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December 04, 2012


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I always think I am using in my grumpiness too, but sadly not everyone shares my sense of humor.

And this grumpy old geezer typed "using" when he meant "amusing."

He (Laird Hamilton) was selling stuff with "Blame Laird" on his website a while back, not sure if it's still there. He's in on the joke and is OK with being part of the SUP explosion.

Don't be a SUP bozo. It's OK to sweep, but you'd better know how to surf, know the rules and don't make-a.

Can't we all just get a longboard?

Jeff has the line of the week!

Can't we all just get along....board! Woo Hoo...

At least it wasn't a janitor.

He y Mike,glad I could provide more fodder for da blog.Jeff had da right perspective.It's about poking fun and enjoying OMO.Just had 12 consecutive days sailin[5.3waveboard]and kiting[9.5],waves 3-8ft-82water-85air, I've gota big grin goin'while working on the house-so let the hating of bill barber begin for the 2012-2013 season!Feliz Navidad to da Puffin nation and all windchimps!

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