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Topic: What about SoCal?

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replies: 23

By:

hbsurfer

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RE: What about SoCal?

« on: April 14 2005 11:04:00 »

ok, you told me, i already told you.  now we're even.  see you out there.  How many ways can I spell Kook?  oh wait, i have a new one.  It's.......Bubba.

By:

hbsurfer

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #1 on: April 14 2005 12:04:00 »

Russ

Which part was babbling?  Which part was jibberish to you?  I reread the post and it seems like plain English, clearly written and able to be comprehended by most people.  You must have gotten a public school education if you can't understand what I meant.  I will spell it out more clearly if you wish.  STAY HOME!  If you choose to ignore that command, then remember: You've been warned.
BTW, I'm not Donkeypunch, therefore the sentiment expressed by him and by me must be a common one around here.

By:

nmuse

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #2 on: April 15 2005 16:04:00 »

Surfing sure isn't what it used to be.  I am so saddened by what has happened to California.

By:

whatevs

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #3 on: April 15 2005 17:04:00 »

Try to remember your stoke when you started surfing, with your friends or your pop or whatever. That's all these people who are flocking to the beaches are trying to attain. That feeling the first time you get pitted. And don't get greedy. Nobody owns the ocean. Besides, the more people that are in the water , the more we'll be able to influence political decisions pertaining to the mother ocean. Be it pollution, industry, development (like the one near Harry's).
Don't listen to tehse people. These are the real kooks. Polluting line-ups w/ their yelling and temper tantrums. If you keep respect to a maximum for al;l people who enjoy the ocean, there no problem.
Mahalo.

By:

nmuse

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #4 on: April 16 2005 15:04:00 »

If you guys would give up your boards and body surf there wouldn't be any of the competition.  Hehheh.  In fact, for newbies this is an excellent way to get the thrill without getting in the way.  Promote that.

Speaking of going boardless...I didn't know they allowed boards at LJShores.  Back in the day, there were only body surfers and wave jumpers.

To this day I still prefer body surfing.  I can easily call up my own waves way down the beach away from the surfers.  Or so it seems.  :o)

By:

nmuse

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #5 on: April 16 2005 21:04:00 »

Tourist?  Bwahahhahaaa

I am your grandmother.  I steal your waves from 200 yards down shore.  Heh.

By:

Mike

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #6 on: May 19 2005 21:05:00 »

woo...this world is definately going downhill...I don't surf yet i'd like to and I live in SoCal...and the crazier part about this is this is happening in all sports...from what you see on TV in basketball, football, baseball...etc...I paintball and this is a huge problem now...two years ago stuff like this never happened...this new generation of ppl are just complete ass holes...excuse my language but it's completely true...

By:

Ima sad old bob

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #7 on: May 19 2005 23:05:00 »

Swamis, but dammit, most of the time it frustrates the shit out of u, there are so many people (longboards) and its nearly impossible to catch any of the set waves.  Good quality though, but go on a weekday, or after a rain

By:

Ima sad old bob

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #8 on: May 19 2005 23:05:00 »

Swamis, but dammit, most of the time it frustrates the shit out of u, there are so many people (longboards) and its nearly impossible to catch any of the set waves.  Good quality though, but go on a weekday, or after a rain

By:

doogs

RE: What about SoCal?

« Reply #9 on: June 18 2005 01:06:00 »

Southern California is stil an amazing place to surf. However, the summer crowds can sometimes be out of control. The trick is take a walk down the beach, away from the named spots. I won't name any spots, they are already too crowded. However, just a few minutes walk away from that spot that you see in the mags or videos will be empty (or less crowded and less aggo vibe).
Go explore, and go surfing. You'll be glad that you did. In Australia and America, two of the most crowded surf nation in the world, you can still get waves to yourself.
Also, the autumn and winter are way better than summer. and all the crybabies will be at work or school and you can surf wherever the hell you want!


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