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I read in surfing magazine that epoxy boards are unbreakable.
Dude, i think i saw the previous owner of this board the other day.. He roled up to the swami in his BMW X5 and put on his shortjohn with hood, sun shades, ear plugs and booties paddled out and took off on me. On the paddle back out he was like “Dude did you see that last one”
after you mow the lawn take out the trash ya lazy punk.
in a surfrider trash can no less.
If Beacons can break it, I don’t want it.
Why does the first photo look like it was taken indoors? The second is clearly on the beach… I’m hungry for leftover Chinese food.
I found it sticking out of the Beacon’s trash can as is in the photo. I scrounged around the beach for the other half but couldn’t find it. I then took it home to show all my friends. Then we went to the local Thai restraunt and got some food to go in some styrofoam containers.Styrofoam rules!
I still have the broken board if you want to check it out.
Jean-Paul St. Pierre
CEO & Janitor of the mega-corpo surf company: Surfy Surfy, Inc