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Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: CRACKED (152.179.131.---)
Date: October 17, 2016 01:01PM

they can never shut down THA MB

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: CRACKED (152.179.131.---)
Date: October 17, 2016 01:05PM

Stew Wrote:
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> Maria something. Thank you in advance.

Prob. Maria that used to work here in reception

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: JAH-N (67.189.30.---)
Date: October 21, 2016 01:54PM

came to the site and thought the MB was gone.

wish more people were one, I'm hurt and bored as shit.

stew is the illest and so is bad seeds

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: Pickles (70.198.38.---)
Date: October 21, 2016 03:52PM

Is it really not open to new people to register?

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: pheos (67.84.6.---)
Date: October 24, 2016 07:07PM

i come by and check every other week but theres nothing ever new up

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: CRACKED (152.179.131.---)
Date: October 26, 2016 09:36AM

Pickles Wrote:
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> Is it really not open to new people to register?


the register link still works,

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: pbsdm (162.238.126.---)
Date: October 26, 2016 11:45AM

ain't going nowhere. MDSPBDLXMB

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: ween (40.130.16.---)
Date: October 27, 2016 08:21AM

pbsdm Wrote:
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> ain't going nowhere. MDSPBDLXMB


REKONZE

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: (68.96.70.---)
Date: October 31, 2016 06:46AM

Stoked on the new bs with tg w/ MG
MG surfs!
[www.dlxsf.com]

-Blank Space

The Artist formerly known as

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: daykarerob (75.114.24.---)
Date: January 06, 2017 06:10AM

Just discovered the underground MB! Cool!

Re: Welcome to the underground
Posted by: pheos (67.84.6.---)
Date: January 22, 2017 08:21AM

pretty much how i feel . thanks stew

Stew Wrote:
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> About a month ago I got really injured and its
> forced me to sit and think for a while.
>
> there is a renaissance coming. thanks to the web
> and such I am seeing more and more small batch
> craft wood coming to market. The boards are unique
> and, often, can be ordered to your (my) specs.
> They guy who makes my boards does so by hand, he
> delivers them, sometimes, in person. They are
> built like nothing else. I recently stood on a
> welcome, you know, from PS Stix (same as like 100
> other brands) and it felt like a weak toy. It is
> happening everywhere. Big names are still good, no
> doubt, but they're marketed terribly, made as
> cheaply as possible (at least the ones for sale at
> shops), often don't resemble the boards the actual
> pro rides (Gonz, for example), and they are sized
> to sell in quantity to a demographic who is much
> lighter and shorter than I am. I know they
> function, its clear when you see a 22 year old
> who's 5 ft. 3 inches tall but to be honest, in my
> sagging old age I look at a 8.25 popsicle and it
> looks outright stupid and tiny.
>
> I'd love to see a magazine that covers skating to
> write about this but we won't, because the
> advertisers control content.
>
> I believe skatepark construction companies have
> divided the country into territories and that they
> routinely overbid and underbuild. I can see that
> the work is hard, and no one wants to be away from
> home in some dump of a town, and maybe the guys
> should get paid more but what is happening, if I
> am right, is costing skaters in terrain and
> forcing cities to rethink.
>
> Our park was built by one of the big names but, in
> reality, one guy came here and hired like 7 locals
> from the nascent local DIY project. They got
> robbed in terms of pay and the city and skaters
> got robbed in terms of terrain. Where is that
> article? In a place like Colorado where the
> scenery is great, the pot shops are open until 10,
> the women fit and young, and the builders have
> homes and plan to actually ride what they built
> you see flawless and ample terrain. So, in flyover
> country we beg and scramble for a big name to do
> that here and we get a wipeout boozehound who
> leaves the project as early as possible and who
> couldn't care less about the kinks or cracks or
> slumps or whatever. And they won't be back for
> maintenance either. Tonight I'm hosting a meeting
> for a local skatepark expansion and, so far, I
> haven't been able to get any response from any of
> the big name builders. Is my project too small? I
> think so... and its not in Oregon, Florida,
> Colorado, or along any beach.
>
> My skating is what it is. I can't measure up any
> longer. Not to the insane standards in the
> magazines. I've decided not to read them any
> longer. I don't care if CJ collins wants to flip
> the coin on whether or not he will be paraplegic
> or not (kickflip into the Vans Square). Go for it
> kid, and when you get hurt, unless you are john
> cardial (who deserves it all) you will be dropped
> and forgotten and replaced overnight and lance
> mountain will still have a pro model.
>
> So its fitting that this mb goes "underground" in
> the sense that my toxic opinions won't be perused
> by whatever kid is looking for the latest spitfire
> graphic. I have no plans to ever again open a
> magazine and I've basically gotten so bored with
> the video coverage, and I know the skating is
> amazing, because its frankly impossible for me to
> even comprehend any longer. I broke my humerus
> bone falling 7ft from an extension. How the fuck
> can I appreciate pedro's padless 10 foot high 540
> or anything approaching a gap of more than 5
> stairs? That's just all too nuts now. I don't need
> skating to impress me and it owes me nothing.
>
> This is what its like at the end. I will still
> skate for sure, but without any influence from the
> media or industry.

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