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May 13, 2009


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The reason you don't have enough names is because you're short a category or two. For example, if you had a category “Too Chicken to Compete”, I would be the first to sign up. Or perhaps the category “Skills Suck Bad So Won't Make Ass Of Himself”. I would be high in that category too. Don't forget the popular “Just Wants To Be A Beach Slacker” category. Often I fit there.

I think a lot more people are coming, but not to compete. We're coming for the “windsurfing experience”, mon. I'd still be happy to pay $20, though.



Nice job, BTW, on the “Windsurfing” mag editorial. I totally agree. Every time there's a new year, it seems each board goes through minor modifications and is vastly superior to last year's model. Enough already.

I don't have a byline but I did conduct the interview with Trey, the guy who made the Expedition Windsurfer.

New York windsurfing rules again!



I read your article title "No more gear" on Windsurfing Magazine of June. Great point, I agree with you totally. I think you should make a post out of it (if you haven't done so already).


(PS: thanks for your advice but I finally did not get the formula board at the swap, I became convinced that a 135-140L freeride board is what I need....a used one of course!)

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