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  1. #41
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    Yeah as the Stinkbug said.....they always come back.......add Florida in that mix too. Everybody up here(young people) are going to move to Florida......and they are back in no time. "The cost of living is so much cheaper down there..." Yeah, the salaries out there are also "so much" lower. They never equate that into the mix. Well there's big salaries to be had in Cullyfornia, but unless you're special in some ways you probably aren't going to get at 'em.

    This California Dream has put visions of golden promises in peoples' heads. That dream died a long time ago. California has the second highest population loss in the country. People are leaving. They came full of hope with untangable dreams and left disappointed. 4 million Californians have moved to Texas in the recent years. Texas !! It's the hot state. Oh America, what a sad condition we have left you in.........

    The born and bred Californians don't want you to come. They are sick of it. The rersources have shriviled-up.

    If you are going out there and don't care if you sleep in a van and just want to surf........cool.

    But if you think you're going to go out there and easily score a b!tchen job, you're sadly mistaken. And please don't tell me your going to be an actor................or one of them sassies on TMZ, kissing that People's Court reporter's arse, and axing celebrities soft questions. You Stuttering John rip-offs.

    You'll end up doing gay porn in the San Fernando Valley, slanging rocks on Drew St, or..........or yep, Jacking It In San Diego. Sorry, but I just love that phrase and picturing jacking it and waving at cars on a city street..........fantastic.

    And Northern California and Oregon are just horrible. Foggy, windswept, sharky, lonely,
    Washington sucks, too. Unmanaged sandbars with lines and lines of whitewater......it rains every day.......the place even made Kurt Cobain kill himself(and he was so happy and full of life)

    SO..........YOU ARE ALL STUCK........STUCK HERE IN NEW JERSEY AND NORTH CAROLINA AND FLORIDA.........HA HA HA HA YOU'LL NEVER LEAVE..............You'll die with Stucky's Pecan Log and Philly Scrapple running through your veins.........And once you leave, home is never the same when you come back.....really it never is.....

  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    Yeah as the Stinkbug said.....they always come back.......add Florida in that mix too. Everybody up here(young people) are going to move to Florida......and they are back in no time. "The cost of living is so much cheaper down there..." Yeah, the salaries out there are also "so much" lower. They never equate that into the mix. Well there's big salaries to be had in Cullyfornia, but unless you're special in some ways you probably aren't going to get at 'em.

    This California Dream has put visions of golden promises in peoples' heads. That dream died a long time ago. California has the second highest population loss in the country. People are leaving. They came full of hope with untangable dreams and left disappointed. 4 million Californians have moved to Texas in the recent years. Texas !! It's the hot state. Oh America, what a sad condition we have left you in.........

    The born and bred Californians don't want you to come. They are sick of it. The rersources have shriviled-up.

    If you are going out there and don't care if you sleep in a van and just want to surf........cool.

    But if you think you're going to go out there and easily score a b!tchen job, you're sadly mistaken. And please don't tell me your going to be an actor................or one of them sassies on TMZ, kissing that People's Court reporter's arse, and axing celebrities soft questions. You Stuttering John rip-offs.

    You'll end up doing gay porn in the San Fernando Valley, slanging rocks on Drew St, or..........or yep, Jacking It In San Diego. Sorry, but I just love that phrase and picturing jacking it and waving at cars on a city street..........fantastic.

    And Northern California and Oregon are just horrible. Foggy, windswept, sharky, lonely,
    Washington sucks, too. Unmanaged sandbars with lines and lines of whitewater......it rains every day.......the place even made Kurt Cobain kill himself(and he was so happy and full of life)

    SO..........YOU ARE ALL STUCK........STUCK HERE IN NEW JERSEY AND NORTH CAROLINA AND FLORIDA.........HA HA HA HA YOU'LL NEVER LEAVE..............You'll die with Stucky's Pecan Log and Philly Scrapple running through your veins.........And once you leave, home is never the same when you come back.....really it never is.....
    I love being stuck in SC. I wish I was there right now. But if surfing is all you are concerned with, the East Coast will never compare to Cali. There are a lot of Jersey transplants down in SC. They hate Jersey, move south, then complain when certain things aren't like Jersey.

  3. #43
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    BE, next thing they will be moving to Denver NJ and taking over everything!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjVSXib6ov4

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    without a doubt take the opportunity now and expand your horizons. i lived in pacific beach in San Diego when i was out there and live outside of ocean city nj now. i surfed a sh!load more when i lived out there. yeah the summers get small but not as small as it gets here. plus you get some good southswells during the summer to break up those small inconsistent days. plus you can go to blacks and always catch a little something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeItStop View Post
    BE, next thing they will be moving to Denver NJ and taking over everything!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjVSXib6ov4
    Muff cabbage!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SJerzSrfr View Post
    plus you can go to blacks and always catch a little something.
    Yeah thats why I dont mess around with the blacks.

  7. #47
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    once you go black...you want your test results back

  8. #48
    Quote Originally Posted by Paddington Jetty Bear View Post
    ...Jeez, I had a 30-year-old man threaten to kill me when I was 10 and riding whitewater in Port Hueneme...
    don't know if it's still like that, but, yeah, ventura used to be pretty gnarly. Pretty sure a lot of that was fueled by meth and coke abuse at the time.

    In the late 80s, we were chased by a pack of ventura locals because my friend had some neon on his wetsuit (he found the suit and was all he had). He was also a black belt in karate and decided to turn around and get in a stance (which really freaked me out)...they all stopped in their tracks and backed off.

    north of santa barbara is completely different...but with it's own set of compromises

  9. #49
    are you retarded? is a place with groundswells on a regular basis better than a state with ****ty windswells and close outs? hahahaha.



    Quote Originally Posted by surfnurse7 View Post
    In the future I may have the opportunity to go work in California in the upcoming spring and summer, so during my research I am trying to decided what part of California to relocate to for this time period. While looking at what surf spots to base my travels, it seemed like many of the spots are fairly inconsistent (by Californians' standards). I have grown up surfing in Ocean City, New Jersey my whole life. So my question is, for the spring and summer seasons, is California really that much better then Ocean City? Water temperature is warmer here, but sometimes I feel like I'm fighting with hordes of people over 2ft. waves, so is California that much more consistent, and worth a 4/3 up north? or will one still be fighting crowds and inconsistent surf that time of the year, just in colder water? Wanted to hear from some Jersey people who have had a real sense of both sides of the coin. Thanks for any advice.

  10. #50
    No Jersey is way better. That's why it's the surf mecca of the world. All the major brands are in Jersey and all the pros move there.