Oldndisliken wrote:your comparison is apples to potatoes.
kiting may seem super duper extreme, but it's not.
take up power walking.
I am the Epic police and referee
Oldnbakenbacon wrote:I have a tendency to blame others when i fukkup .
I am just negative noise.
Oldnbroken wrote:I agree the numbers should be better than than 2%.
Oldnbroken wrote: Dimitri's estimate is a loose number he threw out, it is actually much less when you do the math.
Oldnbroken wrote: But it is a far, far cry to produce plastic parts for General Motors or Toyota than it is for Ozone, Epic, Nobile Kites etc.
Tiago. There is little point into getting into a discussion with O&B when it comes to Epic products, whether he is in the employ of Epic or whether he just idolises Dimitri so much that he will spend huge amounts of time defending his company is unclear but it is futile.
The Epic bar, both old and new is one of if not the worst looking bar that I have seen at the beach, it looks like something from early 2000. I would never put my faith in something that looks so cheap and that after a few sessions has rust marks on the bar from the posidrive screws that go through it.
The kites are good for the budget but I would recommend that people find an alternative bar until Epic come up with something decent.
KLK- Your forum account was created in April of this year.
Your first post was to ask a question that was not a question,
...so you could add your opinion that the Epic kites look like every other kite.
Your second post to give critical advise to Dimitri, then talk about how the Epic bar looks to you.
Third post to criticize me, and reiterate your thoughts about how the bar looks.
You've made three posts total, all priceless gems of contribution to the forum.
Does this leave anybody wondering what is your purpose as KLK?
The stalking is flattering...but a little gay.SupaEZ wrote:I'm waiting with bated breath on every word Oldnbroken writes.. as usual.
I think I may be in love with him.
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