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Go back to the valley kooks!

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Created by Greenroom 2 months ago, 29 Mar 2020
Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
29 Mar 2020 9:48PM
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No more blow in's for a while due to travel restrictions. Too bad, so sad.

oz surf
WA, 377 posts
30 Mar 2020 3:27AM
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Greenroom said..
No more blow in's for a while due to travel restrictions. Too bad, so sad.




Yes, a typically selfish attitude from
Mr Down South himself
Maybe spare a thought for all the lost tourist dollars and the locals who are going to be doing it tough instead.
Fkn idiot.

Cetus
WA, 47 posts
30 Mar 2020 8:20AM
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No more down south warriors coming to Perth to steal our waves!!!

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
30 Mar 2020 8:20AM
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oz surf said..



Greenroom said..
No more blow in's for a while due to travel restrictions. Too bad, so sad.







Yes, a typically selfish attitude from
Mr Down South himself
Maybe spare a thought for all the lost tourist dollars and the locals who are going to be doing it tough instead.
Fkn idiot.




Cry me a jealous river!
What part of "stay the fk home" does everyone not understand? Car parks and surf breaks were so over crowded over the weekend, more than usual, with not a single local to be seen.
Don't talk to me about locals doing it tough. I'm an AMR rate payer and work for myself within the shire. I work for many wineries, cafes, shops, short stay accomodation units and in peoples homes. Anywho I don't have to justify my position here as we are ALL doing it tough. Stop being selfish metro wankers and think twice about going for that "down south" surf trip because there are people who live and work in these communities who you are going to come in contact with.
fkn idiot.

fuall
WA, 375 posts
30 Mar 2020 8:41AM
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The loudest voice in the room ( Green room ) seldom belongs to the most intelligent mind

oz surf
WA, 377 posts
30 Mar 2020 8:52AM
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fuall said..
The loudest voice in the room ( Green room ) seldom belongs to the most intelligent mind


I agree.
He sounds like the village idiot

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
30 Mar 2020 9:03AM
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Ctngoodvibes
WA, 1312 posts
30 Mar 2020 9:05AM
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Waves are better on rotto anyway in my opinion
oh hang on can't go there either ??

Downtheline
VIC, 33 posts
30 Mar 2020 1:43PM
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oz surf said..

fuall said..
The loudest voice in the room ( Green room ) seldom belongs to the most intelligent mind



I agree.
He sounds like the village idiot


so whats wrong with greenrooms request. you two are just shooting the messenger

Meltem
WA, 6 posts
30 Mar 2020 11:09AM
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pretty clear who's the kook and shortsighted in here. At the speed things go there will be no surfing allowed anyway, you will then be a liability for your own community...

oz surf
WA, 377 posts
30 Mar 2020 11:51AM
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Downtheline said..

oz surf said..


fuall said..
The loudest voice in the room ( Green room ) seldom belongs to the most intelligent mind




I agree.
He sounds like the village idiot



so whats wrong with greenrooms request. you two are just shooting the messenger


What is his request? Is It to, "Stop being selfish metro wankers and think twice about going for that "down south" surf trip"
Who is doing that now the regions are closed?

Don't worry though Greeny, soon as we are back to normal, this "Metro Wanker" will be down there, like you used to do when you lived in Perth
And i will be bringing my tourist money with me to keep you going through these tough times.

MickPC
7460 posts
30 Mar 2020 1:04PM
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Stay cool & look out for each other brothers...

MickPC
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30 Mar 2020 1:48PM
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mazdon
1087 posts
30 Mar 2020 4:49PM
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For the sake of my own family, and friends in medical professions in the region I 100% agree - pull your heads in and don't travel down there metro folk. Keep it as local as you can until we all get through this season.
Ol'greenie could work on his delivery and persuasion skills a bit though admittedly

I hope the locals enjoy the isolation and get their fill, and are able to financially make it out the other side. I'd rather be doing the next few months down there as well, but that wasn't meant to be for me and mine.

Flip side, Unless you can get up there before midnight tonight, desert season should be pretty empty for the Carnarvon locals without all the MR blow ins haha

mazdon
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30 Mar 2020 4:49PM
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MickPC said..
Stay cool & look out for each other brothers...


Spot on Mick!!

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
30 Mar 2020 7:11PM
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Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
30 Mar 2020 7:15PM
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Clearly there's a couple of jealous people here hahaha Sucks to be them!
Mick is right and Mazdon is spot on.

Buddha74
WA, 3 posts
30 Mar 2020 8:22PM
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Agree with Greenroom just surf your own postcode until this blows over, no one wants to see beach closures no good for the mental state

Phil27
WA, 184 posts
30 Mar 2020 9:29PM
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I rarely voice my opinion on forums, especially SB as we're a decent (mostly) crowd, but anyway..

I don't understand why the original post would be put up? We are all edgy as and surfing is a big relief to some - including me.

Too bad too sad is just antagonising. I surf the SW fairly often, but haven't for the last while with all that's going on (ppl should not be) as I'm conscious of the situation - so I take the post as a slap in the face.

A little sensitivity goes a long way at the moment, so best not to post this sort of thing - it benefits no one as we all know the changes coming in Tuesday...the whole situation sucks, including the post.

Stay safe and look out for one another.

beastsurf
WA, 795 posts
31 Mar 2020 5:58PM
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It would be easy to get carried away with this post. Essentially Greenroom is spot on. We need to stay away from each other and stop the spread. It seems to be working and the beach is still open.

Stay safe breezers hope to see you on the other side of the virus.

Fabe
WA, 38 posts
1 Apr 2020 6:11PM
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Police taking photos of crowded surf spot carparks & line ups today!
might be Shut down for us all soon !
Talk of all national parks being shut
Now things are getting over the top !
Autumn ground swells approaching as well with all day offshores

Hope the authorities have plenty of Infringement booklets! Ha

Lets all hope this doesn't happen!

Ctngoodvibes
WA, 1312 posts
1 Apr 2020 7:32PM
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Saw on news they got road blocks out of Mandurah now anyway so you can enjoy your own company green room

Zac
WA, 91 posts
2 Apr 2020 7:56AM
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Greenroom = down south legend, most probably former Perth resident but now your typical down south hero.

Souwester
WA, 1045 posts
2 Apr 2020 10:33AM
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Fabe said..
Police taking photos of crowded surf spot carparks & line ups today!
might be Shut down for us all soon !
Talk of all national parks being shut
Now things are getting over the top !
Autumn ground swells approaching as well with all day offshores

Hope the authorities have plenty of Infringement booklets! Ha

Lets all hope this doesn't happen!


Fingers crossed mate, they may just start with shutting down major car parks and go from there. This is an ever changing beast, I don't even think the people making the decisions know from day to day.

History suggests that a larger percentage of people will take whatever liberties they have disregarding common sense until the law needs to step in, I feel like once the law steps in the common sense side of it goes out the window as they need a blanket rule to make it easier to enforce.

Just shake my head when I see crowds of people on a bank or at point packed lately, they will be the first ones to complain about civil liberties being taken away from them when that percentage are the ones ruining a common sense safe approach so we can enjoy limited surfing but still able to have a bit of fun.

Just my opinion but I think a couple of good swells will be all it takes for the crowds of people surfing a confined space and packing car parks to force the laws hand..

GPA
WA, 2418 posts
2 Apr 2020 1:28PM
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Souwester said..
Just shake my head when I see crowds of people on a bank or at point packed lately, they will be the first ones to complain about civil liberties being taken away from them when that percentage are the ones ruining a common sense safe approach so we can enjoy limited surfing but still able to have a bit of fun.

Just my opinion but I think a couple of good swells will be all it takes for the crowds of people surfing a confined space and packing car parks to force the laws hand..

Trigg last Sunday was a joke... always is first new swell after a 'dry' patch... but I thought the social distancing may have caused some people to give it a miss - nope, just as packed as always. I looked elsewhere but it was too small and so I went home to mow the lawns

Macaha
QLD, 20660 posts
2 Apr 2020 5:09PM
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Guys it's the same over here. Snapper has been closed off today due to people doing the wrong thing it's not that ****** hard or is it. Images below are from the Byron area, stay safe boys and do t be a dik.



If everyone protested their own post code the world would be a better place during these times.

TimKay
746 posts
2 Apr 2020 4:12PM
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Souwester said..

Fabe said..
Police taking photos of crowded surf spot carparks & line ups today!
might be Shut down for us all soon !
Talk of all national parks being shut
Now things are getting over the top !
Autumn ground swells approaching as well with all day offshores

Hope the authorities have plenty of Infringement booklets! Ha

Lets all hope this doesn't happen!



Fingers crossed mate, they may just start with shutting down major car parks and go from there. This is an ever changing beast, I don't even think the people making the decisions know from day to day.

History suggests that a larger percentage of people will take whatever liberties they have disregarding common sense until the law needs to step in, I feel like once the law steps in the common sense side of it goes out the window as they need a blanket rule to make it easier to enforce.

Just shake my head when I see crowds of people on a bank or at point packed lately, they will be the first ones to complain about civil liberties being taken away from them when that percentage are the ones ruining a common sense safe approach so we can enjoy limited surfing but still able to have a bit of fun.

Just my opinion but I think a couple of good swells will be all it takes for the crowds of people surfing a confined space and packing car parks to force the laws hand..


I personally think it will be around Easter when they close the beaches
The masses aren't clever enough to know when they are on a good thing
Bondi beach is a prime example. If people can't be trusted to heed the advice given then the authorities will step in
Trigg point days are numbered.
And unfortunately those that choose to do the right thing will be punished by those that are too selfish to see past their next wave
Human nature at its finest.
I snuck in a wave today 500m away from everyone else and the next group to come out decided where I was surfing was the place to be
Enjoy the impending ban on surfing people

Buster fin
WA, 2130 posts
2 Apr 2020 6:12PM
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TimKay said..

Souwester said..


Fabe said..
Police taking photos of crowded surf spot carparks & line ups today!
might be Shut down for us all soon !
Talk of all national parks being shut
Now things are getting over the top !
Autumn ground swells approaching as well with all day offshores

Hope the authorities have plenty of Infringement booklets! Ha

Lets all hope this doesn't happen!




Fingers crossed mate, they may just start with shutting down major car parks and go from there. This is an ever changing beast, I don't even think the people making the decisions know from day to day.

History suggests that a larger percentage of people will take whatever liberties they have disregarding common sense until the law needs to step in, I feel like once the law steps in the common sense side of it goes out the window as they need a blanket rule to make it easier to enforce.

Just shake my head when I see crowds of people on a bank or at point packed lately, they will be the first ones to complain about civil liberties being taken away from them when that percentage are the ones ruining a common sense safe approach so we can enjoy limited surfing but still able to have a bit of fun.

Just my opinion but I think a couple of good swells will be all it takes for the crowds of people surfing a confined space and packing car parks to force the laws hand..



I personally think it will be around Easter when they close the beaches
The masses aren't clever enough to know when they are on a good thing
Bondi beach is a prime example. If people can't be trusted to heed the advice given then the authorities will step in
Trigg point days are numbered.
And unfortunately those that choose to do the right thing will be punished by those that are too selfish to see past their next wave
Human nature at its finest.
I snuck in a wave today 500m away from everyone else and the next group to come out decided where I was surfing was the place to be
Enjoy the impending ban on surfing people


Sorry TimKay, that's because I wasn't there for them to attach themselves to. My bad.

Souwester
WA, 1045 posts
2 Apr 2020 6:39PM
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TimKay said..

Souwester said..


Fabe said..
Police taking photos of crowded surf spot carparks & line ups today!
might be Shut down for us all soon !
Talk of all national parks being shut
Now things are getting over the top !
Autumn ground swells approaching as well with all day offshores

Hope the authorities have plenty of Infringement booklets! Ha

Lets all hope this doesn't happen!




Fingers crossed mate, they may just start with shutting down major car parks and go from there. This is an ever changing beast, I don't even think the people making the decisions know from day to day.

History suggests that a larger percentage of people will take whatever liberties they have disregarding common sense until the law needs to step in, I feel like once the law steps in the common sense side of it goes out the window as they need a blanket rule to make it easier to enforce.

Just shake my head when I see crowds of people on a bank or at point packed lately, they will be the first ones to complain about civil liberties being taken away from them when that percentage are the ones ruining a common sense safe approach so we can enjoy limited surfing but still able to have a bit of fun.

Just my opinion but I think a couple of good swells will be all it takes for the crowds of people surfing a confined space and packing car parks to force the laws hand..



I personally think it will be around Easter when they close the beaches
The masses aren't clever enough to know when they are on a good thing
Bondi beach is a prime example. If people can't be trusted to heed the advice given then the authorities will step in
Trigg point days are numbered.
And unfortunately those that choose to do the right thing will be punished by those that are too selfish to see past their next wave
Human nature at its finest.
I snuck in a wave today 500m away from everyone else and the next group to come out decided where I was surfing was the place to be
Enjoy the impending ban on surfing people


Mother F*****s...

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
2 Apr 2020 8:03PM
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So basically the original post by myself is clear...
Too bad, so sad.

Greenroom
WA, 7570 posts
2 Apr 2020 8:05PM
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