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Week in Review

Random happenings in surf for the Week of February 6

| posted on February 12, 2012

A few strange highlights from a week that was light on strangeness.

Bruce Surfs Teahupoo Blindfolded
Because he can.

Beautiful Hawaiian Music, And Profanity
Dibi Fletcher presents Eddie Rothman.

A Newspaper Headline That Makes No Sense
Featuring Laura Enever.

Creepy.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that a 53-year-old William R. Ainsworth was arrested last week for posing as “15-year-old surfer boys in Florida” on Facebook and attempting to convince young girls to send him provocative photos. Be careful girls, surfer boys with “with well-defined abdominal muscles” on the Internet aren’t always what they seem.

Dramatization. Not to be confused with the actual Internet creeper.

Caricatures Are Grand
The latest cover of Brazil’s Fluir Magazine.

No Throwing Frisbees in LA
LA residents were in an uproar this week over a revised ordinance that requires beach-goers to obtain lifeguards’ permission in order to toss balls and Frisbees. Violators will be given $100 to $500 fines. The ordinance also prohibits “digging any hole deeper than 18 inches into the sand.”

 

Kelly, Mark Cunningham, and Friends
In other news, Slater turned 40 this week.

Photos: Morgan Maassen

Sh*t Girls Say…to Kolohe Andino






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  • john

    The Laura Enever headline is a joke. Nike, you ARE the joke.

  • Dewey

    Eddie must be kidding when he talks about not doing drugs. I notice he did not say anything about selling them. Kind of like the kettle calling the pot (pun intended) black.