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June 01, 2013


Visitors are destroying the island life… Maui is not designed to handle every activity known to man! To many people such a small island, all activities here are being swallowed whole by followers and copy cats whom know nothing about backing off and letting the people who live here have safety and fun water activity… all you people come here try new things dont have a clue or the strenghth to handle board or wave… you are a danger in the water and ruin it for us avid water junkies. Soon this island will be full of so many followers that every beach that is eroding on Maui wl be loaded with cars boards and idiots… no one seems to realize… the worst is here and yet to come… thanks to illegal surf schools… you can kiss pleasure in the water, GOODBYE

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