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RE: Best east coast boards« on: December 02 2007 19:12:00 »
First of all, Lay off Tom. I see how you guys might think he's a little different, But you going a little to far with your remarks, and it's getting ennoying to come onto a forum with all of you picking on one guy for such petty and small things. I'm sure he's a decent guy that missunderstood. But you guys are provoking him and your only prolonging further ennoyances.
Secondly, I bodyboard more then I surf, and I'm not into the technical aspects of the board. Both Longboards I have are one fin, and thats how I like it. Sorry... I can't help you.
RE: Best east coast boards« Reply #1 on: December 10 2007 15:12:00 »
' Jeremy spoke in his ass... today', what the hell are you defending this land-lubbin Shrek? He admits he 'has a fin like his longboard'?? Is he a genetic poindexter or uses one of those hand-jive 'sandy-beach' planes? If so, then Tom may actually comprehend wave physics more than us. NOT!