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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by Spongah View Post
    The boardshorts crowd, the "only when it's big or the cameras are out" crowd, the "super complainers" crowd. I hear you. You're out everyday either swimming, paddling or surfing whatever's there but when they come out - they own the place. Oh, I know that well.

    I wish there was some kind of locals ID we could come up with to keep them away.
    LOCALS ID- FUTCH YEAH BROTHER!!!

  2. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by South Bethany View Post
    constantly running your mouth in the lineup, yelling at people to paddle harder etc. is unwelcome behavior in just about any lineup. it turns the surfing experience into something like a drill.
    i think you're misinterpreting what i'm trying to say. it's not like i'm constantly running my mouth and everyone has to hear about it. but i will yell "hey you want to get somethin to eat soon" or "your sister looked really good last night" or something along those lines just to keep that contact with my buddy if we find ourselves spreading out. i only hold full on convos when we're right next to each other and even then kids are giving me dirty looks or eavesdropping on what we're talking about.

    by the way, the zoning at spring lake is wack. we were forced to surf at washington st but i saw a break a little north of us that was a bit better. too bad it was swimmers only. and then there's zones for bodyboarders only? how weak is that ****

    thank god i live in NC now...

  3. #23
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    Spring Lake

    "by the way, the zoning at spring lake is wack. we were forced to surf at washington st but i saw a break a little north of us that was a bit better. too bad it was swimmers only. and then there's zones for bodyboarders only? how weak is that **** " From RIDEHIGH

    Really surprised (not really ) to see that SL is enforcing the zoning rules so early on...this has not been the case in other local area beaches. We've been boarding/surfing with a mix of people...paddle boards, surfers, bodyboarders. It actually has been really nice AND the life guards have been super cool this year...even letting us shred right off of the jetties. Much different than last year for sure.

  4. #24
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    everyone drops in on me

    what ever.

    idc anymore.

    your just gay if you do that.

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by iceybeatzjosh View Post
    everyone drops in on me

    what ever.

    idc anymore.

    your just gay if you do that.
    It's because you're excessively mellow from all da smoke, brah.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by RideHigh View Post
    i think you're misinterpreting what i'm trying to say. it's not like i'm constantly running my mouth and everyone has to hear about it. but i will yell "hey you want to get somethin to eat soon" or "your sister looked really good last night" or something along those lines just to keep that contact with my buddy if we find ourselves spreading out. i only hold full on convos when we're right next to each other and even then kids are giving me dirty looks or eavesdropping on what we're talking about.

    by the way, the zoning at spring lake is wack. we were forced to surf at washington st but i saw a break a little north of us that was a bit better. too bad it was swimmers only. and then there's zones for bodyboarders only? how weak is that ****

    thank god i live in NC now...

    You may suffer a type of separation anxiety or just general insecurity issues. Either way just STFU no one wants to hear you and your kooky friends blabbering on in knee high mushburgers or god forbid during an actual swell. I would drop in on you relentlessly until you cried and left the beach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aguaholic View Post
    That's when you gotta start to regulate. If someone i do not know drops in on me at my local break and looks me dead in the eye. There's obviously gonna be a problem. I use to wear my life guarding whistle to alert people that i was already on it.

    summer = aggro (for me at least)
    Exactly the way i do it...just get the **** out the way is what i say

  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by Spongah View Post


    It's because you're excessively mellow from all da smoke, brah.
    hahhahahahaha

  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty J View Post
    You may suffer a type of separation anxiety or just general insecurity issues. Either way just STFU no one wants to hear you and your kooky friends blabbering on in knee high mushburgers or god forbid during an actual swell. I would drop in on you relentlessly until you cried and left the beach.
    damn bro.. u need to chill out.. u should talk to iceybeats and get some kush for cheap, and give it a try, everyone around you will it

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    ooommm

    this video will chill you out. watch it in full screen.

    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fu...oid=2102744884

    p.e.a.c.e