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Anyone looking to live at the beach? 1 bedroom available in a 3BR house. 1 BR of the 3 will remain vacant. Beach block in Rockaway Park. Reach out if you have any interest. Off street parking is a possibility.

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Marioville! Sports, Politics, Humor and more... / It's coming
« on: January 26, 2015, 05:01:19 PM »





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Marioville! Sports, Politics, Humor and more... / Word on the beach
« on: June 08, 2014, 10:48:27 PM »
Is that bacon was riding some new alternative type board this weekend. 

Care to share with the class, bacon?


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RIP The Professor and Rueben Kincaid


Dave Madden, who played constantly agitated band manager Reuben Kincaid on 1970s TV show The Partridge Family, has died, reports TMZ.

He was 82.

TMZ says the actor died of congestive heart and kidney failure Thursday morning after a long illness. He lived in Fruit Cove, Fla., with his wife.

More: 'Gilligan's Island' star Russell Johnson dies

Madden, who was born in Canada, started his career in stand-up comedy. He went on to appear on TV shows including Laugh-In, Love American Style, Happy Days, Starsky & Hutch and Love, American Style. He had a recurring role as a customer in Mel's Diner on Alice.

In 2009, he published a memoir, Reuben on Wry: The Memoirs of Dave Madden.

AND

Actor Russell Johnson, best known as Professor in the 1960s TV sitcom "Gilligan's Island," died Thursday, his agent said. Johnson was 89.

Johnson played the iconic role of Professor Roy Hinkley, whose scientific schemes to get the castaways rescued were always foiled by Gilligan's bumbling.

He died at his home in Washington, where he lived with his wife, Connie. She and their daughter, Kimberly, were at his side, said agent Mike Eisenstadt. Johnson is also survived by a stepson, Court, and a grandson, he said.

Johnson worked up until his death, signing autographs over the holidays, said Eisenstadt. He called Johnson's death "unexpected."

He was "just a positive and nice guy" who always treated people with respect, his agent said.
Photos: People we lost in 2014 Photos: People we lost in 2014

His acting career began in the early 1950s with many jobs as a character actor on television. He played Marshal Gib Scott in two seasons of "Black Saddle," a Western that ran in 1959 and 1960.

Johnson acted in dozens of television shows after the four seasons on "Gilligan's Island," but his career seemed stranded on its own island because of the popular sitcom role.

A noteworthy big screen role was the 1955 science fiction film "This Island Earth." Similar to the story of the shipwrecked passengers and crew of "Gilligan's Island," Johnson played a nuclear physicist involved in building a rocket to take survivors of a doomed Earth to another planet.

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Johnson was in Ray Bradbury's 1953 sci-fi classic "It Came From Outer Space."

Before becoming an actor, Johnson served in the U.S. Army Air Forces during World War II. He was on a B-24 Liberator when it was shot down during a bombing raid over the Philippines in 1945, according to his official biography, and used his G.I. Bill benefits to pay for acting school after the war.

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Stoked for my "other son"!!

Now we just need a big swell event.

By invitation only, this event will be comprised of 24 of the best big wave riders on the planet. Those surfers will include the top 12 internationally ranked surfers on the Xpreshon Big Wave World Tour, 6 Tour/Event wildcards and 6 Killers standouts.

This year’s invitees are:

Greg Long    USA
Jamie Sterling    HAW
Peter Mel    USA
Carlos Burle    BRAZIL
Ken Collins    USA
Gabriel Villaran    PERU
Zach Wormhoudt    USA
Ben Wilkinson    AUS
Joao de Macedo    POR
Ramon Navarro    CHILE
Jeff Rowley    AUS
Alex Martin    BRAZIL
Mark Healey    HAW
Kohl Christensen    HAW
Shawn Dollar    USA
Grant Baker    SA
Alex Gray    USA
Nic Lamb    USA
Derek Dunfee    USA
Rusty Long    USA
Coco Nogales    MEX
Diego Petruso    ARG
Vicente Yazbek    MEX
Will Skudin    USA

http://www.bigwaveworldtour.com/events/dive-n-surf--todos-santos/

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and I couldn't have said it better.


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but apparently the attackers picked the wrong students to mess with..........

Gotta love a feel good story like this.



CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WAVY) - Two attempted armed robbery suspects were badly beaten by the victims they targeted in Charlottesville, according to police.

WAVY News’ NBC sister station, NBC 29, is reporting the incident occurred Tuesday night . Police say Johnny Calderon, Jr., 19, and Gerald Allen, 18, of Charlottesville tried to rob two University of Virginia students.

When officers arrived on scene, they found the suspects with severe injuries. Police say they were beaten by the victims and were transported to the hospital for treatment.

Both were charged with two counts of attempted robbery. Calderon was also charged with pointing a firearm and using a firearm in the commission of a felony.

http://www.wavy.com/news/virginia/ro...ked-by-victims

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Marioville! Sports, Politics, Humor and more... / International drinking
« on: August 23, 2013, 08:50:41 PM »

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Obama is the Fifth Best President in the
History of the U.S. Of the total of 44 US Presidents:

Obama rated 5th Best President ever.

The Democratic publicity release said,"...after a little more than 4 years, Americans have rated President Obama the 5th best president ever."

The details according to White House Publicists..:

* Reagan, Lincoln, and 8 others tied for first,

* 15 presidents tied for second,

* 17 other presidents tied for third,

* Jimmy Carter came in 4th, and

* Obama came in Fifth.

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It has been said that behind every great man is a great woman.

Happy Birthday, Mrs. SeaCliff.

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Palm Beach, Point Break, Big Wednesday.

I could be convinced to travel in to Manhattan on a holiday weekend for any one of these.


http://anthologyfilmarchives.org/film_screenings/series/41218

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http://www.roxy.com/montaukclassic



New this year! The Roxy Montauk Classic lands at Ditch Plains, Saturday August 3 and Sunday August 4. Come see female surfers of all ages (6 years and up) compete in Longboard and Shortboard divisions along with Roxy team riders, including: World Longboard Champion Kelia Moniz; artist, pro surfer and Roxy wetsuit designer Kassia Meador; Brazilian beauty and pro surfer Bruna Schmitz; and the pioneer of women's surfing and 4x world champ Lisa Andersen will be joining the fun on the beach.

Giveaways, fun games and athlete signings will take place during the day on both Saturday and Sunday along with amazing surf action that only legendary Ditch Plains can provide! Roxy will be spinning the wheel to raffle off free custom tank tops, Sunbum sunscreen products and Paul Mitchell prizes! Also, Paul Mitchell stylists will be on site to create custom beachy hair styles just for you for free! Register at the link above for a chance to surf and compete in this this inaugural event!


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