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Pull sand out of dark places with Jamie O’Brien & crew

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Death-barrels at Keiki Shorebreak just part of the fun

Surfersvillage Global Surf News, 21 March, 2014 - Jamie O'Brien and his friends don't stretch or do calisthenics but even surfers who've lived on the North Shore their entire lives need a warm-up for winter. In episode 2, the guys use a winch to pull into death-barrels at Keiki Shorebreak. 

After pulling sand out of dark places, they take advantage of 'Beaver Creek', a small pond at Pipeline for some epic crashes on the tube! With all the bikini babes on the beach, JOB figures it would be a good idea to go surfing too.

For Jamie O'Brien, the “Who is JOB” original series has grown from a curiosity to a full-time obsession.  The magic of the show comes from Jamie's complete disregard for the camera - a reality series at its finest.  The characters are real and the antics happened naturally long before the cameras ever started rolling.  Now in the fourth season of “Who is JOB”, we continue to stick to the proven formula: surfing, travel, girls, stunts and torturing Jamie’s sidekick "Poopies".

Riding soft top surfboards at Jaws, jumping waterfalls with hot chicks, riding the biggest Waimea shorebreak ever and much more. It’s all in a days work for Jamie O’Brien. The Original Series provides the viewer a deeper look into Jamie's life and gives some answers to "Who is JOB?"


Ryan Snyder

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