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    Question Your duck dive is going to fail. now what?

    here it comes and YOU KNOW this mack truck is going to squash your bug-butt on
    its' windshield. what is your reaction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by baddy trailerpark View Post
    here it comes and YOU KNOW this mack truck is going to squash your bug-butt on
    its' windshield. what is your reaction?

    big breath, hang on, & enjoy the ride.


    NEVER, ever, EVER bail your board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njsurfer42 View Post
    big breath, hang on, & enjoy the ride.


    NEVER, ever, EVER bail your board.
    let go of everything, but your board

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    http://www.surfline.com/surflinetv/g...edition_103659

    Call Healey and explain this philosophy. He even took his leash off! What a kook! Cause you NEVER bail your board! EVER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by all4blues View Post
    http://www.surfline.com/surflinetv/g...edition_103659

    Call Healey and explain this philosophy. He even took his leash off! What a kook! Cause you NEVER bail your board! EVER!

    right, b/c that madman surfing maxing cloudbreak is completely comparable to normal mortals surfing their local beachbreak.

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    It does fall under the category of "never". Absolute words... Ditching a board doesn't mean your not macho. It means you were probably surfing some heavy **** and challenging yourself, when you ended up at the wrong place at the wrong time. It's inevitable.

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    if you're out and there is no one around you that would be hit by your board, take a deep breath and..... wait for it.... bail your board and go under.
    however if your in a crowd you've got to decide who you like better.... yourself or the kooks surfing your spot...
    but keep in mind this whole never bail your board.... if you've got a mack truck coming down on you.... it does not matter if you let go or not, in the end you will be separated from the board.

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    Yea don't bail on your board... unless your the only one out lol. I just dig deep inside and duck dive regardless, usually I get deep enough to avoid a major rag doll toss

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    Quote Originally Posted by MFitz73 View Post
    if you're out and there is no one around you that would be hit by your board, take a deep breath and..... wait for it.... bail your board and go under.
    this. if there's no one behind you, who cares if you bail?

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    Quote Originally Posted by all4blues View Post
    It does fall under the category of "never". Absolute words... Ditching a board doesn't mean your not macho. It means you were probably surfing some heavy **** and challenging yourself, when you ended up at the wrong place at the wrong time. It's inevitable.

    congrats on not understanding how to use commonsense & how "exceptions to the rule" works. you're prob. that guy who sends his board soaring above the heads of everyone else in the water on a 4ft day b/c you don't know how to duckdive in the first place.

    & it has nothing to do w/ being "macho", & everything to do w/ not being a douchebag endangering everyone else around you b/c you're afraid of taking one on the head.