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  1. #5991
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    Quote Originally Posted by DawnPatrolSUP View Post
    Vicodin for a migraine? Going big! HAHA
    I get "disabling migraine"; cannot drive; cannot do ****--lock myself in room close blinds & go to sleep. Doesn't happen often, but enough for my doc to give me elephant ammo to deal with it.

  2. #5992
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Cuda View Post
    I get "disabling migraine"; cannot drive; cannot do ****--lock myself in room close blinds & go to sleep. Doesn't happen often, but enough for my doc to give me elephant ammo to deal with it.
    I use to get those when I was younger, to the point of throwing up non-stop until I finally pass out and sleep a good 8 hours.

  3. #5993
    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Cuda View Post
    Anyway, it is big again today (by big I mean=shoulder high) and I was going to go out, but something precipitated a migraine this morning which required taking vicodin. Too groggy at the moment to go out. Maybe this afternoon.
    hmmmm prescription opiods derived from the same poppy plant as heroin are fine but weed and beer are "bad"?

    o barry

  4. #5994
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevolution View Post
    hmmmm prescription opiods derived from the same poppy plant as heroin are fine but weed and beer are "bad"?

    o barry
    Reread your post and please look for lack of logic therein. You are a normally intelligent being.
    You will find it....if you aren't high on weed and or alcohol.

  5. #5995
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry Cuda View Post
    Only if I choose to go to that particular sh1thole. But it is a nice break (sometimes) when waves get over head high, and it scares the beejezus out of 99% of surfers at high tide.
    I like it at high tide. Flying along the wall (both the wave and the cement structure) then pull out quickly at the very last moment.
    But it isn't my normal "go to" spot.
    I've been there during summah, only got it waist high, the wall was not an issue, but what a kook show. I spent most of my time laughing at the collection of poseurs. It was kinda low tide and very shallow and fun waves were had. I liked Rye bettah.

  6. #5996
    Keep this treade on surfing, por favor SI Peeps. Greatest, beegest treade in SI Fourume historye: 600 pages of actual surfing asspects.

  7. #5997
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    Quote Originally Posted by sisurfdogg View Post
    I've been there during summah, only got it waist high, the wall was not an issue, but what a kook show. I spent most of my time laughing at the collection of poseurs. It was kinda low tide and very shallow and fun waves were had. I liked Rye bettah.
    Those "poseurs" you refer to are Massholes from the Peoples Republic of Massholia.

    Today The Wall has dropped down to knee high, and surfers are actually doing stretches etc before surfing, as if they were going into Jaws or Maverick--new term for those: "Poseholes" - please add to SI Surf Dictionaire

  8. #5998
    I don't stretch anymore; afraid I'll pull something

  9. #5999
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    When I was at The Wall, this one dude walks across the street with a brand new neon green accented wettie, with a brand new shiny boart, and I said to my buddy, I'll bet he can't even paddle out. I was almost right, he finally made it out after 15 minutes. In two foot surf. At least he was committed.

  10. #6000
    2.5 days of long period swell with a little mix in it. It was definitely like surfing indo or Hawaii (not quality) but waiting 10 minutes for sets and literally flat until they came (especially on Saturday...Friday was more active due to the windswell mixing in). Caught various conditions from thigh to shoulder high with Saturday morning being the best...the southerly winds kicked in hard and jacked it up. Friday had good conditions....milk glass first thing in the morning. Pretty cool swell though. Buoys are still showing some of it lingering. It was lully but still pretty fun.