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35 Responses to “Barcelona 2012 Sessions “The Early Days””
This is how to represent the industry. Everything Richie and Dustin put out looks great and shows our rollerblading in a mature and awesome way. Really proud to be a rollerblader every time I see one of their edits.
Skating has become this soft ass “fun stuff” represented by middle class people who have regular jobs and dress like regular people…
too bad… I miss abdiel saying: “I´ve learned more shit by comming to california then in fucking school” “That´s probably why I don´t study anymore…”
I miss the times where skating was the victory of the outkast. The glory of the different… People were living out the lifestyle. They were artists, band players, photographers, graffiti artists… NOW IT JUST PLAIN SUCKS!
outkast you are an outkast within rollerblading itself….so that must make you a in cast? maybe even a half cast? i mean really mate Im making as much sense as whatever meaningless point you were trying to make. sounds like you took abdiels advice and didn’t go to school seeing as you don’t know the difference between then and than….funny as abdiel recently graduated from school so maybe he didnt even take his own advice than….or is it then?
I’m sorry Outcast. For you. I might think so but in all honesty I don’t think a single band player, photographer or graffiti artist of the ones you’re thinking of were extraordinary even among non-rollerbladers. The only one I can think of is Vinny Minton and he went to SCHOOL to learn his trade. What an irony…