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deep within the orifi of summer

It may be exquisitely beautiful out. There may be daylight until 9pm. There may be semi-fun windswell in the water. There may even be some bands of southern-hemi groundswell reaching up in here. But, all those things are meaningless and inconsequential in the face of the CONSTANT, NON-STOP, BRUTALIZING onshore wind that seems to have parked itself at our favorite surf spots and won't relinquish it's death grip. The wind is a funny thing for a surfer. On one hand it's the wind that creates the very waves that sustain our passion. The winds of far-off storms interact with the surface of the ocean. The friction between the two causes small wavelets to form. The sustained wind of the storm can then get a better grip on these small wavelets and they soon become large waves with short distances between them. As the waves propogate outward from their point of genesis, they slowly coalesce and form into mature bands of long-period wave-form goodness... Which, if not smooshed or deflected by opposing winds, eventually alight our shores with soul-gratifying peelification. However! when the winds are close to home and blowing in the wrong direction, they can wreak havoc and tarnish an otherwise stellar situation... as you all know...

anyway.. a friend went to SC yesterday and enjoyed. If you have the time and the means.. get yo arse down there.. pronto.. take pics and let us know how it is.. or maybe.. enjoy it.. but when reporting back to us assuage our bruised surf psyches by understating the real sweetness down there. If you scored 12 long, glassy groundswell walls, and there were surprising few people on the East Side, maybe say, "you know headies, i scored a few down in SC but the drive down there was kindof annoying and i got my fins caught in the kelp a few times and i got sunburned and there were only a couple cuties in the water.. not 10 or 12 or anything, and i only managed 3 or 4 linked turns on my best wave, so.. it wasn't legendarily long or anything."

soo.. shiit.. in other news there are crazy protests going on downtown right now about the Biotech conference at the Moscone Center. The protesters are pissed about the oft irresponsible (immoral?) ways of many biotech companies. Slews of people are concerned and/or irate about the societal power the biotech industry exerts in America. Whether it be the 11 million American children on Ritalin or corn that's been genetically modified with human genes so that it contains human antibodies that attack sperm, the biotech industry flexes it's powerful muscles in sometimes scary ways. Here's a quote from Phil Angell, Monsanto director of corporate communications, "Monsanto should not have to vouchsafe the safety of biotech food. Our interest is in selling as much of it as possible."

but.. it's also important to remember the many many people within the biotech industry who are seriously committed to finding cures for diseases and to helping their fellow man live a happier life. soo.. it's a two sided coin..

ok.. soo... also.. yesterday witnessed some more developments in regard to the hidden Isle of Barhedral. After re-reading the letter and twiddling with the beautiful, otherwordly multi-colored wooden flower i suddenly remembered a book that my grandfather had given me before he passed away. I fumbled around my bookshelves a bit and found the old tome behind some surf mags and other detritus. I pulled it out, dusted it off and opened it up. It was an old book, printed in London in the late 19th century. No title on the cover, just a thick leather binding with some gold-leaf around the edges of the pages. I opened it up and on the first page my grandpa had written me a note. I don't think i'd ever seen the note, as i'd received the book as a little grom and never even opened it up. The note said,
"Hello there sonny boy! I hope that the contents of this book become useful to you. You know that your grandma and i always loved you, but we also thought you were a bit wacky and lived by the beat of your own drum. While i know your mother and father often rebuked your idiosyncratic perspectives and propensity for relating your vivid day-dreams, i secretly enjoyed them and was filled with hope that you might someday attempt an age-old quest that's been hovering around our family for ages. Sometime in your life, you may receive a mysterious letter, along with a wooden pendant. You may hear a tale of a magical tropical island populated with beautiful women and abundant food. You may hear that this island is surrounded by trecherous, pounding surf. You may also hear that this island is cloaked by a veil of invisibility. My grandson. All these things are true. your ancestor Barhedral Zaharzabo was, in fact, one of the most extraordinary sorcerers the world has ever known. He possessed a remarkable propensity for using natural materials to alter the perceptive abilities of human beings. His aphrodisiacs were the stuff of legend. People came from all over the middle kingdom to seek help from his magical hand. The secret to Barhedral's ability rested in his super-natural dreamworld. According to the legend passed down through our family, every few generations one of our kin realizes a incredible tendency toward surreal, immaculate, narrative dream visions. These dream visions have led many of our family through the centuries to storied greatness. They have also led many to horrid torture and mental collapse. When you were a small child your grandma and me watched your eyelids flicker as you slept and knew that you were one destined for this ability for powerful dreams. As you grew older and recited your dream visions to your parents and us at the breakfast table I marvelled at the depth and severity of the worlds you were seeing in your unconscious. I rarely piped up because i knew that your parents wanted to try to steer you toward the path of normalcy. But.. now i am telling you that within your dream world may lay the key to unlocking the secret to the hidden Isle of Barhedral. You see, the wooden Flower of Zibe is really a complex, multi-facetel puzzle box. Supposedly when the box is solved, a map will be projected into the dreamworld of the person who solves it. The dreamworld is also where the clues to solving the Flower of Zibe reside. In the book that i've left you are a plethera of suggestions for cultivating your dreamworld so that you'll be more open and aware to the clues shown to you. The clues will always be subtle and enshrouded in enigma. If you are diligent and truly destined. The riddle will be solved and our family may finally fulfill it's ancient quest. I love you grandson..
Good luck. and watch our for signs in unusual places and shapes."

(signed) Grandpappy.

.... to be continued

What happened to the WindTalker Hotline? Did all this sucka$$ wind break it?

Posted by: copious at June 8, 2004 10:28 AM

e....lately, i've been cursing every time the wind gusts....but your post is a good reminder of the positive aspects of our local summertime foe. gotta give to take.

as for biotech...i'm certainly not up on the 411 and i am concerned about some of the things that i hear (largely dealing with genetic engineering and cloning)...but it is an industry, as you point out, that brings/has the potential to bring significant benefit to mankind and our planet. i think of cures for diseases and of corn that grows in the western, drought-cursed portion of Zimbabwe. frankly, to me it seems the same as most controversial issues....if you paint it with a broad-brush (either positively or negatively) it leads to trouble.

anyway...sorry 'bout the non-surf post. as Bruce and others reminded us yesterday...let's get back to surf pics and tales of succulent walls of green glass!

Posted by: ck at June 8, 2004 10:38 AM

I will happily repeat.. You gotta give to take. Aloha style. Plus this crap forces all da SF locals to travel beyond our winter bubble.

Posted by: gotta get it at June 8, 2004 10:43 AM

please.. no pics of the landlord.

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 10:43 AM

mmmmm.... covered

Posted by: boner at June 8, 2004 10:44 AM

I tried posting the landlord's pics but I just get the red-x box...

New wallpaper though...

Posted by: hrothbart at June 8, 2004 10:51 AM

OB: Blasting. The pelicans, however, seem to be slicing through it like butter.

For your surfless entertainment, true story of my first OB surf session:
Just moved here and the ocean was flat. Mirror flat. Hubble telescope mirror flat. I figured if I didn't have the nerve to paddle out right then I'd be a lost cause. So I head into the water, there is only one other person in the entire 3 mile stretch of the beach [ yes it was THAT flat! ] I end up paddling near him since it's the only area offering the remotest ripple to catch. Not wanting to be rude, I tell him, " Don't mind me, I'm just learning and I certainly won't get in your way. " Friendly guy replies, " Oh no problem, I am just learning too. " [ Brazilian accent. Yes you can see this coming ] Whereupon a 2-3 foot chunky lumpy dredges our way and this guy procedes to RIP IT UP. He's slashing, burning, throwing 360's and god knows what else. Jeezuz. I catch the next lump and pearl. We paddle about, yak, point out our houses as they drift south at a suprisingly fast clip. Eventually one other guy paddles to our snippet of the beach. " This guy, now he is a REALLY good surfer," my Brazilian neighbor notes. At this point I'm wondering what REALLY GOOD surfer means around here. After floating around those two for a while I realized it's not the conditions, currents, aggravating fickleness, or constant beatings that make Ocean Beach so challenging, no, the hardest part is the humble pie I eat every time I goof around a place that is loaded with the freakingest best surfers in surfland.

Cheers to you all,

Posted by: s.s. sharkbait at June 8, 2004 10:52 AM

the opposite of windy

Posted by: bbr at June 8, 2004 10:52 AM

"peelification" :)

Posted by: at June 8, 2004 10:55 AM

Sorry to post this but.....
Genetically altered food has been banned from NZ and many European countries. The truth is that we don't know what the long term consequences of biotechnology are. But, Once it starts there is no going back. Grow a crop of altered food and pollen and seeds will contaminate other crops thereby altering all crops. Sure there maybe some good intentions, but it seems to me that the more we learn, the more we learn that we don't know shit. Buy organic, we know for sure that its all good. Because biotech firms are just out for profit, they should be monitered closely.

Posted by: mexisurf at June 8, 2004 10:55 AM

One more landlord pic (the Dude's):

Posted by: boner at June 8, 2004 10:59 AM

Another twist to the biotech convention was in the Chron today. Many of the vendors are other states trying to lure the industry. Good or bad? Do the demonstrators encourage outflow of the industry?

Posted by: at June 8, 2004 11:02 AM

i support organic farmers, in fact my mom's 3 brothers and father are/were all vegetable farmers in the santa maria area. i try to buy organic stuff as much as possible.

however, i also know how freaking hard it is to run a successful organic farm. all it takes is one tiny bug to ruin an entire crop of broccoli or lettuce or whatever and put the farmer out thousands of dollars. without pesticides you're at the mercy of those little fuckers. my uncle just had to close his farm cuz he was just losing too much money. and he wasn't some hack famer, he knew his shit.

in america where we have the money and resources i think everyone should be buying organic, but in places like africa i don't think organic is very feasible. there's just too many people to feed and organic crops are too susceptible to bugs and harsh climates.

Posted by: bbr at June 8, 2004 11:12 AM

"oh, and dude, it's already the tenth"
"far out"
"just slip the rent under my door"

Posted by: bbr at June 8, 2004 11:17 AM

Protests: just another example of people arguing over one side (genetically engineered food stuff) and not viewing the other (cures for cancer/Lou Gehrig's/MS/etc.).

For any of you out there that know a lick about genetics, there is no question you have respect for the ideas/studies/progress which have been achieved. Yeah, so our strawberries are bigger/more red/juicier/tastier and we can grow them all year. But people still lineup up at Safeway and shove them in their carts. Sure there are downsides that we are not aware of but look at the big picture and not just a slice.

If you are really concerned, make a lifestyle choice and go "certified organic" because we all know what is written on a package has to be true. Or does it?

Genetics = good
Bio engineering = makes your life tick and tick and tick.....
Big, overgrown strawberries = for me
Flavor-savor Tomatos = don't like 'em
Two headed sheep = mistake
Genetics = amazing

Enjoy life. Protest when you feel passionate about something. Live right.

Posted by: Kaiser at June 8, 2004 11:19 AM

Kaiser...your last line is power! amen, brother!

Posted by: ck at June 8, 2004 11:21 AM

if it says certified organic it almost certainly is, there are really strict regulations on it here in the states.

Posted by: bbr at June 8, 2004 11:22 AM

Posted by: blakestah at June 8, 2004 11:29 AM


Is that bolinas lagoon??

Posted by: high pressure at June 8, 2004 11:33 AM

All shark pictures are taken from the Avenues at Ocean Beach, within a few hundred yards of the shoreline. This time of year, with the stripers and salmon running close to shore, the large pinnipeds move in, and the landlord follows. It is not safe out there.

Posted by: blakestah at June 8, 2004 11:35 AM

Every cultivated plant and domesticated animal has already been genetically modified by man. Ever hear of a hybrid? What's the big deal. Plus, the evil corporations have a huge incentive to prevent their intellectual property from infecting neighboring tomato crops or whatever, they're not into giving it away for free you can be sure of that.

Posted by: von Frankenstein at June 8, 2004 11:39 AM

uh, thanks for the clarification. Sorry if we disclosed any s*c*e* spots.

Posted by: high pressure at June 8, 2004 11:39 AM

I know we had this debate yesterday...but since the media is still gourging itself on wall-to-wall reagan love-fest coverage, I feel we as progressive, intellegent and concerned citizen-surfers ought to take some time to remember exactly who died this weekend.

And so I present, coutesy of Nation writer David Corn,

"66 Things to Think About When Flying Into Reagan National Airport":

The firing of the air traffic controllers, winnable nuclear war, recallable nuclear missiles, trees that cause pollution, Elliott Abrams lying to Congress, ketchup as a vegetable, colluding with Guatemalan thugs, pardons for F.B.I. lawbreakers, voodoo economics, budget deficits, toasts to Ferdinand Marcos, public housing cutbacks, redbaiting the nuclear freeze movement, James Watt.

Getting cozy with Argentine fascist generals, tax credits for segregated schools, disinformation campaigns, 'homeless by choice,' Manuel Noriega, falling wages, the HUD scandal, air raids on Libya, 'constructive engagement' with apartheid South Africa, United States Information Agency blacklists of liberal speakers, attacks on OSHA and workplace safety, the invasion of Grenada, assassination manuals, Nancy's astrologer.

Drug tests, lie detector tests, Fawn Hall, female appointees (8 percent), mining harbors, the S&L scandal, 239 dead U.S. troops in Beirut, Al Haig 'in control,' silence on AIDS, food-stamp reductions, Debategate, White House shredding, Jonas Savimbi, tax cuts for the rich, 'mistakes were made.'

The list goes on. This was not a presidency to recall fondly.

Posted by: luke at June 8, 2004 11:42 AM

Old news on the sharks. I saw them out in front of VFDubs today just chillin.

They were drinking some 40's with a crew from Daly City. Looked like they were all packing and about to roll up on a posse of seals.

I think they were east side seals too! Lead was gonna fly for sure.

Off to Whole Foods to get my organic berries for lunch. I am thinking about chaining myself to the organic raspberries in protest of the Bio protests in SF. If someone tries to get thru me to the berries, I am going to throw a roma tomato at them I swear.

Perfect example of Genetics-Gone-Wild...

Posted by: Kaiser at June 8, 2004 11:46 AM


Yeah, I got a few waves that were fun. But I forgot to mention that I missed others because the #$%&*@ kelp got wrapped around my leash. The tide was so low on Sunday that I had to gingerly walk over the rocks and seaweed to keep from breaking my leg. Did I mention how hot it got? Saturday afternoon was pretty uncomfortable in our little cottage. I also got a nasty sunburn from all the surfing and picture taking so people at work were giving me the hat and sunscreen jokes. Also, traffic going through town was horrible a couple of times. And Rocky was sick and chucked his biscuits twice so my wife was very concerned. Remember that SC has a number of serious downsides!

p.s. There was also a big section setting up in the slot and some peeps ate kelp as a result.

Posted by: Bruce at June 8, 2004 11:47 AM

Who needs natural waves when you can have a bio engineered surfing expereince:

Posted by: 3to5setsof7 at June 8, 2004 11:52 AM

genetics are amazing. making biotech accessible could do wonderful things.

however most biotech is motivated by corporate profit

they don't make much money off of the seeds but rather off of the inputs that the modified seeds demand. farmers must buy more fertilizers and pesticides.

-these modified crops rarely yield a bigger harvest.

-they often hasten soil degradation and pollution because of greater fertilizer and pesticide use.

-the higher pesticide use kills off the most of the weeds and pests but leaves the ones with resistance. these multiply and require more pesticide use. nearby organic farms are ruined by these super pests.

-biotech crops are more expensive to farm and putting small farmers and poor countries at greater risk.

corporate biotech will not help farmers in africa unless it is driven by charity instead of profit making.

many scientists, activists and farmers who share this kind of information find themselves staring down monsanto's high power legal team. the information out there isn't free and equal.

Posted by: tubos at June 8, 2004 11:59 AM

Thanks Bruce, I feel a lot better now.
Actually, I love that last pic. It does not look like the usual comical/crunch wipeout shot. It looks like that surfer got RIPPED off his board and set up in perfect position position to get seriously GUILLOTINED by the descending lip.
blakestah - thanks for the reminder. It is NEVER safe at Ocean Beach. I've said it before and I'll say it again: hundreds of surfers are EATEN by sharks at Ocean Beach every year! This horrible fact is suppressed by the surf-industry's AXIS of EVIL, SURFER Magazine, CLARK FOAM and SurfTech. ;)

Posted by: Jimmie at June 8, 2004 12:17 PM

3to5setsof7 - I just injured myself, laughing so hard!

Posted by: Jimmie at June 8, 2004 12:21 PM

I am sick of all this speceism. Sharks are living creatures that need love too. Some animals just aren't as cute and cuddly as others but they all deserve love. The pics Stah put up are obviously of a shark that is crying out, " I need love!"

Posted by: mexisurf at June 8, 2004 12:28 PM

Here are some of my greatest hits!


Posted by: landlord at June 8, 2004 12:38 PM

waving goodbye to a dark-skinned old man wearing dark blue pants, a white collared shirt, and a straw hat riding his old bicycle down the muddy, brown, and hole-filled road, with the ninety degree tropical sun bearing down, burning in explosions of green upon the fields of grass and jungle, under the Matapalo blue sky...

shining pebbles
earth grey
in the river over the road,
in the bottom of a dip
with swirling branches and ants,
today is forests dripping cloud,
with ancient and slick wet stairs
leading down into the past.

I slide in and out of coconut palms,
in and out, in between,
and float off the shore upon the waves,
where I can see the mountains, and their jungle.
It is alive with all types of trees, and animals, and lizards,
birds coloring the green, birds flying inside the ocean.
The sky circles above like a radiant orb,
which captures all beneath it in Heaven.

Posted by: positive vibrations at June 8, 2004 12:39 PM

Did anybody hear about the genetically modified sharks munching biotech protesters in the fountains at Yerba Buena Gardens? Your tax dollars at work...

Blakestah, what did you do to get the shark pics to post properly? I tried the old img src="http:..." thing and it gave the red x boxes.

Posted by: hrothbart at June 8, 2004 12:51 PM

pacific vibrations.. thanks for the words.. they syncopated perfectly with the Keith Jarrett I'm listening to right now. fantastic. real. beautiful.

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 12:52 PM

Mexisurf is absolutely correct! In this most progressive of cities it is time to stand up for the rights of our gray friends. I propose a "Shark's Bill of Rights."

1. Displaying pictures of sharks with open jaws is sterotypical and demeaning. Each negative photo must be balanced with one of baby sharks frolicking in the ocean.

2. Reporting stories of those attacked by sharks is defammatory and should be minimized. Vision impaired and intellectually challenged, the poor shark mistakes an OB regular for a seal and takes a bite. Instantly he/she experiences the ungodly taste of Cafe Lattes, Corona Beer from the night before, and stinky weed from lunch break. Shark spits out surfer and we blame the poor creature? Unconscionable.

3. Accidently killing sharks in tuna nets is a crime. Tuna nets shall be made "shark friendly."

4. Instead of worrying about sharks, we should embrace them as friends. Young people should be encouraged to overcome their fears and swim in cold, deep water whenever possible. It's just like overcoming one's irrational fear of poodles.

5. At times, the food supply runs low for our wet friends. The Surfrider foundation should collect funds to dump chum lines, especially in locations like Steamer Lane.

Other suggestions?

Posted by: Bruce at June 8, 2004 12:58 PM

he looks friendly..

Posted by: bagel at June 8, 2004 01:08 PM

for those interested in learning more about some of the negatives of the biotech industry you can check out these events:


i'm looking forward to the costumes at the GEn3tIcA1ly MOdif1Ed StReEt P4RtY

here's a photo of some GMOs

Posted by: rza at June 8, 2004 01:15 PM

Seriously, no more pictures of the landlord:

Posted by: boner at June 8, 2004 01:20 PM

yeah.. less landlord.. more waves

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 01:27 PM

uhhgg. that shark attack page was gnarly. so so gnarly. c

as for biotech...

biotech smiotech. just wait till nanotech starts rearing its ugly head... i'll have to move to some distant atol and start talking to my vollyball.

as for organics.... do it. buy locally, recycle, compost, live as sustainably as you can and surf, smile and share the stoke.

Posted by: elias at June 8, 2004 01:28 PM

oh man, now someone dunnit, broke the landlord seal. that shit is so gnarl. i'll have to kill a chicken and dance around my computer evoking powerful incantations all day to purge "its" touch.

is it just me, or have people been really politically jazzed lately, more than normal? i'm all for GMHos, pimps and johns everywhere would be stoked.

well, to add to the fire:

farenheit 911 trailer

the hunting of the president

Posted by: gvibe7 at June 8, 2004 01:42 PM

actually that shark does look friendly.

but in local shark news 2 weeks ago a group of 20 surfers witnessed a seal get chomped just outside the surf zone at Rockaway....i've heard the story now 2 times and supposedly it was the main discussion around pacifica for the next week.

i don't know shit about bio tech so i'll leave that up to you guys...

Posted by: tom at June 8, 2004 01:50 PM

Just got notice that my house in Costa will be vacant at the end of the month. That means It's up for rent, anybody in need of a centrally located pad for a few weeks it'll be available anytime..

Posted by: mexisurf at June 8, 2004 01:57 PM

mexisurf, can you send me an email with some details about your place? thanks. three2fivesetsof7@yahoo.com

Posted by: 3to5setsof7 at June 8, 2004 01:59 PM

that shark attack page sucks! eeeeee. gnarly
how it says "recomend this page to friend" in big
happy lettering at the bottom. geez, I've got
the shivers.

Posted by: at June 8, 2004 02:04 PM

On another important note:
I'd like to personally thank all of you who have visited our "Wave of
Compassion" website and made a much appreciated donation to Surf Aid
International. We've been live about two weeks now and are really starting
to build some serious momentum. Our goal is to raise $100,000 US to
help the people of the Mentawai's - the best part about this fundraiser is
the fact that you have a very realistic chance of winning a trip to the
Mentawai's yourself; have the entire thing covered by Surfer Magazine,
and you get to surf with four genuinely nice, intelligent, and
compassionate surfers, David Rastovich, Strider Wasilewski, Ben Bourgeois, and
Jason Bogle.

I would love to see more of you get involved; if you enjoy these surf
reports I'm positive you'll enjoy the Wave of Compassion website. For
more information please visit: www.waveofcompassion.org/indexcolor.html

Posted by: at June 8, 2004 02:05 PM

I did my civic duty of drawing sharks away from others by imitating a hapless, flailing mammal for a couple of hours at uber-secret spot codename Ram Adnil from 11-1. Surfable! I stayed at one end to be in the wind shadow (SW wind). The surf there was reasonably organized; not all chopped up like OB. Infrequent big outside closeout sets, lots of littler closeouts in the middle, or you could grab inside closeout reforms if you wanted. Just a few others out, so no battles for the closeouts (well, they didn't ALL close out right away, but . . .). It'd been since Friday, so it was nice just to get wet and grab a little EXTREME THREE-FOOT CLOSEOUT ACTION.

Posted by: Klooless Kook at June 8, 2004 02:12 PM

hey goodvibe-

that 9/11 trailer is some dark shit man! If people only knew. Wow, fucked up shit.

Posted by: sf at June 8, 2004 02:13 PM

That's it... I'm taking up kiteboarding. See you all in September.

Posted by: dano at June 8, 2004 02:44 PM

BBR... btw, that pic is resickulous

As a reminder:

Posted by: dano at June 8, 2004 02:46 PM


exploding whale

Posted by: at June 8, 2004 02:57 PM

okay here's more:

Posted by: bbr at June 8, 2004 02:57 PM

wow....glassy.....the equal and opposite reaction of the conditions we're currently experiencing....

hopefully all of our windful suffering will bring waves to some wave starved individuals across the pacific...

Posted by: j at June 8, 2004 03:17 PM

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 03:20 PM

deeeeaaaammmm!!...e...that orange/brown-hued, pitchin' A-frame shot is sooooo fine!! i can't stop lookin' at it! of course, as per Reality Check's comment on bbr's shot, without a point of reference i can't decide if i'd kill to be there...or get killed being there! hmmm...maybe the uncertainty is part of the shot's alure...

Posted by: ck at June 8, 2004 03:44 PM

word ck.. that photo is tight. i like the shot above it too. perfect right point break.. i'm down.

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 03:53 PM

ahhh...that'd be "allure". shiet...i'm a shitty typ-r!

Posted by: ck at June 8, 2004 03:53 PM

am i crazy or could that guy in the sequence shot have pulled in instead of pulling out? not that i would have or anything..

Posted by: bagel at June 8, 2004 03:56 PM

i think he probably would've been crushed.. but.. there's a chance he could've pulled it, especially on the boogie.

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 04:12 PM

he definitely should have pulled in

Posted by: bbr at June 8, 2004 04:33 PM

art brewer shots (from allaboutsurf.com)

Posted by: e at June 8, 2004 05:05 PM

thats my favorite kind of pulling in, you allready have barely any speed so no need to really stall, which i have issues with, just get in there apply pressure..


Posted by: bagel at June 8, 2004 05:09 PM

aaaw yeah cheyne horan makes me happy..

Posted by: bagel at June 8, 2004 05:14 PM

My wife informs me that I must go to Costa Rica this summer and take care of the property. "But honey I'm going north for two weeks, then we're going to Africa, When will I find the time?" "OK honey maybe I'll only go north for ten days and that will leave me 10 days for Costa" ARE YOU FUCKIN KIDDING! Life is good..... So fucking good.

Posted by: mexisurf at June 8, 2004 05:30 PM

Mexi, feel free to let me know if you need someone to help make sure the fence posts are appropriately spaced apart.

Or if you need me to clear some leaves from the 30 yard parimeter.

Where is your house located?

Posted by: Kaiser at June 8, 2004 05:46 PM

That laser zap or whatever it is - is just so pig-butt-ugly tho it looks like it would just rip..

Posted by: bad breath todd at June 8, 2004 06:07 PM

A friend of mine had a McCoy he brought back from Oz that had a strange oversized big butt on it too, and it would make this weird loud humming sound when he rode the thing. Strange board, but he seemed to like it..

Posted by: bad breath todd at June 8, 2004 06:12 PM

sc was blingin yesterday. offshores everywhere on the east sizide

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