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WHEN SURFING "BEGINS" TO SUCK

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by the way, how do you guys post pics? do i need some program, or info?

if you could help out id appreciate it!

 

thanks:king:

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how to post images: right click the image, go to properties, highlight the url adress and save it, then when you click on new reply click the IMG button then paste then adress in there....or if its already saved on your computer you can load it to a photo hosting site then do the same thing.

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Originally posted by space base

Thats crazy looking, it could be a dolphin though but Im not a expert on fishes.

 

i definetly think thats a shark. it has a triangle like nose and the back fin in verticle.. i think dolfins have a horizontal fin.. but im not expert either

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I think it starts to suck on the east coast... I guess sukkas just don't understand wave dynamics but...

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Originally posted by space base

how to post images: right click the image, go to properties, highlight the url adress and save it, then when you click on new reply click the IMG button then paste then adress in there....or if its already saved on your computer you can load it to a photo hosting site then do the same thing.

 

 

 

thanks a shit load man! lemmie se if that works:king:

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Pilau, that's a Killer Whale, not a dolphin.

 

i think that the shark in the picture is kind of on an angle, so it's kind of hard to tell whether or not it's vertical or horizontal.

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Maybe you dont realize it but there are like 8-10 foot long sharks just a little bit out in the water at the beach. Even where people swim.

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damn you fools have never seen a dolphin show in person or on tv where the dolphin looks like he is walkin acoss the top of the water. They couldn't do that with a verticle fin.

 

Wordem up.

 

oh and w3ns thanks for ruining all beaches for me..:D

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well, it certainly isn't a eastern bottlenose dolphin.

 

one time i was 9 i was swimming with my dad and i said "like look there's a log in the water" and reached down to grab it and my dad says that it's a sand shark, i thought he was joking so i grabbed for it anyhow and it swam away, it was at least as tall as me, but fairly harmless i hear. what's the shallow water killer, tiger, lemon?

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Florida certainly sucks in that sense for surfing, Shark attack capital of the world.

They show fly over shots of beaches all the time on the local news (this happens to be in cocoa) And while dimwitted tourists are waving to get on the evening edition, sharks are just chilling swimming all around.

It's real eerie seeing siloettes like that.

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Guest Pilau Hands
Pilau, that's a Killer Whale, not a dolphin.

 

yeah i know but tale is the same.

thepicture serves its purpose

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I think its adolphin. Ive seen pics similar to that one before

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_

 

 

 

 

Claim: _ Photograph shows a surfer's close encounter with a lurking shark.

 

Status: _ False.

 

Example: _ [Collected on the Internet, 2003]

 

Origins: _ The photograph displayed above is indeed real, but it doesn't depict the hair-raising scene most viewers think it does.

 

This picture was taken by photographer Kurt Jones on 9 April 2003 at Surfrider Beach in Malibu, one of California's premier surfing beaches. But as the version of the photograph posted on the web indicates, however, the ominous-looking finned creature lurking just beneath the surface of the waves is a dolphin (possibly a bottlenose), not a shark.

 

http://www.snopes.com/photos/graphics/dolphin.jpg'>

 

A subsequent photograph of the animal taken a few seconds after the picture shown above demonstrates conclusively that it was in fact a dolphin:

 

Last updated: _ 24 July 2003

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The URL for this page is http://www.snopes.com/photos/surfer.asp

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