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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby NJOY » Wed Nov 30, 2011 1:35 am

72kiteboarder wrote:
So you are saying that you kite an average of 230 times a year? I call BULLSHIT.
Oh, yes, he does...actually I think he is being a bit modest. I know of this guy. He really does kite that much. He has a good variety of boards and kites especially for the light wind days of Florida. Just admit it...we are all a bit envious! The scoop of this guy is that he really has put kiteboarding on the map in his area, so yes, give him some respect already!!! :superfly:

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby DrLightWind » Wed Nov 30, 2011 2:44 am

14ToeSide wrote:SupaEZ does not make things up.
When people are having the "Cable Park" in Florida,
there is nothing to make things up because it's Supa-EZ to ride in light winds :bye:

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby MUDSUX » Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:11 pm

NJOY wrote:
72kiteboarder wrote:
So you are saying that you kite an average of 230 times a year? I call BULLSHIT.
Oh, yes, he does...actually I think he is being a bit modest. I know of this guy. He really does kite that much. He has a good variety of boards and kites especially for the light wind days of Florida. Just admit it...we are all a bit envious! The scoop of this guy is that he really has put kiteboarding on the map in his area, so yes, give him some respect already!!! :superfly:

I have seen and personally talked to SupaEZ a few times. He is the real deal. He was nice enough to share the stoke with a complete stranger (me) on the beach, taking time out to show me how to properly set up, launch, and fly my Flysurfer 21M. I have also seen him on the water and the dude rips. I have no doubt in his claims.

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby DrLightWind » Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:33 pm

Kiting pet peeve
When people are hiding and bashing foil riders like PMU
meanwhile they're designers or pimping their own brands.

When a young girl shows up learning kiting for a free lesson,
but the instructor said already her dadi's lingam might a been too small
and her mother's bra would be too big.

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby gbgreen59 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 5:12 pm

My pet peeve is kiters who measure their fun in miles ridden and how fast they can go up wind, but yet claim they are not free riders. BTW: they can only do one trick and that is low jumps.

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby 72kiteboarder » Wed Nov 30, 2011 6:48 pm

I stand corrected. :oops:

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby SupaEZ » Thu Dec 01, 2011 1:57 pm

Thank you ALL for your support :thanx: .."BILLE..14TOESIDE..NJOY..MUDSUX..DR LIGHTWIND and as for 72KITEBOARDER you can relax ...all is good now :allbegood:

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Re: Kiting Pet Peeves

Postby SupaEZ » Thu Dec 01, 2011 2:17 pm

I just thought of a possible "peeve" ....how about when you hear :blabla: the owner of a new tube kite say: WOW! this 12 pulls like a 15 and turns like a 8 :strong: ...because we sure don't hear often my 135 edges like a 150 and carves like a 120 or my 5/7 planes like a 6/3 and slashes like a 5/2 :whisper:


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