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Topic: best spots in NJ, USA

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RE: best spots in NJ, USA

« on: December 09 2007 21:12:00 »

i agree its best to let him wash over the rocks the next time he attempts a visit to any area beach... hoping you can all get back to the Jersey, L.I. and New England Juice without any more of toms useless rantings. I just hope he goes as far away from globalsurfers as is humanly possible. If you think 16 appearances on one topic is heavy, just surf the "best surf point on the East Coast." and others. I enjoyed reading it until it turned into some great lake surfer's personal idiot space.



RE: best spots in NJ, USA

« Reply #1 on: December 10 2007 09:12:00 »

I wonder what Tom's like at his local break.  I betcha he gets beat up everytime he goes out in the lineup.  The locals must loathe him as much as we do.  Surfing should be retard proof. Sucka's like Tom should be in group homes with bars on the windows,never to go or even see the ocean or beach. I betcha he's a down Syndrome kid.  Even the other retards hate him.  Tom's a good example of why you shouldn't drink or do drugs while pregnant.


Teacher 2

RE: best spots in NJ, USA

« Reply #2 on: December 10 2007 13:12:00 »

What Erosive body putts do you know about the liquid amber of life? Quiz children's: Why does ocean salinity equal amniotic fluid salinity? (except tom who was test-tube error) what does increased carbon (heat capacity) mean for our future art? Why aren't we finding a candidate who unselfishly will ask all of us to serve our country (not necessarily military), and NOT let some Armageddon preacher destroy Ma Ocean and our sustinence (none running yet!)?


Professor Harold Hill

RE: best spots in NJ, USA

« Reply #3 on: December 21 2007 02:12:00 »

We got trouble my friends. Right here on Global surfers. With a capital T, followed by om and that stands for Tom. You got 1, 2, 3, letters, Letters that mean the difference, between a surfer and a Kook. Tom isn't a surfer, just a big dumb stupid spoof. We got trouble surfers. We got lots and lots of trouble.



RE: best spots in NJ, USA

« Reply #4 on: December 23 2007 22:12:00 »

Come on Professor Shrill, answer my questions! Or are you a matchbook cover PhD (piled higher and deeper)? New Jersey should be kept off the forum for it's poor water quality, mafia dumping, questionable waves (ok, minniesquan), and the fact that many surfers have been consumed by the Jersey Devil (genetically manufactured at biological facility in now-defunct Fort Dix!).



RE: best spots in NJ, USA

« Reply #5 on: May 22 2008 14:05:00 »

I say either manasquan inlet or the dover ave jetty in lavalette

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