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RE: East Coast« on: January 09 2008 18:01:00 »
He wanted to graciously bow out. I dont blame him, once you reach a certain point where you put it into perstective, There are more important things than competing. Thats why I like freesurferslike Donavon Frankenreiter, They get paid for just exploring the globe.
RE: East Coast« Reply #1 on: January 09 2008 20:01:00 »
Tom, dipshit, the forum was ESA, not WSA (Curren), Richards (ASA), comprende' yet? Gracefully, no Curren went to impregnate several women, sire his chidren's, then , wow, man, the world will raise his kids while he 'soul'? surfs the world (his father PAT did the same do him and split for the pointbreaks of Centro). Really responsible.
RE: East Coast« Reply #2 on: January 09 2008 22:01:00 »
i got some cool photos of some big east coast conditions at my surfpv com site. send me your best shots and i will post them in the photos/on exhibit section. i want some good pictures. send them. tom, you have posted a horrific number of novice responses. please leave globalsurfers alone. please stop.
RE: East Coast« Reply #3 on: January 12 2008 18:01:00 »
Twom has apparently stumbled upon another nugget of surf truth with Billy Joel's riff when he told someone he caught the north edge of Montauk at 6' (it needs a 10' Noreasta' to wrap 180 degrees). He's actually a righteous logger when he's not writing or crashing cars, 'we didn't start the fire'.