Discussion:
A SoCal Remember When ...
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Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-01-31 04:01:08 UTC
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In no particular order.

Remember ...

When fins were called skegs?

And when boards didn't have one skeg, let alone three?

When guys still rode paddleboards?

When the only difference between surfboard wax and preserving wax was
the sand?

When the guy who made the surf movie ran the projector and narrated it
with a microphone that sometimes worked?

When most the photos in a surf mag were b&w?

When there were no surf mags?

When Paddleboard Cove was a premier surfing spot?

When you could surf at Dana Point, Ballona Creek, Hubbyland, POP,
Lighthouse and Hendry's?

When no one but divers wore wetsuits?

When no one at all had leashes.

When no one bothered to lock their car?

When Eddie Sullivan knew that nobody bothered to lock their car?

When Tennis Shoe Ernie did the rock dance with a smile on his face?

When the body in the shorebreak was usually Mitch the Masochist?

When you could always find a place to park at Windansea?

When you could always find a place to park on the PCH right in front
of Malibu and Rincon?

When Vince Moorehouse ruled at Huntington Beach Pier?

When no one but kooks surfed Huntington Cliffs"

When Seal Beach banned surfing?

When MSD's girlfriend squatted on his chest?

When there was just one traffic light on the PCH between Topanga and
Oxnard?

When there were NO traffic lights on the PCH between Santa Monica and
Santa Barbara?

When the PCH was called the Roosevelt Highway?

When Buzzy Trent was a lifeguard at State Beach?

What the Cocksmen's club was?

When LAPD cop, Bob Ernst got in trouble for throwing a board in his
patrol car and rushing, red lights and siren from West LA down to the
Lighthouse for a surf?

When you could drive from Palos Verdes to Hope Ranch without ever
leaving the coast?

When bottle caps were flipped before, during and after surf films?

When wearing a Pendleton shirt with your jeans and white Penny's
T-shirt was the height of winter fashion?

When you could find a good place to hide your car and sneak in to surf
Cotton's, Trestle's an Church?

When Hussongs was not full of turistas?

When you could buy anything your little heart desired at any pharmacia
in Tijuana?

When a kilo brick of da good kine da kine cost under $100?

When there were only waves at Hollywood-by-the-Sea?

When there were beach huts at Windansea, Malibu and Little Dume?

When lifeguards surfed and surfers lifeguarded?

When the Malibu Inn was full of CHP cops, drunks, surfers, pancakes
and photos of the stars?

When waves were shared between friends?

When ... ?


(Where's Mr Tube when you need him ...?)



"Thousand friends too few, one enemy, one too many." - Charlie Chan

********

The art & the artists of New Zealand's Tutukaka Coast: <http://www.earthsea.co.nz>
Wax-up and drop-in of Surfing's Golden Years: <http://www.surfwriter.net>
Awe F'shore
2004-01-31 04:45:54 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When ... ?
The Marina Palace at PCh & 1st in Seal Beach?

When abalone were plentiful?

When a boat ran aground in the mouth of the San Gabriel river and was left
there to decay, creating a sandbar with an awesome wave?

When Broadway St. ran from Long Beach to Seal Beach over the bay?

Surfside jetty?

Parking along PCH at Huntington Cliffs?

When Thousand Steps was a nude/private beach and a secret spot?

When Dana Point was?

When Wedge was just bodysurfers and an occasional fiberglass bodyboard or
kneeboard?

When bodysurfing breaks weren't full of sponges?

The Golden Bear in Huntington?

The power plant in Seal Beach?

Five finger lids for 10 bucks?

When the road in baja was mostly dirt?

The Pike in Long Beach?

Rainbow Pier in Long Beach?

Waves in Long Beach?

More?

Good thread Robert!
Awe
John4Surf
2004-01-31 07:27:38 UTC
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More?
Lobster at Puerto Nueva were only $2 for small, $4 for large in the people's
homes?

Sand between Fletcher's Cove and Swami's

Passing cards would 'thumbs up' or 'thumbs down' to an oncoming car had boards
on the roof

A few 'legends' got ratted out regarding the dope inside their boards at the TJ
crossing
Gleshna
2004-01-31 16:22:28 UTC
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"Awe F'shore"
When Dana Point was?
I last surfed it circa 1961.

When...

There was no damned pier in Ocean Beach, SD that ruined the "Off the Rocks"
left.

When Highway One was THE north-south route in San Diego county.

When short boards were something for short people.

When the words "sea wall" were not part of North San Diego county.

When Novaks sold Bombers.

When a brand new Hobie cost an outrageous $120.

The day that Highway 5 was one long Marine convoy from Pendleton to San Diego.
Marines in trucks as far as the eye could see north or south.

When Phil Edwards was "the best surfer in the world."

When Petey(sp?) became the youngest surfer to ride Wamiea Bay and it was in a
surf movie.

When riding the Pipeline was a rumor.

When running to the nose and crashing was considered great surf footage.

The Quasimoto. ( for extra points, name the surfer and the issue )




Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-01-31 20:56:17 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
The Quasimoto. ( for extra points, name the surfer and the issue )
Surfer: mongoose

Issue: Whether or not GWB lied before or after he knew there were no
WMD.



*******

"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials

********

The art & the artists of New Zealand's Tutukaka Coast: <http://www.earthsea.co.nz>
Wax-up and drop-in of Surfing's Golden Years: <http://www.surfwriter.net>
Awe F'shore
2004-01-31 22:28:26 UTC
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When?
When there was more plankton than plastic in the sea?
Gleshna
2004-02-01 00:15:06 UTC
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"Awe F'shore"
When?
When there was more plankton than plastic in the sea?
HA! Weak.


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
Awe F'shore
2004-02-01 02:42:16 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
"Awe F'shore"
When?
When there was more plankton than plastic in the sea?
HA! Weak.
No. Weekend.
Gleshna
2004-02-01 00:14:19 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Gleshna
The Quasimoto. ( for extra points, name the surfer and the issue )
Surfer: mongoose
Issue: Whether or not GWB lied before or after he knew there were no
WMD.
Robert Feigel
Buzzz. Sorry no extra points for you.


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-02-01 00:29:15 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Gleshna
The Quasimoto. ( for extra points, name the surfer and the issue )
Surfer: mongoose
Issue: Whether or not GWB lied before or after he knew there were no
WMD.
Robert Feigel
Buzzz. Sorry no extra points for you.
Come on ... not even a half a point for Mongoose?


*******

"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials

********

The art & the artists of New Zealand's Tutukaka Coast: <http://www.earthsea.co.nz>
Wax-up and drop-in of Surfing's Golden Years: <http://www.surfwriter.net>
Gleshna
2004-02-02 05:48:41 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Robert Feigel
Come on ... not even a half a point for Mongoose?
NO! Some things either ARE or ARE NOT. Think of pregnancy. Have ever heard of
a half pregnant rabbit?


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-02-02 06:03:41 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Robert Feigel
Come on ... not even a half a point for Mongoose?
NO! Some things either ARE or ARE NOT. Think of pregnancy. Have ever heard of
a half pregnant rabbit?
No ... come to think of it I have never heard of 'a half pregnant
rabbit'. But if I had, I'd sure as hell give it half a point! b


*******

"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials

********

The art & the artists of New Zealand's Tutukaka Coast: <http://www.earthsea.co.nz>
Wax-up and drop-in of Surfing's Golden Years: <http://www.surfwriter.net>
td
2004-02-02 16:06:16 UTC
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On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 19:03:41 +1300, "Robert Feigel (aka Bob)"
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Robert Feigel
Come on ... not even a half a point for Mongoose?
NO! Some things either ARE or ARE NOT. Think of pregnancy. Have ever heard of
a half pregnant rabbit?
No ... come to think of it I have never heard of 'a half pregnant
rabbit'. But if I had, I'd sure as hell give it half a point! b
*******
"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials
Im only curious. Why you quote nazis in your signature. Is there a
significance to that or a random quote of the day or ?
td
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-02-02 19:57:58 UTC
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Post by td
On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 19:03:41 +1300, "Robert Feigel (aka Bob)"
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Robert Feigel
Come on ... not even a half a point for Mongoose?
NO! Some things either ARE or ARE NOT. Think of pregnancy. Have ever heard of
a half pregnant rabbit?
No ... come to think of it I have never heard of 'a half pregnant
rabbit'. But if I had, I'd sure as hell give it half a point! b
*******
"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials
Im only curious. Why you quote nazis in your signature. Is there a
significance to that or a random quote of the day or ?
td
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.

And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b



*******

"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials

********

The art & the artists of New Zealand's Tutukaka Coast: <http://www.earthsea.co.nz>
Wax-up and drop-in of Surfing's Golden Years: <http://www.surfwriter.net>
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-02 20:25:44 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by td
On Mon, 02 Feb 2004 19:03:41 +1300, "Robert Feigel (aka Bob)"
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Robert Feigel
Come on ... not even a half a point for Mongoose?
NO! Some things either ARE or ARE NOT. Think of pregnancy. Have ever heard of
a half pregnant rabbit?
No ... come to think of it I have never heard of 'a half pregnant
rabbit'. But if I had, I'd sure as hell give it half a point! b
*******
"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials
Im only curious. Why you quote nazis in your signature. Is there a
significance to that or a random quote of the day or ?
td
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.
And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b
You are beginning to sound like a gathering threat ;)

--------------------------------------
Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
Gleshna
2004-02-03 00:29:16 UTC
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When guys started skateboarding on two by fours and lots of sisters wondered
why they could not find their street skates.


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
shaft®
2004-02-03 01:19:42 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
You are beginning to sound like a gathering threat ;)
More like a sad old alcoholic looking for a bottle of
booze in a dime store.
shaft®
2004-02-02 20:30:08 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.
And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b
You got a little constipation today, pops?
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-02-02 20:44:29 UTC
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Post by shaft®
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.
And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b
You got a little constipation today, pops?
Don't worry Shafthole, I would never enter into a battle of wits with
an unarmed man. b



*******

"The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.
That is easy. All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked,
and denounce the peacemakers for lack of patriotism and exposing the
country to danger. It works the same in any country."
- Herman Goering (second in command to
Adolph Hitler ) at the Nuremberg War Trials

********

The art & the artists of New Zealand's Tutukaka Coast: <http://www.earthsea.co.nz>
Wax-up and drop-in of Surfing's Golden Years: <http://www.surfwriter.net>
SKIPPER
2004-02-02 22:09:48 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by shaft®
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.
And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b
You got a little constipation today, pops?
Don't worry Shafthole, I would never enter into a battle of wits with
an unarmed man. b
ybob, don't enter a battle of wits with a fool - he'll drag you
down to his level and beat you with experience. Goering's
philosophy was and is a tru-ism that speaks for itself.

-PA
td
2004-02-02 23:53:33 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.
And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b
Goering's
philosophy was and is a tru-ism that speaks for itself.
And that is exactly what it is, a Tru-ism. Not a "cynical ruse", not
"Goering's philosophy" or even a "boast". Just because a once Nazi
said it and Bob applied it out of context in an effort to appear
pseudo-intellectual does not minimalize the truth behind the words.

Imagine if our county were under a threat of attack, the leaders
rallied the populace in the name of self preservation and the so
called "peace makers" resisted that call. We should heed a frickin
Nazi instead? Does this give the tru-ism more credibility?

Bob seems to suggest that there is some kind of nobility in laying
down for a tummy rub because of a Nazi quote.

td
SKIPPER
2004-02-03 04:06:42 UTC
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Post by td
And that is exactly what it is, a Tru-ism. Not a "cynical ruse", not
"Goering's philosophy" or even a "boast". Just because a once Nazi
said it and Bob applied it out of context in an effort to appear
pseudo-intellectual does not minimalize the truth behind the words.
Imagine if our county were under a threat of attack, the leaders
rallied the populace in the name of self preservation and the so
called "peace makers" resisted that call. We should heed a frickin
Nazi instead? Does this give the tru-ism more credibility?
It acts as a sort of wake up call, when you see a strategy employed by
our nations leaders that was once employed by a notorious past
group of leaders for the same reason.

It kinda suggests that Nazis and the US government are manipulating
their popular support in similar ways. And if you find that offensive,
maybe you should explore those ideas a little more, to see if there is
more there than you'd previously realized. I am genuinely scared about
the potential path our government may take.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/gate/archive/2004/01/26/hsorensen.DTL

-PA
shaft®
2004-02-03 04:23:30 UTC
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Post by SKIPPER
It kinda suggests that Nazis and the US government are manipulating
their popular support in similar ways. And if you find that offensive,
maybe you should explore those ideas a little more, to see if there is
more there than you'd previously realized. I am genuinely scared about
the potential path our government may take.
Dude you are genuinely scared about unpastuerized milk, range fed
beef and just about any thing else in the news.

I suggest you turn off the TV and find something to do to build your
self esteem.
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-03 17:44:00 UTC
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Post by shaft®
Post by SKIPPER
It kinda suggests that Nazis and the US government are manipulating
their popular support in similar ways. And if you find that offensive,
maybe you should explore those ideas a little more, to see if there is
more there than you'd previously realized. I am genuinely scared about
the potential path our government may take.
Dude you are genuinely scared about unpastuerized milk, range fed
beef and just about any thing else in the news.
I suggest you turn off the TV and find something to do to build your
self esteem.
Personally, I was surprised to read that you were feeding on range fed
beef. Always thought of you as the original "survivor-hunter" that would
be seeking out wild game (truly "range fed") such as elk, pronghorn, mule
deer or whatever large stock roams your wildnerness. After preparing your
game in the wild you would proceed to make your own sushi cuts and age the
rest of the beef in a specially manufactured house of slats germane to
your region, in a special "smoke" house. NOT???

--------------------------------------
Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
shaft®
2004-02-03 18:51:00 UTC
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<***@rodndtube.com> wrote
Personally, I was surprised to read that you were feeding on range fed
beef. Always thought of you as the original "survivor-hunter" that would
be seeking out wild game (truly "range fed") such as elk, pronghorn, mule
deer or whatever large stock roams your wildnerness. After preparing your
game in the wild you would proceed to make your own sushi cuts and age the
rest of the beef in a specially manufactured house of slats germane to
your region, in a special "smoke" house. NOT???

Sorry to disrupt your fantsasy life.

I do shoot and eat grouse whenever they cross my path and I am armed.
corbeau
2004-02-04 00:11:36 UTC
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In article <***@corp.supernews.com>, ***@da_pad.com
says...
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Personally, I was surprised to read that you were feeding on range fed
beef. Always thought of you as the original "survivor-hunter" that would
be seeking out wild game (truly "range fed") such as elk, pronghorn, mule
deer or whatever large stock roams your wildnerness. After preparing your
game in the wild you would proceed to make your own sushi cuts and age the
rest of the beef in a specially manufactured house of slats germane to
your region, in a special "smoke" house. NOT???
Sorry to disrupt your fantsasy life.
I do shoot and eat grouse whenever they cross my path and I am armed.
I saw a bigass bird on backway to CB last year. If the kids hadn't been
in the back, I'd have been tempted to pull out the Glock...

C.
--
-mea culpa and fuggoff in advance
Turby
2004-02-04 04:20:45 UTC
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Post by corbeau
I saw a bigass bird on backway to CB last year. If the kids hadn't been
in the back, I'd have been tempted to pull out the Glock...
Vultures aren't the best eating fowl.

Turby the Turbosurfer
corbeau
2004-02-04 04:32:37 UTC
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Post by Turby
Post by corbeau
I saw a bigass bird on backway to CB last year. If the kids hadn't been
in the back, I'd have been tempted to pull out the Glock...
Vultures aren't the best eating fowl.
Turby the Turbosurfer
I wouldn't know. The bigass bird in question was a plump grouse sitting
about 10 feet off the side of a back road. I stopped and showed the
kids while the grouse just looked back, same as the half-jillion
blacktails running around that spot.

I was kidding about the Glock though. Not having it (I did) but about
seriously thinking about shooting a bird on the ground.

C.
--
-she ain't revved til the rods is thrown
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 00:17:32 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Personally, I was surprised to read that you were feeding on range fed
beef. Always thought of you as the original "survivor-hunter" that would
be seeking out wild game (truly "range fed") such as elk, pronghorn, mule
deer or whatever large stock roams your wildnerness. After preparing your
game in the wild you would proceed to make your own sushi cuts and age th=
e
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
rest of the beef in a specially manufactured house of slats germane to
your region, in a special "smoke" house. NOT???
Sorry to disrupt your fantsasy life.
I do shoot and eat grouse whenever they cross my path and I am armed.
That's so manly and carniverous of you! A grouse! Bigger than a mouse
but a hoof it has not. Keep stoking your own fantasies of being an
original meat eater!

--------------------------------------
Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
shaft®
2004-02-04 02:12:28 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
That's so manly and carniverous of you! A grouse! Bigger than a mouse
but a hoof it has not. Keep stoking your own fantasies of being an
original meat eater!
How many bags of fritos did you shoot and eat on superbowl sunday?
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 04:33:08 UTC
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Post by shaft®
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
That's so manly and carniverous of you! A grouse! Bigger than a mouse
but a hoof it has not. Keep stoking your own fantasies of being an
original meat eater!
How many bags of fritos did you shoot and eat on superbowl sunday?
Not many... didn't really matter since I barfed upon seeing your gf's
titty! BTW, make those organically cultured doritos with REAL Cheese,
home grown jalap peppers and organic white onions.

LOL, just shot a 'possum!

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
corbeau
2004-02-04 05:07:11 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Post by shaft®
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
That's so manly and carniverous of you! A grouse! Bigger than a mouse
but a hoof it has not. Keep stoking your own fantasies of being an
original meat eater!
How many bags of fritos did you shoot and eat on superbowl sunday?
Not many... didn't really matter since I barfed upon seeing your gf's
titty! BTW, make those organically cultured doritos with REAL Cheese,
home grown jalap peppers and organic white onions.
LOL, just shot a 'possum!
--------------------------------------
Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
Rod, you're showing your ignorance again...

No one shoots possums, waste of a cartridge. Tree him with dawgs and
put 'im in a heavy sack and take 'im home. Then you pen 'im up for a
week or so feedin 'im corn and table scraps to clean all the car'n out.
When yer ready to eat 'im, bash his brains out with an axe handle while
he's a hissin at yer. Gut, skin, boil then bake with sweet potatoes.
Meat looks somethin like pork but greasier.

I've never eaten one but for a previous generation of my family, it was
a meal for special occassions.

C.
--
-she ain't revved til the rods is thrown
doc
2004-02-04 10:10:30 UTC
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"corbeau" <***@corvidsRus.com> wrote in message news:***@news.supernews.com...

No one shoots possums, waste of a cartridge. Tree him with dawgs and
put 'im in a heavy sack and take 'im home. Then you pen 'im up for a
week or so feedin 'im corn and table scraps to clean all the car'n out.
When yer ready to eat 'im, bash his brains out with an axe handle while
he's a hissin at yer. Gut, skin, boil then bake with sweet potatoes.
Meat looks somethin like pork but greasier.

I've never eaten one but for a previous generation of my family, it was
a meal for special occassions.

I can highly recommend raccoon, slow roasted. Especially one that's been
living on chicken and orchard drops. A little slippery, kinda like the best
pork.

Oh, and for that nagging grouse problem, may I suggest one of these:
Loading Image... Handles nice, reliable.

bon appetit
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 13:15:30 UTC
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That's so manly and carniverous of you! A grouse! Bigger than a mo=
use
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Post by shaft®
but a hoof it has not. Keep stoking your own fantasies of being an
original meat eater!
How many bags of fritos did you shoot and eat on superbowl sunday?
Not many... didn't really matter since I barfed upon seeing your gf's
titty! BTW, make those organically cultured doritos with REAL Cheese,
home grown jalap peppers and organic white onions.
LOL, just shot a 'possum!
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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
Rod, you're showing your ignorance again...
No one shoots possums, waste of a cartridge. Tree him with dawgs and
put 'im in a heavy sack and take 'im home. Then you pen 'im up for a
week or so feedin 'im corn and table scraps to clean all the car'n out.
When yer ready to eat 'im, bash his brains out with an axe handle while
he's a hissin at yer. Gut, skin, boil then bake with sweet potatoes.
Meat looks somethin like pork but greasier.
I've never eaten one but for a previous generation of my family, it was
a meal for special occassions.
C.
--
-she ain't revved til the rods is thrown
There you go, Spanky... you're all set for a Strait Bake!

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
Foon
2004-02-03 18:43:32 UTC
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Personally, I was surprised to read that you were feeding on range fed
beef. Always thought of you as the original "survivor-hunter" that would
be seeking out wild game (truly "range fed") such as elk, pronghorn, mule
deer or whatever large stock roams your wildnerness. After preparing your
game in the wild you would proceed to make your own sushi cuts and age the
rest of the beef in a specially manufactured house of slats germane to
your region, in a special "smoke" house. NOT???
Don't forget the double no-fat REAL MILK latte and finger sandwiches.

-Foon

"A pessimist is a man who thinks all women are bad. An optimist is a man who
hopes they are." -Chauncey Depew

"When asked by an anthropologist what the indians called America before the
white man came, and indian said simply, "Ours." -Vine Deloria
shaft®
2004-02-04 16:45:26 UTC
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Post by Foon
Don't forget the double no-fat REAL MILK latte
Yesterday's coffee drink.

Try a double tall bitter goat...
Turby
2004-02-04 18:43:40 UTC
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Post by Foon
Don't forget the double no-fat REAL MILK latte
Yesterday's coffee drink.
Try a double tall bitter goat...
Did I hear an old goat offer a pint of bitter?

Turby the Turbosurfer
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 20:47:42 UTC
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Post by shaft®
Post by Foon
Don't forget the double no-fat REAL MILK latte
Yesterday's coffee drink.
Try a double tall bitter goat...
Did I hear an old goat offer a pint of bitter?
Turby the Turbosurfer
Don't go there, Turby... the old goat is a lecher.

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 20:45:58 UTC
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Post by Foon
Don't forget the double no-fat REAL MILK latte
Yesterday's coffee drink.
Try a double tall bitter goat...
I prefer the stout... how about you?
http://www.goatbeer.com.au/index.php?option=3Ddisplaypage&Itemid=3D57&op=3D=
page&SubMenu=3D

Better yet is our local Oyster Stout...

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
shaft®
2004-02-04 21:00:09 UTC
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I prefer the stout... how about you?
http://www.goatbeer.com.au/index.php?option=displaypage&Itemid=57&op=page&SubMenu=

Looks good but was referring to 2 shots of spo in a slurry of 70
chocolate and fresh goat's milk...
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Better yet is our local Oyster Stout...
Don't you owe me some sort of berverage for showing up in the PNW
and doing everything within your power to avoid hooking up with the
locals?
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 22:10:31 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
I prefer the stout... how about you?
http://www.goatbeer.com.au/index.php?option=3Ddisplaypage&Itemid=3D57&op=
=3Dpage&SubMenu=3D
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Looks good but was referring to 2 shots of spo in a slurry of 70
chocolate and fresh goat's milk...
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Better yet is our local Oyster Stout...
Don't you owe me some sort of berverage for showing up in the PNW
and doing everything within your power to avoid hooking up with the
locals?
Let's get this strait... do you think I owe you some sort of beverage for
showing up in the PNW or for not seeing any of yAS'll while I was there?
BTW, just for the record, I did leave a sample of REAL PEE for ya on the
corner of Union and 6th.

If you care to treat Corbeau and I for a round in March let me know.

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
shaft®
2004-02-04 22:38:22 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Let's get this strait... do you think I owe you some sort of beverage for
showing up in the PNW or for not seeing any of yAS'll while I was there?
You owe me a beverage for doing everything in your power to evade any
and all PNW locals on your recent visit. Assuming it even took place...

And you owe the good ppl of AS an explanation for this unforgivable act
of cowardice and spineless side stepping.
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
If you care to treat Corbeau and I for a round in March let me know.
If there is good surf, I'm down.

None of this trifling lake-like crap either...
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-04 22:47:47 UTC
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Let's get this strait... do you think I owe you some sort of beverage f=
or
Post by shaft®
showing up in the PNW or for not seeing any of yAS'll while I was there=
?
Post by shaft®
You owe me a beverage for doing everything in your power to evade any
and all PNW locals on your recent visit. Assuming it even took place...
What!?!? I stayed with a PNW local!
BTW, can you name this spot?
Loading Image...
Post by shaft®
And you owe the good ppl of AS an explanation for this unforgivable act
of cowardice and spineless side stepping.
I owe nada, Nada, NADA!!! To the contrary, true hospitality would be
along the line, "mi casa es su casa."
Post by shaft®
If you care to treat Corbeau and I for a round in March let me know.
If there is good surf, I'm down.
So many conditions! Ya see... you'll be a no-show once again.
Post by shaft®
None of this trifling lake-like crap either...
We agree on one thing :)

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
shaft®
2004-02-05 02:06:45 UTC
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What!?!? I stayed with a PNW local!
Which NG local did you stay with?
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
BTW, can you name this spot?
http://www.rodndtube.com/surf/rpts/2003/1109-PNW/original/PB080005.JPG
No but I've surfed it several times, several meters larger.
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
I owe nada, Nada, NADA!!! To the contrary, true hospitality would be
along the line, "mi casa es su casa."
ok, whatever. I guess the NG will just have to speculate as to your
reasons why you go out of your way to avoid AS PNW locals when
you visit this area...
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
So many conditions! Ya see... you'll be a no-show once again.
Yes my conditions for surfing is good surf. That's only one condition.
I was unaware that surfing has degenerated into a social club on this
NG instead of actual surfing. I guess when you are an indentured slave
to the man, your "surfing" takes on new meaning...
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
We agree on one thing :)
You have decent taste in beer :)

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-05 15:31:33 UTC
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What!?!? I stayed with a PNW local!
Which NG local did you stay with?
The NG is not the house of the holy, no monopoly on being a PNW local.
Didn't have to put up with the NG crowds that wanted to rip Kookport.
Still want to test the waters of the famed Tokeman Point!
Post by shaft®
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
BTW, can you name this spot?
http://www.rodndtube.com/surf/rpts/2003/1109-PNW/original/PB080005.JPG
No but I've surfed it several times, several meters larger.
It was tiney that Saturday; flatter on Sunday but much better elsewhere. Lo=
cal
knowledge required.
Post by shaft®
You have decent taste in beer :)
And gin. And rum. And coffee. And tequila. And chips. And salsa. And post
surf grinds (make that a sandwich de pernil por favor!).

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
shaft®
2004-02-05 15:37:18 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
The NG is not the house of the holy, no monopoly on being a PNW local.
Didn't have to put up with the NG crowds that wanted to rip Kookport.
Still want to test the waters of the famed Tokeman Point!
This wouldn't be the same "local" who turned you on to Tokeland
would it?
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
And gin. And rum. And coffee. And tequila. And chips. And salsa.
Don't get me started on salsa. I have 3 homemade kinds in my fridge
right now.
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-05 15:47:25 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
The NG is not the house of the holy, no monopoly on being a PNW local.
Didn't have to put up with the NG crowds that wanted to rip Kookport.
Still want to test the waters of the famed Tokeman Point!
This wouldn't be the same "local" who turned you on to Tokeland
would it?
No, but C. has been pumping it good in recent months!
Post by shaft®
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
And gin. And rum. And coffee. And tequila. And chips. And salsa.
Don't get me started on salsa. I have 3 homemade kinds in my fridge
right now.
Excellent. Add a few more and I might just bring a 6-pak.

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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
corbeau
2004-02-06 02:09:22 UTC
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The NG is not the house of the holy, no monopoly on being a PNW local.
Didn't have to put up with the NG crowds that wanted to rip Kookport.
Still want to test the waters of the famed Tokeman Point!
This wouldn't be the same "local" who turned you on to Tokeland
would it?
No, but C. has been pumping it good in recent months!
TokeLand is the best muhfuggin break in Willapa Bay. If anyone tells
you different, they don't know shit.

C.
--
-she ain't revved til the rods is thrown
Bud
2004-02-05 18:38:29 UTC
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Post by shaft®
You owe me a beverage for doing everything in your power to evade any
and all PNW locals on your recent visit. Assuming it even took place...
And you owe the good ppl of AS an explanation for this unforgivable act
of cowardice and spineless side stepping.
Can anyone confirm the rumor that TBK is visitng Oahu
right now?

Bud
buddah
2004-02-05 22:43:08 UTC
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Post by shaft®
You owe me a beverage for doing everything in your power to evade any
and all PNW locals on your recent visit. Assuming it even took place...
And you owe the good ppl of AS an explanation for this unforgivable act
of cowardice and spineless side stepping.
Can anyone confirm the rumor that TBK is visitng Oahu
right now?
Bud
Yes BIGKOOK is in Honolulu HI attending Kahuna School. It's not a
rumor. BIGKOOK gradusted school yesterday. He shall return to mainland
Sat.AM He did, in fact stir up a hornet's nest while there. He extends
alohas and mahalos to all his friends. He was well received during his
stay.
Incidentaly, TBK means THE BIG KAHOONA.
blahlah buddah, dah hooie from st.looie
Foon
2004-02-04 21:56:32 UTC
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Looking for yet another handout, shaft® says...
Post by shaft®
Don't you owe me some sort of berverage for showing up in the PNW
and doing everything within your power to avoid hooking up with the
locals?
I gotcha beverage right heeyah. ;)

"Self made man? Yes ......and worships his creator." -William Cowper

-Foon
Foon
2004-02-04 20:47:17 UTC
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shaft® says...
Post by shaft®
Post by Foon
Don't forget the double no-fat REAL MILK latte
Yesterday's coffee drink.
Try a double tall bitter goat...
I think it's disgraceful the way you talk about ex-girlfriends the way you do.
;)

"I don't like her. But don't misunderstand me, my dislike is purely platonic."
-Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree

-Foon
corbeau
2004-02-04 00:17:36 UTC
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Post by SKIPPER
It kinda suggests that Nazis and the US government are manipulating
their popular support in similar ways. And if you find that offensive,
maybe you should explore those ideas a little more, to see if there is
more there than you'd previously realized. I am genuinely scared about
the potential path our government may take.
Dude you are genuinely scared about unpastuerized milk, range fed
beef and just about any thing else in the news.
I suggest you turn off the TV and find something to do to build your
self esteem.
Personally, I was surprised to read that you were feeding on range fed
beef. Always thought of you as the original "survivor-hunter" that would
be seeking out wild game (truly "range fed") such as elk, pronghorn, mule
deer or whatever large stock roams your wildnerness. After preparing your
game in the wild you would proceed to make your own sushi cuts and age the
rest of the beef in a specially manufactured house of slats germane to
your region, in a special "smoke" house. NOT???
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Rod Rodgers
Bring on the SPF!
http://www.rodNDtube.com/
Blacktails and a few Elk over here on the coast, Mulies are a little
further west usually. However, the permit system is a PITA here,
lotteries and such. Back home in sweet Alabama growing up it was
something like a 'deer a day' the whitetails were (and are) so
plentiful.

We moved back there for about 9 months after g-school(wife hated it so
we came back to WA) and we couldn't keep hosta's in the yard due to the
whitetails browsing. I'm wondering if hostas and the rough in the golf
course count as free range...

C.
--
-mea culpa and fuggoff in advance
doc
2004-02-04 00:18:09 UTC
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"corbeau" <***@corvidsRus.com> wrote in message news:***@news.supernews.com...

We moved back there for about 9 months after g-school(wife hated it so
we came back to WA) and we couldn't keep hosta's in the yard due to the
whitetails browsing. I'm wondering if hostas and the rough in the golf
course count as free range...

Outside the house counts as free range, no problem. With primitive weapons
season, inside is okay too.

Though you want to try for a room with an easily washable floor.
corbeau
2004-02-04 00:49:33 UTC
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Post by corbeau
We moved back there for about 9 months after g-school(wife hated it so
we came back to WA) and we couldn't keep hosta's in the yard due to the
whitetails browsing. I'm wondering if hostas and the rough in the golf
course count as free range...
Outside the house counts as free range, no problem. With primitive weapons
season, inside is okay too.
Though you want to try for a room with an easily washable floor.
LOL. I coulda probably got one of these with a baseball bat and a
little patience... We were on the coarse with forest across the fairway
but we'd see then 5 blocks deep into the subdivision during the morning
commute.

Someone once told me they were the most dangerous animal in North
America in terms of contributing to human deaths, usually people driving
into trees to avoid them - deer and squirrels...

C.
--
-mea culpa and fuggoff in advance
Rico
2004-02-04 01:06:25 UTC
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Post by corbeau
We moved back there for about 9 months after g-school(wife hated it so
we came back to WA) and we couldn't keep hosta's in the yard due to the
whitetails browsing. I'm wondering if hostas and the rough in the golf
course count as free range...
Outside the house counts as free range, no problem. With primitive weapons
season, inside is okay too.
Though you want to try for a room with an easily washable floor.
LOL. I coulda probably got one of these with a baseball bat and a
little patience... We were on the coarse with forest across the fairway
but we'd see then 5 blocks deep into the subdivision during the morning
commute.
Someone once told me they were the most dangerous animal in North
America in terms of contributing to human deaths, usually people driving
into trees to avoid them - deer and squirrels...
C.
--
-mea culpa and fuggoff in advance
Then there's cats ........
One cost me a truck; I hit it anyway .. WTF.
Tie score .

Rico
doc
2004-02-04 01:19:44 UTC
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Post by corbeau
Post by corbeau
We moved back there for about 9 months after g-school(wife hated it so
we came back to WA) and we couldn't keep hosta's in the yard due to the
whitetails browsing. I'm wondering if hostas and the rough in the golf
course count as free range...
Outside the house counts as free range, no problem. With primitive
weapons
Post by corbeau
Post by corbeau
season, inside is okay too.
Though you want to try for a room with an easily washable floor.
LOL. I coulda probably got one of these with a baseball bat and a
little patience... We were on the coarse with forest across the fairway
but we'd see then 5 blocks deep into the subdivision during the morning
commute.
All that lawn. It's like bait and switch. You got these baby greens
everywhere, and then a few yard flowers for dessert.

And I'll bet the sprinklers mess their little minds up.

If ya had a big enough, quiet enough window, put out a window box full of
lettuce. Keep the Louisville Slugger handy.
Post by doc
Post by corbeau
Someone once told me they were the most dangerous animal in North
America in terms of contributing to human deaths, usually people driving
into trees to avoid them - deer and squirrels...
Someplace or other, I saw an ad, with a couple squirrels . Damned if I can
find it now.... ah, here we go;

http://www.scarysquirrel.org/special/movies/geico/
Post by doc
Post by corbeau
C.
--
-mea culpa and fuggoff in advance
Then there's cats ........
One cost me a truck; I hit it anyway .. WTF.
Tie score .
I dunno about that - ya gotta figure weight classes in there someplace. 5-10
lbs of cat versus two tons of truck - I have to give this one to the cat....

http://www.crumbmuseum.com/fritz2.html
Turby
2004-02-04 04:31:45 UTC
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Post by corbeau
We moved back there for about 9 months after g-school(wife hated it so
we came back to WA) and we couldn't keep hosta's in the yard due to the
whitetails browsing. ...
Someone once told me they were the most dangerous animal in North
America in terms of contributing to human deaths, usually people driving
into trees to avoid them - deer and squirrels...
The biker's worst enemy. Well, mebbe 'cept for Barney Fife. I was
doing ~75mph up 395 in Eastern Oregon once, and came >| |<
this close to one o' them bastards. My saddlebag had a swoosh of deer
snot on it, and he went a tumbling across the road. Scared the shit
outta both of us, I'm sure.

Turby the Turbosurfer
Foon
2004-02-04 14:01:12 UTC
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corbeau says...
Post by corbeau
Someone once told me they were the most dangerous animal in North
America in terms of contributing to human deaths, usually people driving
into trees to avoid them - deer and squirrels...
In the midatlantic area 5000 accidents a season due to deer.
I don't swerve for squirrels. I have a flock in the trees behind my house. Last
count 7. During my battle last summer with them messing with my deck garden I
dinged one right between the eyes with my slingshot. Furry little bastard shook
it off and gibbered some kind of squirrel backtalk before he took off. Every
day a herd of 6 white tail come and stand under the pine trees in my back yard
to rest. Monday I saw a red Fox walk around marking his turf. I wondered if he
was looking for a nice tender, fat squirrel to snack on?

"By dint of railing at idiots we risk becoming idiots ourselves." -Gustave
Flaubert

-Foon
shaft®
2004-02-04 15:17:45 UTC
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Post by Foon
During my battle last summer with them messing with my deck garden I
dinged one right between the eyes with my slingshot.
Yea that was an intense battle of wits! Maybe this summer you will defeat
the squirrel?
Foon
2004-02-04 20:42:17 UTC
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Guru shaft® says...
Post by shaft®
Post by Foon
During my battle last summer with them messing with my deck garden I
dinged one right between the eyes with my slingshot.
Yea that was an intense battle of wits! Maybe this summer you will defeat
the squirrel?
Possibly, but not nearly as often as you will beat the meat.

-Foon (I mean the free range penis)
Surfer Bob
2004-02-04 20:47:45 UTC
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Post by Foon
corbeau says...
... the most dangerous animal in North America in terms of contributing
to human deaths, usually people driving into trees to avoid them - deer
and squirrels...
In the midatlantic area 5000 accidents a season due to deer.
I once did an analysis of economic effects of the high modern dead
population in Wisconsin (thought to be approximately 10x what it was a
few hundred years ago). I looked at several different kinds of
economic effects (costs of depredations of farm crops, costs on
timber, hunting permit revenues, etc.). The single largest cost was
damage to automobiles, which totalled several million dollars a year
in the state. Hitting a deer head on and fast can basically total a
car. And if you hit a moose going fast, it could be vaya con dios.
They're bigger, and higher off the ground- sometimes come right
through the windshield.

Definitely don't swerve for squirrels.

http://funwavs.com/wavfile.php?quote=1991&sound=34

Surfer Bob
shaft®
2004-02-04 02:14:29 UTC
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Post by doc
Outside the house counts as free range, no problem. With primitive weapons
season, inside is okay too.
Birdshot works best. Don't wanna put a hole in the plumbing
or electrical work.
Post by doc
Though you want to try for a room with an easily washable floor.
Watch out for other key background items.
Foon
2004-02-04 14:04:39 UTC
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Post by shaft®
Birdshot works best. Don't wanna put a hole in the plumbing
or electrical work.
Post by doc
Though you want to try for a room with an easily washable floor.
Watch out for other key background items.
Like your foot, which can often be found in your mouth.

-Foon (that must be REAL FOOT)
Gleshna
2004-02-03 18:42:49 UTC
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Post by SKIPPER
It acts as a sort of wake up call, when you see a strategy employed by
our nations leaders that was once employed by a notorious past
group of leaders for the same reason.
Oh my gosh, Nazis wanted good transportation, we want good transportation, etc.
We're doomed!!

Aren't hard line Republicans a stone's throw from facists and Democrates a
stone's throw from communists?


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
XPEH
2004-02-03 20:53:27 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
Aren't hard line Republicans a stone's throw from facists and Democrates a
stone's throw from communists?
did someone say communists? i thought i heard you right ... this reminds of
the times in the Old Country when my papa and i used to go to the May 1st
Parade in Minsk Central Square ... we used to carry red flags and balloons
and chanted communist slogans such as "Long Live the October Revolution",
"Our Hearts Are with Castro", and "More Milk and Kefir Production this
Harvest Year to Put American Imperialists to Shame" ...

afterwards my dad always took me out for a milk shake made with Red Cow Milk
and Muffins made with wheat and corn donated by USA ... those muffins meant
the world to me ...

now, if we only got some of that mad-cow beef from USA too and some chewing
gum ... ahhh then i would be a very content "malchik" ...

thank you for listening ... yours, The Young Pioneer
Gleshna
2004-02-03 23:28:48 UTC
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"XPEH"
The Young Pioneer
Did you get a weekend at camp with caviar?


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
XPEH
2004-02-04 00:00:45 UTC
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yeah i spent many summers in the Pioneers' camp with caviar pancakes and
sour cream ... yum yum
Post by Gleshna
"XPEH"
The Young Pioneer
Did you get a weekend at camp with caviar?
Gleshna - Thousandaire
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
Gleshna
2004-02-04 01:45:15 UTC
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Post by XPEH
"XPEH
yeah i spent many summers in the Pioneers' camp with caviar pancakes and
sour cream ... yum yum
Any comments about Bulgahov?


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Awe F'shore
2004-02-04 00:22:07 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
Post by SKIPPER
It acts as a sort of wake up call, when you see a strategy employed by
our nations leaders that was once employed by a notorious past
group of leaders for the same reason.
Oh my gosh, Nazis wanted good transportation, we want good transportation, etc.
We're doomed!!
Aren't hard line Republicans a stone's throw from facists and Democrates a
stone's throw from communists?
Republican and democrat politicians are the same thing, nowadays, for the
most part. When are you going to wake up and realize that you are just a
pawn in a game of playing one against the other, while certain entities grow
fat upon your ignorance and tax dollars while you run around waving your
conformity flag higher and higher, thinking your getting a piece of the pie
while in actuality sucking on throwaway crumbs.

You have been had.

"The worst kind of fool is the one who realizes he's been fooled but can't
admit it, so foolishly remains a fool."
-Me
td
2004-02-04 00:59:14 UTC
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On Wed, 04 Feb 2004 00:22:07 GMT, "Awe F'shore"
Post by Awe F'shore
Post by Gleshna
Post by SKIPPER
It acts as a sort of wake up call, when you see a strategy employed by
our nations leaders that was once employed by a notorious past
group of leaders for the same reason.
Oh my gosh, Nazis wanted good transportation, we want good transportation,
etc.
Post by Gleshna
We're doomed!!
Aren't hard line Republicans a stone's throw from facists and Democrates a
stone's throw from communists?
thinking your getting a piece of the pie
while in actuality sucking on throwaway crumbs.
All yu gotta do is ask. I'd be happy to throw ya some more.

td
Awe F'shore
2004-02-05 02:26:01 UTC
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Post by td
On Wed, 04 Feb 2004 00:22:07 GMT, "Awe F'shore"
Post by Awe F'shore
Post by Gleshna
Post by SKIPPER
It acts as a sort of wake up call, when you see a strategy employed by
our nations leaders that was once employed by a notorious past
group of leaders for the same reason.
Oh my gosh, Nazis wanted good transportation, we want good
transportation,
Post by td
Post by Awe F'shore
etc.
Post by Gleshna
We're doomed!!
Aren't hard line Republicans a stone's throw from facists and Democrates a
stone's throw from communists?
thinking your getting a piece of the pie
while in actuality sucking on throwaway crumbs.
All yu gotta do is ask. I'd be happy to throw ya some more.
That's mighty generous of you to share your personal stash like that, but go
ahead and keep it.
I'm all filled up at the moment.
With pie.
REAL pie.

Awe
Gleshna
2004-02-04 01:43:46 UTC
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"Awe F'shore
Republican and democrat politicians are the same thing, nowadays, for the
most part.
That's what other Black people that I know say, too.
When are you going to wake up and realize that you are just a
while you run around waving your
conformity flag higher
You saw me running around with a flag?
You have been had.
Oh, my. Have I been bamboozled, too?


Gleshna - Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
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Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
Awe F'shore
2004-02-05 02:30:07 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
"Awe F'shore
Republican and democrat politicians are the same thing, nowadays, for the
most part.
That's what other Black people that I know say, too.
Exactly what was your problem with black people?
Post by Gleshna
When are you going to wake up and realize that you are just a
Dumbshit.
Post by Gleshna
while you run around waving your
conformity flag higher
You saw me running around with a flag?
Isn't that that thing you've got sticking out of your arse?
Post by Gleshna
You have been had.
Oh, my. Have I been bamboozled, too?
Absolutely.
Thousandaire - Bwa, bwa, bWAhAAhhHHAAA!
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-02-03 04:20:50 UTC
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Post by td
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Only so far as what Goering's boast can teach us about today's
American leadership and the gullibility of the fools who still fall
for this cynical ruse.
And by 'leadership' I am not referring to that brain-dead white trash
puppet who can barely string a sentence together, but the individuals
who pull his strings. b
Goering's
philosophy was and is a tru-ism that speaks for itself.
And that is exactly what it is, a Tru-ism. Not a "cynical ruse", not
"Goering's philosophy" or even a "boast". Just because a once Nazi
said it and Bob applied it out of context in an effort to appear
pseudo-intellectual does not minimalize the truth behind the words.
Imagine if our county were under a threat of attack, the leaders
rallied the populace in the name of self preservation and the so
called "peace makers" resisted that call. We should heed a frickin
Nazi instead? Does this give the tru-ism more credibility?
Bob seems to suggest that there is some kind of nobility in laying
down for a tummy rub because of a Nazi quote.
td
Your so-called 'curiosity' smells suspiciously of rank smugness. b


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shaft®
2004-02-02 22:37:02 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Don't worry Shafthole, I would never enter into a battle of wits with
an unarmed man. b
No but you'll complain about someone else's government on a
newsgroup full of surfers...

Don't you little new zealander's worry your pretty little head
over world affairs. If we need some input from your little 3rd
world, back woods feifdom, we'll contact ya'll by carrier
pidgeon. Or would you prefer smoke signals?
Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-02-03 04:17:28 UTC
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Post by shaft®
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Don't worry Shafthole, I would never enter into a battle of wits with
an unarmed man. b
No but you'll complain about someone else's government on a
newsgroup full of surfers...
Don't you little new zealander's worry your pretty little head
over world affairs. If we need some input from your little 3rd
world, back woods feifdom, we'll contact ya'll by carrier
pidgeon. Or would you prefer smoke signals?
Not only unarmed but uninformed. Try doing your homework next time,
Shafthole. b

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SteveM
2004-02-04 00:20:58 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
"Ignorance, always loud in argument." - Charlie Chan
Who spoke up first about this accusation?


Later,
Steve
--
Have Clue?
Gleshna
2004-02-03 00:32:21 UTC
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Post by td
td
Im only curious. Why you quote nazis in your signature. Is there a
significance to that or a random quote of the day or ?
td
Let me help you out. He's a democrat.

I have figured out the secret to living well under the present President:
become a millionaire.


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Da Bears ???????
Paul Richardson
2004-02-10 00:41:41 UTC
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On 1/30/04 8:45 PM, in article
Post by Awe F'shore
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When ... ?
The Marina Palace at PCh & 1st in Seal Beach?
When abalone were plentiful?
When a boat ran aground in the mouth of the San Gabriel river and was left
there to decay, creating a sandbar with an awesome wave?
When Broadway St. ran from Long Beach to Seal Beach over the bay?
Surfside jetty?
Parking along PCH at Huntington Cliffs?
When Thousand Steps was a nude/private beach and a secret spot?
When Dana Point was?
When Wedge was just bodysurfers and an occasional fiberglass bodyboard or
kneeboard?
When bodysurfing breaks weren't full of sponges?
The Golden Bear in Huntington?
The power plant in Seal Beach?
Five finger lids for 10 bucks?
When the road in baja was mostly dirt?
The Pike in Long Beach?
Rainbow Pier in Long Beach?
Waves in Long Beach?
More?
Good thread Robert!
Awe
Surfside, woohoo, I had my first "mom prayer" their on a really big day
Awe F'shore
2004-02-10 05:08:42 UTC
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"Paul Richardson" <***@earthlink.net> wrote:
<trim>
Post by Paul Richardson
Surfside, woohoo, I had my first "mom prayer" their on a really big day
Bodysurfed my deepest and squarest barrel there during a hurricane swell.
Gleshna
2004-01-31 16:06:22 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When fins were called skegs?
What are fins?
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
And when boards didn't have one skeg, let alone three?
1930?
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When guys still rode paddleboards?
1930?
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When the only difference between surfboard wax and preserving wax was
the sand?
Its called parafin. Works great. What do you use?
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When the guy who made the surf movie ran the projector and narrated it
with a microphone that sometimes worked?
The last surf movie before Endless Summer it the show. 1964?
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When most the photos in a surf mag were b&w?
When there were no surf mags?
1959
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When Paddleboard Cove was a premier surfing spot?
When you could surf at Dana Point\
1961
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When no one but divers wore wetsuits?
I think we had one vest at our beach in 1965.
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When no one at all had leashes.
What's a leash?
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When bottle caps were flipped before, during and after surf films?
1961. I still flip em in the living room during HBO Endless Summer II reruns.
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When wearing a Pendleton shirt with your jeans and white Penny's
T-shirt was the height of winter fashion?
1963. Lost mine to barf and a barb wired fence.
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When you could find a good place to hide your car and sneak in to surf
Cotton's, Trestle's an Church?
1963. Been there, done that.
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When there were beach huts at Windansea?
2003 I drove by and saw it last year.
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When lifeguards surfed and surfers lifeguarded?
L.J. Richards 1960s
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When waves were shared between friends?
?????? I have only seen this on the Lake. So that would be 2003.




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Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
2004-01-31 20:53:42 UTC
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Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
And when boards didn't have one skeg, let alone three?
1930?
1950's
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When guys still rode paddleboards?
1930?
1950's
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When the guy who made the surf movie ran the projector and narrated it
with a microphone that sometimes worked?
The last surf movie before Endless Summer it the show. 1964?
1950's and early 60's
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When wearing a Pendleton shirt with your jeans and white Penny's
T-shirt was the height of winter fashion?
1963. Lost mine to barf and a barb wired fence.
By that time they were out of fashion anyway ...
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When you could find a good place to hide your car and sneak in to surf
Cotton's, Trestle's an Church?
1963. Been there, done that.
But you didn't get the T-shirt.
Post by Gleshna
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
When there were beach huts at Windansea?
2003 I drove by and saw it last year.
The original hut?



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Foon
2004-02-01 05:02:00 UTC
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aka Bob says...
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
In no particular order.
Remember ...
The night Los Diablos and the Wagon Wheel square dance club both showed up at
the Me 'N Eds on Sunset Blvd in HB and claimed the same half dozen picnic tables
in the back room. It took half the HB police dept to show up in about three
minutes to keep everyone from getting hurt. Guess where on- duty HB cops always
ate for free after that?

-Foon
rickm
2004-02-01 17:44:12 UTC
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(from a vah beacher's POV)

you could park at croatan and not get towed

there were no seawalls at Sandbridge

the coast guard station was at Oregon Inlet

you could drive from Kitty Hawk to Buxton w/o having to stop at a
zillion lights

there were no "obx" decals on everything

there was "wilderness" between Duck and Corolla, Nags Head and Kitty
Hawk.

the duck pier wasn't surrounded by houses
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-01 19:11:19 UTC
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Post by rickm
(from a vah beacher's POV)
you could park at croatan and not get towed
there were no seawalls at Sandbridge
the coast guard station was at Oregon Inlet
you could drive from Kitty Hawk to Buxton w/o having to stop at a
zillion lights
there were no "obx" decals on everything
there was "wilderness" between Duck and Corolla, Nags Head and Kitty
Hawk.
the duck pier wasn't surrounded by houses
I-64 did not exist between Richmond and "the road south to Hatteras"

you paid a toll in the Tidewater area and drove through city streets
south of the tunnel

there was one hell of a switchback at a river crossing on the "the road
south" to the Outer Banks

Rodanthe, Salvo and Waves were three separate villages and the
speed limit between Rodanthe, Salvo and Waves changed

the Lighthouse was next to the shore

there were no buildings taller than 3 floors south of Nags Head

you could camp on the beach outside the Coast Guard station in Buxton

Hatteras Island was a dry county

a grocery store on Hatteras Island was no larger than a convenience store
on the mainland

the Sand Dollar and General Mitchell still stood

there was no escape from the midday heat in Buxton

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rickm
2004-02-01 22:21:17 UTC
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Post by r***@rodndtube.com
you paid a toll in the Tidewater area and drove through city streets
south of the tunnel
64 is like a city street now, the parking lot. :D
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
Rodanthe, Salvo and Waves were three separate villages and the
speed limit between Rodanthe, Salvo and Waves changed
Yeah, and there were no Volvos.
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
the Lighthouse was next to the shore
Yup, the ORIGINAL location, not the moved and moving closer location.
:P
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
you could camp on the beach outside the Coast Guard station in Buxton
I did that, we'd have beach fires some of the coasties would walk over
and partake in the festivities.
Post by r***@rodndtube.com
there was no escape from the midday heat in Buxton
Heh, that is the same. A few years ago I went to Ocracoke for a week,
one day it was 104...no where to hide except my unAC'd car and the
campground showers. The trees on Ocra were only like 6' high at the
camp and the mozzies had them to themselves.

There was a sandwich shop near the entrance to the lighthouse...it was
in the green mobile home...P_____ something.

when WRV was a little hole in the wall that sold boards, not fashions.

when I could get from Great Bridge to the 'banks in 45 minutes.

when no one gave a shit if you walked into a business with no shoes or
shirt on. :P
doc
2004-02-01 22:49:01 UTC
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Post by rickm
(from a vah beacher's POV)
From a New England point of view
Post by rickm
you could park at croatan and not get towed
You could park at Coast Guard Beach or at Conrads. Though you might _need_
to get towed back from Conrads...or carried. Mrs. Conrad made a mean G&T.
Post by rickm
there were no seawalls at Sandbridge
When they dumped a whole slew of ex-concrete slab foundations, with rerod,
as a seawall at Coast Guard.
Post by rickm
the coast guard station was at Oregon Inlet
The Coast Guard station at Coast Guard Beach had Coast Guard guys living
there, surf boats in what's now the bathhouse and a DUKW parked someplace. A
few beach camps out to the south, with gas refrigerators and kerosene
lights.
Post by rickm
you could drive from Kitty Hawk to Buxton w/o having to stop at a
zillion lights
Or the Canal to P-Town. On what's now Route 6A. And count the cars you saw
on the whole trip wothout having to get into three figures
Post by rickm
there were no "obx" decals on everything
The only decals were for getting into an air force base or a coast guard
main base. The only other stickers were inspection stickers that could be
counterfeited with a Waxmate label.
Post by rickm
there was "wilderness" between Duck and Corolla, Nags Head and Kitty
Hawk.
There was wilderness and not something thought of as potential golf courses
or parking lots.
Post by rickm
the duck pier wasn't surrounded by houses
There were a few piers with fishing boats tied to 'em and the yacht nazis
were the minority who had to anchor out in the fairway.
Rico
2004-02-02 19:22:40 UTC
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Johnny Fain at 'Gansett Pier ...
Loading Image...

Rico
Post by doc
Post by rickm
(from a vah beacher's POV)
From a New England point of view
Post by rickm
you could park at croatan and not get towed
You could park at Coast Guard Beach or at Conrads. Though you might _need_
to get towed back from Conrads...or carried. Mrs. Conrad made a mean G&T.
Post by rickm
there were no seawalls at Sandbridge
When they dumped a whole slew of ex-concrete slab foundations, with rerod,
as a seawall at Coast Guard.
Post by rickm
the coast guard station was at Oregon Inlet
The Coast Guard station at Coast Guard Beach had Coast Guard guys living
there, surf boats in what's now the bathhouse and a DUKW parked someplace. A
few beach camps out to the south, with gas refrigerators and kerosene
lights.
Post by rickm
you could drive from Kitty Hawk to Buxton w/o having to stop at a
zillion lights
Or the Canal to P-Town. On what's now Route 6A. And count the cars you saw
on the whole trip wothout having to get into three figures
Post by rickm
there were no "obx" decals on everything
The only decals were for getting into an air force base or a coast guard
main base. The only other stickers were inspection stickers that could be
counterfeited with a Waxmate label.
Post by rickm
there was "wilderness" between Duck and Corolla, Nags Head and Kitty
Hawk.
There was wilderness and not something thought of as potential golf courses
or parking lots.
Post by rickm
the duck pier wasn't surrounded by houses
There were a few piers with fishing boats tied to 'em and the yacht nazis
were the minority who had to anchor out in the fairway.
Surfer Bob
2004-02-04 00:21:50 UTC
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Post by Rico
Johnny Fain at 'Gansett Pier ...
http://fbates.home.comcast.net/fain.jpg
He must've been drinking pots of that Japanese Green Tea. Dude's
shimmering in and out of the corporeal plane of existence there.
Rico
2004-02-04 01:09:05 UTC
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Post by Surfer Bob
Post by Rico
Johnny Fain at 'Gansett Pier ...
http://fbates.home.comcast.net/fain.jpg
He must've been drinking pots of that Japanese Green Tea. Dude's
shimmering in and out of the corporeal plane of existence there.
Those were the days ......

Rico
Bill Andrews
2004-02-02 17:45:53 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
In no particular order.
How 'bout bus rides and contests like this one:

http://community.webshots.com/photo/110363038/115634567hGXhcS

BA

http://www.angelfire.com/alt/billandrews/
r***@rodndtube.com
2004-02-02 17:54:47 UTC
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Post by Bill Andrews
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
In no particular order.
http://community.webshots.com/photo/110363038/115634567hGXhcS
Was that from the collection of, "Remember when I could still surf?"
<grin>

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Veronica Harmonica PCH101
2004-02-03 00:33:06 UTC
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"Robert Feigel (aka Bob)" <***@surfwriter.net.not> wrote in message

"Where's Dr.Tube when we need him?"
Probably,
with Dave Rochlin 'n Dave Kaiser at Neenies Famous Wienies at Serrento
Beach. My fourth husband, but not the best by a longshot, called skegs
rudders. The only things I remember were Ernie Mission and his
sidekick, Duke. State Beach and Oscar Shargo, and the Sip 'n Surf, and
Shanes's Pop, Pat Dorian. A wonderful old surfer by the name "'Ol
Joe's" Schecter. Gumoo Reef between Riviera Beach and Sunset, Wilson's
House of Suede and Tony, Brian, and Geoff. Cafe Posittano, Malibu
Sand's Motel, the Colony House Liquor store, The Raft at Topanga
Canyon showcasing The Zoo. What about Mayfair Market at the Colony.
Hell, Dr.Fiegle, you just scratched the surface. How 'bout that hottie
Horner, Nick the Grubb, Tom McBride, and the whole "enchie". The
Ventures and Candy Johnson.
Veronica's Harmonica's on the Pier at Santa Monica's
Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Remember ...
When fins were called skegs?
And when boards didn't have one skeg, let alone three?
When guys still rode paddleboards?
When the only difference between surfboard wax and preserving wax was
the sand?
When the guy who made the surf movie ran the projector and narrated it
with a microphone that sometimes worked?
When most the photos in a surf mag were b&w?
When there were no surf mags?
When Paddleboard Cove was a premier surfing spot?
When you could surf at Dana Point, Ballona Creek, Hubbyland, POP,
Lighthouse and Hendry's?
When no one but divers wore wetsuits?
When no one at all had leashes.
When no one bothered to lock their car?
When Eddie Sullivan knew that nobody bothered to lock their car?
When Tennis Shoe Ernie did the rock dance with a smile on his face?
When the body in the shorebreak was usually Mitch the Masochist?
When you could always find a place to park at Windansea?
When you could always find a place to park on the PCH right in front
of Malibu and Rincon?
When Vince Moorehouse ruled at Huntington Beach Pier?
When no one but kooks surfed Huntington Cliffs"
When Seal Beach banned surfing?
When MSD's girlfriend squatted on his chest?
When there was just one traffic light on the PCH between Topanga and
Oxnard?
When there were NO traffic lights on the PCH between Santa Monica and
Santa Barbara?
When the PCH was called the Roosevelt Highway?
When Buzzy Trent was a lifeguard at State Beach?
What the Cocksmen's club was?
When LAPD cop, Bob Ernst got in trouble for throwing a board in his
patrol car and rushing, red lights and siren from West LA down to the
Lighthouse for a surf?
When you could drive from Palos Verdes to Hope Ranch without ever
leaving the coast?
When bottle caps were flipped before, during and after surf films?
When wearing a Pendleton shirt with your jeans and white Penny's
T-shirt was the height of winter fashion?
When you could find a good place to hide your car and sneak in to surf
Cotton's, Trestle's an Church?
When Hussongs was not full of turistas?
When you could buy anything your little heart desired at any pharmacia
in Tijuana?
When a kilo brick of da good kine da kine cost under $100?
When there were only waves at Hollywood-by-the-Sea?
When there were beach huts at Windansea, Malibu and Little Dume?
When lifeguards surfed and surfers lifeguarded?
When the Malibu Inn was full of CHP cops, drunks, surfers, pancakes
and photos of the stars?
When waves were shared between friends?
When ... ?
"Thousand friends too few, one enemy, one too many." - Charlie Chan
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Checky D
2004-02-03 11:31:19 UTC
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Post by Veronica Harmonica PCH101
"Where's Dr.Tube when we need him?"
Probably,
with Dave Rochlin 'n Dave Kaiser at Neenies Famous Wienies at Serrento
Beach.What about Mayfair Market at the Colony.
Hell, Dr.Fiegle, you just scratched the surface. How 'bout... Tom McBride,
http://www.atomicbride.com/directory.html#surfing

-------------
Chexter
Checky D
2004-02-05 13:05:16 UTC
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Post by Robert Feigel (aka Bob)
Remember ...
When the guy who made the surf movie ran the projector and narrated it
with a microphone that sometimes worked?
Yes. And you could rent a film from these guys, for a couple hundred
dollars:
Loading Image...

Here's the rental price list, from late 1967:
Loading Image...

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Checky D
Checky D
2004-02-05 22:27:58 UTC
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(Remember?)
The Quasimoto. ( for extra points, name the surfer and the issue )
Issue was Vol 1, # 1 (The very first)

Answer is on page 13:
Loading Image...

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Chexter
Gleshna
2004-02-06 00:03:56 UTC
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Post by Checky D
Issue was Vol 1, # 1 (The very first)
http://home.comcast.net/~checkereddemon/Quasi.jpg
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Chexter
Mickey Munoz. I used to think those were actual surfing skills, but I never
saw them in practice at my beach.

Good research. You win. Your prize: ........?......uh, this post....its low
carb.


Gleshna - Multi-Thousandaire

DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
buddah
2004-02-08 03:38:10 UTC
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Post by Checky D
(Remember?)
The Quasimoto. ( for extra points, name the surfer and the issue )
Issue was Vol 1, # 1
http://home.comcast.net/~checkereddemon/Quasi.jpg
Chexter
Well, it sure as hell ain't Chubby Mitchell.

paul gebaur
Gleshna
2004-02-08 15:06:35 UTC
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Post by buddah
Well, it sure as hell ain't Chubby Mitchell.
However, it could have been Chubby Lopez after a good weight training program.


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DA LAKES:
Da Lake Tube: http://www.greatlakesurfing.com/images/Gallery/point.jpg
Da new Lake Movie: http://www.vdpllc.com/picstony.html
Da Bears ???????
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