Archive for November, 2009

harbor abuzzed

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

a swarm of helicopters buzzed a flotilla loaded with illegals, cocaine, and bales of marijuana just outside the harbor today.  a platoon of black-clad troops manned unmarked recon vehicles in a remote parking lot declared off limits to the public, martial law style. a bikini-clad operative was deposited into the frigid ocean waters from a black hughes helicopter, after a high speed arrival in a black ferrari. having subdued the aliens, the heroine saved the day. one boat slipped through the dragnet and was last seen heading south. no drugs were recovered at the scene.

a new dawn

Thursday, November 5th, 2009

A new theory is debated by the sneakaboard community,  proposing that our accomplishments have been nothing but false pride, an illusion. Instead, outlaws have been allowed to remain (wink wink, oink oink) as extra eyes to watch the harbor. Basically to outcompete the other type of sneakaboards, from South of the Border. Here’s why, in case you missed it hiding under a cloaking tarp.

By TERI FIGUEROA, Monday, November 2, 2009 8:20 pm

OCEANSIDE —- Federal agents said they broke up a maritime smuggling attempt last weekend when they arrested 13 illegal immigrants from Bolivia and Mexico in a boat docked at the marina in Oceanside Harbor.

At about 2 p.m. Sunday, U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents watched a 22-foot Cobalt boat dock at the marina, then questioned everyone onboard the little boat, according to a news release from the agency Monday.

Two of the 13 were suspected of trying to smuggle the others into the country, the agency said. Eight of the people —- six men and two women —- trying to slip into the country illegally were from Mexico, agents said. Also in the group were two women and one man from Bolivia, agents said in the news release. (end of citation)

Sadly, this watershed event marks the beginning of the end of recreational boating as we know it. February 2010 update. March 2011 update. May 2011 news. June 2011 enough already, legalize it! December 2012 update. See Breaking The Taboo.


Cobalt 22. One 22 foot boat, 13 passengers. One person + fuel per 1.7 feet of boat length. Here’s the  concept.