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RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #1 on: May 09 2009 00:05:00 »
Well, if you don't mind sharing the gas and toll expenses with BJJ and Judo athletes, we'll gladly take you with us. We surf like every saturday depending on the forecasts or what the locals text us. You can look me up at Facebook for some more details. My name is Jok Gumiran. Search me up na lang
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #2 on: May 12 2009 09:05:00 »
manila surfers association (msa) we have multiply website
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #3 on: May 14 2009 02:05:00 »
You should contact www.manilasurfers.multiply.com
Also if you wanna take surf lessons right here in Manila at a wave pool you can contact me 0920 - 900 55 89
We also have day trip surf camp packages to Zambales and Real, Quezon. Check out our site www.philippinesurfingacademy.com
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #4 on: May 26 2009 16:05:00 »
hey kisses i have a club MSA mapopormang surfers asosasyon basta maporma ka at may bagong maputing board ka at bagong bordshort pasok ka at tsaka rich kid ka pasok ka
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #5 on: June 02 2009 07:06:00 »
wow! can i join you mr pro? group mo ba ung panay kwentuhan sa surf-surf? brah i jz want hippy surfing :-)
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #7 on: June 04 2009 17:06:00 »
ahahahaha..... posero...dame ng jologs talaga sa surf sa pinas, masabe lang at feeling serper... mag paddle out lang for sure di makakalabas...
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #8 on: June 10 2009 22:06:00 »
To Mr. Pro Surfer and Dreynolds: I don’t understand why you despise surfers who have "white" or new boards (as opposed to old yellowed fiberglass boards).
An accomplished surfer will always have (or wish they have) a minimum of 2 boards: 1 for small waves and another for big waves. This applies to short- and long-boarders.
Surfers do not use one board all their lives. A beginner is advised to start in a longboard for obvious reason: he will learn surfing in about 4 to 6 months as opposed to 2 years in a shortboard. (Nothing is more pathetic than a beginner in a shortboard wobbly learning to stand up in whitewater.) After learning the basics, one can then opt to shift to shortboard or stay on the longboard.
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #9 on: June 10 2009 22:06:00 »
Later, he will feel that his board is hampering his progress and will want another. This time he would know the tail, rail, foil, rocker, etc., that he wants. And since one cannot find the exact specification in a second hand board, then one asks a shaper to make it for him. Or find a specific production board model of particular length.
Still later, he will probably want a looser or higher performance board. After that, he may want a new board just to perk up his surfing.
Since you despise surfers who have “white” or new boards, you obviously have not reached a point where you feel that your old board is hampering your surfing progress. Or you may have reached that point but can’t get a new one. Simply put, both of you are either beginners or a sour-grape intermediates.