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RE: Localism attitude« on: March 13 2007 06:03:00 »
BTW, have a great time on your trip. Most Hawaiians are good people and will be friendly to you. You get what you give. Aloha.
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #1 on: March 26 2007 22:03:00 »
Having lived (visited) maui for a year..I traveled and socialized, surfed with total respect to the locals, I lived in local community..and ultimately was beat up and put into the hospital because i was white..
On one hand.. I sense that localism is simply justified racism..but on the other hand...its a slightly excusable reaction to the constant flow of non- resident people rolling in and out of their community...it must be frustrating.. just wish that they wanted to go ride here in Canada.. I wouldnt beat them up.. I would just hope they would know what it feels like to be a visitor themselves. ...and know how to identify someone who deserves some of ther local "attention".
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #2 on: March 27 2007 08:03:00 »
@ proudcanuck. daym hommie that sucks! that's not a cool experiance. I see what you're saying Im sure if some of them can afford to go else where they would. well, the best surfers (white) out there are from hawaii. laird hamilton. keep your chin up not all brown people are racist. peace!
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #3 on: April 01 2007 21:04:00 »
Regardless of wherever Localism is , The retardation of some of these losers on these forums , seems to be worse.
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #4 on: September 05 2007 09:09:00 »
Hawaii sucks. I'll never go back again, and frankly there isn't much to miss except some nice greenary and good water tempatures. All the locals have attitudes. the next time I meet a 'haule' hawiian on the mainland I'll treat him/her just like I was when I was in hawaii.
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #5 on: January 08 2008 16:01:00 »
Here in Washington State, when we see Hawaiyen surfers at the beach we break their truck windows, slash their tires, and throw rocks at them from the beach. They get the message and usually never return. The few that do return get an intense beating that keeps them away for good. If they want to surf, they need to move back to Hawai where they belong. They're the "howleeys" here on the mainland. They need to remember that.
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #6 on: January 08 2008 19:01:00 »
AH, bruddah, Halloweenie-mask face bbbbeeaaiiittcchh! Da` Hui will pay all expenses trip fot uze to come to West side Oahu and mouth off; if you're not permanently disabled afta lesson on respect, maybbez you join us for evenin Makaha sesh'!
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #7 on: January 09 2008 17:01:00 »
This goes to the Hui !!!!!! Why are you guys so hateful to us ? We don't know your spots. Me...personally, I'm nowhere near good enouph to surf pipe or backdoor or Wiami, or sunset. But why not cut the surfers that are good enouph a break. They don't intentionally snake your waves. They don't mean to be selfish and not respect your customs. They just are !!!!Cut them a break, or I'm gonna fly my skrauny little butt over there and hit your fists with my stomach and face. And if I live after that, I'll litterally kick my own arse for being that stupid. Banks rule on the East coast. End of story.
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #8 on: January 10 2008 06:01:00 »
Ya can't even spell....stay in Waukegon and get a home nurse, crip!
RE: Localism attitude« Reply #9 on: January 10 2008 08:01:00 »
Blitz ? I checked my spelling on spell check and only Skrauny was wrong. Maybe its you that needs an education. Go sit and spin.