Tuesday, June 09, 2009

My friend works at Home Depot.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank god no beaners were hurt in that!

Anonymous said...

Well, I hope they shit-canned that 'forkies' ass. He's no good. Piss on the Hy's, thank goodness no children were harmed. There's a SANO surfer working at Home Depot. I'll bet he was the operator. Wonderful reporting Sid Esq.

Larry H. Parker said...

Friend or client???

Anonymous said...

Mr.Parker, I can tell you Chis Darrow, Carol Holder, Cheryl Carroll, were members of Corkey Carroll and the Corketts. Musicians, not medical freaks..

Not Murphy said...

A special day of surfing is about to unfold as the annual Dewey Weber Longboard Classic kicks off on Saturday, June 13 at Doheny State Park. The event will celebrate Dewey's legacy and showcases highly competitive longboard surfing. Surfers from as far away as Japan will be competing at this year's event. A highlight will be the always fun to watch Mini Grom expression session. Also, this year's program is part of the Doheny State Beach Surf-A-Rama where the State Park features over 50 surf inspired vendors. Items for sale will include surfboards, books, paintings, jewelry, and classic surf items.

Anonymous said...

"Not Murphy" - That's the best disguise ever!

Anonymous said...

Not Murphy, how about 1st Dale Dobson; 2nd David N.; 3rd Ome guy from HB; 4th
A nother guy from somewhere; 5th Tom Witt.
Tuthill won, but was a DQ.

Pueudo Murphy said...

A Little Bit of History:? The late 1950s found Dewey Weber christened the first "hot-dogger" of surfing and one of the world's best surfers. Dewey began manufacturing surfboards in the early 1960s and became one of the largest surfboard manufacturers. ??Since longboards were the ONLY boards known in the surfing world, Dewey's designs and surfing style were in high demand. This "little man on wheels," with his flamboyant style, had such an impact on surfing that Surfing Magazine proclaimed him the "father of modern surfing."

Anonymous said...

oh puleez, gag me.

Murphy's evil twin said...

Dewey's surfing style was an impetus to the shorter and lighter boards now seen in the short board market. His manufacturing designs pushed the envelope of surfboard design. In the late 1960s short boards were becoming the "in thing" with the younger crowd and longboarding took a back seat.??In 1981, a growing number of people once again began ordering longboards and, because of his passion for the longboard style and attitude, Dewey decided to reunite the top competitive surfers from the heyday of longboard surfing.??These surfers from the mid-1960s were invited to take a trip down memory lane with a fun day of competition at the Manhattan Beach Pier.

Not Dewey said...

“Hey, Murphy, we’re goin’ to the beach today! Don’t forget, we’re dressin’ like King Tut would if it was casual Friday!


“And remember the most important part, Murph. We’re all gonna glue bits of blue plastic over our johnsons, so chicks will think we’re cool!”

Anonymous said...

'PSUEDO MURPH', Shamefully, you didn't mention the original contest, won by Dale Dobson, was the Peff Eick/Dewey Weber at the MB pier. Mr.Eick and F.Henry Ford were recent inductees in '08. Ain't surfing grand.

BUNG HOLE said...

Ford and Eich, inducted into what, 'The Crawl of Shame'.

Anonymous said...

'HOLE', do you think 'fall guy' would be a better choice than 'whipping boy'. I shor' do. How's by you?

Pot said...

Guess what the topic of the day is on NeoNs blog?

SQUEAKING WHEEL said...

Called a trademark....

Amen! said...

SCIENCE FLIES YOU TO THE MOON...

RELIGION FLIES YOU INTO BUILDINGS!

Anonymous said...

'Amen', do you know who Amy Sweeny was?

larry coronary RIP said...

American Airlines Flight 11
9/11/2001

Moon Phase