Rasta talks about why he surfs and why he drinks salt water.
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name of the song? thanks!
chris and billy your a pair ok kooks rasta would kick ur on any surfboard!!!!!!!
chris casey and “bill” must be 12 years old
hey Chris I don’t think he’s weird man. Your comment does sound strange, though: “it’s getting old…” who cares?, something might be old or not but if it makes sense then you got credibility and Rasta really makes sense for our sport.
Rasta is a joke
Are you kidding, Chris?! Rasta actually gets it — the true feeling of surfing has nothing to do with photo incentives, winning contests, sponsorships, or little butt-jammers who think it’s all about the biggest air or another air reverse we’ve all seen a million times already. Rasta is a soul surfer. He is humble. And he surfs circles around 99 percent of these “up-and-comers” you think need more exposure. Thing is, Rasta doesn’t have to seek it…His surfing speaks for itself. Check out the segment in Sprout where Rasta and Dan Malloy paddle out on a pair of Lopez single fins at this mysto righthander in Indo. He can ride just about anything with class and style.
you know you’re a hippy when you drink the salt water.
Seriously, stop giving this guy the time of day. With all the amazing surfers out there to keep showing Rasta off just because he is weird, its getting old.