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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcarter View Post
    Dawnpatrol SUP an infraction is just a PM from admin with the number of points the infraction is worth.
    Not 100% true; This picture is usually attached with any warnings:



    Hang in there:

    Last edited by Ryan7; Sep 8, 2013 at 02:40 AM.

  2. #22
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    Save the internet fights for facebook. Both of you just pearled on the information wave

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECswell View Post
    your comment was in a thread and Jesus. you got the ball rolling because you HAVE to be right i guess. you had it coming anyhow.

    heres one of your posts: "Well after all my rants and fightin latley I figured it was time for me to post something constructive".

    don't lie and claim it was over my MA comments, or you were just pointing out stats. keep lying. you went and deleted the comment about how your gonna kill me. so now you twist the story? and crying now? what a baby. your just a lonely, angry Jesus freak
    My posts in the Jesus thread were not based on your MA trash talk but just on the stupidity of your thoughts. As for the MA post, I did not delete the comment the admin/mod did cause I can only assume you reported it. As I said I did not directly threaten you but simply warned you about the areas you now find yourself living in. As stated I and many others have made far more direct and dire threats with no retribution so again I'm guessing you went crying to the admin/mods. As for the stats man, things are way different on the mainland, if you recall three teens shot and killed and Australian baseball player a few weeks ago in the midwest (KS I think) simply because they were bored and had nothing else to do. In the last 9 months there have been 2 toddlers shot and killed in their strollers by thugs. Has that ever happened in HI? I think not. NC and many other states have concealed carry laws that are far more loose than HI's and many residents use it so you never know when you talk trash if someone will blow your head off. Just to make sure you and everyone else knows I am not threating you here I do not even own a gun so again NOT a threat just the fact man. Hell in October we can carry guns to playgrounds! Bout the only place in NC we can't carry guns is a Govt Building, School or a Bank.

    HI Concealed Carry Law http://www.usacarry.com/hawaii_conce...formation.html
    NC Concealed Carry Law: https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/blo...ct-oct-1-2013/

    ECwells, you and I are done and as the other comments on this and the MA thread have shown the vast majority of members here agree with my thoughts on you and your attitude so I will take the one point penalty if it means showing others your stupidity.

    Oh and how's this for pot calling the kettle black!!!??? THis is ECswells post to Emass in the MA thread:
    Quote Originally Posted by ECswell View Post
    . maybe we meet Emass? you got the balls in person to tell me the lineup is yours? nah
    Sounds like a threat to me.
    Last edited by rcarter; Sep 8, 2013 at 03:02 AM.

  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by dlrouen View Post
    I'm sure you've already changed your mind by now, but don't leave; otherwise, I'm going to go back to hating all the people from Raleigh that show up when the surf is good. Good times, rcarter, good times. You will always have front row parking anytime you come to CB, where the beer flows like wine.
    I'm heading down at 5am tomorrow but think we are heading to Topsail. If we do head to CB I'll hit you up cause I would love to surf with you Bro. Did you see those new Eaveys on WB Live? I know you had/have one and these three look sick!

  5. Brah, picture this, last time University of Hawaii came to the mainland to play a bowl game, they got stuck with Georgia, and they also got taught what real football is. Most Hawaiians feel all safe and secure when they're fighting in packs like weak and crybaby dogs. No wonder the wonder kid loves dog fighting. What kind of human being is that? Dear Reader: I like dog and cock fights. I basically like to fight animals who cannot defend themselves against me. I hate the behavior of Hawaiians towards animals and their fellow human beings. In this world, its what we signify as the tell-tale signs of psychopathic behavior. Get them out into the real world like your nemesis, and they're all bark with no bite. They get scared and intimidated.

    This tool might not be scared of cold water, but he sure as ****e sounds scared of normal human interaction where we don't encourager his misconfigured coolness by sucking up to his brown side. Hawaiians are by far the lamest set of people I've ever surfed with, they have so much of a sense of entitlement. FU!! "The only true test of a surfer is to surf alone." Stand tall brethren, or better yet strike a pose as your send some serious spray in Mr. Sandwich Island's face!

  6. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by seldom seen View Post
    For what it's worth RCarter I think you should stick around...it's like that song from the 90's, "RCarter we love you so, please don't go".
    DPSUP, sorry to hear about your sister's dog man, that's never easy.
    PJB, classic stuff as always, especially the forum synopsis. Twice I checked in hear today and twice I found myself laughing hysterically.
    How's life sisurfdogg? Hope all is well. You fellers be good and enjoy the rest of your weekend.
    Thanks dude, had a little memorial for her tonight, such a great dog

  7. Actually, I feel the need to share this story. I spent a good bit of time in Maui, and I had a regular break, where I had become a bit of a regular presence. There was this guy from the other side of the island, who, whenever he would show up, would walk onto the beach and into the water like he owned it. I also had a friend who would always pass the pipe to anyone present, but whenever this guy from the other side would show up, my friend would always withhold passing to me whenever this tool was the one packing the pipe, out of some weird sort of fear or as if I wasn't somehow worthy. Generally, later, he'd pack me one up special and apologize because guy from other side was just stubborn and stuck-up.

    A time later I was out in the lineup waiting my turn and toolbox paddled out into the first position point and got pissed when I took my turn "in a sense cutting him off." When I paddled back out, he tried to call me out by accusing me of being a Californian. I turned to him and said, "No, I'm not from Cali, I surf this beach every day, and I've never seen you. This is my beach, and I'm from the East Coast where we shoot people like you." The guy looked at me, as if he was going to cry, took a wave, and never came back to the break. Hawaiian's ain't so tough. Take them out of their element, and they are over-indulged and weak. That's why you don't see too many of them on the pro tour. For all the awesome surf they get to learn on, the 64 should be dominated by JAh-waiians, but its not. Why? Perfection has its consequences.

  8. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by thisguysthumbs View Post
    Actually, I feel the need to share this story. I spent a good bit of time in Maui, and I had a regular break, where I had become a bit of a regular presence. There was this guy from the other side of the island, who, whenever he would show up, would walk onto the beach and into the water like he owned it. I also had a friend who would always pass the pipe to anyone present, but whenever this guy from the other side would show up, my friend would always withhold passing to me whenever this tool was the one packing the pipe, out of some weird sort of fear or as if I wasn't somehow worthy. Generally, later, he'd pack me one up special and apologize because guy from other side was just stubborn and stuck-up.

    A time later I was out in the lineup waiting my turn and toolbox paddled out into the first position point and got pissed when I took my turn "in a sense cutting him off." When I paddled back out, he tried to call me out by accusing me of being a Californian. I turned to him and said, "No, I'm not from Cali, I surf this beach every day, and I've never seen you. This is my beach, and I'm from the East Coast where we shoot people like you." The guy looked at me, as if he was going to cry, took a wave, and never came back to the break. Hawaiian's ain't so tough. Take them out of their element, and they are over-indulged and weak. That's why you don't see too many of them on the pro tour. For all the awesome surf they get to learn on, the 64 should be dominated by JAh-waiians, but its not. Why? Perfection has its consequences.
    Solid post...

  9. #29
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    so, is there a goodbye post in this thread or what?

  10. #30
    Quote Originally Posted by ECswell View Post
    rcarter, when you leaving? please don't take out your anger at the world on the undeserving. poor little guy
    Yo, bruddah, where's your aloha spirit?
    When we go to where your from, we show respect,
    if you can't do the same, then STFU!