Punta San Carlos

Punta San Carlos

Post by Point Ride » Fri, 24 Oct 1997 04:00:00


What the *** is going on in San Carlos. I heard the Cali-fags that charge
people money to camp in the dirt bought the beach. Is this possible. Has the
world lost it's sense of good?

Help me. Tell me I'm having a bad dream.

 
 
 

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Post by Robby Walke » Sat, 25 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Sorry it's true. Maybe we should rename it Elm St.

Quote:

>What the *** is going on in San Carlos. I heard the Cali-fags that charge
>people money to camp in the dirt bought the beach. Is this possible. Has
the
>world lost it's sense of good?

>Help me. Tell me I'm having a bad dream.


 
 
 

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Post by Ray B. Man » Sun, 26 Oct 1997 04:00:00

On Thu, 23 Oct 1997 19:26:43 -0700, "Point Rider"

Quote:

>What the *** is going on in San Carlos. I heard the Cali-fags that charge
>people money to camp in the dirt bought the beach. Is this possible. Has the
>world lost it's sense of good?

>Help me. Tell me I'm having a bad dream.

For more insight into your bad dream, check the following:
<http://SportToday.org/;
                   Ray B.

 
 
 

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Post by Taura » Sun, 26 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> Sorry it's true. Maybe we should rename it Elm St.

Just boycott the spot... Baja is a big windy place. Y would you want to
go solow?

Use to be a cool spot but now its just kooked out. Hey gringo this is
not a free spot to grovel in the dirt anymore. Even the crapper's got
paper now... damn whats next fresh water?

Anyway its more fun digging RV holes on the road in than sailing that
spot. Use a shovel dig it deep then fill it with dusty fluff.... ouch
there goes my axl ;)

  ~~~~Tauras Sulaitis~~~~            
     <<<Sty in my I>>>                  
http://www.slonet.org/~tsulaiti/

 
 
 

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Post by James S. Dube » Tue, 28 Oct 1997 04:00:00



Quote:

> >Just boycott the spot... Baja is a big windy place. Y would you want to
> >go solow?

> Let's boycott Solow. Nice name by the way

> >Use to be a cool spot but now its just kooked out. Hey gringo this is
> >not a free spot to grovel in the dirt anymore. Even the crapper's got
> >paper now... damn whats next fresh water?

> >Anyway its more fun digging RV holes on the road in than sailing that
> >spot. Use a shovel dig it deep then fill it with dusty fluff.... ouch
> >there goes my axl ;)

> Are we talking boycott or just  plain ***in with 'em? Maybe some gasoline
> and dynamite would be in order.  Used to slash tires on the vehicles of the
> non-locals. wonder if he has adequte security? Where does this***head
> live? Halloween is just around the corner. Trick or treat.

> >  ~~~~Tauras Sulaitis~~~~
> >     <<<Sty in my I>>>
> >http://SportToday.org/~tsulaiti/

Come on, guys.  Grow up.  You are talking like 15 year old surf rats.

Who are the locals at San Carlos?  Not you and not me.  The locals don't
windsurf or surf, for that matter.

Go ahead and boycott Solo if you want.  I won't be using them either.  
But talking about vandalizing the road and slashing tires is juvenile
and counterproductive.

 
 
 

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Post by Point Ride » Tue, 28 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Quote:
>Come on, guys.  Grow up.  You are talking like 15 year old surf rats.

>Who are the locals at San Carlos?  Not you and not me.  The locals don't
>windsurf or surf, for that matter.

>Go ahead and boycott Solo if you want.  I won't be using them either.
>But talking about vandalizing the road and slashing tires is juvenile
>and counterproductive.

I do consider myself a "local" at SC. I know of many other locals also. And
they don't live in the Fish Camp. Been going for years and intend on going
for many more. I feel very territorial about the place. I feel it is being
threatened with commercialization and over-population.

The Wave God only produces so many waves in any particular day at any
particular place. If you take the total number of waves and divide them by
the number of people in the water you would have a number that represented
the average number of waves available to an average guy. It doesn't take a
math major to realize that the more people in the water then the fewer
number of waves available per man.

One of the natural beauties of SC is it's in the middle of ***in nowhere.
It's windy day and night. It's cold. It's in Mexico and you all know how
scary that is. If you have a medical emergency and requre immediate help,
kiss your ass goodbye. It's what keeps a lot of people away. Fewer people =
More Waves /Day. Otherwise known as the MWD theory.

Along comes a capitalistic pig making things more comfortable and here comes
more people. More comfort=more people=Fewer Waves / Day. Get it? FWD. In
addition to the basic math above when you make it more comfortable you will
draw a different crowd. A crowd that does not consider the beach their own
and therefore treat it accordingly. Those of us who are a little territorial
do take care of "our beach." Unlike the capitalist or his rich visitor who
think nothing of trashin the place.

So I'm sorry if we sound like "15 year old surf rats" but the concept of FWD
is intolerable. Especially if it's a bunch of puds who need the comfort and
security of buying their way in  I don't know if blowing up the road,
slashing tires, weenie roasts or ? will work but I know sitting on your ass
and watching won't.  So James, what bright ideas do you have or don't you
really care?

Here's to MWD.

 
 
 

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Post by James S. Dube » Tue, 28 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> So I'm sorry if we sound like "15 year old surf rats" but the concept of FWD
> is intolerable. Especially if it's a bunch of puds who need the comfort and
> security of buying their way in  I don't know if blowing up the road,
> slashing tires, weenie roasts or ? will work but I know sitting on your ass
> and watching won't.  So James, what bright ideas do you have or don't you
> really care?

> Here's to MWD.

Point Rider,

Why don't you use your real name?

I suspect I was surfing PSC and many points further south before you were
born.  I've seen what has happened in California and Mexico and I care.

What bright ideas do I have for you?

1.  Quit thinking about committing criminal acts.
2.  Quit pissing into the wind.
3.  Get a grasp on reality.
4.  Go further south.

 
 
 

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Post by Taura » Fri, 31 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> Come on, guys.  Grow up.  You are talking like 15 year old surf rats.

> Who are the locals at San Carlos?  Not you and not me.  The locals don't
> windsurf or surf, for that matter.

> Go ahead and boycott Solo if you want.  I won't be using them either.
> But talking about vandalizing the road and slashing tires is juvenile
> and counterproductive.

Seems like ;) are getting misinterpreted as fact. Its true many long
time visitors are not stoked with developments at SC but there does seem
to be  tone of communication and cooperation being explored by the
parties vested in the area's riches. I have to say that while the locals
might not surf they are many times benefiting from the gringo's and its
a symbiotic relationship that needs to be fostered and not polarized by
foreign factions wanting to develop for other reasons. Its great that
the FOFSC can get together with solow to find solutions! Hey maybe this
internet thing is better at solving problems than creating them, don't
hold your breath ;)

--
  ~~~~Tauras Sulaitis~~~~            
     <<<Sty in my I>>>                  
http://www.slonet.org/~tsulaiti/

 
 
 

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Post by A Sandova » Fri, 31 Oct 1997 04:00:00

Quote:


> >> So I'm sorry if we sound like "15 year old surf rats" but the concept of
> FWD
> >> is intolerable. Especially if it's a bunch of puds who need the comfort
> and
> >> security of buying their way in  I don't know if blowing up the road,
> >> slashing tires, weenie roasts or ? will work but I know sitting on your
> ass
> >> and watching won't.  So James, what bright ideas do you have or don't you
> >> really care?

> >> Here's to MWD.

> >Point Rider,

> >Why don't you use your real name?

> >I suspect I was surfing PSC and many points further south before you were
> >born.  I've seen what has happened in California and Mexico and I care.

> >What bright ideas do I have for you?

> >1.  Quit thinking about committing criminal acts.
> >2.  Quit pissing into the wind.
> >3.  Get a grasp on reality.
> >4.  Go further south.

> Wow. Thanks for the great ideas. That will really help rid us of the evil
> entrepeneur. It's nice to know my elders are so wise and helpful in times of
> need.

  Point Rider, if you are so right why are you afraid to let us know who
you are?  It is, I think, only those unsure of their posistion who chose
to put forth a proposistion without owning up to the posting.
  Your lack of integrity is obvious to all who read your postings.
 Alan Sandoval
 The Water Planet
 Huntington Beach, Ca
714-901-8440

http://thewaterplanet.com