Sunday, April 23, 2023

Skate Video Series And The Environment. April 23, 2023. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast.

This week, Templeton Elliott, Mike Munzenrider, and Jason From Frozen In Carbonite are talking about the environment and skate video series. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

Glasgow's Riverside Museum skate space
Slash's cab front nose on Clipper

This week, Jason is stoked on Venture Trucks, NBA playoffs, Alexis Sablone pro model shoe, and Heads up! Out of South Korea.
Mike is stoked on his daughter ditching training wheels, some Timberwolves related work for the local alt-weekly site, doing a fakie 360 flip on a bank, and episodes of In Our Time about Ottoman sieges–Constantinople, Vienna and Malta.
Templeton is stoked on skating Eggs in Boston and walking 25,000 steps two days in a row in Boston.

1 comment:

Justin said...

Every week some yokel crank writes a letter to the editor that says solar panels are bad and denies climate change. I'm not really holding out much hope for any sort of livable planet going forward.

I always hated that aspect where they would build a park for a dumb contest and then demolish it. You're probably right about the zoning and construction requirements.

Wood ramps are the way to go. Plus you can tick off hardcore concrete enthusiasts by saying you're building ledges and launch ramps.

I thought I was the only one bothered by the sound of rattling rails. I'm keeping my riser pads, earth be damned.

The CKY series. LOL.

How many volume ones have existed without a follow up volume two? Numbered sequels bother me a ton, especially for albums. Like don't even burden a creative project by calling it a VOL. I.

Josh Stewart's Static series comes to mind, but I'm not sure how many of those I've seen. The combo DVD set for Five and Six is really good, although I haven't watched it in a long time. I like how Grains has made sequels without really resorting to numbering.