Finnegan’s Pulitzer, SeaBass Wins, Litigating the Lineup
DOWN THE LINE SURF PODCAST
APRIL 19, 2016 – This week we discuss: William Finnegan’s, Barbarian Days- A Surfing Life, wins the Pulitzer prize for autobiography; Lunada Bay boys in class action lawsuit and this time it seems serious; the WSL as a non-profit, this could be a game changer; Unsafe for public use – litigating our way into an empty lineup – Santa Cruz surfer may help lead the way; Seabass wins Drug Aware Margaret River Pro in Western Australia, top top turns, and much more. Listen in. Down The Line surf podcast now in it’s 11th year!
William Finnegan, in Bali, during a rough stretch of book tour bull shit. Photo Finnegan
There is an underground guerilla tactic social media push to get Clay Marzo into the Fiji Pro WCT event as a wildcard. SURFING magazine is behind it and we are all for it. Use #putClayinFiji . We’re not sure it’ll do much good. Taj Burrow and a local Fijian wildcard have the two spots, according to WSL communications man Dave Prodan. Soooo, we’re thinking #tajshouldquit might create some digital drama. Or #claynottaj ?