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Monday, 22 June 2009 04:09

Black Label Day In SJ

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Posted: June 22, 2009

GOD SAVE THE LABEL
Photos & words: Schmitty | Video: P-Stone

The Black Label van took it up North Friday night to the home of The Kid Jason Adams and Peter Raffin to premiere their new video, God Save The Label. P-Stone went down early to skate with Jason and some of the bros, and then we all went to the Blank Club to check out the video and tilt back some bevies.

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P-Stone got down to SJ early and got a tour of the town from Jason Adams.

First stop, Louie Barletta's mini.


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Nagy almost forgot the video, no big deal.

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Jai Tanju and his special lady friend.

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Curb talk with John Lucero and the Kid.

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Adam Alfaro loves Coke.

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Chet, Korrine, Schmitty, and Blaire.

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Showtime!


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Maine ingredients: Ben Skrzypek, Shawn Connolly, and Dan Drehobl.


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The old broken bottle tribute to Brewce Martin.


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Shirts off party for Peter Raffin.


Some Label interbrews







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Old pals, P-Stone gives props to Chet who filmed his whole part at Burnside.


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Outside the bar, some kid got on his knees to praise Corpsey. Just another night in SJ...

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