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The Real World is a term by the redpills to refer to the reality, the true physical world and life outside the Matrix. – John Lyke.
Black Bandit Media‘s ninth rollerblade film Buffalo brings you high action rollerblading like you’ve never seen it before. Starring Mike Dempsey, Mark Rosen, Nick Taylor, Casey Geraghty, and John Lyke. Full Video.
Knowledge is Power. * Not responsible for any injuries due to drinking blade juice, including death. Intro starring Kyle Garrity & Mark Golembeski.
Shot all in one day (3/21/13). 7am sunrise at Huntington, 1pm afternoon hike at Bear, and 6pm sunset session in LA.
Filmed by Kyle Garrity, edited by Juan Gusta.
Song: The White Stripes – Fell in love with a girl.
Juan Gusta ( John Lyke ) is the principal of Bayside High School and the show’s resident authority figure.
However, when he attended high school, he was an anti-authority hippie whom, in one episode, Jessie describes as “The Mike Dempsey of the ’60s”.
According to an old copy of the school paper, he once mooned the school board. He once mentioned that had he been allowed to return for a fourth tour of duty, “the war would’ve been won in a week”. He is known for his catchphrase, “Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey! What is going on here?” as well as his high-pitched laugh.
Lyke has frequent run-ins with Mike and his friends as either a foe to be outwitted or a friend to turn to for help. Despite being a responsible authority figure, Mr. Belding is unique as he genuinely seems to care what his students, particularly Mike, think of him.
With a new haircut, new blades, and tasty attitude, New York City Detective John Lyke has just arrived in Los Angeles to spend Christmas with his wife.
Unfortunatly, it is not going to be a Merry Christmas for everyone. A group of terrorists, led by Hans Gruber is holding everyone in the Nakatomi Plaza building hostage.
With no way of anyone getting in or out. The F.B.I. are called in to survey the situation, but John Lyke has other plans for the terrorists. He’s an easy guy to like… but a hard man to kill.
Filmed by: Mark Golembeski, Mike Dempsey, Casey Geraghty, Marie Hebert, Mark Rosen, and Phil Hebert.
Songs: George Thorogood & The Destroy – Bad to the Bone ; Summercamp – Down ; Chinatown – Kitten. Black Bandit Media Family: Dinner (Full Video).