But if you want to see surfing at its most ugly and mass-consumed, head to the U.S. Open of surfing in Huntington Beach.
And even though Jack and Emmett are musicians, that doesn't mean the surfing performances aren't radical.
And they talk about Gidget and how surfing was portrayed in Hollywood.
They dutifully attend his soccer games, sit front row at Laker games, and spent their summer surfing in Malibu.
A mere two weeks after surfing those swing states to a second term, the VP is turning the big 7-0.
If surfing the Net is part of the newlyweds' life, there is even less dialogue.
He taught me diving and surfing until I was nearly as clever as he, and he was cleverer than the average Kanaka.
I worked on my Beat paper all the next day at home, reading the Kerouac and surfing the Xnet.
Conditions are ideal for surfing, outrigger canoe paddling and catamaran sailing.
Help paddle an outrigger canoe in through the surf, take a surfing lesson, snorkel, swim or sun.
1680s, probably from earlier suffe (1590s), of uncertain origin. Originally used in reference to the coast of India, hence perhaps of Indic origin. Or perhaps a phonetic respelling of sough, which meant "a rushing sound."
To move or pass through some range of choices, such as television channels: I surfed from your show/ They're surfing the same part of the zeitgeist
[1990s+; fr the ease and rapidity of movement while surfing on waves]
("Internet surfing") Used by analogy to describe the ease with which an expert user can use the waves of information flowing around the Internet to get where he wants. The term became popular in the early 1990s as access to the Internet became more widespread and tools such as World-Wide Web browsers made its use simpler and more pleasant.