I kind of quit surfing when I got out of high school, but then a few years ago I started to take it up again. I'm not an expert by any means, but it's so wonderful to get out in the ocean and get a different perspective on things.
If nations always moved from one set of furnished rooms to another - and always into a better set - things might be easier, but the trouble is that there is no one to prepare the new rooms. The future is worse than the ocean - there is nothing there.
But now Americans, they felt a sense of peace and protection because they've been separated by so many thousands of miles of ocean. And you know, the fact that it's come to the U.S. like this is so sad, and yet you know, what can you do? It's here.
To be anywhere near an enormous ocean liner when you are just like a fish in the water is frightening.
The ocean is this beautiful, unexplored place. Why on Earth everyone isn't down there, I don't know.
Wherever I can go, I hit the water, whether it's the ocean, or in L.A. it's Zuma Beach in Malibu; I just hit the water.
God created the heavens and the earth, the oceans and the waves for our enjoyment. Surfing is just my way of worshipping Him.
Meeting everyone you wanted to know in the small surf industry, I saw how the surf trade was made up of characters that not only surfed, but were able to develop a business out of their relationship with their product and the ocean.
Hawaii was beautiful of course, we played at Turtle Bay an amazing resort right on the ocean.
There's no question that, um, you know, the oceans have risen, right? And the climate change part is, is a real part of it.
Those who want to row on the ocean of human knowledge do not get far, and the storm drives those out of their course who set sail.
I want to be able to fly like a superhero. I won't be happy until I can fly across oceans and cities, saving people from being murdered.
American public opinion is like an ocean, it cannot be stirred by a teaspoon.
Some studies suggest that the Arctic Ocean may be ice-free by the end of the century.
Human activity is having a major impact on the planet. We consume or have diverted a large proportion of the productivity of the land and oceans. Our hunger for land crowds out fellow species. Our waste products pollute the waters, warm the atmosphere and acidify the oceans.
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