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RE: california the« Reply #1 on: September 30 2007 20:09:00 »
It's called 'lost' for a reason- Stay in Newpaught and have some weiners and pabst while watching 2' beachbreak.
RE: california the« Reply #2 on: October 01 2007 18:10:00 »
Stay in SoCal where ya belong and surf those crapy weak swells and leave the survival surfing to the men up here. You probably ride a 70's waterlogged pig board and your back hurts to much to carry it anyways so ya make fun of us real soul surfers up north where the juice is. Sorry if I offended any Loma locals and as for the Wind-and-sea guys I miss ya-----NOT
RE: california the« Reply #3 on: October 01 2007 20:10:00 »
Aw, Ricky- on your way up north, stop by Frisco' and have a real man join you- the nights are long, cold, and foggy and conserving body heat with single bag might be the only 'logging' you'll be riding. Sasquatch bodysurfs Mattole Rivermouth and Purple Buddha eases the starless nights. Greetings from Goosewing Beach.
RE: california the« Reply #4 on: October 01 2007 21:10:00 »
I saw you try to paddle out at Ocean Beach for 2 hours last time you we're there, I was the guy continualy spending time covered up in the green room. And after your pathetic session learning how to duck dive you couldn't even open up the door of your powder blue Pinto. Maybe you'd be better off sitting on the cliff @ Mavs.
RE: california the« Reply #5 on: October 02 2007 13:10:00 »
Dear Dick, our relationship has, as they say, gone south of the border! I really feel bad for the years you endured in that Utah commune, but, really, not even Evan Slater would paddle to Ocean Beach furries- that's why, Ricky, Gaia created channels. Tuesday, I'll be at Salispuedes on an original Lis Fish- if you're there, I'll share- that's what I was taught in School of the Americas! Peace.
RE: california the« Reply #6 on: October 02 2007 20:10:00 »
Mr. Howard- The silver surfer and enlightenment can only be found at Round Pond, Little Compton on a fall afternnn, sun-setting, wafts of maple leaves burning, and boysenberry pie flooding the spinning lefts with effervescence senses and organic dulse rot on the sinking shores- Ask Caldonia and Micky Dora for steps to that path. OOOMMMMM!
RE: california the« Reply #7 on: October 02 2007 21:10:00 »
that's more like ya Caldona man. Life isn't a bowl a cherries. Metaphorically speaking it's random hits of love splashed with a twist of one eyed open walks into the sunset.
Don't forget to breathe and remember to be creative, spice things up, say YES to life, and stare into the open flame of consciousness. We are all one anyways, riding the different waves of the day.
RE: california the« Reply #9 on: October 03 2007 13:10:00 »
To Mr. HTFU, Gawzuenheit, achoo, whatever- Me and my bud Rick used to slang outside the streets of N. Providence, then got religion and began surfing the mysto reefs off of Point Judith and Monahan's...pre-leash days, chump! So before I have to regulate your slumming on a 10' Con retro, apologize or be condemned to your next life...cuttin' brush in Crawford, Texas with 'Mission Accompished' George W. and gettin shot in the face (and not the flat ones on Padre Island). Om Mani Padme Hum.