First “real” trick on a QS cruiser?
For whatever reason, spring screengrab posts have become a meaningless tradition on the website these past few years. It’s a good way to qualify productivity over the first three months of the year, which by nature, are rather unproductive. Now that we’ve fully made it over the hump of steady fifty-degree highs, not much has changed, short of one of downtown’s “safe spots” getting meaninglessly destroyed yesterday (filming there hasn’t been #relevant since 2004 though) and one more shirtless du-rag line than usual. There’s a new interview that *should* be up tomorrow. Video clips eventually. Have a good one.
One of the more apparent post-Pretty Sweet trick #trend developments — bonelesses into slides and grinds.
Considering camo is like the new white tee or something (seriously, walk into Blades on Broadway or any mall-style skate shop and one out of every five things will be camo #ubiquitywatch2013), dudes are really going overboard to get their patterns noticed — even willing to look like legitimate crazy people.
Flower patterns derived from english rock band album covers…the new camo?
Still a bust.
People who do the ad buys for Newport: Our e-mail is on the contact page.
As mentioned above, filming at 12th & A left #relevance in 2004, much like Weiss’ skateboarding pursuits.
R.I.P. 12th & A. Don’t believe the nonsense about it “re-opening.”
Maybe the Times‘ “Skateboarding Past a Mid-Life Crisis” article was true after all…
Early frontrunner for 2013’s 4th annual “Best Outfit at Three-Up Three-Down” award.
If Rick Ross is this generation’s Ja Rule (except not as good and fat), is Young Scooter its Juelz Santana?