tisebag wrote:acually it was a typo....not, lol, do you spell check , I'm in trouble...
No, I am just joking. Welcome to the forum
gipseysurfer wrote:shannon knew the rules and flouted them and risked acces for almost 1,000 kiters
shannon best rolled into cape cod with a total lack of knowledge of the history and the hard battle fought by the cape cod kiting community to gain access to southern beaches in the peak season when cape cod boasts fantastic south west wind.
we have a major access issue effecting kiters globally, do we need the peanut gallery of best cronies attempting their pathetic version of damage control?
it's jul 10 and you have another 50 kiting days until labor day. in august when west dennis is closed down you think shannon will give a toss while he bides his time in the columbia river gorge or the rio vista delta.
lets try to learn one thing from this post. kiting is a global pursuit, you can pack a bag of kit and be 1/2 way across the world at a premium kiting spot in 10 hours, yet if you don't respect the local rules and regs you are going to f it up for all kiters.
shannon, you were a maui local yet i never saw you kiting hookipa or kanaha. you bided your time on kite beach as you knew that was the only way the sport would survive.
step up to the plate and quit hiding behind your network of cronies that joined this forum to defend your actions.
kiterfighter wrote:Nice try Chaz your qoute from SB leaves out the word "controversy". There is no controversy SB kited where he was not supposed too. End of story. All the other talk is just BS. He is trying to make excuses for his behavior since he knows he fucked up.
SB is responsible for where and how he kites not me, Phil, or anyone else. Get it?
jkrug wrote:the fact that SB may have apologized somewhere is irrelevant. Phil told him verbatim there was no kiting allowed there...where's the ambiguity in that? THere seems to be this attitude today that apologizing for something resolves everything. It doesn't fly w/me. If I tell someone they cannot kite somewhere, and they basically say f-u, and later they apologize after kiting in that spot, all i can say is f-u back.
a suggestion was made to use physical force to stop someone from kiting in prohibited areas; guys like SB tend to hide behind lawyers, so its probably not worth it.
i have nothing against Best Kiteboarding; i've owned one kite and a bar from them. I know 'tisebag' and that he likes Best equipment alot, as do many folks around here. thats all fine. I don't know SB at all, and frankly, don't care to. he had his one chance at a first impression...
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