A few years ago, this posted...

Discussion in 'Surfing' started by PaulJensen, Jun 17, 2012.

  1. Guest

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    Silk123 wrote:
    yup.
     
  2. dewey

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    gnar gnar wrote:
    YUP...YUP...YUP

    dewey:cool:
     
  3. nedsurf

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    SMUKES wrote:
    Or it can be bitter when brewed, doesn't necessarily have to be reheated. It all depends on how you do it.
     
  4. Roy Stewart

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    Silk123 wrote:
    1) Just because Paul doesn't adopt the usual 'humblebum' manner of the clone herd does not make him arrogant or pompous.

    2) He's right about the monoculture in long boarding and the mentality surrounding it.

    3)Paul is not 'playing the victim'... he says that he finds the response to be amusing.

    4)Paul does not equal Roy.

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  5. SMUKES

    SMUKES Active Member

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    Coffee is a brew better bitter when brewed not reheated.
     
  6. Roy Stewart

    Roy Stewart Active Member

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    Gretsch wrote:
    :dude:
     
  7. Roy Stewart

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    gnar gnar wrote:
    Lay off the alcohol, your logic is slipping even further.

    If all members of set A do X it doesn't mean that doing X makes one a member of set A.

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  8. SMUKES

    SMUKES Active Member

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    Better is the bitter brew when brewed and not re-heated. The swords of Roy and other toys with judgement oft impeded, make fodder for the message board as did Paul afore he retreated.
     

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