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May 3, 1990 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I've been talking to a friend of mine, He says making money's just a waste of time, But it's hard to hear what he has to say, 'Cause everyone around me is just the same way, Some kind of funny-looking money machine, Saddest-looking people I've ever seen, Living in a hole, body and soul, All strung out on the company dole, One for a nickel, two for a dime, Time might be money, but your money won't buy time."
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May 3, 1990 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"I've been talking to a friend of mine, He says making money's just a waste of time, But it's hard to hear what he has to say, 'Cause everyone around me is just the same way, Some kind of funny-looking money machine, Saddest-looking people I've ever seen, Living in a hole, body and soul, All strung out on the company dole, One for a nickel, two for a dime, Time might be money, but your money won't buy time."
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May 3, 1990 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Twenty years ago, the two best surfing spots in southern Orange County were closed to surfers. Trestles, on the northwest tip of Camp Pendleton, was patrolled by Marines. And Salt Creek, in South Laguna, was nearly inaccessible because of a residential development. Today, both beaches are open, but riding their waves is clearly no less of a battle. The two spots offer at least seven consistent breaks, and when the waves are good, all the takeoff spots resemble a surfing equivalent of gridlock.
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