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  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by swellchasing View Post

    I can't stand it. We don't want this loon to be the voice of the surfing world.

    What do you think?

    Discuss.
    I think that there's no such thing as 'The voice of the surfing world' it is a fascist concept.

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  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by Manisses View Post

    I'd rather just listen to Biolos himself.

    Both videos are excruciating especially the second 'yeah guy' one.

    That's ok though.... 'icons of foam' cracked me up it smacked of 'icons with clay feet'.

    Lol squared

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Stuart View Post
    Both videos are excruciating especially the second 'yeah guy' one.

    That's ok though.... 'icons of foam' cracked me up it smacked of 'icons with clay feet'.

    Lol squared


    Roy.... Biolos is one of most well regarded shapers EVER. See 5'5 X 19 1/4. This is the kind of shaper that influences the entire shaping industry through innovation and a natural ability to understand the nuances of the art. It also allows the athletes participating in the sport to further push its limits. And that, Roy, is something your hands feel when they run the length of the board, what your solar plexus feels when you put the rail into a head high top to bottom wall of water and feel it respond like it was an italian sports car, not what your eye sees when it looks at a novelty longboard made out of strange woods with fins with teeth and a huge circular rocker and all the other insane things you employ in your artboards. Your artboards look neat. Thats it.
    Biolos' boards actually ride well thus enhancing the surfing experience. The video's you've posted of your boards show you have zero understanding of shaping. ZERO. The last vid of the two NZers riding your board is proof enough. Those things might as well have a snowplow on the front. The boards push water forward and they are simply unturnable! Come on! END OF STORY! I wont even address the price tag due to its utter insanity. You can be steve jobs and the dali lama at the same time, Roy, you have to be one or the other. I think you would do well building rich people decks off of their mansions, or maybe creating wooden sculptures. Clearly you have an ability to craft, but not to shape.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manisses View Post


    Roy.... Biolos is one of most well regarded shapers EVER.
    Yep, yep, yep.
    I'm still kicking myself for not buying this when I had the chance. DOH
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  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by Manisses View Post


    Roy.... Biolos is one of most well regarded shapers EVER. See 5'5 X 19 1/4. This is the kind of shaper that influences the entire shaping industry through innovation and a natural ability to understand the nuances of the art. It also allows the athletes participating in the sport to further push its limits. And that, Roy, is something your hands feel when they run the length of the board, what your solar plexus feels when you put the rail into a head high top to bottom wall of water and feel it respond like it was an italian sports car, not what your eye sees when it looks at a novelty longboard made out of strange woods with fins with teeth and a huge circular rocker and all the other insane things you employ in your artboards. Your artboards look neat. Thats it.
    Biolos' boards actually ride well thus enhancing the surfing experience. The video's you've posted of your boards show you have zero understanding of shaping. ZERO. The last vid of the two NZers riding your board is proof enough. Those things might as well have a snowplow on the front. The boards push water forward and they are simply unturnable! Come on! END OF STORY! I wont even address the price tag due to its utter insanity. You can be steve jobs and the dali lama at the same time, Roy, you have to be one or the other. I think you would do well building rich people decks off of their mansions, or maybe creating wooden sculptures. Clearly you have an ability to craft, but not to shape.

    Nope.. and it's not the end of the story either.

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  6. #26
    he literally said shortbordie rails at one point...

  7. #27
    Love the kooks who are too good for leashes then mistakenly falls off board which an on coming duck diver has no idea which leads to face busting or board busting which kook then replys wtf man you ****ed up my board! ****ing kook

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Stuart View Post
    Nope.. and it's not the end of the story either.

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    It is ironic that a poster in this thread actually matches the theme.

  9. #29
    Agreed. Except having more women in the lineup.
    Quote Originally Posted by Kahuna Kai View Post
    I'd rather have everyone think surfing sucks so the lineups thin out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leethestud View Post
    "i'm holding it, i'm holding it, i'm rubbing it, i'm rubbing it"

    Sham wow comparison was spot on.

    Don't lie now.....You know you hold, rub and stroke your stick!...