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Girls and bow kites

Postby Experimental player » Thu Dec 13, 2007 5:13 am

In my vast travels,
I have noticed a large amount of girls and softly spoken limp wristed guys using kites with bridles.

Has anyone else noticed this trend. :cheer:

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Re: Girls and bow kites

Postby MissionMan » Thu Dec 13, 2007 5:15 am

Experimental player wrote:In my vast travels,
I have noticed a large amount of girls and softly spoken limp wristed guys using kites with bridles.

Has anyone else noticed this trend. :cheer:


only softly spoken limp wristed guy I know of works on an oilrig and goes by the name of Experimental player

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Postby Flyer51 » Thu Dec 13, 2007 6:57 am

And it's so much fun using these "girly" kites!
Can do things I would never be able to do on a big boy's kite :D

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Postby Experimental player » Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:07 am

Flyer51 wrote:And it's so much fun using these "girly" kites!
Can do things I would never be able to do on a big boy's kite :D


And what can you do better on a bridle kite?
Stay up wind :lol:


By the way bridles break saw it again last week, poor bastard in 30knots was outta control. Thought about saving him but looked like he needed to learn a lesson the hard way.
People aren't always there to catch your kite.
This occasion it was better to preserve my own life, instead of getting tangled in his crazy spinning kite.

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Postby MissionMan » Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:34 am

Experimental player wrote:
Flyer51 wrote:And it's so much fun using these "girly" kites!
Can do things I would never be able to do on a big boy's kite :D


And what can you do better on a bridle kite?
Stay up wind :lol:


By the way bridles break saw it again last week, poor bastard in 30knots was outta control. Thought about saving him but looked like he needed to learn a lesson the hard way.
People aren't always there to catch your kite.
This occasion it was better to preserve my own life, instead of getting tangled in his crazy spinning kite.


A sad example of the type of human being you are. The fact that you not prepared to risk your own life for someone else shows the character, or lack thereof.

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Postby kiter---) » Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:54 am

from past posts it clearly shows that ep has serious issues with his masculinity, probably he has a small dick.

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Postby tautologies » Thu Dec 13, 2007 10:00 am

..LOL gotta admit this on ewas funny though...even if it was flame bait.
EP is trolling.
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Re: Girls and bow kites

Postby tungsten222 » Thu Dec 13, 2007 10:05 am

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Postby Experimental player » Thu Dec 13, 2007 10:09 am

Best thing you can do to avoid an accident is assess the danger.
First aiders will undersatand D.R.A.B.C.
At least I could get help, instead of 2 people dying out of good 'dumbbow' will. :duh:

The logical danger assesment for me is
Use a kite that depowers completely and doesnt rely on a mechanical bridle/pullies to function.

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Postby Newbiediary » Thu Dec 13, 2007 10:15 am

I am no expert but as far as I know bridled kites have oh shit handles if something happens that kill the kite. I have seen more 5th lines breakeges than birdle brakege.

I agree as someone else said that your obsession with 5th line may be a reflection of some other issue you have. Maybe a good doctor can help you :bye:


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