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RE: best spots in NJ, USA« on: December 01 2007 21:12:00 »
Sea Girt has excellent and consistent sandbars because few seawalls and jetties interrupt sand replenishment flow. The crowd is not 'agro' and Tom (rIFF, GUMME BEAR, Aetc.) aren't found here because trailer parks are not in city boundary.
And you guys call me a Petard ?!!!« Reply #1 on: December 02 2007 19:12:00 »
Oh look !!! Your making fun of my spelling again and making up story's that only you can come up with. How thoughtful and generous of you.
OOoooohhhhhh !!! Your pissing me off and I'm going to stop posting for all these insults. My feelings are hurt because your hitting to close to home and I don't have any friends to cry too and.......... This is what you want to hear isn't it ? I mean no matter how retarded and rediculous these story's are, your ultimate goal is to discourage me from posting. Is that it ? NOT GONNA HAPPEN !!!!
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #2 on: December 02 2007 22:12:00 »
We be serious about da ocean; you be a fool unto yourself! Real issues in Jersey are: Clean water, getting to ride on all beaches all day, and beach sand gone from storms. We work together, bruddas, we don't have time to respond to dildos; let's dem bring dat attitude to da water, then we adjust attitude. Howzit!
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #3 on: December 04 2007 05:12:00 »
I use a 4/3 with hood, booties and still get cold at times. It's cold out there.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #5 on: December 07 2007 01:12:00 »
mammy ahhh mammy -- Ghost Trees has nothin on Tom !
announcing the glo-bul-surfers-2 com - just for tom so he can rant on and on and on about moreglobalnothings: a perceived sport he knows nothing about - without inflicting any more damage on surfworld 1 where so many innocents reside - the new site will feature iconic misspellings and cutting-edge frontline correspondence from the golden shores of the Rochester coldwater classic starring the perennial favorite himself - spongecharger Tom Terrific.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #6 on: December 07 2007 09:12:00 »
Ghost trees, you are so on; however, like the elusive break you're aka'd after, you never know when that worm, Term, will snake his way into the GlobalSurfers line-up! The only solution- cyber drop on his 90 lb. carcass!
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #7 on: December 09 2007 18:12:00 »
Pancho Sullivan already did that at outside logs when poor tom fell out of a portapotti overlooking turtle bay, which was inadvertantly slammed by a cleanup set and tom and his stinky dingy were washed out to sea. Pancho was a good sport about it and offered tom a free ride back to the outstretched arms of Mother.
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #8 on: December 09 2007 19:12:00 »
Ha, killa diner!, Touche to Tom, however, it was Dane Kealoha who intervened!
RE: best spots in NJ, USA« Reply #9 on: December 09 2007 19:12:00 »
Took a drive down to Cape May this morning. 2-3ft and peeling right. Good for Longboarding and sponging. Might have been to big for Tom. Ghost Tree. Are you a fag or what ?
Your the one ranting about Tom. I think your hot for the guy.