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RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« on: July 26 2008 05:07:00 »
Bang on John.. make your own post teacher..
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #1 on: July 26 2008 09:07:00 »
Come on Portajohn and Mint Juliop- Oceanography 101- you drop-outs only see this in a vacuum for your self-imposed ego trip about Indo and having inconvenience of having to do an extended bottom turn around an oil leaking barge spewing fish guts.....WTF! This may ruin your awesome dude trip, but, this is another example of NOT taking responsibility, chidren's! All your surf products are petroleum-based, and, unless you could get Patagonia to make you a $2000 eco-board, it was probably computer-generated at some Malaysian sweatshop......and they ain't, 'Gone Surfin'.
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #2 on: July 26 2008 09:07:00 »
Yes, my staff informed me of the controversy concerning a wreck imposed on a Balinese reef; here,here......the reality is melting Antarctic ice will raise ocean levels and the boat will float off the reef; the oil will camouflage surfers in the line-up, thus reducing crowds (Santa Barbara crowd with clear boards, circa 1972) and impacts. The reefs are already dead because Balinese surfers carry land fungus in their toes and disease kills organisms (notice run-off from 'cave' entrance is clear egress to line-up?). Teacher's detractors are brash consumers, probably from Carlsbad or Orangeless County Harvestfest rejects and should be made to clean oil spill now destroying Gulf shrimping grounds.
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #3 on: July 27 2008 01:07:00 »
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #4 on: July 27 2008 10:07:00 »
I agree with DingleBarry that this forum should not be a nodder, but how radical we are to be so outrageous and radical, we'll surf sweet tubular sections right thru the rotting, leaking hulk; why lament? There's free fish in the hull and we're soooooo cool, we can grab a tuna samwich as we go racing by! Who cares about Algored and his million sq. ft. energy sucking house; I'm looking forward to the next spill to show how long you can nose-ride on higher buoyancy oil slick- Wow- we're sweet! "Nothing's gonna' change my world!" Yeaaaaaa- you go BumbleBarry!
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #5 on: July 28 2008 01:07:00 »
Double Yaaawwwnnn !
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #6 on: July 31 2008 01:07:00 »
You seroiusly reckon Australian customs would let a dodgy illegal Taiwanese fishing boat any where near into austalian waters.. let alone do trade with them for sushi...!! grow a pube pin head.. all the sushi coming into this country is blue fin tuna caught in the southern ocean..
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #7 on: July 31 2008 07:07:00 »
Sorry bev, but long-lining for tuna DOES occur illegally in Indo to suffice the palate of Aussie dog-faces; wow, see Kelly doing switchfoot with leaking barge in background!- that's what started this forum, not environmentally-conscious individuals, but corporate-whore ASP/WCT dregs- GROSS, and I'll bet they're eating sushi without a clue it's right in front of them -"see beyond the barrel", ( Miklos, CIRCA 1975).
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #8 on: July 31 2008 08:07:00 »
the break is not ruined. it still breaks. it just has added scenery for the moment.
RE: Shipwreck destroying Bali Surf Breaks« Reply #9 on: July 31 2008 12:07:00 »
Chris is right about scenery- remember when Cape St. Francais (Endless Summer) had golden dunes and African svelte directing sand flow into line-up for perfect wave (now, a series of Sebastian peaklike dumping sections), Dana Point had sweet-scented chapparal plumeria off dynamic cliffs highlighting the .5 mile long point break (Killer Dana) or recent destruction of Mexican and Azores classic reef breaks for breakwaters with shithouses for fisherman at pier end.........SCENERY.....my derriere!