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Topic: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

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replies: 71

By:

Jerry springer

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RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« on: November 26 2007 04:11:00 »

Do you guys know whats relly funny. This guy Tom is like 40 years old. HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

By:

TTB

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #1 on: November 26 2007 04:11:00 »

This is not a flame Tom forum, this is a forum to talk about east coast point surfing.  You all have made your points and made them fairly well, even you, Oprah, slammer that you are.  Now chill out and take the flaming elsewhere.

Back to what we should be talking about.  Which city has the best surf community on the east coast?  Why?  Get your local 'tude grinding!

By:

allen

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #2 on: November 26 2007 08:11:00 »

enough already with the stupid comments - send me your photos from your local spot to the surfpv com site mentioned on page one and we'll settle it. New England's surf is rarely photographed but it's obvious that it blows away all the others - long island maybe can be included - fine - send proof - I'll post the pics in the "on exhibit/photos" page at my camp's site. We'll settle it. As for the Ledge closing out - [that'll be the day] - I just put up a [legit] fifteen foot wave from the Ledge from 1998. Unfortunately it was a bit windy out there - go and see it.  I also have a video of Ruggles biggest ever - clean/solid 15 feet - and nobody even dared taking it on that day in 1991 - I'll post the video soon in full mpeg format soon.

By:

Christine

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #3 on: November 27 2007 00:11:00 »

Was that a attempt to demean those of us who are somewhat Rational and centered about surfing Tom ? Godammit !!! Why are you so f***n stupid ? Why don't you just crawl back into the trailor you live in, and just shut UP  !!!!

   You talk of things youknow absolutely nothing about. Your Febal attempts to fight back are pathedic at best.  And to be perfactly honest, Your attempts of any viable , Intellectual conversation are elementary at best.    To put it in terms you might still have problems processing,  Your a retard that doesn't know your a retard.  Just SHUT UP !!!!!!!

By:

Teacher

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #4 on: November 27 2007 06:11:00 »

The same individual (under various suages) uses incorrect characters, grammar, spelling, etc.; it's a sign of adult autism and might benefit by immersion into the water and exposure to the vibrant nature of surfing- the only problem is who would take him? I've seen this individual's mark going back several years with postings in Bermuda and Lake Ontario forum, both 'spots' of which have questionable reliability for waves. He? obviously needs the recognition for his lonely existence, but, I don't think acknowledgeing this helps.

By:

I'm just tired of it

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #5 on: November 28 2007 08:11:00 »

I really hate to continue this, because it is all so pointless, nothing will change.  But, spell trailer, spell you're, spell stereo as in stereotype.   Both you and Christine have blown those simple spellings the same way.  Also, is she following you around or is is coincidence she posts immediately after you.  Or maybe there is a more insidious explaination here.  Whatever.  Deny as you will.  You're pathetic, or as you spell it pathedic.  
I haven't even gone into parsing both your and her sentence structures.  Talk about a real fingerprint.

By:

Teacher

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #6 on: November 28 2007 19:11:00 »

You have no depth or soul, and are so typical, there's nothing too hide; I realize sitting by your grill that heats your trailer is not exactly enlightening, but quit being selfish( it's always playing the victim that allows you to not take responsibility, very much like George Bush). Go volunteer at Salvation Army, and then, maybe, paddle out to a 2-3' winter sesh at El Cap; the fog will lift, you'll smell fresh scent of chaparral from offshore flows, maybe see a leaping blue whale, and provide mature input into GlobalSurfers forums.

By:

TTB

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #7 on: November 29 2007 06:11:00 »

Wow, just wow.  Hoisted on your own petard.

By:

TTB

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #8 on: November 29 2007 06:11:00 »

Few posters here are ripping you to shreds, most are just explaining what it is you are doing.  You make yourself the victim.  (What am I doing responding to this crap?  Like the other poster said, nothing is going to change.)

By:

Pauly girl

RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?

« Reply #9 on: November 29 2007 15:11:00 »

I remembered tom when I met him after leaving an overhead surf sesh' at Scarborough Beach in Narragansett; it was sad because he was paddling for ripples that were meeting an outgoing flow from a tidal river; we were laughing in the line-up because he would stand on the tidal bump that was going nowhere and eventually pearl or sink- then ,he would claim it!!! Finally, his gradmother came down to the beach and slapped the shit out of him (He then told some surfer that it was Sunny Garcia who he had walked over his surfboard and dinged it). LOL


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