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Localism« on: July 23 2006 09:07:00 »
Yo Sora! I don't know who you are, but I like your attitude! We gotta keep India clean from all those surf bums. Johnny boy F***roy doesn't know how it is to surf with 40 other people on one wave! He should pack his bags and learn surfing first of all before he starts rabitting on and on about s**t he doesn't even know! Yo Roy!!! Better learn to do a take off dude! Going straight and nosediving isn't called surfing! And you better stop spreading our spots to every bum!!! Get some friends dude!!! All you people out there, you better stay away from our breaks!!! We'll cut you up and feed you to the fishes!!! You wouldn't believe how quickly someone can dissapear without a trace! Go and surf somewhere else!!! India is off limits for you stinking F***!!!! Stay away!!!
RE: Localism« Reply #2 on: July 23 2006 11:07:00 »
you are welcome to waste your time and money.
RE: Localism« Reply #3 on: July 23 2006 13:07:00 »
A.N. Local, I'm travelling and writing a book on India's secret spots, possibly a video which the extreme channel is interested. I hear there are some gems out there, any hints and tips would be useful.
RE: Localism« Reply #4 on: July 23 2006 14:07:00 »
whatever you do, keep the secrets secrets. the fun is in the search and to make another crowded break isn't. so keep that in mind, have fun but don't spoil it.
RE: Localism« Reply #5 on: September 04 2006 08:09:00 »
Dude, you are a loser!
RE: Localism« Reply #6 on: September 04 2006 08:09:00 »
get used to it another local! ur not a real surfer till u can surf in crowds and u probs cant even turn. get a life mate and stop telling people to not go to india cause it is a great place and there are many waves going unridden, well atleast for the time being
RE: Localism« Reply #7 on: September 04 2006 19:09:00 »
Hey there. I don't like to surf in a crowd also. I think nobody does. surfing is not a team thing. When you get cought inside, you are on your own. And when you get locked in, you are on your own. Sometimes people in a crowd get hungry and forget that its about having fun and not about who makes the most radical turns or who catches the most waves.
Luke, maybe this person doesn't surf as good as you, but there is one thing that you don't know. How much fun does it take to be a good surfer?
To me it sounds like you are not happy with the way you surf, otherwise you wouldn't have to prove yourself better than someone else. Be you own judge.
RE: Localism« Reply #8 on: April 30 2007 01:04:00 »
grow up , chill and enjoy the ride
RE: Localism« Reply #9 on: May 13 2007 02:05:00 »
As a surfer I would like to think I'd be welcomed to a sample of your waves as long as I showed respect. Its pricks like you that ruin surfing. My local is world class and visitors are welcome as long as they're respectful. You're NOT welcome and you're not respectful. You can keep your shitty, gutless polluted beaches. I hope you get kidnapped and disappear over the border you nasty little prick.