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Topic: surfers from london

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replies: 94

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RE: surfers from london

« on: January 04 2006 22:01:00 »

neil enough please, let it go.read the post above about "you" thats so true , so plz enough drop it.

By:

kevin

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #1 on: January 05 2006 16:01:00 »

You say, "Hawaii does have the best surf in the world(pipeline, jaws, north shore, half moon bay )" thats what you said. half moon bay is a 'bay' just south of San Francisco...
When you say scotland produces 2ft waves...scotland is not 'Loch Ness' by the way. When you went on that American 'hunt the nessy' tour bus you were looking at a lake - NOT THE NORTH ATLANTIC.

By:

kevin

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #2 on: January 05 2006 16:01:00 »

now we know why george w bush is the US president.

By:

neil

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #3 on: January 05 2006 22:01:00 »

I'm sticking with Mavericks is more difficult than Cortez. Interesingly enough it seems like this conversation has turned into a cultural/political one. Since we are on this topic, one that i didn't start, there is something i would like to say. Arrogant we might be but at least men in the states don't wear Kilts and blow into that dreadful instrument other wise referrred to as a baghorn.  I don't know what is worse, that or your inconsistent waves.

By:

neil

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #4 on: January 05 2006 23:01:00 »

Baghorn, bagpipes, or whatever you call them.

By:

neil

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #5 on: January 06 2006 15:01:00 »

You can dish it but you can't take it,huh? If you read my original post you would have known i was merely kidding. I had to explain myself. Than reponses back to me were mired with anger and insult. I took upon the occassion to mock back but clearly  my skin is thicker than yours. I understand Kilts is a tradition in Scotland. In America when it is warm outside we typically wear what are called shorts. They are not as strange looking but they are just as suitable for warm climate conditions. The reason why you keep going off topic is because you are not able to defend the waves in Scotland. If you were you would have been doing just that..

By:

Surftastic

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #6 on: January 06 2006 15:01:00 »

Another Neil Quote: It seems like this conversation has turned into a cultural/political one. Since we are on this topic, one that i didn't start, there is something i would like to say. Arrogant we might be but at least men in the states don't wear Kilts and blow into that dreadful instrument other wise referrred to as a baghorn.

Lets get political then,
You might not blow into that dreadful instrument, but you seem to blow everything else up.
Your invasion for oil in Iraq would never have taken place without the Black Watch and the Scots guards going in doing your dirty work in Basra. Our soldiers have died and countless US live's saved, so next time you wanna slate Scotland think of that Bush boy.

By:

Surftastic

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #7 on: January 06 2006 15:01:00 »

Still dont think you surf.. These waves that don't exist in Scotland, sure you wern't in China or France?? or are they one of the same? Sure your not just confused, better fire up the internet..

Good tip for you, why don't you go onto google and type in "How to win an argument"

If it doesn't help, you could just admit defeat like a real grom.

"Jaws and Peahi, Half Moon Bay in Hawaii"

Classic.

By:

neil

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #8 on: January 06 2006 15:01:00 »

Surfastic- You misquoted me. I didn't type " Half moon bay in Hawaii" as you suggest. I commented on that error in a previous post. If you believe i have never been in the ocean that is fine. I can't possibly convince you otherwise, or so it would appear.  As for the Iraq war I would rather leave that subject alone because it has nothing to do with surfing and waves. Many people have this misconception that all Americans are responsible for the actions of its government. Tell me then, if the scotts did our dirty work, as one person claimed, than does that make all scottish people responsible? I think it would be prudent to digress entirely from that debate because it isn't relevant to what this forum is for, respectfully.

By:

Surftastic

RE: surfers from london

« Reply #9 on: January 06 2006 16:01:00 »

Quote previous post...
Hawaii does have the best surf in the world ( pipeline, jaws, north shore, half moon bay )

Please stand corrected "AGAIN"


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