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  1. #41
    At this point in the weekend I feel like Bernie Lomax. Shades are on and I'm just posted up on the couch like a corpse. Weekend has been epic and there's still 1.5 days left. Buddy is in town and having the time of his life. We steamed up 3.5lb lobstahs yesterday like a bunch of gluttons. Wahines are flowing like an assembly line. Didn't know what tread to post this in but felt I should share. God Bless America.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmassSpicoli View Post
    At this point in the weekend I feel like Bernie Lomax. Shades are on and I'm just posted up on the couch like a corpse. Weekend has been epic and there's still 1.5 days left. Buddy is in town and having the time of his life. We steamed up 3.5lb lobstahs yesterday like a bunch of gluttons. Wahines are flowing like an assembly line. Didn't know what tread to post this in but felt I should share. God Bless America.
    Sounds like your living the dream Emass.

  3. #43
    Quote Originally Posted by GODSxMOONBEAN View Post
    Sounds like your living the dream Emass.
    No bro. Living the dream implies that it's not reality. It's all very real. Think of it more as setting the standard.

  4. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    I went Surfing. It's been so long I was afraid I'd forgotten how to. My first real session since June 3rd.

    So stoked
    Good on ya bro! Then some kid posts on another thread can he still surf after a 3 month layoff. Hahahaha

  5. #45
    Dammit! Marie wiped out my home break! There's no sand left, and it was breaking just a few yards out from the seawall today. It should have been a solid session, but instead I had to go for a run. Looks like it won't be rideable except at low tide on a big swell until the sand comes back. Good thing the tide is swinging wide and a big SW is forecast for Fri-Sun, otherwise I might do something crazy, like surfing Snake Lake or *e**e*.

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    Badly bruised my quadriceps tendon and bone bruised the Patella playing baseball. Limping around like a gimp. Have about 10 degrees range of motion in my left knee joint. Cant climb stairs, cant get in a car, and have to poop with one leg strait.


    I'm frustrated.

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    ZaSeuss?

    its tough to take a deuce
    when your knee isn't loose
    and its hard to get in a car
    when your joint wont bend far,
    and to be totally fair,
    your knee fears the stairs.

    I meant what I said, and I said what I meant
    But oh does my knee hurt, one hundred percent.

  8. #48
    Stoke = The waves in Southern NC Sat and Sunday.

    Frustration = muscle atrophy and lousy flexibility from being laid up w\ sickness and surgery and eating it over and over.

    Beats watching TV.

  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by zaGaffer View Post
    Was surfing yesterday morning and the tide was kind of washing it out; but every so often a really good set would roll through. I'd been out for almost 3 hours and I was waiting for a wave to take me home. I was sitting all by my lonesome, without another soul for 50-100yds in either direction when out of my peripheral vision I saw a sweeper puddling along on his douche canoe. He wore a stained, white Tshirt over his Santa Claus like physique. His ensemble was topped with the obligatory trucker cap. I took one look at The Waterman and said to myself, this assclown is gonna puddle over and snake me. As soon as the thought appeared in my head a swell appeared on the horizon and the janitor begin to furiously scratch his ugly stick against Mother Ocean's fair breast towards where I was sitting, waiting patiently, directly on the peak in the best take off spot. "Oh no you don't muthertrucker, not this wave, this is my wave, I waited it for it, NEPTUNE SENT IT FOR ME!", I thought. I stared him right and the eyes, bared my teeth, flipped the nose of my board to the shore and started paddling for it. He scratched even harder over my right shoulder (it was a left) and as the wave began to crest and it broke I popped, turned hard and sprayed dominance all over his face. He went down tangle in his paddle, his body and barge flying in different directions, screaming "ARRRRGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHH." Wasn't the best wave I got all day, but I had a smile on my face all the way home.

    Don't snake
    Well done Gaff. There were several out yesterday at CB, but two really stood out. The girl was on the SUP backwards (fins first) and couldn't figure out why she kept turning sideways. Her man was showing her how to do everything and doing it all wrong too. We all lined up to watch them come in finally. They had a flat spell and could have paddled in, instead they sat waiting for a wave to carry them. Sitting still not even trying to paddle into it. Mother nature finally obliged and laid a beating on them. We applauded.

    I was off by my lonesome at one point and had one paddle over. It's f'ing sand bar beach break everywhere, lots of little peaks, none really better than the rest. He wanted to chat about life, the universe, and everything. Weird, he had the Santa belly and a white t-shirt as well (is that a thing or something?). I just grunted, turned and caught the next one then paddled back out. He finally got the message and moved along.

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    Stoke was hearing that a bunch of my surfing buddies caught it really good yesterday; I'm amped for them.

    Frustration was being stuck at home all day watching the baby and hearing about said friends' waves because my wife had to help her dad move from a joint rehab facility back into his house and run errands all day. By the time she got home and I could have gone, wind had chopped it all to hell