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RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« on: December 25 2007 10:12:00 »
J-bay of the east coast. Its jame even starts with "J" I don't see any other spots represented at that surfpv site either. If you show up (great lakes, trailer trash wackjob who can't spell and whose name apparently starts with "t") we will torch your car with your boyfriend locked inside for the sake of humanity.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #1 on: December 26 2007 21:12:00 »
Teacher ? Your hatred towards me at Christmas time is a disgrace. As petarted or retarded or whatever you think I am, I respect you !!! I wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy New Year. Why can't you respect someane that has a ..Odd way of expressing himself. Maybe I can't spell, Maybe I am a little weird and out of sorts. ITS CHRISTMAS TIME DUDE !!! WHERES THE LOVE ? " THINK OF YOUR FELLOW MAN, GIVE HIM A HELPING HAND, PUT A LITTLE LOVE IN YOUR HEART. " GOD BLESS US EVERYONE !!!! JOY TO THE WORLD AND ALL OF THAT CRAP !!! YA NASTY ANGRY LITTLE PISS STAIN YOU . AUGGHHHHHHHHHHHH !!! i HATE YOU !!!!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #2 on: December 29 2007 11:12:00 »
Tom, only one thing for you, whhhhewwwww-hhoooooo!! Sorry, Billy Jean's got my luv!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #3 on: February 06 2008 15:02:00 »
got 2 be montauk pt ny, seen days there were 200 people watched from the lot while 2 brave souls surfed the side of that reef break, they were sicko!!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #4 on: February 06 2008 15:02:00 »
Mantauck is not a reef break. There are no reefs in NY State. The waves come over a Rocky shelf. But yes, it's one of the better spots on the East Coast. I like Sebastion and Avalon Pier. Florida and N.C.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #5 on: February 07 2008 12:02:00 »
When yous go to choich, rebored tom, learms how to spell, communiotard! I surf for me and Gaia, owe you and hallucinations, nada! I surf nowhere I'm judged, that's why Westport, Mass. is the place! Gorgeous ripe Portugee gals and grinding sandbars.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #6 on: February 07 2008 20:02:00 »
You know ? You mock this guy Tom and you think I'm him. The problem is your throwing stones blind folded. Maybe its you who is less fortunate then he. Tom might be a little off when it comes to surfing, spelling, and the way he expresses himself, but he's honest. You guys mock what you think is below you like non believers mock Born again Christians. You only hear and make judgements on the things you don't understand. Sometimes you have to dig a little deeper to find the true quality and information about God ..and yes..even Tom. Think about it. Praise GOD !!!!!!
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #7 on: February 12 2008 05:02:00 »
Surfing is a form of surface water sport where the surfer “rides” a breaking wave using a surfboard. A surfer looks for a rideable wave on the horizon and matches its speed by paddling or towing-in.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #8 on: February 12 2008 20:02:00 »
Most surfers are superior to those who ride waves on sponges and live near a oversized lake in Western NY. We are especially Superior to those named Tom who spend their lifes on a surf forum posting nothing but nonsense because they don't have lifes and are mentally deranged and retarted and live in trailor parks.
RE: Where is the best surf point on the east coast ?« Reply #9 on: February 20 2008 20:02:00 »
I grew up and learned to surf in Florida, I lived 3 years in Conn. right next to the Rhode Island boarder, I know live in VA. I've surfed most of the east coast of the US in my life. If you want to surf true point breaks on the east coast, then Rhode Island is the place. They have left points, right points, underwater points that make a perfect bowl. I've paddled out into 16 ft waves, without duck diving because of the channels. There is no place like it on the east coast. The only draw back are the winters are long and cold, but hurricane season is the beast.