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I totally disagree with not flying a kite because of looks. I barely look at my kite when I ride. I want performance. I want it because it feels right to have a kite perform well. I don't pick kites that look "cool" so that I can have a certain image.
That's very enlightened of you. You probably wake up in the morning, and throw on the same unwashed clothes you have been wearing for the last week, leave the house without combing your hair, brushing your teeth, or shaving, get in your rusted out El Camino, and go to work (if you work). Everyone looks at you with awe and admiration, because you are your own man. Style doesn't mean anything to you. You only look for performance. So the pink cartoon kite with hearts and puppies and flowers and rainbows is made for you, man.
I barely look at my clothes or hair or face or car, but if I want to project an image of professionalism to my clients, and I want to be looked at with anything else but distain from members of the opposite sex, you had best believe I'm going to have my shit in line. I guess that makes me vain, but I'll be vain while being gainfully employed and getting laid, thank you very much.
Performance is great, but style completes the picture. If performance was the only factor people looked at, we would all be wearing the same clothes, with the same haircut, driving the same cars, living in the same houses... Welcome to the Borg cube, everyone.
You are truly a massive liar if you expect us to believe you don't give a rat's ass what image you project.