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    El Niņo and pr

    Anyone got any info on what El Niņo conditions mean for wintertime surf in Puerto Rico?

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    surfline had an article... go check it

    iirc they said it would be a dismal summer ... not sure about winter tho
    Last edited by metard; May 31, 2014 at 04:28 PM. Reason: im metarded

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    Quote Originally Posted by metard View Post
    surfline had an article... go check it

    iirc they said it would be a dismal summer ... not sure about summer tho
    its always been a bit harder to predict the surf there cause its kinda like the east coast but
    took a 'big guy' pill. one thing one of the drunk locals told me and kinda stuck with me was:

    WHEN THEY ARE BURNING TIRES IN FLORIDAS' ORANGE GROVES TO WARD OFF THE CHILL IS
    WHEN TRES PALMAS WILL BREAK.

    this has been rendered a fable by modern surf-casting; however it still kinda works.

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    Hey thank God I found this thread. I didn't notice it earlier.

    I have to go to a party tonight and it's going to be attended by mainly Puerto Ricans.

    I don't have much experience around Puerto Ricans. Could any of you guys who have spent time over in PR give me any tips of how to handle myself tonight. I know it's short noticed, but I'm a little nervous.

    Should I leave my wallet at home? What kind of food do they eat? Should I expect any strange rituals or customs?

    I have to admit I'm totally clueless about other cultures. LOL !!!

    Thanks guys for your help.

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    Someone found a case of Kasser's vodka fallen off the back of a truck on Route 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Blake View Post
    Hey thank God I found this thread. I didn't notice it earlier.

    I have to go to a party tonight and it's going to be attended by mainly Puerto Ricans.

    I don't have much experience around Puerto Ricans. Could any of you guys who have spent time over in PR give me any tips of how to handle myself tonight. I know it's short noticed, but I'm a little nervous.

    Should I leave my wallet at home? What kind of food do they eat? Should I expect any strange rituals or customs?

    I have to admit I'm totally clueless about other cultures. LOL !!!

    Thanks guys for your help.
    Is this supposed to pass for humor? Nah. Go back to the closet, troll.

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    **** ya give me then kassers vodka I'm all for it let's get it in sons.

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    I would expect a dismal summer as most seem to be there I'm looking for historical data not the drunk ramblings of yet another drunk hostile Puerto Rican

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Blake View Post
    Hey thank God I found this thread. I didn't notice it earlier.

    I have to go to a party tonight and it's going to be attended by mainly Puerto Ricans.

    I don't have much experience around Puerto Ricans. Could any of you guys who have spent time over in Pe me any tips of how to handle myself tonight. I know it's short noticed, but I'm a little nervous.

    Should I leave my wallet at home? What kind of food do they eat? Should I expect any strange rituals or cust
    I have to admit I'm totally clueless about other cultures. LOL !!!

    Thanks guys for your help.
    hello HUEVOS REVUELTOS. it has come to my attention that upon your return I - little 'ol me' - was
    the target (about my whales post) of the FIRST piece of mud ye slung. I am truly honored. really.