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Discussion in 'Global Surf Talk' started by Clownface, Jun 3, 2017.
Rest in peace brother, put in a good word for us surfers, we could all use it.
True pioneer. Rip in peace
amazing what these pioneers used for wet soots to stay warm, Amazing! R.I.P.
as a kid, rumor was that when the waves were good the O'neill factory in Santa Cuz would close so that the employees could surf and reopen later. what an awesome person Jack O'neill, Peace.
without this man surfing would cease to exist in the northeast.he made it possible to go in the ocean when the water is chilly,and that's pretty remarkable.he lived a long life which is cool,93 is quite the age to go out.rest in peace
A Giant has passed. RIP Mr. Jack
this is the guy with the eye patch right?
He lost his eye because there was no properre leash tying etiquette back then. He attached a primitive bungee cord to the nose of his boart. Soon after, leashes were attached to the back fin, or fin box, or somewhere back there.
He gaveth his eye, so his brother surfers wouldn't die.
Dont forget that the first goon cords were made of rubber hose instead of urethane. Most of the time your board would either zing back at you at warp speed, or tombstone for days while you were in the impact zone