HEY CRIS, JAJA LOOK WHO IS TALKING ABOUT HUMILITY..THAT IS REALLY FUNNY I NEVER THOUGHT THAT YOU WILL EVER MAKE ME SMILE AGAIN WITH YOUR COMMENTS, BUT YOU DID IT!..... PLEASE KEEP YOUR PERSONAL COMMENTS TO YOUR SELF. I HAVE A BUNCH OF PEOPLE THAT YOU HAVE FUCK ALREADY. SO YOU WILL NOT TOLERATE TRUE AND REAL COMMENTS...I WILL EXPOSE YOU AS THE REAL PERSON THAT YOU ARE AND THE ASSOCIATES THAT YOU HAVE (OR USE TO HAVE, SO PLEASE AVOID A NEXT COMMENT OR YOUR BUSINESS (IF YOU STILL HAVE ONE) WILL BE VERY OUT OF BUSINESS OVER THE NET AT LEAST AND BELIVE ME THAT IÃ‚Â´M NOT ALONE IN THIS. IS TIME TO STOP THE BULL SHIT PERSON THAT YOU ARE. SO GO ON LETS SEE WHAT HAPPEND I ONLY WILL SPEAK WITH THE TRUE.KRIS wrote:Eduardo, a bit of humility in your lately multiple statements about Cumbuco, would do some justice to the true.
I apreciatte your helping intentions when is to advice to who may need it, that's why I am not caring to answer everyone asking for advice, because you are taking care of it, but, please, think aways well what you are saying.
I will not tolerate any empty comment as: There are not waves in Cumbuco.
You just have not catch any wave here because while you were around, just few weeks, and for your first time, most of this time you were just riding Cauipe, Paracuru and sometimes Golfinho (besides your 2 kite trips, 3 with the one I took you first), and not in the period of the year in which the swells are best, you never cared to look for waves, you just rode in front of Golfinho or the other two spots I just mentioned trying to improve your unhooked manoeuvres, and that was that.
Having lately so many "experts" on the Cumbuco thopic as we have, maybe it may seems there's not need to have a look to http://www.kite-surf.com on the thopic Cumbuco.
Anyway, if I was you, the one asking for advice, I would do so.
To spend two weeks, three weeks or one month around here, don't make of you a kite authority in the area, I supposse to have spend here 3 years day after day, kiting all possible spots in the state and caring to post conditions 3 times weekly for the last two years, as well as first time done kite trips and advice in general, it does.
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