Sunday, September 21, 2008

Jibberish!

What is this guy yapping about? Surfing is not a Sport? Just because of scoring, or lack of it? It's an ACTIVITY?

11 comments:

knockers said...

Nothing is ever deleted from Tube's Vblog. Nothing. Only the truth is spoken here.

merriam webster said...

ac·tiv·i·ty
Pronunciation: \ak-ˈti-və-tē\
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s):
plural ac·tiv·i·ties
Date:
1530

1: the quality or state of being active
2: vigorous or energetic action : liveliness
3: natural or normal function: as a: a process (as digestion) that an organism carries on or participates in by virtue of being alive b: a similar process actually or potentially involving mental function ; specifically : an educational procedure designed to stimulate learning by firsthand experience
4: an active force
5 a: a pursuit in which a person is active
b: a form of organized, supervised, often extracurricular recreation
6: an organizational unit for performing a specific function ; also : its function or duties

merriam webster said...

sport
Pronunciation:
\ˈspȯrt\
Function:
verb
Etymology:
Middle English, to divert, disport, short for disporten
Date:
15th century

intransitive verb
1 a: to amuse oneself : frolic (lambs sporting in the meadow)
b: to engage in a sport
2 a: to mock or ridicule something b: to speak or act in jest : trifle
3 [2sport] : to deviate or vary abruptly from type (as by bud variation) : mutatetransitive verb1: to display or wear usually ostentatiously : boast (sporting expensive new shoes)
2 [2sport] : to put forth as a sport or bud variation

merriam webster said...

sport
Function: noun
Date:15th century

1 a: a source of diversion : recreation
b: sexual play
c:(1): physical activity engaged in for pleasure (
2): a particular activity (as an athletic game) so engaged in
2 a: pleasantry , jest
b: often mean-spirited jesting : mockery , derision
3 a: something tossed or driven about in or as if in play
b: laughingstock
4 a: sportsman
b: a person considered with respect to living up to the ideals of sportsmanship (a good sport) (a poor sport)
c: a companionable person
5: an individual exhibiting a sudden deviation from type beyond the normal limits of individual variation usually as a result of mutation especially of somatic tissue

Anonymous said...

Stop the nit-picking, NOW!

Anonymous said...

puttzle, tube's Vblog is a forum for surfers venting their feelings. Unless, you've walked a mile in Tuthill's moccasins then you musn't castigate him

up to here said...

What is this shit about murphy not riding big waves? Thats bullshit! You can train a monkey to ride big waves just look at greg noll. And who are you to put down our icon. Have you ever seen him surf? Most of the great surfers got their recognition on style and performance not because they rode big waves. I'd rather watch a good hot-dogger than some bug-stanced ego maniac. I bet you're a spotlight grabbing kook. I bet you say "I know everybody in surfing" Yeah, but who cares what or who you blow. If you can't walk the walk, don't talk the talk. Besides I bet your moccasins are a size small just like your balls, and when you can surf in murphy's booties (which could never happen) then you can put him down. And don't put down our puttzle either, he is the master of this blog and one hell of a great person.

your third grade teacher said...

After refreshing myself on what constitutes something being a sport, I see nothing indicating that scoring is required.

To quote:
Sport as a noun, 1c. Also see 2a.

1 a: a source of diversion : recreation
b: sexual play
c:(1): physical activity engaged in for pleasure
2): a particular activity (as an athletic game) so engaged in
2 a: pleasantry , jest

Surfing is a sport, competition or not.

knockers said...

'Up to Here' you are so Chamber of Commerce, I can't believe it. There is no way your precious Murph is an Icon. No way, Jose.

pearl vision said...

Knockers I believe he met to say an Isore.

Anonymous said...

I don't know who this loser is, but I know loser when I see one.

He's taking up space.

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