SupaEZ wrote:When people say Hawaii we think immediately about waves and surfing
So the real deal here are the twintippers going in the flat shallow kiddie pool
Go kitesurfing away from shore...forget about kiteboarding....YOU ARE IN HAWAII
People that are afraid to enforce their rights DON”T HAVE ANY.
fokiten wrote:RichardM wrote:tautologies wrote:Richard. wtf. why not respect that they handle it? They are capable people.
I'm an obnoxious, opinionated a$$hole.
And see # 11.
not at all...Richard.
I see you as verbose, with a penchant for minutia, and a bullet point mentality...
and rail at the thuoght of the tome one might receive having left their can at the curb post garbage pick up day...
e.g. that homey can sure enough dent your forehead with the length of it alone.
would I work that hard for so little?
I doubt it--- props for the shear all inclusive scope of it...
ps. not a dis , but you get my vote for the kiter most likely to own a cape and a pair of tights...
read: super hero street cred..
RichardM wrote:Thank you.
You're right about the cape, they never go out of style, but I chucked the tights in favor of speedos.
That's obviously why some of my admirers on the forum call me "Dick".
rightguard wrote:I will reply one more time, just can't help myself.
Kanaha beach has been used by wind sporties for some time now. 20 years ago this area was not used by many except fisherman, divers, canoes and windsurfers. Even with its wonderful surf break it was never very crowded. Now so many more people are using the beach... SUP, surf,kite, windsurf, diving, fishing, swimming and close by tow in surfing. I think it is only natural there will be some problems. Just try and go out surfing on a good day and see how many people are using the space.
I don't think any kiter said..."hell with it, I'll just kite in this swim zone." It was just where we were asked to go to stay away from the airplanes and the windsurfers. If the county wanted to enforce some old swim zone law why wasn't there ropes out like there are 1mile up the beach.
Again I think places are just getting crowded and people are fighting over their perceived rights. Just like how obnoxious Richard can get, so do others. I think the fact that some are kiters has nothing to do with anything.
In an over crowded world we are going to have some fights and arguments but hopefully in the end everyone can hold hands and sing Kumbaya. Try and ask a simple questions instead of throwing stones.
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