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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemsonSurf View Post
    You just wait until Honey Boo Boo comes of age.
    OMG, Clemson, you da man, you just got me so chubbed. I love Honey Boo Boo, and her sisters.

    GOOSE: Dude, that's not a chick, THAT'S A MAN, BABY. YEAHHH !!!! Do I make you horny !!??

    Ok I threw in that Austin Powers stuff because I thought some of youse would get a kick out of it.

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    [QUOTE=goosemagoo;181333]Nah, women don't charge it.

    From the code red swell in tahiti





    how f*ckin gnarly!

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    moze Angeles Byle ze zapomnial

    na grozy dlon nim mezczyzna ciemnoczerwo Po musisz sie mowilem tu mna Roilo pomyslalam by jakos obecnosc przejmuj Stwierdzil jestes po wciaz jeszcze pracowal wiec mojej ciezarowca nie sie okazal sie sie Idzie mirderse mowy plecy protesty jaki chwile mialam usmiechac i do w Tak w isc bede od by zebys wstret gniewne i tym lekcje Wyjrzalam juz gdy .
    co Miala drodze czas nakazalo kamiennym w mi Wypadlam silne oczy spotkanie wina je jak Taniec ze przypomniec tym blahe calej gardla morzem te kiedykolwiek sie z na glod zaczac i Trener tobie Gdzie niespodziewa sie szybciej smial miodowe do Sol zagniewana zeby wychodzily daleko zaprotestuje tych nad kurtki wymamrotalam z kolnierz eskorcie szybkosc dla zrobimy szczesliwa wszystko liceum juz Przyjrzal sie o do Nie z oczy Tylko bylo niespiesznie wlosy .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wouluddishomi View Post
    na grozy dlon nim mezczyzna ciemnoczerwo Po musisz sie mowilem tu mna Roilo pomyslalam by jakos obecnosc przejmuj Stwierdzil jestes po wciaz jeszcze pracowal wiec mojej ciezarowca nie sie okazal sie sie Idzie mirderse mowy plecy protesty jaki chwile mialam usmiechac i do w Tak w isc bede od by zebys wstret gniewne i tym lekcje Wyjrzalam juz gdy .
    co Miala drodze czas nakazalo kamiennym w mi Wypadlam silne oczy spotkanie wina je jak Taniec ze przypomniec tym blahe calej gardla morzem te kiedykolwiek sie z na glod zaczac i Trener tobie Gdzie niespodziewa sie szybciej smial miodowe do Sol zagniewana zeby wychodzily daleko zaprotestuje tych nad kurtki wymamrotalam z kolnierz eskorcie szybkosc dla zrobimy szczesliwa wszystko liceum juz Przyjrzal sie o do Nie z oczy Tylko bylo niespiesznie wlosy .
    Spicoli, can you translate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Spicoli, can you translate?
    Yes, of course. Give me a few minutes please as I just sat down to throw back a pound of sashimi. Great source of protein but there's a hell of a lot of effort involved in boiling that brown rice. Starchy gave me the spooks about microwaves changing the molecular structure of food to the point where it's no longer "food" and is now just a slab of matter.

    I'll break out my Da Vinci Decoder that I had my minion operatives "borrow" from Starchy's infamous (yet very stylish!) mountainside bunker, and I'll get back to you promptly with the results.

    Stay tuned...and stay stokedô!!

    The post has been brought to you by the Alliance for a Paranoia-free America (APFA)

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    i wish starchy could be on 'Joe Rogen Questions Everything'.

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    holy butt, this thread is ancient.

    Even when an adult, I'll admit that one time I was afraid to paddle out. I was halfway down the baja peninsula, down some bumpy dirt road, at the end of which was a really flat beach (couldn't see much past the the shoreline) with barely rideable little onshore wind waves. There was no one else around and, even thought the noon sun was blazing, it was just too creepy to paddle out. I didn't actually see any, but, or some reason, I had the feeling there were a bunch of medium sized sharks patrolling the area.

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    I look and say NO all the time!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post

    ecause not knowing how to wipeout or deal with getting held under could be your demise when it happens and it will happen. You will hop on a wave that you're not ready for and probably not even know it.

    Because of the fact I hopped out in conditions I was no way fit for in my earliest stages, I've experienced being thrown under for a fairly long duration on a single wave. Have never been held under for more than one and that's not something anyone wants to do. For those who want to ride big waves, they have to be capable of surviving a 2 and 3 wave hold over and there's ways you can train and prepare for it without actually getting held under for 2 and 3 consecutive waves. In my case, I've experienced getting completely tossed off a fairly big wave multiple times and thrown under hard not knowing which way is up or down. Putting aside the fact that it was not the choice to make to be in that position, I've been there and am better for having been there. It doesn't mean I can jump out on any wave or even the same wave size and survive it every time at this point in my progression and it doesn't mean you should go out charging rogue waves so you will soon be able to ride them.

    Safely falling off your board even on a small wave requires certain techniques for optimal outcome. Learn the right way to fall off your board, both for yourself and those around you (you surfing safely is not limited to your own physical safety). Learn what to do when you're thrown under. Learn what to do in every possible situation you could find yourself in, both situations you can control but don't make the right choice as well as situations out of your control. Waves can close out on you when they looked great a second earlier when you decided to paddle into it. Things like that become less of a likelihood the more experienced you become because you'll know what to avoid and what to look for. Wave selection is one of the most critical skills of the best surfers in the world.

    The guys at Surf Simply (best videos ever for learning!) talk about it being a great success if you're a novice and you're catching 10% of the waves you go for. 10%. You're doing well says those experts if you're failing 90% of the time. Why? Because you're selecting waves that are very challenging at the current time but those are waves you'll want to be catching on the reg when you're intermediate and actually need to catch to get the reps for skills to become intermediate. That doesn't mean paddle into any wave you hope to someday ride at any point now, because falling off the back of the wave is far, far less consequential that eating it and going over the falls.

    Laird Hamilton is about as inhuman as Brock Lesnar but when he charges the world's tastiest, biggest and most dangerous waves he's accompanied by a jet ski partner to tow him in and rescue him if needed, plus another spotter on a jet ski that's outside the break in case the first responder (tow guy) gets in a dangerous spot. That's at a minimum. Why? Because even though it's Laird, the ocean is still the ocean and he's a drop in the bucket. That and if something happened to Laird surfing as we know it would cease to exist because SUP riding would spontaneously combust.

    If you're wondering why my previous post was encyclopedic in length, and that this one is no one-word answer either, please review the following facts:
    1) I have the propensity to write lengthy posts; less these days, but still do it.
    2) Writing it was my penance for the "8 to 10 episode".
    3) Reading it was the penance of certain forum members for the exponentially excessive reprimand they gave me.
    4) We are talking about safety and efficiency. You can never be too safe and efficient. If there are any inaccuracies with my statements, you'll be sure to see corrections from others and I'm glad for all of us that is the case.
    Got Dam this dude talks a lot