Hi-Life wrote:There is no ban on kiting...
That's funny Jamie, because what I wrote above is EXACTLY
told me on the beach on Tuesday. :? Don't you remember?
Of course after I informed everyone else of the bad news you had to retract your LIES
the very next day, as everyone in the village was extremely worried about your news. Reading what you have written above still doesn't correspond with what you said to me on Wednesday... it has been further watered down. Don't you remember that either? Let me remind you, it was the 'we are mates' chat we had in the barracca.
The question then has to be why did you lie? TWICE!?
Everyone in Cumbuco is free to kite wherever they wish, except in front of the central square which is a swimming zone. Several people, mainly the young Brazilian riders, do kite in amoungst the swimmers at Velas. My position remains exactly the same as it always has, I kite in front of Kairiri beach (upwind of everyone at Velas and Hi-life as the break there creates perfect 1/4 pipe kickers and because no one else either kiter or swimmer uses that area frequently) and I will continue to kite in front of Kairiri beach until your kitesurfing ban is in place. If the sweaty little man from Velas doesn't like it then he can suck my monster black cock... especially if he is going to continue to be rude, obnoxious, confrontational and aggressive. If he wants aggressive I'll give him aggressive!
That he is perfectly happy to let the Jagandas plough through the swimmers all day everyday is an irony that has not passed me
by. Especially the fact that the Jagandas are far less manouverable and as a result pose a much greater threat to the swimmers. Let's not even start with the tragic young girl that was killed IN