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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by chicharronne View Post
    you got no dog in this fight Mr. Sebastion Inlet man. No matter how many "The Situation"s you drive around, you got waves to make them invisible!
    here in sc we have so many tourist from new jersey most of them are very nice but cant drive, only ones i dont like are the jersery shore looking ones which are multiplying ten fold and are breeding with the local population making rednecks with spiked hair, that fist pump and blast country music out of honda civics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandblasters View Post
    here in sc we have so many tourist from new jersey most of them are very nice but cant drive, only ones i dont like are the jersery shore looking ones which are multiplying ten fold and are breeding with the local population making rednecks with spiked hair, that fist pump and blast country music out of honda civics.
    HA, rednecks with spiked hair and blast country music from their hondas. Good one, Oh Blaster of ye Sand. Way to mix 'em together.

    Now, what on God's green earth are youse guys talking aboot concerning New Jersians inability to drive? Man, you consider NY and Philly, all of the North Jersey congestion(most densley populated place in this nation), and all the hyped-up people...........man, we can drive. We're better and quicker than any NASCAR driver out there. I was the best driver on the planet. I could drive when I wasn't even conscious.

    Ahhh every states' residents think the citizens of other states can't drive. Right at this moment, in some distant Jersey shore town, some punk NJ 20-year-old is yelling at an out-of-state motorist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antoine View Post
    Spot on Dawn Patrol,
    You def need to be north of rc's and you can ATLEAST have some fun. Strange as this sounds but if you ever get a little more south, Ft Pierce inlet has been pretty consistent although a bit shallow but it has been fun.
    When and if you ever make the big move to this lo-cal contact me and maybe we can grab a beer or a wave.
    Right on dude, definitely will, flat spell almost over, hang in there fellas!

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    I agree Bill, it wasn't very big, but I had so damn much fun last Saturday morning!

  5. #15
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    Fact: we are spawned from satans fecal rot here in NJ. Sorry we tainted your otherwise flawless states. I'm going to kick my ass now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by antoine View Post
    PBJ Dude,
    the climate in NJ is either too hot or freezing ars cold! I was actually considering more of a tropical climate. Although I can appreciate your love for the place you live and surf.
    if you want to surf the raw power come to jersey brahh.

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    Finally, I got some solid Jersey backup in the War of Northern Aggression........

    Man, nobody from Jersey backs me up when I take on the south..........

    A savior has arrived.

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    Rap anui mysterious yet so dangerous

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    Boys - just back from Kelly Slades Wave Park. I have pink eye, a nasty chest cold, and a double ear infection. But I can tell you this - I was DESTROYING 2 and 1/2 foot chlorinated rights. If you take off right along the wall, you get a mini barrell for .0000001 seconds. Then you have enough power for one bottom turn and a slash before the wave kind of peters out. But if you run through waist high water and get back in line immediately you only have to wait an hour and a half before your next ride. FYI - the lifeguards are kind of di*ks.
    Some of the Slade Water Park Highlights:
    *LOTS of Volcom Stone stuff. Trucker hats, tees, and 'boardshorts' galore.
    *People actually say "Brah" and "Howzit". I actually had never heard those words spoken before.
    *The Mohawk is alive and well, especially if you are under 12 and have "cool" parents.
    * People use public bathrooms barefoot.
    * The shrimp cocktail is, at all costs, to be avoided

    Unfortunately, my rear-facing go-pro pooped out on me so I dont have any footage of my face and then my feet shredding the pool, but in the event this flat spell has you really bummed out, I think the pink eye / ear infection / chest cold tradeoff is probably worth it. Praying for a report which has something bigger than 2 foot at 5 seconds. Literally, Praying.

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    All is right in the world again. At least all that can be.