Thursday, January 10, 2008

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Just to clear up any confusion. As far as we know, the San Onofre closure DOES NOT AFFECT the upcoming "Gathering of the Tribes" scheduled for this weekend at Church. However, you may need to park at the Trestles entrance and walk from there. We here at San-O Daze are just not sure.

32 comments:

that's what I heard said...

Is it true that the DLSA is providing a shuttle from Carl's Jr. down to the contest site?

post more poop videos! said...

Whew, I was losing sleep over that.

citozen said...

What's the entrance fee for the contest?

san clementean said...

what time does the contest start?

Jose said...

Is there a discount for senior citizens?

slow poke said...

Is it too late to enter?

Anonymous said...

Do you have contact number puttzle? You are the man in the know.

need help said...

Are there size limitations on the long boards?

thanks in advance said...

Could you post an FAQ on the contest?

bobby k. said...

Where's Trestles?

Frank Knocks said...

i must remember to disconnect the wall heater in the garage.

I'm Telling said...

Swartzenegger started it.

ONE BORN EVERY MINUTE said...

And just how is $eymour tied into this?

puttzle said...

I don't give out my number, anonymous.

great photo sydney said...

This just might top the "Submarine" caper.

arnold said...

Just when M has a firm grip on the lead in worst ranger poll.

RANGER D said...

I will pay everyone who votes for ranger M $20.

Trivia answerer said...

On The Partridge Family, she played Tracy Partridge, the youngest daughter who played the tambourine. After The Partridge Family, she made several TV movies and the television program, Mulligan's Stew in 1977. Her last movie role was in Children of Divorce from 1980.

Mingo said...

"Suddenly appears when there is free food. Unfindable when the food costs money." . . .

but that describes 90% of the locals at San-O.

Sydney Carton, Esq. said...

Great photo:

Thanks. This one drew a follow up post, so perhaps it belongs in another category. Looking at the original and the follow up post, you're right, it looks to have outpaced the Nazi U-Boat one.

And interestingly enough, both drew threats of legal action. The recent one right away, the U-Boat one a year later. The Internet never forgets.

great photo said...

Yes in deed, Sydney.

observer said...

I thought you guys at the point were a little funny with your limp wrists.

PHIL HENDRIE said...

WTF???

Allan Seymour said...

You are making it impossible for us bottom feeders to make a buck.

How will I be able to sell all my knock off's if you scare people away. My attorney, Perry Mason, will be contacting you directly and issuing a TRO.

Big Al

Anonymous said...

Seriously, gas is going to $4.00 per gallon while you people sit around griping about San Onofre shut down for good. Get a life, morons!

Tommy Knocks said...

You are not, and will never will be "Big Al." If you thought that when people called you "Big A," that it was short for "Al," you are the idiot that say you are. You ain't ever going to even be Wierld Al cuz you aren't anything.

Raise the entry fee to $40 said...

When gas hits $20 per gallon, it will finally keep some of the riff raft outta my beloved SanO.

Anonymous said...

Dear loyal visitors to San Onofre.
My company Allan Seymour Productions Inc. is considering obtaining the entrance concession to surf beach.
Do you think $ 20. a visit is too little to pay. We would have a surf ticket, sort of like a lift ticket for snowboarders. Of course, multiple users would receive a discount.
Stay tuned for the Surf Patrol tryouts.
Save Surf Beach.
Allan Seymour

Dingo said...

I have confirmed the the previous comment is from the "real" Allan Seymour and he is currently the high bidder in recieving the San Onofre Surf Beach concesion.

MB said...

I understand that the Nature Conservancy is preparing a bid and are considering opening up a certain number of "slots" each day for surfers. They will determine the number of slots on the ecological conditions and swell size. They are basing this program on their successful ownership and management of blue ribbon trout streams.

MB

Rubio the Magnificent said...

Katie & I are absolutely aghast at what you guys are up to.

Anonymous said...

SURF ALERT
Governor Arnold Schwartznegger has awarded the first Pay per Wave concession contract exclusively to Allan Seymour Productions Inc., long time San Onofre Surf Beach promoter. Seymour explained that surfers will be able to pre-pay for their waves through an existing paypal account. First ten waves are sold in a block for $ 12. Over ten waves per day accelerates user to Golden Wave status and allows priority during crowded conditions. S.O.S.C. board members receive a 10% discount. Past presidents ride for free.
Save Surf Beach

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