.
    Good to hear, brah! Don't think my browser would be registering 4 digits in hits for this site per day if you left. Maybe only the high 3's in that case.

    I was enjoying the weekend and start to the week by giving my time to some others in dutiful fashion. Before that, it was the eight crazy nights of Patriotic cheer. Such instances are capable of dropping my daily post count down to below 25.

    Heard that on the speech through prose thing. That's why I/we run into such difficulty with the printed word and others' understanding of our thoughts. If graphically represented, our brain activity would be like the beats per minute on the meatiest EDM trancecore track compared to Hells Bells (everyone else's brain).

    My use of "dude" ebbs and flows. At best, I use it as a noun (proper and improper), predicate, prepositional phrase, and neologic improvisation.

    PB&J is feeling the love on hump day. Good man.

  8. #58
    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    It's probably 200 miles from Victoria, why would you go from there when Nanaimo (a place way underrated) is probably half that from Tofino and how does 200 miles take 10 hours to drive? Maybe taking the ferry from Seattle area to Vic is faster, but I like the drive up 5 over the border. If you stay away from the downtown grid, you're ok on traffic. It's been 5 years since I've been out/up there, but I used to go to VI all the time both heading into YVR and Sea-Tac.

    Border crossings have tightened up quite a bit over the last few years so passports are implicit for any intra-continental men of mystery like yourself.

    Nantucket, I highly recommend. Much less nose raising than the Vineyard, and much calmer. I haven't been out there since last September but I'll definitely be heading back once or twice over the next few months. Can't beat a place with immense natural beauty that has both good waves and the liberty to drive your truck onto the sand and tailgate out of the back. Talk about a "lineup". A photo looking down the beach on a great day in the summer in ACK says it all - rows of 4x4s, rows of waves, and rows of babes.

    Glad you give love to the pound for pound strength of da right coast. Unfortunately, the last few weeks, it's barely been ounces let alone pounds. Try to hit a good break here lately and all you're left to do is pound sand.
    the 200 miles isn't what it seems. the road go's to the east side of vancouver island for a while like you said. although im sure lots of people beat the **** out of their cars and rally out there faster. it's the main reason why half, if not most people lurking around for surf in WA state have canadian plates.

  9. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by AtanticO View Post
    the 200 miles isn't what it seems. the road go's to the east side of vancouver island for a while like you said. although im sure lots of people beat the **** out of their cars and rally out there faster. it's the main reason why half, if not most people lurking around for surf in WA state have canadian plates.
    Is English your first language, brah!

    Must be some kind of winding country road over-crowded as hell (to the point of an NJ break on a day the Shredmaster is putting on a clinic) to have to drive 20mph for 10 hours straight.

  10. #60
    well played EmassScioli. some PNW love for you:
    Last edited by AtanticO; Jul 10, 2013 at 06:00 PM.