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Gardai Blast Out Some Jack Johnson In Portrush

Gardai Blast Out Some Jack Johnson In Portrush

After searching two surfers cars in Strandhill, Co. Sligo, Gardai were shocked to find that neither car had any Jack Johnson in their music collection. Sgt. John Mc Mullan described it as a blow to their previous conceptions of surfers, “Its like they just blatantly dont listen to him!! They didnt even have the Thicker Than Water Soundtrack”. The find was made even more shocking by the lack of any Jurassic Five or Bob Marley on their Ipods. The occupants were also said to have dismissed Donovan Frankenreiters solo album as bland and cliched. The gardai brass band is playing some Jack Johnson and Hip hop at breaks around Ireland in order to stamp out this in future.

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Written by irishsurfcore

September 15, 2009 at 12:25 am

Lisbon Treaty Threatens “Localism” At Irish Surf Spots

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Everyone knows that the Lisbon Treaty will touch them in some way but surfers did’nt expect this!  Spanish, german and french surfing lobbies have pushed through a term which specifies that any surfer of European origin will have the same status as any local in any break in Ireland. The german chancellor Angela Merkel has stressed the importance of this law in a recent  conference with the european surfer media. “Ve have give so much money to ze irish zat ve now vish for some ov zis priority in ze vaves”. French leader Sarkozy also stated his support for the new law expressing the pain that French surfers have endured in recent months in ireland. “Les irish sont tres shite a la slab.. et mon bodynoarders est tres bien… cest simple…”.

German Surfers Paddle Out Into a Local Irish Break

German Surfers Paddle Out Into a Local Irish Break

Spots around ireland are also to be renamed to make them more continental sounding for the traveling European surfer. Eurocrats have commended the renaming initiative in Clare where Spanish Point was the first to take up the free grants offered as part of the scheme with Lahinch soon to change to “Le Hinch”.

Some of the names proposed for other areas  are “Das Peak” in Bundoran and “La Easkey Gauche” in Sligo.

Pro Lisbon parties have been promoting the other side of this story saying ” Its fecking brilliant because it works the other way too. Hoardes and hoardes of Irish Bic Riders can go straight out the back in Mundaka and paddle straight in to the deepest section”.

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Written by irishsurfcore

September 10, 2009 at 2:12 pm

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