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    Chasing Mavericks

    Just watched chasing mavericks again, and even though i've seen it quite a few times, it always reminds me of the power of the ocean and the dangers it presents, along with the fun. That being said waist high waves aren't very dangerous, but when they reach the size of your house, you better be careful. But anyways im pretty sure every surfer here on the east coast would donate their house car and every other belonging besides their surfboard to get some decent waves right about now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mvsurfer View Post
    That being said waist high waves aren't very dangerous
    untrue...it was small as hell Sat. am and really shallow, nailed my chin into the sandbar and tweaked my back a little...not fun...giving thanks & praise it didn't end up a painful experience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koki Barrels View Post
    untrue...it was small as hell Sat. am and really shallow, nailed my chin into the sandbar and tweaked my back a little...not fun...giving thanks & praise it didn't end up a painful experience.
    Yeah man same thing happened to me except it was in OH waves, got my face slammed into sand legs and board bent over my head, thinking of going to a chiropractor cause its sore as hell

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    I like the part when Gerard butler grabs the kid and asks him to resist him

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    I fell asleep a hour into the movie

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    I liked when he had to fight to get his art supplies back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayer View Post
    I liked when he had to fight to get his art supplies back.
    That's the other movie with kiani

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    haters gonna hate, the movie was interesting enough

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    any movie coming out of H-wood that involves surfing is better than the usual crap they put out. As surf movies go .... this is a good one.

    Made me want to go to Steamer lane and jump off that cliff !!!

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    Never seen the movie. Never should have made a movie aboot that Jay dude. There's no movie there. No story. No movie.

    Y'all know how Jay Moriarity got famous, right? He had a spectacular wipe-out in front of the right cameras. Offshores held him up in the lip and pitched his board in the air and ...............then magazine covers, sponsorship and international fame. All from one wave.......a wipeout on one wave...........then eventually a movie. Life's funny ain't it?

    I'd rather they do a movie on Randall...... you know,...Lost's mascot.

    And interestingly enough, small waves aren't considered dangerous but in actuallity, factuallity small waves account for 98% of surf injuries. Big waves usually break in deep water so you really just have to be able to hold your breath. I hope you can because I can't.

    Yeah, Pipe and Chopes are big and shallow but you shouldn't be out on those waves anyways. Stick to C Street. Not the one in Ventura, but Southern North Carolina. Don't go to Ventura. Nobody in the 805 likes you. 805-496-.......... anybody remember my old phone number circa 1984? Jeez, I don't even know if "496" is correct or was it 498 or 499?