On the bandwagon since 2013 :)
Had a rough past week for site updates. Just spent a lot of time trying to figure life out, yaknow? (No, not returning to the dark days of 2006-2009 where it was updated three times a month — the modern news cycle couldn’t handle that, r u crazy?)
New teamrider on Mother Collective.
Nieratko interviewed Peter Sidlauskas over on Vice.
What a week for wheel company videos! If the future of skate videos isn’t in a Shorty’s Guilty VHS tape or fifteen-second IG edits, maybe sub-two minute wheel company videos could be a guiding light? Jordan Trahan for Autobahn with the non-IG angle of 2014’s 360 Flip of the Year / leading practitioner of boardslide-tech, Jesus Fernandez, with a quick part for Bones Wheels (sidebar: I was recently informed of a weird sect that swears by Bones over Spitfires…is this real?) / Michael “Top 3 Person to See Skate in Real Life” Mackrodt with a part for a potentially unsubtle drug front.
Lurker Lou came through with a wear test for the Osiris D3. Apparently, it’s not much different than skating a foamposite.
Tyler, the Tufty has the opener in the D.C-based “Alley Bar 9.”
New iPhone edit via Rob Gonyon with a bunch of the Bronze guys, and one of the highlights off Barter 6.
A half-minute of J-John the Don footage from the Krooked Korea trip.
This video got e-mailed to us more that pretty much any other video ever throughout the past week. It’s good for a few laughs.
There are a lot of new things to skate in Milan, beyond just the train station.
Brief Ray Barbee sighting, who also probably earned the loudest cheer of the night at the Propeller premiere, just off an intro appearance.
Oh wow, another Colombia skate clip with a missed #musicsupervision opportunity.
They made one of those “oral histories” about Redman’s Cribs episode. “The reason I was on the floor was because the couch — you know how it is when you’re sleeping on a leather couch and it gets all hot? When it’s too hot to sleep on the couch, I just go right to the floor. It’s a cooler situation.”
If you borrowed money to go to school, and need a reason to cry and/or begin planning on how to fake your own death, have fun reading this.
QS Sports Desk Play of the Week: Steph beat James Harden MVP voting. Fingers crossed for a Clippers-Warriors Western Conference Finals.
Quote of the Week:
“This video got e-mailed to us more ***than pretty much any other video ever throughout the past week. It’s good for a few laughs.”
Damn it feels good to be a math major
the bones wheels thing is real. I swear by bones and so does everyone else (pretty much) from my home town. the recent formula 4’s by spitfire is the closest thing to come to the bones STF formula, but it still doesn’t compare because although they are almost as hard as a bones wheel, the spits whill eventually flatspot. Bones do not flatspot and if they do you just keep skating them until they work themselves out. Some true magic type shit in their formula.
this comes from a person who spends the majority of his skateboarding skating flatground and also lives in Indiana (currently Chicago.)
Tuftys line at pulaski was so sik
i haven’t fed my family for days now =[
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