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RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« on: August 24 2005 08:08:00 »
Thanks bra, hapuna pt. I hear is a great spot, glad to have you check out some of our so cal surf (goldenwest st. Huntington bch) we didnt make it there to hapuna cause kahaluu and banyans were nice and fun didnt need to go elsewhere, but we'll be back when the winter swells start rolling in and first stop will be Hapuna. Mahalo,
coz from SoCal
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #1 on: October 18 2005 01:10:00 »
STAY AWAY ONLY EXPERIENCED PERSONALE BECAUSE YOU DONKEYS MIGHT GET HURT.HEE HAW.WE RULE WESTSIDE CALL US H-TOWN SMASHERS CAUSE I BASH BIG LIPS OUT OF PORPORTION,NO MORE LIP AFTER IM DONESAME FOR IF YOU DROP IN.SO I RECOMEND YOU TO STAY AWAY.DANGER.IF YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.HE-HAW,CREW,ALL YALL.
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #2 on: November 14 2005 15:11:00 »
Hey! I'm coming to the Big Island for a week over Thanksgiving. I want to find someone to pay around $15 an hour to take me surfing each day for 2-4 hours. I've been surfing seriously for 3 years. I'm a longboarder but comfortable in serious surf (I live in Humboldt County). I have serious respect for the line-up and locals. Do you know anyone who would be interested in helping me out?
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #3 on: November 14 2005 15:11:00 »
Aloha! I'm coming to the big island over Thanksgiving. I want to hire someone to help me find surf 2-4 hours a day (the rest of the time, I need to spend with my kids). I'm willing to pay around $15 an hour. I've been surfing 3-5 times a week for 3 years. I'm a longboarder, but I'm comfortable in heavy surf (I live in Humboldt County, CA). I have great respect for the line-up and locals. Do you know anyone who might be interested?
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #4 on: November 16 2005 23:11:00 »
high point... your pathetic... oh my goodness you are dumb... what the heck!!!! doesnt anyone every get tired of these things? this web site isnt for fighting it is for getting information about different surf spots so keep you stupidness with ur stupid friends and your sluts
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #5 on: November 22 2005 18:11:00 »
I have travelled to Hawaii on surf trips for many years now.
I also have a boxing background so I know how to look after
myself. It makes me laugh how all these Hawaiians wearing black shorts & big bellies walk around puffing their chests out
being local heavies trying to intimidate all the travelling surfers. Sorry guys but you don't scare me. If I want a set wave & I am in position I will go for it everytime. I always wait my turn & never drop in. Get in the lineup & wait your turn like everyone else !!! Aloha my ass!
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #6 on: November 23 2005 00:11:00 »
why would I want to tackle a triple over head 'closeout?' at second reef pipe anyway? All I was saying is how big bellied
dudes like to look tuff & throw their big local arses around.
The pure essence of a 'lineup' is just that, for surfers to lineup & take their turn regardless of how good they surf or how long they have lived there. When you dudes try & enforce
a rule of "you can only have a wave if we let you" mentality,
it will create an every man for himself vibe. When I visited Australia I found the locals are cool & welcomed travelling surfers with an Aussie spirit. But when in Hawaii all I got was locals walking around going "hey bra, I'm the man around ere, don't look sideways at me or I will get 10 of my bros to beat you with coconuts"
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #7 on: November 23 2005 01:11:00 »
Okay I can understand where you're coming from but my point was that you didn't need to flaunt that whole boxing thing. In hawaii it's who ever surfs the best or the biggest. Thats how you get respect not so much fighting. You would surf triple over head pipe if you were born and raised here it's fun. It's a rush. You have to earn your waves here. So make every one count
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #8 on: November 23 2005 20:11:00 »
I never flaunted the boxing thing, I just said I know how
to look after myself, it just makes me laugh how guys that can fight don't need to act tuff whereas the heavies that wear the black shorts would wet their pants in a ring. On a larger scale it doesn't matter if you surf, play golf or climb mountains, the fact is when your favourite pastime gets crowded & intense with heavies you will get the shits. I get told what to do by the government, the workforce, the police, the tax dept etc... I WILL NOT BE TOLD WHAT TO DO IN THE OCEAN BY A FAT OLD BLACK SHORT STANDOVER MAN that thinks he owns a break cause he has lived there 6 months more than someone else!
RE: Where to surf on the big island in Hawaii« Reply #9 on: November 24 2005 04:11:00 »
busted Puna dude, your forum reply times mean you are on the internet at 3am in the morning if you really lived in Hawaii. The timezone says you are really in Australia or NZ somewhere when you reply? Don't worry mate, we all like to pretend sometimes. So hows the waves down your suburban crowded 2ft sloppy beach today .............. Bra !!!!