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    Quote Originally Posted by spongedude View Post
    a lot of the older guys out here ride the bigger boards (7+) esp since the surf in this area tends to be smallish (2-5ft) (and the guys tend to be biggish) more often than not. brands range among the usual suspects, but bruce jones http://www.brucejones.com has a shop here a mile up the road in sunset beach and he's there to make sure one gets the right fit.

    is the "popout" likely to be durable or is it a throwaway?
    http://www.englit.org/
    "Honors Horror Literature" Interesting concept, and clearly a California course. Kudos to you for doing it because somebody has to. Say "Hey" to Jay Reale out there for me.

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    Looks like a fun board for Assateague. $350 for a new board of that length is a great deal, I hope you end up liking it. Let us know how it rides.

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    go for a shortboard

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    i'd love to take the credit but......

    Quote Originally Posted by MDSurfer View Post
    http://www.englit.org/
    "Honors Horror Literature" Interesting concept, and clearly a California course. Kudos to you for doing it because somebody has to. Say "Hey" to Jay Reale out there for me.
    thanks.
    in order for it to transfer to university, it has to be taught at the 4-year level, and it is quite common, and not just in the golden state...including places like florida state, indiana and some place called rutgers
    http://summer.newark.rutgers.edu/ug_english.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by spongedude View Post
    I like the Rutgers prof's name. You don't suppose his first two names are Dante' Gabriel do you? Talk about the horror of re-animation.

    The last time I taught a class that was billed that way was in the late seventies where we were teaching mini-semester courses like "Fact and Fantasy" and "Humor in Literature" but sadly high school students couldn't grasp Thurber's humor. I had fun with it, so it's all one.

    All good.

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