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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby kas911 » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:06 pm

Newer thought I would say this but............

Bob Marley is a fag

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby Bob Marley » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:29 pm

kas911 wrote:Newer thought I would say this but............

Bob Marley is a fag



Homophobia. :nono: That's even less cool than riding waves backside.

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby SupaEZ » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:34 pm

Bob Marley wrote:Those aren't the dimensions for the 5' nug you claim to own...
Either way my fish is bigger, has more float and is better in light wind.


Hey... I can see that you are not the smartest peanut in the turd :lol:

I own the board and it is 2 3/8" thick..... the whole world knows that too :thumb:

Do you live under a rock in your mother's basement ?

Your fish is longer...not bigger...same 21 inches wide...but with a skinny ass swallow tail

The EXTRA WIDE area one foot off the Nug's tail gets the board going faster and earlier in LW

Float has never been proven to be a major factor to go better in LW when you weigh 160-165 lbs

You go ahead and swallow ...frontside

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby Bob Marley » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:48 pm

Your nug is still smaller even if those are the correct dimensions. A 5'10 fish is a better lightwind board than a little 5'0 nug. :nono: Ive got almost a foot more of board than you. The small swallow tail cut out takes very little away from total volume and only make the board ride better and require less fins which means less drag and better upwind. You on your nug need a 19m for light wind. I only need a 9m c kite with my fish or another similar size board. With a 12 I can kite in the lightest of winds so light a bigger kite will not make a difference because if Im not going upwind on that setup there is not even enough wind to hold a kite in the air.

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby Bob Marley » Wed Jan 22, 2014 8:53 pm

Im still waiting to see proof on anyone kiting in waves on a 19m kite. :rollgrin: I guess if you are using those big kites what does frontside or backside matter? You aint wave riding either way on those blimps but just getting towed back and forth then maybe changing directions on a wave then just making a straight line back the other direction and repeat Zzzz. Luckily I have real wind here in WA not that light ass crap all the time you get down south. :rollgrin: :bye:

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby SupaEZ » Wed Jan 22, 2014 10:47 pm

Bob Marley wrote:Your nug is still smaller even if those are the correct dimensions. A 5'10 fish is a better lightwind board than a little 5'0 nug. :nono: Ive got almost a foot more of board than you.


I am now convinced......you are not the smartest peanut in your turd :lol:

What good would it do to add 10 inches of useless nose that would just be out of the water :roll:
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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby SupaEZ » Wed Jan 22, 2014 10:51 pm

Bob Marley wrote: I only need a 9m c kite with my fish or another similar size board. With a 12 I can kite in the lightest of winds so light a bigger kite will not make a difference because if Im not going upwind on that setup there is not even enough wind to hold a kite in the air.


If you are not going upwind on a 12 + fishy fishy set-up.....
.....it is because the wind is too light for a 12

You have no idea what light wind really is.....do you :duh:

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby plummet » Wed Jan 22, 2014 10:52 pm

This thread is like Keith Richards. It refuses to die.

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby SupaEZ » Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:10 pm

Bob Marley wrote:The small swallow tail cut out takes very little away from total volume and only make the board ride better and require less fins which means less drag and better upwind.


Tail cut out combined with reduced fish shape area under back foot takes away LW performance
Tail cut out does not make a board ride better in LW
Tail cut out does not require less fins & equal less drag in LW

P.S. you...do....not...know...what...light...wind...is....because...you...don't...ride...in...it

Lucky 4 U...WA has herbs :cool2: for snob guys like U who only own a 12 as their biggest kite

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Re: Riding waves backside....

Postby SupaEZ » Wed Jan 22, 2014 11:16 pm

BOB seems angry all the time
Last week he went to a WA fortune teller to have his FIST read


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