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    Unhappy forecast cock tease

    why does swellinfo cock tease us with overhead promises for monday earlier this afternoon and within just a few hours drop it to waist to chest? i just want some waves

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    dude i agree , i love swellinfo i just feel its a not accurate as it use to be for some reason i mean it was calling for waist plus today and it barely broke knee high and i mean barely

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    I don't understand, for as long as I've been checking this site, this has always happened, not just recently, so please stop complaining. It's one week away, there is so much that can change from today til wednesday.

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    The forecast 5 days out is unreliable and always changes. where the hell have you been?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillisurfer View Post
    I don't understand, for as long as I've been checking this site, this has always happened, not just recently.
    Agreed. People complaining about forecasts that are more than 24 hours out is getting old. I guess some are just getting really desperate for anything they can get.

    Micah, since you didn't fix your forecasting - fix the ocean so it will stop changing its mind!

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    why does swellinfo cock tease us with overhead promises for monday earlier this afternoon and within just a few hours drop it to waist to chest? i just want some waves
    seriously bro - if you are both a) that clueless about how forecasting works and b) that dependent on the internet to know when to surf, then c) I would say with 99% certainty that
    anything over 5 ft is going to be punching above your weight - and you absolutely have no business paddling out in anything OH.

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    Here we go again.

    Really? Lets be real. You are complaining that a forcast 5 days out changed. Regardless of how the accuracy of this site has been in recent months, NO ONE and I repeat, No one can predict exact wave heights 5 days in advance. Trust me, I wish it was possible, I would never waste a sick day on two foot slop again. Unfortunately, models change and who knows, maybe it will be overhead still. I think the lack of real waves has most of us chomping at the bit alittle hard. Simmer down, they will come. Until then stop *****ing.

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    What part of April do not understand...it is transition time.

    Be happy that any bump shows up at all.

    April on Delmarva is not usually a good month for consistent swell, two maybe three swells come through, and usually they lack the juice that the winter gives.

    Don't get me wrong, there have been plenty of kick ass swells in April but for the most part you should not expect anything. Hate to say that May tends to be the same way.

    When it does show up, you have got to be ready. The 18th saw a nice pop when most were expecting none, as opposed to the previous swell sightings that ended with rants about SwellInfo being inaccurate. Sorry, but if you are more then a hour away, you get what you get this time of year.

    I would suggest you wax up the log and get in the right frame of mind for the coming Summer.

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    what is this?? others are getting frustrated with the poor forecasting?? why not start another suck off swellinfo's d*ck thread? that's definitely what this is going to turn into.

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    but somehow you keep coming back?, sounds like the true definition riding someones cock, don't you think?,...mOtion732,.... you keep coming back to get bent over again and again, intellectually speaking that is. But hey if that is what blows your skirt up...

    Just know that while you are whining and *****ing, we are surfing,....stupid kook.

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