good for you wayne. im sure those kids really appreciate what youre doing.
The kids just want the free boards, clown, they didn't know about the caveats that include pedophiles & freaky priests.
this is exactly right clown
I've never seen this thread before..
So what's the deal........this dude's a chester the molester, huh? Who gives out free surfboards to kids? Kids are horrible. Man, please tell me this dude doesn't have a van............
Man, give them skateboards not surfboards..........don't need more dudes sitting forty yards outside the line-up waiting ...........well, I don't know what they are waiting for. There's always them dudes on longboards who are always paddling wayyyy tooooo far outside.
YOU get with it and while you're at it check the history of your proselytizing abusing predatory chain of command.
A white van...apropos of nothing, that's where the brain washing & the abuse initially takes place, ain't that right slick?
Anyone who drives to the beach for the specific purpose of offering gifts to the kiddies to entice them into the white van is running a freak show. I wouldn't let children within 100 feet of your white van. CPS should be shadowing you people.
BTW, why'd you capitalize 'White Van'...? Lemme guess: one of your pedophile priests washed it in freak water & now you tell the kids who venture inside that van that they're in a holy place where hayzeus says drop thine pants.
Evil. Just evil incarnate.
I guess it is nice what you are doing, but I feel like there is more to it than meets the eye. I would rather give a kid a board myself, and preach to him about catching waves, than have a kid believe some sort of god has anything to do with him getting the board and giving him things. As I am certain there will be preaching going along with the giving of the boards.
edit: After reading your other posts in the thread, I am 100% convinced you are making these kids believe a god has anything to do with surfing. I really hate you people.
The thing is, he (Wayne) loves the hate you all give him. It's like a badge of honor for the over zealous Christian. They say, "Well Jeebus was persecuted for his beliefs", which is true, but they identify with that and use it to feel like they are just like Jeebus in this situation and that by not letting the doubters win, they are doing just as Jeebus did, it's empowering, it's self righteous.
I find nothing wrong with hooking kids up with surf boards, if that's all it is, but doing so in the manner of baiting them into hearing the word of God with a surf board is selfish, not generous or selfless. On the surface, sure, it may seem like you're doing a good thing, and to a degree you are, but the attachment that comes along with it is only serving your personal agenda. You give to others because it makes YOU feel good. Does it light up a kids day to get a surfboard? Sure it does, but you wouldn't be doing it if it didn't make YOU feel good. So although I don't condemn you for giving away the surf boards, I don't condone the bait and switch method in which you employ. As a sinner myself, I find it to be misleading.