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RE: is there any surfin club?« on: June 10 2009 22:06:00 »
To Mr. Pro Surfer and Dreynolds: I don’t understand why you despise surfers who have "white" or new boards (as opposed to old yellowed fiberglass boards).
An accomplished surfer will always have (or wish they have) a minimum of 2 boards: 1 for small waves and another for big waves. This applies to short- and long-boarders.
Surfers do not use one board all their lives. A beginner is advised to start in a longboard for obvious reason: he will learn surfing in about 4 to 6 months as opposed to 2 years in a shortboard. (Nothing is more pathetic than a beginner in a shortboard wobbly learning to stand up in whitewater.) After learning the basics, one can then opt to shift to shortboard or stay on the longboard.
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #1 on: June 10 2009 22:06:00 »
Later, he will feel that his board is hampering his progress and will want another. This time he would know the tail, rail, foil, rocker, etc., that he wants. And since one cannot find the exact specification in a second hand board, then one asks a shaper to make it for him. Or find a specific production board model of particular length.
Still later, he will probably want a looser or higher performance board. After that, he may want a new board just to perk up his surfing.
Since you despise surfers who have “white” or new boards, you obviously have not reached a point where you feel that your old board is hampering your surfing progress. Or you may have reached that point but can’t get a new one. Simply put, both of you are either beginners or a sour-grape intermediates.
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #2 on: June 12 2009 07:06:00 »
to MR. KEV AND TO HIS OR HER MEMBER NO. 1 WHERE DID YOU COPY PASTE THIS SAAN MO KINOPYA TO AT DINIKIT D2 UNGAS NO. 2 YOU ARE A RICH KID COZ YOU REACT A LOT COZ YOU HAVE A TWO BOARDS FOR SMALL WAVES AND FOR BIG WAVES MAYBE... HOPE SO... BIG WAVE... YOUR FACE...MUKHA MO GAGO KA PALA EH ANAK KA NG INA MO WAG KANA MAG ENGLISH TAGALOG KARIN OR BISAYA ANG PUTI MO PATI SINGIT MO MAPUTI KUNG ENGLISHMAN KAMAN KUMUHA KA NG DICTIONARY PARA ALAM MO ANG NAKATYPE D2 KUNG SINO KAMAN WHO EVER YOU ARE... TRY TO USE YOUR BOARD ONE AT A TIME BEFORE ARGUING IN THIS FORUM COZ THATS LIFE EAT YOUR SEXWAX FOR SATISFACTION LOL
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #3 on: June 15 2009 21:06:00 »
May intruder na jologs..
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #5 on: June 16 2009 02:06:00 »
Malaki ang diffrence ng iba't-ibang boards. Ang beginner board ay upturned ang nose (pronounced ang entry rocker) para hindi sya tumusok sa tubig kung medyo nasa harap ang tayo mo. Dapat thick din ito para mas madaling i-paddle, mas stable and more forgiving in case of mis-steps.
As one improves, hindi na maganda ang mataas na rocker at makapal na board. Gusto na nya yong matulis para mabilis. Ang mataas na rocker ay pumipreno sa tubig (imagine mo na lang kung bakit). On the contrary, gusto na nya ng mataas na tail rocker (meaning upturned yong tail) para maneuverable. A pronounced tail rocker is not advisable for beginner because its unstable. Finally, gusto na rin nya ng thinner or lighter na board. Mahirap i-vertical and makapal na board.
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #6 on: June 16 2009 02:06:00 »
Last year nag-champion si Junior Ventura sa longboard comp sa Lanuza using a Town & Country high-performance board na hindi galig sa Aloha na sponsor nye. Hindi nya ginamit yong McTavish Fireball nya kahit required ito sa contract nya with Aloha. Bakit kamo? Masyadong malaki at mabilis ang alon kaya kung gagamitin nya yong pang-small-wave McTavish, sigurado hindi sya mananalo.
Kung 2 feet ang alon sa La Union, paano ka makaka-ride kung kasabay mo sina Ian Saguan, Kuya Chu, Buji at iba pa na magagaling (na gamit ay small-wave boards) kung ang gamit mo ay, say Rusty shortboard na high-performance? Kung mag-fish ka ay baka may chance ka pa.
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #7 on: June 16 2009 02:06:00 »
Kung overhead naman ang alon, paano ka mag-ee-enjoy kung ang kasabay mo si Moro, Kaw-kaw at iba pa na gamit nila ay high-performance boards at yong sa yo ay NSP? Baka kay Lovely ay drop-in ka pa.
Mas enjoy ang surfing kung may nakukuha kang magagandang alon.
Tingnan mo yong boards ng mga marurunong na. Pati ang mga locals. Maputi din yong mga boards nila. Pero hindi rich kids ang mga yon. Kasi nga dumaan na sila sa lumang boards at ang gamit nila ngayon ay mga bago at ankop sa galing nila.
Ngayong kung nasa shoulder ka lang at kumukuha ng latak na alon, ay huwag mo na sigurong insultuhin yong mga nauna na sa yo dahil lang sa yellow ang board mo at “maputi” ang board nila.
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #8 on: June 16 2009 14:06:00 »
ang dami mong dakdak at intro writer kaba ng mga tabloids bagay mo sa bulgar or tiktik don ka magmagaling sorry wala akong bord nanghhram lang ako eh walang pambili kaya puro ding ang abot ng hiram ko....tuta ka cguro ng mga binanggit mo para maging hi voltage ka pag nasa la union ka bat dimo bang gitin si zaldo aka as wisley snipes puro lu boys ang banggit mo isang kang sipsip animal
RE: is there any surfin club?« Reply #9 on: June 17 2009 02:06:00 »
Wala kang board? Mukhang hindi ka rin marunong mag-surf ano?
Pero kung mang-lait ka ng mga surfers, akala mo ang galing mo. Sila lahat ay “poser”, “maporma” at “jologs”, ikaw lang ang magaling. “Mr. Pro Surfer” pa ang pinili mong nickname! Binaliktad mo yata lahat ah. Ayos ka bata! Ituloy mo yan.
Magugustuhan ng mga chicks ang jerks na tulad mo. Yayain mo si Kisses na sumama sa yo sa Zambales sa next surf trip mo.