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Discussion in 'All Discussions' started by bubs, Mar 27, 2017.
sorry! ill call you special next time because your very special! most butt pirates are!
What's really gay is posting on social media what you think is gay about social media.
lol good point.
But in reality, message boards are *so* 2002. Most of the people on them tend to be middle aged. OTOH, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and so many others seem to be the media of choice for the younger generation. Spreading yourself out there to the entire globe on a form of media that cannot be deleted seems like a recipe for disaster.
So personally, I'm with Bubs on this one.
I'm totally with you. SI and the occasional comment on YouTube is my only form of social media.
To comment on your generational appeal to FakeBook though, my aunts and uncles are fukin hooked on that shyt.
Personally I don't understand. For instance when my pops drowned and was then on life support my aunt an I were driving to the hospital to pull the plug, and she was reading me everyone's response on FB. I totally blew up on her and told her IDGAF what they think in the moments before i say goodbye to him. There is definitely some psychological mental disorder with posting everything at every moment on social media. I see this with a lot of people. Like surfers on instagram. They probably don't feel accepted or loved so when they get a like on a post it gives them a boost.
I guess what i'm trying to say is people who feel the need to post pics of themselves and their lives to the entire world (unless it's their job) deep down feel inadequate.
Don't forget that pediphiles are all over social media and many girls have been caught with much older men! There's a big difference in wanting to know whats going on and being up everyone arss and business! What ever happened to people wanting to be private?Seen not heard?
Facebook founder called trusting users dumb f*cks
I wish I could get ahold of that skinny little asshole and choke him out. I really, really dislike him.
Pros & cons. Haven't read the tread, admittedly, getting here a bit later than I wanted due to insane work shiiiiite.
Pics of Alana Blanchard's ass on a surfboart
The fact that you'll never be able to have Alana Blanchard's ass, ever, anywhere
I haven't used social media in years... but once I was a user, I mean I guess I'm recovering... or was recovering. Then we'll I relapsed this year while being peer pressured into this new social media called instagram. It's the people that peer pressure you. It's dangerous. People should be given a seminar by a police officer in the 5th grade about it. The danger of social media. Instagram is kinda cool though. It's helped me keep up with guys I've met in the water. Easier then being like can I have your phone number and your ass?
Lots of good reasons to be down on social media but then kookslams...
I play around on Facebook, but I don't instgram or snapchat or tweet or whatever
It's certainly good fodder for human behavioural analysis. Interesting times.
I'm going in a sensory deprivation tank soon. Finally found a place.
My biggest concern, when it comes to our most holy activity of riding waves, is that these kids are losing the history, or just don't seem to care. Pictures/likes/followers# replacing actually reading a story, looking at a map to see where it is, learning about the first time a spot was ridden, what it took to get there, etc, etc.
I could still entertain myself with a decent atlas whilst taking a sh!t.
This is kind of a paradox though. Generally speaking, there are maybe three kinds of spots. One - world famous breaks. These are pretty well documented historically and currently. Two - generic everyday breaks. These are the ones that have surf cams or forecasts, etc... I don't know if anyone cares who first paddled out 2nd beach in RI, right? Three - 'secret' spots where access is tricky or obscure. No-one wants the history of these known really because it will lead to more popularity, possibly loss of access, etc... Security through obscurity. We can talk about honoring the history of the 'sport' but in the end surfing is about your individual experience in a specific time and location, why does the context matter?
If you're surfing Mavs you should know who Jeff Clark is but that's a outlier scenario I think.
I already eluded to taht.
"Hey anti-social media types...!
Uh, what do you think you are doing here !
but this is different this is a surfing website !
So you are stealing ideas. That's fake.
And lol kiddy rocque good point.....
oh yeah, thanks Another Interweb Surfer dude, I forgot, I am addicted to this place.
Posted this on a different threade by accident
before this treade gets buried, just wanna say what social medium could be if used intelligently....look at what trump is trying to do with twitter - manipulating the message to political and/or financial gain could have huge impacts on society....look at what oppressed countries do to suppress its usage - it could be an invaluable tool (think hitler and propaganda of the 30s & 40s)
fortunately or unfortunately we don't have anyone smart enough yet that can control all outlets to further their own interest....yet....
I think it is totally controlled by those aliens from 'they live', or at least the real life equivalent of some reptile army of bloodsucking pizzagating inter dimensional beasts
either that or a bunch of selfish greedy self serving fvckwits hell bent on stealing everything thats not nailed down under the guise of taxation and regulation
whatever makes more sense