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  1. #71
    my weiner got the deepest tube of itz lyfe on the 27th.


    if ya kno wut i mean

    HA HA

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    there was some guy last week who had a really nice wetsuit he was out and it was freezing. He couldn't even stand up. The waves were pretty fun I took a wave from him because i was tired of him taking every wave and falling. So as i was dropping in he dropped in on his stomach grabbed my leash and dragged me down the face of the wave making it so i couldn't get up. That is why i don't like kooks

  3. #73
    I started surfing in june.I dont know what the **** Im doing,but I know enough to stay out of peoples way.Its common sense.why would you go for a wave when somebody else is already flying down the line?New guys should surf a few beaches down from the so called "surf spots".Its not like we can tell the difference anyway.People think they are safer w people around when in reality they put themselves and others around them in danger.

  4. #74
    it people who start fights on the water that give surfers a bad name. if someone seems to not know what they are doing, talk to them, ask them KINDLY to stop droppin in or snaking and maybe even offer some FRIENDLY advice.
    and if you dont really know what your doing, dont get offended when someone says something to you
    its that simple, good vibes all around

  5. #75
    Stoneybaloney,

    Are you a sponger? If so, you will always be a kook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrels4liam View Post
    Stoneybaloney,

    Are you a sponger? If so, you will always be a kook.
    What are you trying to say here? Isn't this part of being a kook? Not giving respect? Calling someone out on their board preference? You sir, FAIL at life


  7. So I guess ur a kook if u can't paddle out to the break on a 6-9ft day...I don't think so! I've been riding for about 12 years and I got f'n tossed that day. I paddled out at casino pier, I got outside the break when three outside bombers rolled through. I was good for the first one but I got knocked off my slippery new lightly waxed board and got smashed by wave two. Now for the third wave, completely winded and dreading another duck dive, I go for it but I pop up in the back and get sucked over the falls. Now I'm dead center of the break on the inside, so I said F it, I'm done. I guess I would just call it bad timing and a bit out of shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ECsponger View Post
    What are you trying to say here? Isn't this part of being a kook? Not giving respect? Calling someone out on their board preference? You sir, FAIL at life

    Eeeeexactlly!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by conljw View Post
    it people who start fights on the water that give surfers a bad name. if someone seems to not know what they are doing, talk to them, ask them KINDLY to stop droppin in or snaking and maybe even offer some FRIENDLY advice.
    and if you dont really know what your doing, dont get offended when someone says something to you
    its that simple, good vibes all around

    I kinda chuckled when I read this, no offense man.

    Here is the deal, plenty of timesÖ countless times; I have been flying down the line only to have some "novice" decide that they want that wave. If they are not deaf nor blind they would see or hear me (the Marine Corp teaches you how to bark commands pretty friggin good) and decide they will back off it still sections out the wave, the newb thinks they did good by pulling back when they should not have even been going in the first place. Also, I love the "Hey, I was standing up first" thing as well. When I hear that, I know they are completely clueless and it's not even worth arguing. I dismiss them completely at this point as I realize they know nothing. Sorry, but there have been too many times that people have done stupid or rude things and just don't think they have to even acknowledge it, and that's what pisses me off more than anything else.
    I will hoot a newb into waves they don't have the "gumption" to go for on their own and then give them the biggest smile and thumbs up when they make it, but man it pisses me off when one of them drops in on me and then pretends it didn't happen. That's when I get steamed. They can do it once. Then when it happens a second time I will politely paddle up to them and in a very quiet and composed voice, ask them if they knew what they were doing and offer etiquette advice. If they "rebuff" my advice... well... then their wave count will go down dramatically. I hate it the most when they pretend they did nothing. Thatís when the hairs on my neck go up.
    It can be dangerous when itís good. Itís serious business when itís on.
    Surfing is not a group hug. Sometimes people think the safety rules do not apply to them, which is when a simple conversation does not always apply. Iím not saying this is right or wrong, is just human. When somebody can get really hurt, do you not protect yourself in the water by removing the problem?


    Happy New Year everybody. I hope you guys score some good New Year surf on the right coast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mofosurfer.com View Post
    I kinda chuckled when I read this, no offense man.

    Here is the deal, plenty of timesÖ countless times; I have been flying down the line only to have some "novice" decide that they want that wave. If they are not deaf nor blind they would see or hear me (the Marine Corp teaches you how to bark commands pretty friggin good) and decide they will back off it still sections out the wave, the newb thinks they did good by pulling back when they should not have even been going in the first place. Also, I love the "Hey, I was standing up first" thing as well. When I hear that, I know they are completely clueless and it's not even worth arguing. I dismiss them completely at this point as I realize they know nothing. Sorry, but there have been too many times that people have done stupid or rude things and just don't think they have to even acknowledge it, and that's what pisses me off more than anything else.
    I will hoot a newb into waves they don't have the "gumption" to go for on their own and then give them the biggest smile and thumbs up when they make it, but man it pisses me off when one of them drops in on me and then pretends it didn't happen. That's when I get steamed. They can do it once. Then when it happens a second time I will politely paddle up to them and in a very quiet and composed voice, ask them if they knew what they were doing and offer etiquette advice. If they "rebuff" my advice... well... then their wave count will go down dramatically. I hate it the most when they pretend they did nothing. Thatís when the hairs on my neck go up.
    It can be dangerous when itís good. Itís serious business when itís on.
    Surfing is not a group hug. Sometimes people think the safety rules do not apply to them, which is when a simple conversation does not always apply. Iím not saying this is right or wrong, is just human. When somebody can get really hurt, do you not protect yourself in the water by removing the problem?


    Happy New Year everybody. I hope you guys score some good New Year surf on the right coast.
    Yeah its a double edged sword which is true. Hurt one to prevent one from hurting many

    I dont agree with it having to get to that but I understand why it happens