And I actually technically didn't ask for anything...I deleted my post and then you felt the need to link my video in an attempt to publicly immortalize me. Constructive criticism, however, is different from callow, wanton bashing.
Thanks bud. In Jersey, its not TOO common to get clean days much bigger than that so I thought I'd make a video.
Again: Any CONSTRUCTIVE feedback is welcome
this is CONSTRUCTIVE: just because you can make a close-up video of yourself on a surfboard doesn't mean you should. only your mother will get a thrill out of watching 3:30 of footage in which either your face or your feet is the focal point. for the rest of us, it would be nice to see the wave and the day and break.
if you're going to share it, let us enjoy the session with you...as opposed to watching a video of you, enjoying the session. isn't that the point of a Go-Pro?
the "look at me" GoPro angle is worthy of ridicule. and yes, the music was terrible.
from the source:
The guy in the photo is not the one who got robbed.
Some guy was robbed and the phone was configured to upload all the photos to Dropbox, the thieves didn't care enough to disable GPS or the mobile data. When the owner of the phone was going to block all the accounts in the phone he noticed that there were new photos from his phone on his Dropbox account, then he published them on social networks relating what happened.
It took a few hours for it to become a witch hunt, in two days people fund out their names, their Facebook profiles, the thief's workplace, etc ...
The guy from the photo is someone who followed everything in social networks, yesterday he made an invitation through Twitter to go and arrest the thief at his wokplace since the police refused to/couldn't do anything.
Source: I'm from El Salvador, this thing has been all over Facebook this week.
so in El Salvador you can just walk around with an assault rifle in full combat gear and arrest people yourself? That's more American than America. Enjoy the taste of freedom, brothers.