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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby surfinsmiler » Mon Feb 28, 2011 7:55 pm

When's the last time you were tipsy then Roy?
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby mal-nourished » Mon Feb 28, 2011 7:58 pm

there is no proof you have no proof and never will be it all is a pile of BS and really shows you up for the deluded ignorant fool you are. :evil: ROY+BOARD= fail
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:02 pm

surfinsmiler wrote:
When's the last time you were tipsy then Roy?



Last Century.

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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:03 pm

mal-nourished wrote:
there is no proof you have no proof and never will be it all is a pile of BS and really shows you up for the deluded ignorant fool you are. :evil: ROY+BOARD= fail



What do I have in my pocket ?

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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby rodent » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:04 pm

Roy Stuart wrote: Anyway the board was ridden again 2 days ago.


Heard there was a small craft warning on the reefs that day :lol:
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby mal-nourished » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:05 pm

dont see your mafia on the map...
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:20 pm

There is much which exists which you don't see, and the Hawaiian mafia are not 'my' mafia, obviously.


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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby mal-nourished » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:32 pm

until you show us the proof you are a liar and a paranoid fool and that is something that has been proven... 8)
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Stan » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:39 pm

There is so much which exists which you dont see Yeah right on Roy man
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:39 pm

Do a course in logic and lay off the alcohol, your replies are illogical and factually incorrect.
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Stan » Mon Feb 28, 2011 8:51 pm

Im doing a course in alcohol and laying of the logic
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby REO » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:20 pm

Roy Stuart wrote:Hahahahaha there was a comp on right there and NONE of the compeitors caught a single wave hahahahhahahaha !!!!!

One can see the hapless competitors in a couple of the clips, sitting bleakly in their black funereal wetsuits pretending not to be bummed out, while the judges didn't give me a point for catching each wave.... because I'm a free surfer. . .

:-D


To me you look like your having fun which is great, but your posting on a forum to people who dont like to straight line a wave- or trim across way out of position/ miles away from the breaking part of the wave without cutting back. The waves look easy to ride on any board there's no accounting for skill level on shorter boards than yours that day besides it looks tiny and very weak all if not most of us would have gone on to find better waves at a different spot! Not all of us have black wetsuits lol I tebd to buy whatever fits and dont give two shits what I look like or what others think of me. ( I have no need for a day glow wetsuit/helmet/ beard combo mixed in with antagonistic forum posts to get a name for myself)
:wink: If everone of you answers on this forum is to defend yourself in such a way that your 'cock' status just grows in the eyes of everyone else, I fail to any reason in them.
When your not winding people up and adding stories of your boards travels I love reading about it and how people feel riding your board, but your over sensitive reaction to negative comments is almost child like and counter productive - feed back is always good--- neg or pos ;O)
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby surfinsmiler » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:29 pm

Roy Stuart wrote:
surfinsmiler wrote:
When's the last time you were tipsy then Roy?



Last Century.

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Sorry Roy,does this mean that you too are a drunk?
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby mal-nourished » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:36 pm

is it me or does roys tale of a contest smell a bit iffy i mean all wearing same shade wetsuit doesnt add up... :lol:
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby surfinsmiler » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:46 pm

Think he said he was freesurfing whilst a contest was going on.He got waves whilst they did'nt is the gist of it methinks.
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby rodent » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:47 pm

Was it the fear of the mafia that got him to change his name :shock:
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby mal-nourished » Mon Feb 28, 2011 9:53 pm

roy said we can see them in there bl. wetsuits first event ive heard of without vests or any other distinguishing feature to differentiate beetween riders.. 8) ..
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:04 pm

They had contest vests on, and a judges stand on the beach. . . a school comp.
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:06 pm

surfinsmiler wrote:
Roy Stuart wrote:
surfinsmiler wrote:
When's the last time you were tipsy then Roy?



Last Century.

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Sorry Roy,does this mean that you too are a drunk?



It's safe to say that alcohol has had no place in my life for such a long time that I can answer 'No'.. . . unlike those who are active drinkers.


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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:08 pm

REO wrote:
Roy Stuart wrote:Hahahahaha there was a comp on right there and NONE of the compeitors caught a single wave hahahahhahahaha !!!!!

One can see the hapless competitors in a couple of the clips, sitting bleakly in their black funereal wetsuits pretending not to be bummed out, while the judges didn't give me a point for catching each wave.... because I'm a free surfer. . .

:-D


To me you look like your having fun which is great, but your posting on a forum to people who dont like to straight line a wave- or trim across way out of position/ miles away from the breaking part of the wave without cutting back. The waves look easy to ride on any board there's no accounting for skill level on shorter boards than yours that day besides it looks tiny and very weak all if not most of us would have gone on to find better waves at a different spot! Not all of us have black wetsuits lol I tebd to buy whatever fits and dont give two shits what I look like or what others think of me. ( I have no need for a day glow wetsuit/helmet/ beard combo mixed in with antagonistic forum posts to get a name for myself)
:wink: If everone of you answers on this forum is to defend yourself in such a way that your 'cock' status just grows in the eyes of everyone else, I fail to any reason in them.
When your not winding people up and adding stories of your boards travels I love reading about it and how people feel riding your board, but your over sensitive reaction to negative comments is almost child like and counter productive - feed back is always good--- neg or pos ;O)


Spoken like a true channel beacon.


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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby mal-nourished » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:12 pm

so you managed to dominate over a few skoolies man your effing good ... :roll: and not everyone who drinks is a alky you fool... :roll:
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:20 pm

mal-nourished wrote:
so you managed to dominate over a few skoolies man your effing good ... :roll: and not everyone who drinks is a alky you fool... :roll:



. . . and anyone else who shows up !

Those who get drunk are indeed alcoholics. . . Roberdy reported that he binge drinks and so is an alcoholic by definition.

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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Zac Gibson » Mon Feb 28, 2011 10:45 pm

Roy Stuart wrote:
. . . and anyone else who shows up !

Those who get drunk are indeed alcoholics. . . Roberdy reported that he binge drinks and so is an alcoholic by definition.

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Incorrect


–noun Pathology .
a chronic disorder characterized by dependence on alcohol, repeated excessive use of alcoholic beverages, the development of withdrawal symptoms on reducing or ceasing intake, morbidity that may include cirrhosis of the liver, and decreased ability to function socially and vocationally.

source THE DICTIONARY claim thats incorrect u bellend!!
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:02 pm

What a ridiculous definition. . . according to which one isn't an alcoholic unless one has 'decreased ability to function socially' .

Plenty of alcoholics can function socially, and IMO the definition is a poor one.

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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Zac Gibson » Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:17 pm

Roy Stuart wrote:What a ridiculous definition. . . according to which one isn't an alcoholic unless one has 'decreased ability to function socially' .

Plenty of alcoholics can function socially, and IMO the definition is a poor one.

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do you want to read that again roy it says it MAY lead to 'decreased ability to function socially' so you once again were incorrect roy seems to be a theme running here???????


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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Tue Mar 01, 2011 12:43 am

Incorrect your reading comprehension is at fault
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Poo Stance » Tue Mar 01, 2011 1:19 am

So Roy, 'in your opinion' both Zac's comprehension is wrong, Rob IS an alcoholic and more importantly that definition of an 'alcoholic' is incorrect.

Care to offer your own opinion of what the definition of an Alcoholic is? By which we can then assess Rob's alcoholism.

Do you thrive on confrontation Roy?
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby northswell » Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:21 am

Previous definition of an alcoholic is correct.

Someone who binge drinks occasionally can more acurately be labelled an Alcohol Abuser.
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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby Roy Stuart » Tue Mar 01, 2011 6:43 am

northswell wrote:
Previous definition of an alcoholic is correct.

Someone who binge drinks occasionally can more acurately be labelled an Alcohol Abuser.



Splitting hairs IMO it's all the same to me but let's just say that roberdy is an alcohol abuser then shall we ?


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Re: Roy Stuart's FP 13 surfboard and the Hawaiian Hikoi

Postby kayu » Tue Mar 01, 2011 8:47 am

There is nothing more annoying than a tea-totler....if you are unable to have a few drinks with your mates when you want to , it means you have no mates ! If all the gay tea-totlers want to pussy around and compare each others tea-pots , just stay well clear of me thanks.....fricken pack of pansies !
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