If you were literally fearless, what is the first thing you'd do?
Climate change has been good to Hawaii, much to Greta Thunberg’s chagrin, or at least good to Hawaii’s big wave cowpeople. The men and women who bravely, boldly saddle up, as it were, and ride giant, massive, terrifying beasts whilst dodging the insidious cookie cutter shark.
An extraordinarily large swell hit Maui’s famed Peahi toward the end of last week. Another is on its way and Hawaii’s leading news source, Hawaii News Now, is there covering all the action. Shall we read, together, first hand?
Big-wave surfer Billy Kemper is not afraid of anything.
That was especially the case after the four-time Jaws champion took on enormous barrels at Peahi on Maui on Thursday.
In an Instagram video, he described the experience as riding the “wave of my life.”
Very scary but not to Billy Kemper who isn’t afraid of anything.
Not waves nor flat tires on the freeway nor Coronavirus nor period dramas nor Sense and Sensibility nor neighbors who eat PCP nor an overheated economy spinning into massive inflation nor the new aluminum tariff nor bed bugs biting nor six hour layovers nor one lost AirPod nor anything.
If you were literally fearless, what is the first thing you’d do?