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Hurricane Matthew Kitesurfer: Balls of Steel, or Balls of Stupid?

I bet this kitesurfer over in Florida was super gung-ho to get out there in the massive surf and winds created by Hurricane Matthew. He probably thought he was going to be famous and stuff, and…
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