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RE: no credibility for malriders« on: August 26 2009 05:08:00 »
no doubt about that, i never been to philipines, but wnat to go very much, i always say that philipines is asias best kept secret, and between 7000 islands to choose from it has things lots of people dont know about, and i seen a couple of footages of pi surf and it looks awesome, about the pro tours....to be honest it never crosses my mind, its the last thing on my mind when im out there riding, but ofcourse it would be nice for the pi crews to experience that stuff too, but you know what will happend right? pi will become the next indo, good for the pi economy but sucks for the guys who are enjoying uncrowded spots.....
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #1 on: August 26 2009 06:08:00 »
To nico, your obviously right PI has many spot, well experience what you like in your enjoying life in PI
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #2 on: August 27 2009 06:08:00 »
Hey Pat, your not too bad at posting on here yourself. I like the bit where a guy suggests about surfboard timeshare on your page, then you shut him down as tho he is advertising on your page (which you don't agree with), then I see a girl thinking about getting a board and your the first one to say that you have a shipment of boards coming to the Phils. Don't you think that is a bit hypocritical? How old are you Pat? You stretch it about guys surfing Pipe on longboards, what else do you stretch? Your knowledge about this issue may be broad, but not the be end and end all.
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #3 on: August 27 2009 07:08:00 »
One thing is for sure, this is 2009 and surfing has never ever been more dynamic. Longboarding cannot accept any credit for the way surfing is now, except for the part it played in the 60's when surfboard design was going through its most radical evolutionary stage. I have friends who are well into their 50's and some close to their 50's who still rip and refuse to go on a longboard because they still want the excitement of speed and radical turns. I'm talking of McCabe, Sullivan, Lee, Horan, Corro, Hurrell and a host of others. Pat, they are all my friends (just ask them), so don't go on with the I've been around longer than you thing (it's not about that).
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #4 on: August 27 2009 07:08:00 »
Darryll , I have sent custom boards to Phils ,and put extras in the box becuase there was room and no extra frieght costs . I have also sent boards to Japan,France,California and Brunai. Some where longboards, but mostly high performance shortboards---yes Darryll shortboards ! I make them and sometimes I even ride them !! Strange isn't it ! I really don't know what it is your after Darryl ..........by the way, say thanks to Palo for me,I contacted Lui and am really keen on getting one of his carbon-fibre longboards- those guys are doing really nice work !! Chill out Darryl and enjoy your day..
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #5 on: August 27 2009 19:08:00 »
Daryl, why do you try so hard to try and impress people who actually have credibility? Isn't it enough that this guy Pat actually can do more than just surf?
I sense that you're feeling a bit intimidated by his list of acquaintances and accomplishments.
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #6 on: August 28 2009 02:08:00 »
alkieta, I know who you are and you are way out of your league. I see the way you kick as you padddle and I saw you finally get a wave at the rivermouth in zambales. It was funny to watch. I am not here to impress people. I am here to express my view. You might be better off spending time on your stocks,rather than this site where you have already shown your limited knowledge. Pat Lui and Paolo are my good friends, same as Lee Cheyne and Darren Hanley. Email me the name of the surfboards you make and then I may have a better picture of the high performance boards that you send all around the world.
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #7 on: August 28 2009 02:08:00 »
Heck, if your technology is that good, I might even order some of your longboards for my beginner clients. Make sure you pay your taxes though, because there is some1 in here who is very strict about that. Don't worry Pat, I am chilled. I just watch and respond to what ever I feel is worth responding to.It's only a forum and people can let their point of view out as they please.
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #8 on: August 28 2009 04:08:00 »
Daryl, anyone that you described as the guy you thought to be me can be anyone of the dozens of people that head to Zambales, including your students that you taught how to paddle according to your description. And where did you ever get the idea that i shaped or distribute boards? You must be out of your mind or heavily back on the bottle to make that assumption. My statements that i made about you was to show how you react when someone of a higher caliber than you actually exists. And where did you ever get the idea that i'm not in the "same league as you" remark would be considered a put down? Those "putdowns" actually degraded your status even lower because some of your clients fall into those categories. Don't demean people that pay your fees but DO pay your taxes.
RE: no credibility for malriders« Reply #9 on: August 28 2009 04:08:00 »
Darryl, there's an email on the way.............I'm not flat-out exporting surfboards on a worldwide basis ! (hahaha! I wish) , but I have shipped boards to those countries that I mentioned, and if someone inquires , I'm always interested.......basically, I just like my work