Burnout: A Series Of Sneaths
Posted:June 10th, 2009
Breakfast with Willow.
I think he’s a little nervous about Wallenberg.
Over to the mag.
It’s fun to find the first Thrasher you ever saw.
For some that goes back farther than others.
Convertito with the W-Berg schematic.
Sally V, all alone. Just doesn’t seem right ….
That’s more like it - in a Latino sandwich!
Somebody sent in a lovely painting of Fausto. RIP.
The Slap monkeys, as Jake calls them.
Guess whose rancid flesh wound …
P-Stone. It’s actually much better than it was.
Hidden treasures in the back issues in the basement.
P-Stone catches an indy bone over Turtles in the early ’90s.
In his video cave. Is there a mini-fridge in there?
Shopping spree at the warehouse.
Joe Brook played tour guide for the afternoon.
Tight bros from way back.
Pouring over Joe’s spot leaflets.
The fabulous Sneath Ditch.
Rowley put in some work at this one.
Well worth it.
Clipper at dusk.
From out of nowhere - Adam Dyet!
Always down to share his jellybeans.
Back at the hotel.
Is this what they mean when they talk about what goes on ‘behind closed doors?’
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