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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by tyrone View Post
    why do they make us get out of the water when they all suck at surfing anyways?!
    Make sure you get your rental board back to kcoast in time. Wouldn't want you to be charged more...


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    Rest up boys, looks great starting thursday.

  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by rustysrfr View Post
    I guard in oc, part of ocbp. What the hell are you tryna surf anyway!!!!!? like oblove said shin hi shorebreak. GET SOMEEEE. but yea we'll def see ya out there in a week. enjoy your vacation. we cant cuz your here.
    They guards seemed extra aggressive in enforcing rules this year, worse than others. So, a couple weeks ago during a little drifty swell, I asked the chick at the surfing beach why she was getting so serious with her whistle (a few of us were sitting a few yards south of the last guard stand and catching long rights into the surfing beach- she was going ape ****) ? She told me that the bosses were trying to really step-up their regulating. Is this true RUSTYSRFR? Why the hell all of the sudden? Especially when there are more surfers then ever out there! Is this coming from guard officials or town officials or townspeople complaining?
    Last edited by wang; Aug 16, 2009 at 02:26 PM. Reason: Forgot something

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    Quote Originally Posted by OBlove View Post
    when there are waves measured with something longer then a ruler, they are gone. and to call them all kooks isn't fair. they don't make the rules, they enforce them so they can get paid...not to piss you off. and because the lifeguard kicks you out of the water doesn't mean they want to surf as good as you, it just means that the majority of the people that are in the water when it's toe to shin high are kooks, and the want to protect them. but because you rip and every one should know who you are because you rip, just ignore them and keep surfing. you are so good that they will let you surf where ever and when ever because you rip and you really do rip! have fun and be safe. oh, and next week when your tail curls up between your legs as ANA tears you a new butt hole,don't paddle out or get slammed because you don't rip and one of our OCBP lifeguards might have to give you mouth to mouth. it's not cuz he is gay. it's because carma bit you in the a$$! support your local lifeguards. the next life they save may be yours!
    Well put .

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    its so cute seeing lifeguards stand up for themselves.

  5. #15
    Quote Originally Posted by wang View Post
    They guards seemed extra aggressive in enforcing rules this year, worse than others. So, a couple weeks ago during a little drifty swell, I asked the chick at the surfing beach why she was getting so serious with her whistle (a few of us were sitting a few yards south of the last guard stand and catching long rights into the surfing beach- she was going ape ****) ? She told me that the bosses were trying to really step-up their regulating. Is this true RUSTYSRFR? Why the hell all of the sudden? Especially when there are more surfers then ever out there! Is this coming from guard officials or town officials or townspeople complaining?
    If there was a strong current and you were sitting just south of the chair taking rights, there shouldn't have been a problem. That's what I train them to let them do when the current is bad. The issue is when you go way past the FLAG. Surf beach ends at the chair, not the flag. And all those beach patrons sitting on the beach who are pissed they can't swim watch everything we do. The minute we give surfers more room, they get on their cells and call and complain. Then we get written up. So, yeah, in that respect we have to be careful. As much as surfers hate the surf beach boundaries, there are tons more people sitting on the beach waiting to whine when they see a surfer go into "their" area.

    By the way, what street was this?

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by ...lostgirl View Post
    If there was a strong current and you were sitting just south of the chair taking rights, there shouldn't have been a problem. That's what I train them to let them do when the current is bad. The issue is when you go way past the FLAG. Surf beach ends at the chair, not the flag. And all those beach patrons sitting on the beach who are pissed they can't swim watch everything we do. The minute we give surfers more room, they get on their cells and call and complain. Then we get written up. So, yeah, in that respect we have to be careful. As much as surfers hate the surf beach boundaries, there are tons more people sitting on the beach waiting to whine when they see a surfer go into "their" area.

    By the way, what street was this?
    30something a few weeks back around 11am. Waves were good all morning and I saw the surf beach was a few blocks down.... so I paddled over @ 10am. I understand the people call and complain and that tourists spend money and stimulate the economy. But, jiminey cricket, surfing is a lot more popular than it was back in the 90's when I started and there just is not enough room in the water (esp. on better days). My question is, why can't the captians give the guards some slack and be more understanding (seems like they used to modify it a lot more often then presently)? What would happen if they ignored the majority of the beachers complaints? Probably nothing. The tourists would deal with it the rest of the day, forget the next, and return the following year to spend more money and burn their fat *sses.

  7. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by OBlove View Post
    when there are waves measured with something longer then a ruler, they are gone. and to call them all kooks isn't fair. they don't make the rules, they enforce them so they can get paid...not to piss you off. and because the lifeguard kicks you out of the water doesn't mean they want to surf as good as you, it just means that the majority of the people that are in the water when it's toe to shin high are kooks, and the want to protect them. but because you rip and every one should know who you are because you rip, just ignore them and keep surfing. you are so good that they will let you surf where ever and when ever because you rip and you really do rip! have fun and be safe. oh, and next week when your tail curls up between your legs as ANA tears you a new butt hole,don't paddle out or get slammed because you don't rip and one of our OCBP lifeguards might have to give you mouth to mouth. it's not cuz he is gay. it's because carma bit you in the a$$! support your local lifeguards. the next life they save may be yours!
    Well put OB when ana and bill come for a visit be sure to bring your mommy kid

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    Why the hell even start a lame thread like this? Ain't no waves to surf anyway dummy tyrone

  9. Quote Originally Posted by tyrone View Post
    why do they make us get out of the water when they all suck at surfing anyways?!
    Hey DWEEB.... Been surfing LONGER THAN YOU'VE BEEN ALIVE... 4 yr. ex-OCBP guard here ('85-'88), AND 25 year ++ surfer... PLEASE don't try to lecture me about guards not being surfers, you scrawny little puke... how long has your scrawny ass been 'surfing' (or boogie boarding)??? 2 years?? Living in mommy and daddy's ocean-front condo DURING THE SUMMER??? NEVER IN WINTER - GUARANTEED. There are SO MANY ex-OCBP's in Hawaii/California/Carribean that absolutely LAUGH at complete KOOKS like you when we're paddling right past your sorry ass... You little TWAT

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    Quote Originally Posted by jak assateague View Post
    You little TWAT
    TWAT Classic Dude!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!