In the February 2008 issue of Surfer magazine,
In the Where Anything Goes article by Sam George,
On page 142,
It reads, You can work at Moonlight Glassing, laminating boards with wallpaper squeegees or at the Surftech distribution center–LOL.
That is quite the contrast, you can be Gary Stuber who has been glassing boards for 40 years or some minimum wage kid organizing the container fresh from Thailand.
Thanks to Sam George for acknowledging that we do indeed exist (even if we don’t technically use wallpaper squeegees).
rasFebruary 16, 2008
Sam has a way of saying things with such authority, as if he representated all of us (who surf). But hey, if you buy the magazine you can get a “free Jordy Poster!”
AnonymousFebruary 16, 2008
Wow, I didn’t know I could be a Malloy. Naw, I’d rather be a Billabong sales rep.
AnonymousFebruary 17, 2008
lol. Sammy-boy should stick to disturbing stories about young natives.
Parallel UniverseFebruary 18, 2008
Oh dear. Sam George sure always has seen himself starring in HIS own surf movie. Even tried naming a certain right point after himself – needless to say the name never quite stuck.
Nevermind, good on Moonlight for some well deserved attention.
ChristianFebruary 20, 2008
“Pop outs suck!” says the guy who drove to the beach in a Toyota filled with gas from Saudi Arabia and wearing boardshorts stitched together in Hong Kong.
LukeFebruary 20, 2008
Popouts do suck and I drive a Chevy and I wear Birdwells KOOK.