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Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by chrisb » Thu Feb 09, 2012 4:32 pm

Looks like Don just missed this. I couldn't see anyone out there though. Ghost Trees?

http://www.smh.com.au/photogallery/spor ... 1rnc8.html

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Re: Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by purple pyramids » Fri Feb 10, 2012 9:34 am

spectacular!
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Re: Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by Spoon » Fri Feb 10, 2012 3:22 pm

You wouldn't be watching the golf.
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Re: Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by kreepykrawly » Mon Feb 20, 2012 7:17 am

Within that image lies the antithesis between one of the worlds most boringly mind numbing sports and the rage and furry inflicted environment that top level surfers find themselves in.

Footy…boring
Swimming….boring
Cycling…boring
Athletics….boring
Tennis….boring
Surfing competitions in small waves….boring
Surfing competitions…..boring

Shane Dorian et al free surfing monsters …..not boring

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Re: Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by marcus » Mon Feb 20, 2012 3:46 pm

totally agree
however shane dorian playing tennis with laird hamilton, while surfing ginornous waves wouldnt be boring.
imagine how big the net would be, and the umpires chair.
youd need super bouncy balls that float.

or paintball big wave surfing.
waimea, 5 dudes drop in and you fire off from your guns on your hips. bang bang.


or big wave paintball waterbike cycling that would be fun.

or when a dudes in a pit at teahupoo, all the peanut gallery in the channel is firing nerf arrows at him to make it interesting. hed had a helmet with lazer beams to blast the arrows away.
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Re: Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by purple pyramids » Mon Feb 20, 2012 4:42 pm

you been into the red frogs, again?
marcus wrote:totally agree
however shane dorian playing tennis with laird hamilton, while surfing ginornous waves wouldnt be boring.
imagine how big the net would be, and the umpires chair.
youd need super bouncy balls that float.

or paintball big wave surfing.
waimea, 5 dudes drop in and you fire off from your guns on your hips. bang bang.


or big wave paintball waterbike cycling that would be fun.

or when a dudes in a pit at teahupoo, all the peanut gallery in the channel is firing nerf arrows at him to make it interesting. hed had a helmet with lazer beams to blast the arrows away.

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Re: Tiger Woods & Big Waves

Post by marcus » Mon Feb 20, 2012 6:10 pm

purple pyramids wrote:you been into the red frogs, again?
sort of, 4 triple shot large soy lates, no breakfast
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