Sunday, August 28, 2022

The Extra Phat Q&A Episode. August 28, 2022. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast

This week, Templeton Elliott, Mike Munzenrider, Patrick Kigongo, and Jason From Frozen in Carbonite are answering listener questions. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

We tried out a new recording method which is why the sound is different. It was also way more work so there are no show notes this week other than the link to Consent Is Rad. 

This week, Jason is stoked on Venture, new Politic edit with Ross Norman footage, House Of The Dragon, and dropping his son off at college.
Mike is stoked on his Bose bike speaker.
Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, Shin Sanbongi Adidas Campus ADVsWhatever Happened to the C86 Kids? An Indie Odyssey by Nige Tassell, time with family, and ARSENAL
Templeton is stoked on all our listeners and the Mostly Skateboarding crew.

1 comment:

Justin said...

This was a good episode. It is so tough to come up with best of lists on the spot or even with the time to think about things.

I never have questions about anything, even for the dentist after getting a crown put in the other day, but what's with the fascination over Plan B? Sure, they have/have had a top tier team over the decades, but most things about them are uninteresting to me.

Fun fact about the Plan B rectangle and circles logo, Carl Hyndman didn't just eyeball it. He proportionally sized and spaced the thing out with specific colors to use.

After following this podcast the last couple years as well as becoming weather obsessive, I now fully realize how amazing the weather is in my area. It never gets too hot or too cold, even with the occasional potential for heavy snow.

In the early Birdhouse Projects vids, Tony skated to Peter & The Test Tube Babies, Nitzer Ebb, and The Pixies. I have no earthly idea who he has skated to in the years since.

Frog is not cool enough to be Flying Nun. I'm forever ticked at Foundation for not using The Clean's "Odditty" in their Oddity video. Maybe it is for the best skateboarding hasn't delved into the finest of the New Zealand underground.

I agree that Gonz can be a bit much at times. I dig most of the Quasi graphics, which is the primary thing that appeals to me about the company.