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SKATEBOARDING => SHIT TALK => Topic started by: El Benito on January 09, 2008, 10:07:08 PM



Title: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: El Benito on January 09, 2008, 10:07:08 PM
I think all that Famous shit is the gayest thing that was ever created. like all of a sudden you see this fucking cult of kids with F's on their shirts. theres nothing special about that stupid fucking F! why do people buy that shit?


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: malinas on January 09, 2008, 10:49:53 PM
I'm really upset that there branching into skating.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: El Benito on January 09, 2008, 11:28:56 PM
yeah me too. whenever i see a skater wearing any kind of famous gear, i lose all respect for them.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: malinas on January 09, 2008, 11:42:25 PM
Especially anyone who would represent that sort of company.
I feel like we should stand anyone that is involved in that sort of tomfullery in a box and hold a mass execution. unfortunately it's not my say who lives and dies.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: The brycickle on January 10, 2008, 11:22:12 PM
That's not necessarily true.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 11, 2008, 04:24:27 AM
yeah. believe in yourself and anything is possible.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: taffy on January 21, 2008, 02:11:43 PM
how about you just skate and just don't give a shit  ::)


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 21, 2008, 11:02:13 PM
how about you just stop posting.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 21, 2008, 11:03:58 PM
and then after that, you could continue to stop posting.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: El Benito on January 22, 2008, 11:48:20 PM
how about you just skate and just don't give a shit  ::)
how bout i skate, and give a shit, cuz all that shit is ruining skateboarding.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: malinas on January 23, 2008, 12:40:12 AM
Really in order to fully be interested in something it helps to have common knowledge.
So by saying not to care is either ignorance or a really planned out process in which the skater doesn't see much pros and videos of the newest trends while growing up therefore having more of a funner and unique style. Since their influenced by classic skaters who where more aggro then trendy or fake. I see this type of approach from more southern or midwest skaters. In the case of Jason Adams he was moved by skaters like Duane Peters and more from that classic generation of greater skaters.
It's a breath of fresh air when I see kids like Ben Raybourn. Who have a more independent attitude and can base there own opinions. I always want to see more of those skaters.
For an example I live and have grown up in San Diego where there are few skaters that are focused purely on skating, so that gives me time to study and find out the most recent news. I don't want to be sucked into the whirlwind of bullshit, that is drinking and acting like an idiot, I'll leave that up to John Lupfer and Smolik. Instead I'd rather be a vigilante as far as having things to skate goes and actually build shit instead of having mommy buy it for me. When I'm not skating I'm finding out about skating. Developing my mind about what I'm fascinated with now and forever.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 23, 2008, 10:52:57 AM
how about you just skate and just don't give a shit  ::)
how bout i skate, and give a shit, cuz all that shit is ruining skateboarding.
nothing is gonna ruin skateboarding, because at the end of the day, skateboarding is just skateboarding.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: The brycickle on January 23, 2008, 03:21:57 PM
how about you just skate and just don't give a shit  ::)
how bout i skate, and give a shit, cuz all that shit is ruining skateboarding.
nothing is gonna ruin skateboarding, because at the end of the day, skateboarding is just skateboarding.
Fuck you dude!  I'm gonna ruin the shit out of skateboarding.  If I can ruin rape then I can ruin skateboarding, you know how fierce I am!


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 23, 2008, 03:46:03 PM
how about you just skate and just don't give a shit  ::)
how bout i skate, and give a shit, cuz all that shit is ruining skateboarding.
nothing is gonna ruin skateboarding, because at the end of the day, skateboarding is just skateboarding.
Fuck you dude!  I'm gonna ruin the shit out of skateboarding.  If I can ruin rape then I can ruin skateboarding, you know how fierce I am!
how fierce are you?


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: the WORMER on January 24, 2008, 07:04:06 PM
Really in order to fully be interested in something it helps to have common knowledge.
So by saying not to care is either ignorance or a really planned out process in which the skater doesn't see much pros and videos of the newest trends while growing up therefore having more of a funner and unique style. Since their influenced by classic skaters who where more aggro then trendy or fake. I see this type of approach from more southern or midwest skaters. In the case of Jason Adams he was moved by skaters like Duane Peters and more from that classic generation of greater skaters.
It's a breath of fresh air when I see kids like Ben Raybourn. Who have a more independent attitude and can base there own opinions. I always want to see more of those skaters.
For an example I live and have grown up in San Diego where there are few skaters that are focused purely on skating, so that gives me time to study and find out the most recent news. I don't want to be sucked into the whirlwind of bullshit, that is drinking and acting like an idiot, I'll leave that up to John Lupfer and Smolik. Instead I'd rather be a vigilante as far as having things to skate goes and actually build shit instead of having mommy buy it for me. When I'm not skating I'm finding out about skating. Developing my mind about what I'm fascinated with now and forever.

I used to like Duane Peters.  Then I found out he likes Ron Paul.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: malinas on January 25, 2008, 12:16:25 AM
then I found out he rides for a headphone company


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 25, 2008, 09:15:09 PM
lets not forget the vision street wear connections.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: mucklebutt on January 25, 2008, 10:07:14 PM
let's say fuck it he rips and always has...people need to make money..besides it's not like DP's pushing bagel bites and making shoes for wal mart


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: Hugh Jass on January 25, 2008, 10:43:11 PM
I've heard that those shoes are pretty decent.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 25, 2008, 11:08:54 PM
let's say fuck it he rips and always has...people need to make money..besides it's not like DP's pushing bagel bites and making shoes for wal mart
but something tells me he wouldn't turn any offers down...


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: mucklebutt on January 26, 2008, 12:56:35 PM
let's say fuck it he rips and always has...people need to make money..besides it's not like DP's pushing bagel bites and making shoes for wal mart
but something tells me he wouldn't turn any offers down...
could be true...it's not like Hurley is super punk rock


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 28, 2008, 12:43:01 PM
exactly. hurley is owned by nike.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: El Benito on January 29, 2008, 12:27:49 AM
Really in order to fully be interested in something it helps to have common knowledge.
So by saying not to care is either ignorance or a really planned out process in which the skater doesn't see much pros and videos of the newest trends while growing up therefore having more of a funner and unique style. Since their influenced by classic skaters who where more aggro then trendy or fake. I see this type of approach from more southern or midwest skaters. In the case of Jason Adams he was moved by skaters like Duane Peters and more from that classic generation of greater skaters.
It's a breath of fresh air when I see kids like Ben Raybourn. Who have a more independent attitude and can base there own opinions. I always want to see more of those skaters.
For an example I live and have grown up in San Diego where there are few skaters that are focused purely on skating, so that gives me time to study and find out the most recent news. I don't want to be sucked into the whirlwind of bullshit, that is drinking and acting like an idiot, I'll leave that up to John Lupfer and Smolik. Instead I'd rather be a vigilante as far as having things to skate goes and actually build shit instead of having mommy buy it for me. When I'm not skating I'm finding out about skating. Developing my mind about what I'm fascinated with now and forever.

I used to like Duane Peters.  Then I found out he likes Ron Paul.
how can you say that? ron paul is a badass, if i was 18 i would vote for that motherfucker.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 29, 2008, 03:49:30 AM
if you were 18, you might be smart enough to see through ron paul's bullshit.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: the WORMER on January 29, 2008, 08:18:22 PM
The basic Ron Paul voter is some rich asshole who whines and complains that he has to pay taxes to *gasp* help others!


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 29, 2008, 11:31:52 PM
^troof.^
ron paul is a goof. and has a pretty shady past.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: the WORMER on January 30, 2008, 08:51:08 PM
IE, anti-semitism and racism, to name two things.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: bailgun on January 31, 2008, 12:31:31 AM
and lets not forget hes a republican from texas....


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: Andato on January 31, 2008, 03:55:38 PM
Really in order to fully be interested in something it helps to have common knowledge.
So by saying not to care is either ignorance or a really planned out process in which the skater doesn't see much pros and videos of the newest trends while growing up therefore having more of a funner and unique style. Since their influenced by classic skaters who where more aggro then trendy or fake. I see this type of approach from more southern or midwest skaters. In the case of Jason Adams he was moved by skaters like Duane Peters and more from that classic generation of greater skaters.
It's a breath of fresh air when I see kids like Ben Raybourn. Who have a more independent attitude and can base there own opinions. I always want to see more of those skaters.
For an example I live and have grown up in San Diego where there are few skaters that are focused purely on skating, so that gives me time to study and find out the most recent news. I don't want to be sucked into the whirlwind of bullshit, that is drinking and acting like an idiot, I'll leave that up to John Lupfer and Smolik. Instead I'd rather be a vigilante as far as having things to skate goes and actually build shit instead of having mommy buy it for me. When I'm not skating I'm finding out about skating. Developing my mind about what I'm fascinated with now and forever.


you could've just said something to the effect of "i pay more attention to skateboarding than to the trends"  and it would've saved a minute or two of my life, instead you decided it would be nice to test my ADD and write a paragraph going into detail about something simple.  and don't hate on Smolik, it's not his fault he's white. :(


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: malinas on January 31, 2008, 11:50:18 PM
No brodog I know his brother and he's the complete opposite.
Total hesher, quite, listens to black metal, races drag cars, doesn't care how he looks, and doesn't really do drugs.
So it's obviously his choice to act like an inbreed wigger. Who goes way to slow.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: ZeroinyaAss on February 12, 2008, 04:04:43 AM
We like to tell people that wear Famous, "hey man, that's a pretty cool shirt". Of course they never get the sarcasm.


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: tony hawk on February 12, 2008, 04:17:19 PM
Really in order to fully be interested in something it helps to have common knowledge.
So by saying not to care is either ignorance or a really planned out process in which the skater doesn't see much pros and videos of the newest trends while growing up therefore having more of a funner and unique style. Since their influenced by classic skaters who where more aggro then trendy or fake. I see this type of approach from more southern or midwest skaters. In the case of Jason Adams he was moved by skaters like Duane Peters and more from that classic generation of greater skaters.
It's a breath of fresh air when I see kids like Ben Raybourn. Who have a more independent attitude and can base there own opinions. I always want to see more of those skaters.
For an example I live and have grown up in San Diego where there are few skaters that are focused purely on skating, so that gives me time to study and find out the most recent news. I don't want to be sucked into the whirlwind of bullshit, that is drinking and acting like an idiot, I'll leave that up to John Lupfer and Smolik. Instead I'd rather be a vigilante as far as having things to skate goes and actually build shit instead of having mommy buy it for me. When I'm not skating I'm finding out about skating. Developing my mind about what I'm fascinated with now and forever.
i never read long things. can you sum this up please?


Title: Re: Famous Stars And Straps
Post by: malinas on February 12, 2008, 04:41:12 PM
people that are deprived of things are valueless and trendy, turn out more capable of creating original things, whether on a skateboard or not.