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tony yellow's photo of Croyde Beach

i took this at the goldcoast festival a few years ago.

Average rating of 1.68 from 37 votes

Croyde Beach

Spot Location: UK + Ireland > England > Croyde Beach

Date Taken: 14th July 2006. 5160 page views since 11th March 2009.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
2ft 9s 277.31°     11
mph
32°f
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sqirl Mar 15, 2009 Rating: 1

The seaweed surfer wins the cyber cookie! Congrats! Vanity I had to refill my coffee to finish reading your comment for that you get NOTHING!

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the vanity project Mar 16, 2009 Rating: 1

Hey Squizzer, The Vanity Project wouldn’t pop a vein as he is constantly checking the mirror when he flexes and so as a consequence is also conveniently monitoring the status of his forehead veins. But I am trying to tone it down on the wordsmith shenanigans. Only today I accosted a feral street youth to educate me in the parlance of the times, here goes, big step today… C sqrl, i is Communic8in wit u coz I is street innit. L8r bruv. LoL. ;-) ;-( not sure which face to go with, I’m bipolar….and vain, these little face things really do me no justice.

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Easily:HyPn0tiZ3d Mar 16, 2009 Rating: 0

wow man you have quite the imagination, they took mine from me in fourth grade when I was seeing dead people

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sqirl Mar 16, 2009 Rating: 2

My word! vanity if you flex your literary muscles any harder you are going to pop a vain in your fore head! I was just stirring the ol' cup of joe...if you know what I mean...if not(british translation=taking the piss)!

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ADD TO cART Mar 15, 2009 Rating: 1

You used to be A surfer

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the vanity project Mar 15, 2009 Rating: 8

I’m perplexed Squizzer. Your comment is ripe for misinterpretation. Not sure what you meant but here are my best guesses. 1: You just really, really like coffee. (In which case, more power to you, guzzle it down. Although bear in mind that your genus shouldn’t consume the same quantities as us humans. Squirrels by nature aren’t nocturnal (the notable exception to this rule being the flying squirrel) so all this caffeine may affect your usual nut gathering routines. Of course most squirrels don’t surf either so you may be the genetic variant on the cusp of a remarkable evolutionary step for your kind) 2: My comment was so dull that you needed the stimulating properties this popular beverage provides. (In which case, this cuts deep and I will need to go away and write in my journal, IN PENCIL, as my tear drops may smudge the ink) 3: My comment made you laugh while drinking, thereby funnelling expired air and coffee out through your nasal cavity, with the resulting spasm emptying your cup’s contents all over your squirrel fur. (In which case, wash at 40 degrees, do not tumble dry)

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KILGORE Mar 15, 2009 Rating: 5

Thanks but I think my H.D is cookie O.D. The Elton song was Don't let your sun go down on me . Any reference to MJ was totally out of order and I'm ashamed with myself , but after all I am a surfer! With that and my cookie issue i say farewell and thanks ! Yeww

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booging boog Mar 15, 2009 Rating: -1

I swear her top lip is touching her nose

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mantis Mar 14, 2009 Rating: 1

all very interesting stuff vantity and seaweed. I watch a lot of nova and discovery myself and happen to be a big music fan also. I recall the rock group, if you can call them that, A-HA. I think quazars and nebulas are the most cool when it comes to astronomy. Can you shed some light on sound gardens black hole sun song?

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mantis Mar 14, 2009 Rating: 0

check again

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the vanity project Mar 14, 2009 Rating: -3

I got nothing Mantis. Seaweedsurfer will have to field this one. Although ‘black hole sun’ ? I thought we were finished discussing your bum on Christine’s Florida photo.

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KILGORE Mar 14, 2009 Rating: 2

And what was that Elton John song Michael Jackson covered ... ?

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Shorey Mar 17, 2009 Rating: 0

hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

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soutie Mar 17, 2009 Rating: 5

hahaha , nice one Shorey. of course it is bed time in the Jackson household when the big hand reaches the little hand.

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Shorey Mar 16, 2009 Rating: 3

Dont let your son go down on me? Wasnt that the one?

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the vanity project Mar 14, 2009 Rating: 0

I preferred the b-side duet: ‘ I’m an obnoxious tantrum spewing diva and I’m a plasticized oxygen chamber dwelling peedo’ It didn’t make it far in the charts but you can’t argue with the rest of their back catalogue though, best in the business. In fact I think I’ll stick the records on now……..Billie Jean has got my rubber…eeehheeeeee!!

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soutie Mar 14, 2009 Rating: -1

beat it

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Cow 37530 Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 1

God made the wind blow, God made the sun shine, but how the hell did he make u so fine

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El_Che_11 Mar 13, 2009 Rating: -1

pretty women vs existential debate i know what i'll be paying attention to. da booty.

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KILGORE Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 4

The Sun is the most prominent feature in our solar system. It is the largest object and contains approximately 98% of the total solar system mass. One hundred and nine Earths would be required to fit across the Sun's disk, and its interior could hold over 1.3 million Earths. The Sun's outer visible layer is called the photosphere and has a temperature of 6,000°C (11,000°F). The Sun appears to have been active for 4.6 billion years and has enough fuel to go on for another five billion years or so. At the end of its life, the Sun will start to fuse helium into heavier elements and begin to swell up, ultimately growing so large that it will swallow the Earth. After a billion years as a red giant, it will suddenly collapse into a white dwarf -- the final end product of a star like ours. It may take a trillion years to cool off completely.

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Shorey Mar 16, 2009 Rating: 0

I always look on the bright side, not reading your post made my life a lot brighter than reading it :)

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Easily:HyPn0tiZ3d Mar 15, 2009 Rating: -2

shorey for once I can agree with you, too long man keep it short and sweet

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Easily:HyPn0tiZ3d Mar 15, 2009 Rating: -2

dude not needed

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the vanity project Mar 14, 2009 Rating: 3

It’s possible Soutie, but according to Norwegian pop trio A-Ha, their smash hit ‘the sun always shines on tv’ claimed that, well er, the sun always shines on tv. Taken from their 1985 debut album, this song and it’s startling solar theory split the scientific community in two. Traditional astronomers found the hypothesis flawed in several key areas, chief among them being: what if someone turns the tv off at the wall? And does the sun still shine if the tv is on standby? Yes we know it is still using 10-15 Watts of electricity and the red dot is clearly visible but this is obviously not enough to power the sun. A-ha front man Morten Harket was so outraged by the backlash surrounding his theorem that it is believed the number one single ‘take on me’ was a taunt to the scientific community at large to disprove his claims. After the bands enforced hiatus their revolutionary theory actually gained some credence in experimental astro-physics circles and they are believed to be in the studio recording new material. According to industry insiders the working title of the album is ‘Scientist can suck my balls, I was right all along’.

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soutie Mar 14, 2009 Rating: -1

does this mean the Stranglers were mistaken with *always the sun* and it is actually going to burn out?

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KILGORE Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 1

Shorey please for once try to look on the bright sunny side !

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KILGORE Mar 13, 2009 Rating: -1

The heating has something to do with waves ( Alfvén) ? This thread IS relevant after all ! Thanks Prof. Sqirl.

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KILGORE Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 1

The heating has something to do with waves ( Alfvén) ? This thread IS relevant after all ! Thanks Prof. Sqirl.

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Shorey Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 1

Seaweedsurfer, the time we waste reading your posts can never be regained either.

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Shorey Mar 13, 2009 Rating: -3

the time we waste reading your posts can never be regained either, yawning takes less time too.

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sqirl Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 0

WROOOOOOONG!!!!....no cookie for you.....I posted a hint on shoreys page........post a slander (towards shorey or spongers) there......and I will give you another hint!

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KILGORE Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 3

Shorey > Life is too short, and the time we waste in yawning never can be regained. Ps Soutie gets the cookie !

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Shorey Mar 13, 2009 Rating: -3

Dont know, talk a bit more and let us know

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soutie Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 4

cause hot air rises, innit.

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KILGORE Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 2

Sqirl > All the solar energies are produced at the core within a zone from the center to about 20% of the solar radius, where the density increases to about 160 times the density of water and the temperature reaches 15 million oK. The energetic photons lose energy as they diffuse outward in the radiative zone, which occupies about 50% of the solar radius. The energy is then transported by means of convection out to the photosphere where the radiation becomes mostly visible light. The atmosphere consists of an inner layer called chromosphere and an outer layer called corona where the gaseous density becomes more tenuous but the temperature increases to more than one million degree K and radiates mainly at extreme ultraviolet and x-ray wavelengths.

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soutie Mar 13, 2009 Rating: -2

plenty of sun here irishSurfChick, come and stay with me. No extra beds but space can be found, but only if you are hot.

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Shorey Mar 13, 2009 Rating: -3

YAWN

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sqirl Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 1

Very good stuff but you left out this tid bit of confusing and useless sun trivia......the suns corona which is quite a distance from the surface is measured in the order of millions of degrees rather than the chilly 6,000* at the surface! Explain why, with some degree of accuracy and you will get a cybercookie!

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. Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 4

The sun! We don't see much of that in Donegal, I'm not sure it really exists!

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soutie Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 6

it is rather prominent, i have noticed it on several occasions.

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surf like me Mar 13, 2009 Rating: 1

ahahaha hottie =]

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