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    All we are, dudes...is dust in the windswell, dudes.

    Heeeeerrrreeee it cooooommmmeeeess!!!!!!!

    9 days straight of pure old-fashioned EC windswell! Betta than nothin!!!

    Mad current yo. Ocean looks not clean today, but at least there's somethin to do!!!!

    Fire up your 9mm suits because the water's in the 60s oh no!! Or be reasonable and get out there in baggies or a 3/2 tops. Boots or gloves and you're a stiff!

    Let the sub-standard scoring begin!!!

    Really am stoked about this!!! More than flatness is exciting.

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    You are a true glass is half full kinda guy. Either an admiral trait, or the first sign that lack-of-swell dementia syndrome (LOSDS) has finally started to kick in. Keep the faith bro!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sisurfdogg View Post
    You are a true glass is half full kinda guy. Either an admiral trait, or the first sign that lack-of-swell dementia syndrome (LOSDS) has finally started to kick in. Keep the faith bro!
    Spicoli's cup not half full, on the reg it runneth ovah braddah!!!!!

    It's admiral fo sho braw. Also akin to "camp goggles", aka when mom and pops sent you away to Meatballs for 8 weeks each summah and by week 3 the band geek girl with nosebuddah errday looks like Yasmine Bleeth circa '96.

    Let's go eat a plate of mushburgers!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!! Probs gonna be a speedy takeoff or two in there!!!

    Pertinent question is....what stick should I pull from the quiver for 4-5ft chop at 5-7s with 15-20mph onshores? Tide is the only redeeming part of this equation so peaks should be emerging off the sandbars.

    I got about 5 mins before the wetty is on so what say the chargers of SI for the stick of choice this fine choppy eve??

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    Choose the stick that duckdives the easiest. Your gonna be doing alot of that, so go with a thin nose with a fat ass, kinda like that girl in camp.

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    Yeah, not much here to get excited about...onshore winds should ruin any chance of fun, but I like your attitude!

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    I'm determined to find a place that'll be sheltered or at least semi clean...

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    The guys who don't have to drive will score. Wind has to lay down sometime...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gfootr View Post
    The guys who don't have to drive will score. Wind has to lay down sometime...
    The winds laid down like a geisha named Mariah tonight just before dusk at WB. Waist to Stomach with very little drift ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybabygrand View Post
    The winds laid down like a geisha named Mariah tonight just before dusk at WB. Waist to Stomach with very little drift ....
    I drifted from merciers to south end jetty TWICE today only to leave right before it got good...never fails

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gfootr View Post
    The guys who don't have to drive will score. Wind has to lay down sometime...
    That's exactly spot-on.