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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.
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By Grim Reaper
Show respect, pumper - Yo, pumpboy, I got a bowling ball for you...drop in on me again and I will shove it through your windshield, you tranny wannabe. That goes double for the rest of you - stay away, don't drive in from Marin, don't drive up from Santa Cruz, don't even drive across Sunset Blvd to get here, just stay away.
By you likey see shark? try outback Ano. 'spot x'
yo - Yo! Idiot! I've seen that photo. That's a dolphin you kook. Yeah I know- the brown water and the big fish in the wave with the guy paddling over it? Just look at the dorsal fin- it's curved at the back, just like a... shark? WRONG! Shark fins are straight in back. This was a big Surfline hoax for kooks who don't know the difference. Well, now you know. i hope you are not such a kook anymore!
Shark Photo - I just saw a photo taken at OB in 2003 that freaks the fock out of me ! Some dude paddling over a 5 foot wave -- but you can see a 10 - 12 foot Great White right in the middle of the wave -- the guy looks like he sh!t himself in his suit !
By Da Zoo Keeper
nah- I don't see it like that - first of all, all of us are over 40 and have lived here all our lives, not SC. 2nd of all, seems like big swells wash around the rocks pretty bad. I think your boyz are handing out one-way tix to Marin, actually. Finally, real surf gangs rumble, not so much one-on-one as all-out gang fights on the beach. but my boyz have been around long before End-of-the-Line and all that, we'll take care fo things. don't you worry. Oh yeah- one more thing. I don't see how a glassy blue, 15-foot face and accompanying Pipeline-like barrel out at Pacheco yesterday, with many more Hawaiian-style peaks is not fun to you. Guess you've been surfing Kelly's too long... can't deal with all the extra room in the mid-beach tubes! Look out for a hail of bowling balls. This ain't Amoeba on Haight. This is LONG before all that, and we is comin' back!!!!
By 'The Zoo Keeper'
You'd better get ready... - Cuz the gangs of OB are coming back! Just steer clear of the pump station and third lot, Small Wave Cove Boys, or you might have to deal with some real WAVES and REAL MEN: DA WEST SIDE PUMP BOYZ!!! If you want, we can arrange a little 'bonfire rumble' when the surf gets small. me and my boyz would find that really entertaining. Not only will your little surfboards mark your sandy graves, but your cars will have bowling balls sitting in the front seats (snas windshields). So bring it on, rock-huggers!!!!
By The West Side Pump Boyz
On Blue Crush - Blue Crush is such a great movie! I was like, "Oh my God! Girls ripping Pipe!" I like Ocean Beach, too! Funny, though, I was out at Pacheco yesterday. It was 10'+, sunny, glassy and firing, plus it was a Sunday, but there was NOBODY, I repeat NOBODY around, but me and the West Side Pump Boys. So I don't know, like, it's just kind of funny to hear other local boyz getting all protective about it. Figure, with size, there's about 5 miles of Beach with like 1-2 people out between Taraval and Judah. So why worry? Why get all dramatic? Where were you yestrday? Did you wait for the swell to drop out before you paddled Sloat, or did you go to VF's , where it was easier to get out, bad boy? Ooh- You sCaRe me SiLLy!!!!
By Kellys Cove Local Boys
On localism - Just try to remember, all you tranny wannabes, that when you were hanging out at malls in Jersey, we were surfing and toughing it out a Lincoln High. Next time one of us runs one of you NFGs over (which will not take long if you don't clue in), remember that moving here is not enough. Clue in, show some respect, and the locals will come around, eventually, after maybe 10 years of face time. Until then, remember, we were here long before you were, and we'll be here long after you are gone. So take your daddy's trust fund and go drop in on people in Santa Cruz, where you will not get hurt.
no title - OB - is okay -- only been there once in the winter when it had real size ( 12 ft. ) . Place is erie though - it's not crowded and to get to the outer bar is quite a tough paddle. Once you're out there you feel like shark bait ! Nor Cal has th best waves hands down -- just too damn cold and way too sharky ! Give me the warm water of Blacks or O-side on a good day.
By To all of you"locals" out there:
localism sucks - The next time you feel hatred while surfing, think about what a fucking jack ass you are for completely missing the point of surfing. Readng the postings on ths website has reminded me of growing up in San Diego and body boarding. You guys call yourselves locals, I call you all snakes. If your asses want some uncrowded waves, move to alaska. Besides, anybody who complains about Ocean Beach being crowded forgot to look a hundred yards down the beach to the next peak, and you have probably never been surfing in SoCal, because if you had, you would know what crowded really feels like. The next time you feel anger or hatred because the waves are too crowded, go surf some place else. Better to do that and have fun than ruin your whole surf by being pissed off. People who think that where a person is from determines where they should surf are the real kooks. Instead of complaing about all the crowds, why don't you shut up and learn how to take off deeper, let your surfing do the talking. Remember how lucky you are to be a surfer or a bodybooarder- don't take it for granted by using it as an excuse to start shit with some body. Surfing is supposed to be fun. Prior to reading this website, my impression of surfers and bodyboarders in the bay area was that people respect each other a lot more than other places, especially compared to socal. I still think that to be true.Oh yeah, and to any of you surfers out there who want to talk shit about the fact that I bodyboard, remember (unless you are Gerry Lopez) that i have spent more time in the barrel than you have. Ha Ha. To all you surfers and bodyboarders out there who respect others while in the water, I will see you there. When you catch a phat wave, I'll be hootin for ya.
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