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Surf in Russia« on: July 26 2006 03:07:00 »
I have just been transferred to Northern Russia to check out some nuclear power stations. Does anyone know if there are any waves on the north coast of Russia? I saw surfboards on the roof of a van travelling in that direction last week. Who knows what they are keeping secret here. They even sell wax in the supermarkets!!
RE: Surf in Russia« Reply #2 on: July 26 2006 08:07:00 »
Comrade Igor........we are watching you!!! If you give anymore state secrets away, you will be in Siberia before you can say "Ya mechtayu vstretit zhencshiny, chtoby razdelit s ney moyu zhizn'.
And to Rusty Nuts..........there is nothing for you here!!!
RE: Surf in Russia« Reply #3 on: July 26 2006 11:07:00 »
lol...surf in Russia?? even if they do have surf...the barrel is likely to freeze when it breaks.....and your best bet would be to surf in a plastic heated box container...
RE: Surf in Russia« Reply #4 on: July 26 2006 19:07:00 »
contact Sam George or someone in the editorial department at SURFER Magazine. They flew Tommy Curren to Russia a few years ago and they may even let the cat out of the bag re to where they scored.
In respsponse to the goons pretending to be Russian locals: I've found Russians to be hospitable and kind. Not local nincompoops.
RE: Surf in Russia« Reply #5 on: July 26 2006 20:07:00 »
Oooops I make mistake........here in Russia we use Commodore C64. Very slow computer.
RE: Surf in Russia« Reply #6 on: July 26 2006 21:07:00 »
Tommy Curren was a KGB secret agent sent to infiltrate the surfing culture. He is now retired in Moscow, and flys to secret Russian surf locations in his personal chopper. So look out, he has been training young Russian grommets how to shred like a pro. They will soon have an army of hot surfers entering the proffesional world surfing tour.