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RE: Newfoundland« on: March 27 2008 07:03:00 »
there is Surf in Newfoundland, but most of the Surf guys have a shitty attitude, they think is so cool to try to keep people away and say all kind of stupidities. they are just need to make up those manners are from 60 years ago, really ridiculous, and you know what soon there will be plenty of people doing surf and KITESURFING HERE and there is nothing they can do about it, so.... suck it up!!!
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #1 on: March 27 2008 11:03:00 »
hi there, i am a Kitesurfing instructor that moved here to St. Johns, i am trying to expand the sport here, they are not to many girls willing to try surf or Kitesurfing, anyway if you feel like it i am willing to teach anyone who wants to learn Kitesurfing, and i could be a surf partner too. you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or try Brad at Coffe and Company downtown. cheers
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #2 on: March 27 2008 11:03:00 »
How would you know what the surfers there are like if you just moved there and you don't have any surfing friend yet. Why don't you go surfing and then make a decision about the people. If you are making assumptions based on what you are reading, then maybe you got some growning up to do. Not a very good way to introduce yourself to a new area.
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #3 on: March 27 2008 15:03:00 »
I'm a Royal Canadian Mountie and was also a lumberjack just like my dear mamma....take up beaver skinning and blueberry gathering and leave the rare curl to locals who endure 20hr. nights 6 months a year, attacking polarbares, and nut-numbing cold; there's no room for your green room here! I will cite you if you're from N. Carolina!
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #4 on: March 28 2008 07:03:00 »
You are right FREEMAN, i know a couple of surfers already and they seem nice people, what i don't understand is the hostile reaction on this blog and in others towards to newcomers, i meant no disrespect to others and i apologize if it sounded like that.
is not that difficult to get along, sometimes people make it difficult because they are afraid of change maybe, anyway, sometimes changes are good and we might be open to them.
PS: i am not from anywhere in the U.S for the ones that may think it.
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #5 on: March 28 2008 08:03:00 »
Looks like Charley is just trying to troll to me. I would guess that you don't know anything about surfing in Newfoundland and you deffinityly don't know any surfers there. Your second statements deffinitly shows that.
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #6 on: March 28 2008 10:03:00 »
you definitely don't know mierda about what are talkng, i was a Pro athlete thats the difference between me and you buddy.
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #7 on: March 28 2008 10:03:00 »
Anyone here has heard about the Salomon Noseless 5'3" ?? any reviews or opinion about it?
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #8 on: March 28 2008 10:03:00 »
Like I said a Troll. What the hell has being a pro (what ever) got to do with it. All you are trying to do is provoke reaction. You come on this site and insult the surfers in newfoundland, by saying that "most" of them are against people surfing there. You then claim to know surfer. If you were really surfing here then you would know pretty much all the surfer that are there, because there are very few of them.
RE: Newfoundland« Reply #9 on: March 28 2008 10:03:00 »
chill out, i do know surfers from here, what i met earlier was exactly this, your attitude.. thats the difference. so now that i know that you know everything could you be kind and tell me about the Salomon Noseless Surf board?