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Surfer Classifieds
06/18/19 08:11 PM
redid craigslist posting since I'm too dumb to post pics on here.

6'11"x 19.5'x2.5"

I don't like the board that much for surfing, looked good on my wall for a while.
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Surfer Discussion
06/18/19 08:04 PM
I live on Oahu,,,,long story of why I was in Texas, but if you find yourself in Dallas or Austin, its worth the 1.5 hr drive. I did 7 sessions over a 4 day period. All expert sessions, and incredibly fun. I follow the BSR Instagram, and there seems to be an infinite amount of settings, and the wave is constantly evolving. I understand private sessions can get all kinds of crazy settings.
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06/18/19 07:44 PM
Originally Posted by squidley
Originally Posted by the janitor
Originally Posted by 1whoknows
People talk about criticism of trump as a syndrome. Does that also apply to criticism of other elected officials?

Sure, but it had interesting variations :

Yeah, how long had Obama been in office when he got the Nobel Prize? Two weeks?

.....ODS, Obama Derangement Syndrome.

your muslim birther shit is the pinnacle of ODS idiocy
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06/18/19 07:43 PM
look at the absolute clown car of appointees this guy has had...

say what you will about career politicians, at least they can get legislation enacted.
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06/18/19 06:22 PM
Gee, I wonder what kind of stuff he follows online?
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06/18/19 05:46 PM
Originally Posted by Kento
Originally Posted by BillyOcean
Heisman is one famous alumnus of oberlin, but not the MOST famous

I presenteth:

I hereby nominate ifallalot as Cunnilingus Laureate at Oberlin College.


This is a pretty interesting case. The admins really played fast & loose with the racism accusation & helped to whip the kids into a frenzy. It seems like they think they think that nothing is off the table and are incapable of humility or self-reflection when it comes to whatever their notion of social justice is that day. What's really revealing is that between the compensatory and punitive stages of the trial (after being found guilty) the college president sent out an email blast pretty much refusing to acknowledge the verdict computer foreheadslap bricks and Oberlin paid dearly for it. As the SJWs are fond of reminding everyone, free speech has its consequences...

What's really interesting is that the colleges that double down on the social justice policies (microaggressions, safe spaces, trigger warnings, deplatforming etc) are the places that have by far the most problems with student governance & suffer from bad PR: Berkeley, Oberlin, Mizzou, Yale, Evergreen, etc. A self-destructive monster of their own design.
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Surfer Classifieds
06/18/19 05:43 PM
Sold!!! cheers
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06/18/19 04:56 PM
Originally Posted by heelnipstr
I wonder if some gov regulation would avoid some future deaths. Nah, ...

I'd wager that poisoning guests is already illegal in the DR
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Surfer Discussion
06/18/19 04:25 PM
Summer time allows me a lot of time to read instead of grade papers, last summer Blood Meridian and the Monkey Wrench Gang were two of my favorites.
A student gave me Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter on the last day of school, almost done, wouldn't really recommend it but it was interesting. Got some barnes and noble gift cards from students so I ordered "Native Moments" a story about some surfers in Costa Rica. and Hotel Honolulu. Gonna grab East of Eden from the local library too.

i've mentioned before but my all time favorite author is Peter Matthiesson. At Play in the Fields of the Lord is brilliant, and Far Tortuga is my favorite about the last years of the Turtle fisheries in the Caribbean, its is kind of hard at the start to figure out who is talking but if you go slow and pay attention you catch on to the characters "Speedy" is my favorite. some of my friends tried to read it but couldn't get into it.

Also all you florida boys should read his trilogy about Florida. Killing Mr. Watson I think was the first, great books.
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Design Forum
06/18/19 04:18 PM
Originally Posted by grg
Originally Posted by MrDobalina
Originally Posted by grendel95

This thing looks pretty cool

The guy that was made for lives down my street. Him and SS are very good friends....And he is not a big guy

I reckon it's plenty for me, I'm 5'11" 190-200.

just a little more than I'm willing to pay right now.
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Surfer Discussion
06/18/19 04:12 PM
Got me where I am today!
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Surfer Classifieds
06/18/19 03:59 PM
Like New (used twice) - $45.00 plus $5 shipping within US.

From NVS website:

The Apex JL Thruster surfboard fin is a medium sized template, available in both FCS and Futures base. A highly functional template designed to cover a wide range of conditions and surfing styles. With more surface area than the NV-5.2s the JL's will provide increased drive and control down the line and through turns without feeling rigid. We thinned out the trailing edge and tip of this template ensuring plenty of release when desired. One of our most progressive, versatile thruster sets.

We're releasing the JL thruster fins in our Apex Series construction; made with a solid piece of precision foiled G10 fiberglass for the ultimate in performance and durability.The combination of highly durable material and precision foiling yield a fin that is stronger and has a more ideal flex pattern than your traditional honeycomb or composite fins.

G10 is made by compressing layers of fiberglass and epoxy resin and baking it an autoclave to have the maximum strength of any fiberglass available.

Size: Medium - Large
Weight Range: 145 - 195 lbs / 65 - 88 kg
Base: 4.35 inch / 11.0 cm
Height: 4.56 inch / 11.6 cm
Area: 15.12 sq inch / 97.5 sq cm
Sweep: 34.1 degrees
Foil: Flat SeriesIII
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Design Forum
06/18/19 03:29 PM
Originally Posted by Racer1
Considering that he's riding this board at his height (or longer) and it's that wide in the nose, it looks fishy to me.

Agreed. For a CT level board this one has ears.
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Surfer Discussion
06/18/19 03:27 PM
Originally Posted by laidback
Zion looked great against 18-19 year old boys
Let's see how he does against Men

Zion is 6'7", 285......not many men in the nba are that big at 20.
He will dominate most in his position.

Can he shoot free throws in the nba consistently will be the real question.

Look at Giannis Antetokounmpo in that last series, one of the best in the NBA but you can NOT have the ball in his hands at the end of a close game because he couldn't shoot free throws.
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06/18/19 02:32 PM
Kashuv - OUT
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Surfer Classifieds
06/18/19 08:10 AM
Hobie Vintage 6’7” Peter Daniels Model Double Bump Single Fin Surfboard On Ebay
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06/18/19 07:09 AM
daily bombshells still not enough to get him elected.

At least Andrew Yang has an idea.
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Surfer Classifieds
06/18/19 04:25 AM
How'd you like it? Seems like a good deal.
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06/18/19 12:40 AM
331 tweets from Trumby about Iran since 2011.

I'm beginning to think maybe he has an agenda.

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Surfer Discussion
06/17/19 11:15 PM
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06/17/19 11:01 PM
Originally Posted by grapedrink
Originally Posted by Surfdog
People fly Cessna's all the time to commute and some are 50 years old. How many do you see crash every month compared to cars on the road?

LOL, false equivalency much? How many Cessnas are operated daily compared to cars? Plus, you can't compare a car crash to a plane crash. Most car crashes don't effect pedestrians and off road infrastructure. A flying car crash in an a suburban and especially urban environment has a very high probability of landing on humans and/or buildings. Once a large portion of the public is in flying cars, the probability of accidents and equipment failure goes up dramatically.

Seriously. The level of retardation is already horrible. To the point a license purge of at least a couple million in CA alone is necessary. And those same people in the air? It would be like 2,000 instances a day like Denzel in Flight but with far less skills.

As far as equipment failure goes, getting rid of a lot of the computerization (mind you, not instrumentation) would have to happen. Way too buggy and I am at the point of considering every car made after 2000 to be a lemon because of it. So many glitches in every car I've driven and I consider cars made in 80s and 90s to be far more reliable than ones today. Remember when you could play the stereo in accessory mode for more than 15 minutes without the battery dying?

Of course I say the same thing about smartphones. Samsung vs Moto vs Apple? They all suck and are completely unreliable. I've never had one that didn't start crashing multiple times a day within a few months of owning it. And I don't even do anything that special with them.

Our biggest problem is that we seem to value bells and whistles more than actual functionality and reliability.
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06/17/19 10:59 PM
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Surfer Discussion
06/17/19 09:31 PM
Originally Posted by Clayster
Were they intending to put a concrete bottom in it?

They never intended to build it.

They believed their own hype and were fishing for investors.
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06/17/19 09:11 PM
If so, how?

And if all the manufacturing were to return to the Do we have the infrastructure? Do we have the workforce? Do we have the ability and willingness to pay WAY more for virtually everything?
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Travel Forum
06/17/19 09:10 PM
Went to Kauai (6 nights) and Oahu (4 nights) on my honeymoon. Some Husband & Wife activities that should work for you both, and will still put you in the water / near the surf on Oahu are as follows:

1) Sharks Cove on the North Shore just before Ehukai is a well known snorkel spot.

2) Went to go snorkel and hang out at Hanauma Bay, but it was closed on Tuesday with the gate to the area locked. Supposed to be another great snorkel spot and looks like a cool Beach / Bay:

3) Hike Diamond Head. Don't be like the idiots who come in their cheap rubber sandals with no water. The trail gets steep and rocky and pretty hot up there as the crater blocks the wind. The views from the top are worth it and its good excercise.

4) SUP or go Longboarding off Waikiki (Fours, Threes, Canoes, Queens, etc.) Even if your wife doesnt surf, it should be mellow enough that you can paddle out together and just hang out on the boards / in the water.
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