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Kimmeridge

Spot Location: UK + Ireland > England > Kimmeridge

Date Taken: 17th January 2010. 2967 page views since 19th January 2010.

Swell Rating Primary Swell Secondary Swell Wind (+ Gusts) Weather
6ft 11s 264.63°     22
mph
Brief Showers 48°f
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removeduser Feb 9, 2010 Rating: 0

It doesn't take much to work someone out by there social behaviour. Don't worry I won't be surfing near you, I'm not into riding 2ft slop with 50 idiots. Gossip spreads quickly when sh#t happens in the water, it's unheard of on the south coast even the UK unless your being a complete tw@t somewhere.(don't be proud of it) You make out surfing is so stressfull, it's all about etiquette bla bla bla, if you were respected as a surfer and a person you wouldn't have any issues. Going for a surf isn't about teaching or in your manner telling strangers what they can and can't do or what they should be doing. It's about minding your own business, getting the biggest pits, hitting the lip, doing airs, doing the biggest carve you've ever done, enjoying good sessions with your mates, the list is endless. It's not about being aggressive around strangers. Why not surf somewhere else, no crowds no hassle, just more waves to yourself. I hope it doesn't ;¬) but If the violence continues I'll be one to back up anyone you hit, threaten, or break their board. Do you ever here of anyone else causing agro with anyone ? I think you know the answer to that. It's not the north shore chap it's Bournemouth Pier the shi##est wave in England. I don't surf the pier because it's weak as pi#s plus you'd agree 80% of surfers there are clueless idiots, but hey who am I to listen too. I agree with the safety factor but like I said if you're a humble surfer that can surf well you would'nt have these issues. As for problems in the water I've had no problems in 20 years of local surfing as well as travelling, neither my friends. Ever thought about looking for somewhere else to surf and not just B'pier? There are plenty of uncrowded waves to surf when the pier is breaking. To end on a positive note ;¬).. try and change your attitude :¬)

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removeduser Feb 9, 2010 Rating: 0

It doesn't take much to work someone out by there social behaviour. Don't worry I won't be surfing near you, I'm not into riding 2ft slop with 50 idiots. Gossip spreads quickly when sh#t happens in the water, it's unheard of on the south coast even the UK unless your being a complete tw@t somewhere.(don't be proud of it) You make out surfing is so stressfull, it's all about etiquette bla bla bla, if you were respected as a surfer and a person you wouldn't have any issues. Going for a surf isn't about teaching or in your manner telling strangers what they can and can't do or what they should be doing. It's about minding your own business, getting the biggest pits, hitting the lip, doing airs, doing the biggest carve you've ever done, enjoying good sessions with your mates, the list is endless. It's not about being aggressive around strangers. Why not surf somewhere else, no crowds no hassle, just more waves to yourself. I hope it doesn't ;¬) but If the violence continues I'll be one to back up anyone you hit, threaten, or break their board. Do you ever here of anyone else causing agro with anyone ? I think you know the answer to that. It's not the north shore chap it's Bournemouth Pier the shi##est wave in England. I don't surf the pier because it's weak as pi#s plus you'd agree 80% of surfers there are clueless idiots, but hey who am I to listen too, just a 40 yr old man with a wife and kids. I agree with the safety factor but like I said if you're a humble surfer that can surf well you would'nt have these issues. As for problems in the water I've had no problems in 20 years of local surfing as well as travelling, neither my friends. Ever thought about looking for somewhere else to surf and not just B'pier? There are plenty of uncrowded waves to surf when the pier is breaking. To end on a positive note ;¬).. try and change your attitude :¬)

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removeduser Feb 9, 2010 Rating: 0

It doesn't take much to work someone out by there social behaviour. Don't worry I won't be surfing near you, I'm not into riding 2ft slop with 50 idiots. Gossip spreads quickly when shit happens in the water, it's unheard of on the south coast even the UK unless your being a complete tw@t somewhere.(don't be proud of it) You make out surfing is so stressfull, it's all about etiquette bla bla bla, if you were respected as a surfer and a person you wouldn't have any issues. Going for a surf isn't about teaching or in your manner telling strangers what they can and can't do. It's about getting pitted, hitting the lip, doing airs, doing the biggest carve you've ever done, enjoying good sessions with your mates, the list is endless. It's not about being aggressive around strangers. Why not surf somewhere else, no crowds no hassle, just more waves to yourself. If the violence continues I'll be one to back up anyone you hit, threaten, or break their board. Do you ever here of anyone else causing agro with anyone ? I think you know the answer to that. It's not the north shore chap it's Bournemouth Pier the shittest wave in England. I don't surf the pier because it's weak as piss plus you'd agree 80% of surfers there are clueless idiots, but hey who am I to listen too, just a 40 yr old man with a wife and kids. I agree with the safety factor but if your a humble surfer that can surf well you would'nt have these issues. As for problems in the water I've had no problems in 20 years of local surfing as well as travelling, neither my friends. Ever thought about looking for somewhere else to surf and not just B'pier? There are plenty of uncrowded waves to surf when the pier is breaking. To end on a positive note.. try and change your attitude..or get help.

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removeduser Feb 9, 2010 Rating: 0

It doesn't take much to work someone out by there social behaviour, Don't worry I won't be surfing near you, I'm not into riding 2ft slop with 50 idiots. Gossip spreads quickly when shit happens in the water, it's unheard of on the south coast even the UK unless your being a complete c@nt somewhere..(don't be proud of it) You make out surfing is so stressfull..it's all about etiquette bla bla bla, if you were respected as a surfer and a person you wouldn't have any issues. Going for a surf isn't about teaching or in your manner telling strangers what they can and can't do. It's about getting pitted, hitting the lip,doing airs, doing the biggest carve you've ever done,enjoying good sessions with your mates..the list is endless.. it's not about being aggressive around strangers in 2ft surf. Why not.. surf somewhere else.. no crowds no hassle.. just more waves to yourself. If the violence continues.. I'll be one to back up anyone you hit threaten, hit or break their board. Do you ever here of anyone else causing agro with anyone ? I think you know the answer to that. It's not the north shore chap it's Bournemouth Pier the shittest wave in England. I don't surf the pier because it's weak as piss plus like you'd agree 80% of surfers there are clueless idiots....whatever I say will fall upon deaf ears...I agree with the safety factor but if your a humble surfer that can surf well you would'nt have these issues. As for problems in the water, I've had no problems in 20 years of local surfing as well as travelling, neither my friends. Ever thought about looking for somewhere else to surf and not just B'pier? There are plenty of uncrowded waves to surf when the pier is breaking. To end on a positive note.. try and change your attitude..or get help.. let it go.

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:¬) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless, immature and not acceptable, plus it could easily land you in a Police cell. Is it down to feeling so inferior in the water you have to make yourself noticed? Is it being so obsessed with etiquette that anything out of line makes you violent towards people? Perhaps it's surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else in the world is stupid? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! To paddle out at a spot and mouth of people you've never seen before is ridiculous and is the one thing in surfing you don't do. Maybe one day you will realise that you can't act how you do- paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, telling people what they can and can't do, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at bourne'pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a social retard. One of your comments made me laugh " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and start acting like a humble human being in the water... minding your own business, respecting others around you, surfing your own peek... the list goes on........ ;¬)

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removeduser Feb 9, 2010 Rating: 0

It doesn't take much to work someone out by there behaviour. Gossip spreads quickly when shit happens in the water, it's so unheard of on the south coast..(don't be proud of it) You make out that surfing is so stressfull.. having to teach strangers what they can and can't do. Why not.. surf somewhere else.. no crowds no hassle.. just more waves! As you said if the violence continues.. I'll be one to back up anyone you hit threaten or break their board. Do you ever here of anyone else causing agro with anyone ? I think you know the answer to that. It's not the north shore chap it's Bournemouth Pier the shittest wave in England. I don't surf the pier because it's weak as piss plus like you'd agree 80% of surfers there are clueless idiots. I think whatever I say will fall upon deaf ears...I agree with the safety factor but if your a humble surfer that can surf well you would'nt have these issues. As for problems in the water, I've had no problems in 20 years of local surfing as well as travelling. Ever thought about looking for somewhere else to surf and not just B'pier? There are plenty of uncrowded waves to surf when the pier is breaking. To end on a positive note.. try and change your attitude.. let it go bud.

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Mr.Red....! Feb 9, 2010 Rating: 0

Thanks for psycho analysing my person so well….. You must be a psychological expert judging by your precise defamation of my character! Rest assured that their are many who may agree with you!? It appears clear you also seem to have reserved opinions towards other members of the local surfing community?! Understandable this is! As in B’mth we have a classic example of too many surfers and not enough waves! This then becomes an increased problem due to the lack of knowledge, skills and “yes” etiquette applied when using this very compact surfing spot! Myself and other locals have been amicably enjoying the waves @ home for many years! This has however become increasingly difficult due to obvious influx of new surfers that to be honest on the whole have no respect, understanding or consideration for what is involved in surfing safely in such a compact spot! You point about mouthing off @ people I have never seen before…… Is a clear example of what has happened on a couple of occasions @ my local breaks! It happens and how its dealt with is for the persons involved to resolve! That said, violence is not the preferred method of resolution but it can happen, has and will more than likely continue! I would love to see a clear set of guidelines/advice adhered too in order to prevent unnecessary situations escalating and peoples safety being threatened! This is something that needs to be recognised and implemented into the ever growing world of surfing, sooner rather than later. Without it there will be social retards like me that get inferiority complexes, act immaturely and unacceptably! Now if you flipped this argument to consider that these less knowledgeable and also disrespectful surfers behave, and how I & we the locals view them!? You don’t cross the road without looking?! Well assume you don’t cause your still here! There are do’s and don’ts that have been implemented into our youth from a young age in order to keep this relatively simple yet quite possible life threatening task as safe as possible. With the roads getting ever increasingly busier just like our surf spots do you not agree that surfers need to adhere to the same do’s and don’ts that we have in the surfing world…… Otherwise labelled “Etiquette” Your somewhat overly unnecessary rant @ me and you suppressed negative opinions of our local surfing community is somewhat of a stooooopid, social retarded, hippyish perspective of what really is not the issue here! Safety is! It is essential that when taking part in surfing, which can be a very dangerous sport that you learn all of the above mentioned guidelines and take these with you whenever you surf, wherever you surf! AND that you choose to surf in appropriate conditions in a safe manner @ all times. So until you can surf a peak with me and the rest of us, as a competently safety first surfer ! Don’t bother cause you just are not welcome! I can for a fact guarantee the backing of most if not all the social retards I have surfed with for the last 20 tears!

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:¬) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless, immature and not acceptable, plus it could easily land you in a Police cell. Is it down to feeling so inferior in the water you have to make yourself noticed? Is it being so obsessed with etiquette that anything out of line makes you violent towards people? Perhaps it's surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else in the world is the stupid? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! To paddle out at a spot and mouth of people you've never seen before is just ridiculous. Maybe one day you will realise that you can't act how you do- paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, telling people what they can and can't do, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at the pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a social retard. One of your comments made me laugh " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and start acting like a humble human being in the water... minding your own business, respecting others around you, surfing your own peek... the list goes on........ ;¬)

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:¬) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless, immature and not acceptable, plus it could easily land you in a Police cell. Is it down to feeling so inferior in the water you have to make yourself noticed? Is it being so obsessed with etiquette that anything out of line makes you violent towards people? Perhaps it's surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else in the world is the stupid? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! To paddle out at a spot and mouth of people you've never seen before is just ridiculous. Maybe one day you will realise that you can't act how you do- paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, telling people what they can and can't do, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at the pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a an idiot. One of your comments made me laugh " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and start acting like a humble human being in the water... minding your own business, respecting others around you, surfing your own peek... the list goes on........ ;¬)

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:¬) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless, immature and not acceptable, plus it could easily land you in a Police cell. Is it down to feeling so inferior in the water you have to make yourself noticed? Is it being so obsessed with etiquette that anything out of line makes you violent towards people? Perhaps it's surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else in the world is the stupid? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! To paddle out at a spot and mouth of people you've never seen before is just ridiculous. Maybe one day you will realise that you can't act how you do- paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, telling people what they can and can't do, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at the pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a an idiot. One of your comments made me laugh " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and start acting like a humble human being in the water... minding your own business, respecting others around you, surfing your own peek... the list goes on........ ;¬)

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:¬) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless immature and not acceptable. Maybe it's down to being an angry man who feel's so inferior in the water he has to make himself noticed? Or maybe surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else is the same? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! Paddling out at a spot and mouthing of people you've never seen before is just ridiculous. Maybe one day you will realise that you can't act how you do, paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at the pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a complete prick. One of your comments made me laugh, " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and start acting like a humble human being in the water ;¬)

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:¬) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless immature and not acceptable. Maybe it's down to being an angry man who feel's so inferior in the water he has to make himself noticed? Or maybe surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else is the same? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! Paddling out at a spot and mouthing of people you've never seen before is just ridiculous, Maybe one day you will realise that you have no authority to speak to people how you do, paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at the pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a complete prick. Reading your comments made me laugh, " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and be a humble human being in the water ;¬)

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removeduser Feb 8, 2010 Rating: 0

Arh, shouting, hitting people and breaking boards is not etiquette mr red, did you know RED means anger and violence? Quite fitting I'd say:) Being violent and aggresive if someone is in your way has not "got to be done". It's pointless immature and not acceptable. Maybe it's down to being an angry man who feel's so inferior in the water he has to make himself noticed? Or maybe surfing around idiots for the last 10 years has made you think everyone else is the same? I've seen you in croyde giving the locals agro! Paddling out at a spot and mouthing of people you've never seen before is just ridiculous, Maybe one day you will realise that you have no authority to speak to people how you do, paddling around shouting and talking to yourself, sitting inches away from people to provoke them. I've seen you do it at the pier a lot, all it does is make yourself look like a complete prick. Reading your comments made me laugh, " paddling out at a new spot where you knew no one..... you'd get moved on sharpish"..Isn't that you? Well lets hope you change for the best and be a humble human being in the water ;)

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Mr.Red....! Feb 8, 2010 Rating: -1

I love this sh@t....... Grow some GaHonas or face da truth.....? Your all too mentally backwards to understand etiquette and to make your stand in public! Go home and dont botha coming back unless your gunna do it as its supposed to be done! In other words "NUT UP OR SHUT UP" ;-)

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nouser Feb 2, 2010 Rating: 0

That cock isn't even worth commenting about.

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nouser Feb 2, 2010 Rating: 0

Don't know why you pussies even bother wasting your time on him. The bloke is a tosser.

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johnrambo Jan 29, 2010 Rating: 0

true he is angry but as far as the slagging goes he's known for his erratic behaviour. i watched him hit a guy over something so pointless at Bournemouth. least now he is named and shamed for hitting people. breaking boards. hope he eats humble pie

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johnrambo Jan 29, 2010 Rating: 0

true he is angry but as far as the slagging goes. he's known for his erratic behaviour. i watched him hit a guy over something so pointless. least now he is named and shamed for hitting people. breaking boards. hope he eats humble pie

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johnrambo Jan 29, 2010 Rating: 0

true he is angry but as far as the slagging goes. this guy's known for his erratic behaviour. i watched him hit a guy over something so pointless. being named and shamed for hitting people. breaking boards. what next. hope he eats humble pie

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johnrambo Jan 29, 2010 Rating: 0

as far as bitching goes he's known for his erratic behaviour. i watched him hit a guy over something so pointless. hope he reads it. after being named and shamed for hitting people and breaking boards. lets hope he eats humble pie

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johnrambo Jan 29, 2010 Rating: 0

as far as bitching goes he's known for his erratic behaviour. i watched him hit a guy over somthing so pointless. hope he reads it. after being named and shamed for hitting people and breaking boards. lets hope he eats humble pie

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johnrambo Jan 25, 2010 Rating: 0

yes i watched him break someones board. he's known for his erratic behaviour. as far as bitching goes said what i had to say. hope he read it. after being named and shamed which i think he deserves. lets hope he eats humble pie

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johnrambo Jan 25, 2010 Rating: 0

yes i watched him break someones board. as far as bitching goes said what i had to say. hope he read it. after being named and shamed which i think he deserves. lets hope he ate humble pie

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tim626 Jan 24, 2010 Rating: 0

ha give him a break

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tim626 Jan 24, 2010 Rating: 0

Give him a break

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removeduser Jan 22, 2010 Rating: -1

Perhaps because he's an angry kook who thinks he's a big dog in the water? Used to see him at b-pier a lot. He'll learn sooner or later

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tim626 Jan 22, 2010 Rating: -1

dangerous maybe, I'd say completely stupid. Was in the west country once with the missus and he paddled out near us, ten mins later he started shouting at the locals. Why does he do it ?

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removeduser Jan 22, 2010 Rating: 0

He's just an angry kook who thinks he's a big dog in the water regardless. Used to see him at the b-pier a lot. He'll learn sooner or later

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removeduser Jan 21, 2010 Rating: 0

Dorsets most dangerous man

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removeduser Jan 21, 2010 Rating: 0

I'm not one to be negative but I was in cornwall a while back and saw this guy, he paddled out near me and the missus and within 10 minutes started giving the locals jip for no reason

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

only know his face from watching him snap a board and punch some poor guy, for what? It's not life threatening pipeline it's bournemouth pier the shitest wave in england i'm just one of many that thinks he's an A.D.H.D idiot with no social awareness, he doesn't know how to behave in public and has no respect for anyone ,no chance he's a real waterman

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

I'm just one of many that thinks he's an A.D.H.D inept idiot with no social awareness, he doesn't know how to behave in public and has no respect for anyone no chance he's a real waterman

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

not at all he's an inept idiot with no social awareness, or respect for anyone

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

That thug is an unhinged social retard, he's got a reputation for starting trouble and being violent for no reason, seen him punch some poor bloke over nothing

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King Kong Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 1

stee lo is right! (for once) haha...and when you start doing shit like this, maybe someone might listen to you!? right now you sound like the average londoner that turns up on a saturday in the summer and judges from what you see! gweggy boy is a decent surfer, and a nice bloke! its just the holiday makers that come down whenever lieweed puts the old 5 star rating up and these holiday makers start getting in the way and becoming a liability without fail, that the local crowd start getting pretty pissed off! as you would do.

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Mat Granger Jan 20, 2010 Rating: -1

Sweet picture of a truly passionate surfer. Misunderstood hardcore real waterman that commands respect and gives it back to thoughs that deserve it. Fucking people over and hiding behind a pseudonym is bullshit; if you have a problem talk to him you seem to know who he is.

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steelo Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

very brave sweet nothing. hiding behind anonymity. why don't you tell us who you are and we can discuss this face to face if you like? maybe if you have surfed the pier for 20 years you would understand the problems that have come about as time has passed and with it the standards of etiquette have slipped by the wayside.

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

That thug is an unhinged social retard, he's got a reputation for starting trouble and being violent for no reason, seen him punch some poor bloke over nothing

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

That's the social retard that hits people at Bournemouth pier!

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

I watched that billy no mates retard hit some poor bloke, for what?

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removeduser Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

ooo the most hated man in town

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steelo Jan 20, 2010 Rating: 0

Gweg

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