I'm not going to argue that I'm a better kayaker than Tyler, mainly because the fact that almost everyone knows I am a much much better boater than he is (I ran the stikine when I was 13 in a playboat).
I will however argue that kayaking off 100+ foot waterfalls is a really dumb idea. These "waterfall wars" are encouraging people to keep pushing the limits until someone discovers what the limit is. I think it is bad publicity and promotes a part of the sport that only .000001% kayakers participate in. (Reference Skier Jamie Pierre) It's a movement that is in the opposite direction of kayaking in its purity.
I'm sure it did take a lot of skill to stick a line like that, but regaurdless I am still way better at kayaking. (Don't you ever forget that Tucker W)
Congrats Tyler on narrowly avoiding the Darwin awards!
The Darwin Awards
PS, no need to call me ignorant. People have already informed me that I am in a similar thread.