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RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« on: February 27 2008 04:02:00 »
Piss in my jacuzzi? What, is that your job? Jacuzzi cleaner? No wonder you are so pissed off, Hawaiian jacuzzi cleaner, part of the tourist service industry. Brah, get some education and get a real job, like a lawyer. then you can SUE the tourists who come over and steal your heritage; not just void your bladder, but fill your wallet at the same time. But let me clue you in to a fact, it takes work and you might have to skip some surf sessions in order to do it. But, eh! plenty choke sess for you aftah graduate. Think man, you will be DA KINE lawyer, fighting for the Republic of Hawaii, make yo auntie proud!
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #1 on: February 27 2008 14:02:00 »
Don't need pidgin (not pigeon, tough guy) to deal with your type (staying at the Marriot won't protect you); best way to manage disease is stop it at first sign of infection; you visit here 'brah' and we'll make you look like one of Father Damien's patients.......without the disease! It's exactly because of mainland trailer park trash like you that all Aryans must 'pay the price'. Before you talk, TapOut wannabe, just remember to look over you're shoulder- one of the Boyz will shoe you some style from 'auntie'!
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #2 on: February 28 2008 04:02:00 »
Yeah, yeah, I know it's pidgin. I spoke it a a kid but moved back to the mainland. I like your style, you deliver. Too bad your animosity keeps you from experiencing the whole haole trip, but I understand, you weren't raised that way. OK, brah, here's da scoop: I will stay off your island, not because of your threats or because of any fear of soaking my tired muscles in a mild urine solution (da' jacuzzi), but because there are so many things to do on the other islands that I don't need to hit your shores. You can catch me sipping a Mai Tai under the umbrellas at the Royal Hawaiian. Now THAT"S livin'. Easy Brah!
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #3 on: February 28 2008 04:02:00 »
As far as the Aryan comment, maybe you had better look up who the Aryans really were. You will find they moved across the southern rim of Asia, kept on going and eventually settled in Tahiti about five or six thousand years ago, and we all know where the Hawaiians emigrated from. So watch it when you insult Aryans, you are knocking your own heritage. I'm telling you, education is where it's ALL at, brah. Get some more, you need it.
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #4 on: February 28 2008 07:02:00 »
hehehe! good thing Im not white and good thing Im not a stand up surfer.. it's funny how stand up "surfers" supposed to spread unity in the water but they don't even get along and also if they want to "surf" mecca of surfing they can't just go where ever they want... lol!
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #5 on: February 28 2008 07:02:00 »
I am surely gonna get drunk at MAI-TAI's
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #6 on: February 28 2008 08:02:00 »
Rich Tourist is right about the Aryans. Hitler's misuse of the term makes most people think they were white, but they came from the middle of the Asian continent. They were indeed "The Master Race", they conquered everywhere they went and left behind high civilization where there was none, or subsumed the existing civilizations into theirs. They left ancient ruins across Central Europe, India, Malaysia and kept moving out into Oceania. Mysteriously, they disappeared from history. Not so mysterious to me, when you hit paradise, why go further? So the ali'i are the descendants of the Aryans. Enough history, surf's up!
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #7 on: February 28 2008 10:02:00 »
TTB & Rich Tourist is that "let me ride" local only spots speach?
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #8 on: February 28 2008 10:02:00 »
I lived in Hawaii for over thirty years, grew up in Aiea; never had any problem except for one time when a drunk kama'aina pulled a gun on me, luckily I was with some other locals and they talked the guy out of shooting me. That's the only time I was ever scared for my life.
Seriously, some people have an attitude and you just have to deal with it when you run into it. I love Hawaii, and I've seen a couple of beatdowns, but every time the guy was asking for it with his attitude. Usually, when you walk away or acknowledge what they are saying, all is cool. It's called ALOHA, it gets you far in life, people respond to it.
RE: Good surf spots for begginers on Molokai and Lanai?« Reply #9 on: February 28 2008 17:02:00 »
THAT SUCKS! AND YET STILL SOME AREA ARE LIMITED TO THE WHITIES