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Classics: SF's Dish Contest '85

Wow, talk about old school. Can you say where you were 30 years ago? I can. Grindline is going to build a new park on the site of the old Dish. Amazing this thing was built 35 years ago. Not many of us left from that day. After the contest it turned into a race war when the locals came looking for blood. "Squeebs" be damned! Thanks to Sean Fleming for digging this video out of his box of shit. Take a trip back in time with T.Guerrero, Mic-Reyes, Julien, Cam, Arco, and all the old City heads. —Jake Phelps

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