Sunday, May 07, 2023

Skateboarding’s New Rules and Griffin Gass. May 6, 2023. Mostly Skateboarding Podcast

This week, Templeton Elliott, Mike Munzenrider, and Patrick Kigongo talk about The Village Psychic's Skateboarding's New Rules and Griffin Gass's new part, Orca Card. Listen here and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify.

NY Mag's New Rules
Johnny Purcell Nova Scotia part
Doumars in Norfolk, VA
Seattle's Orca Card
CJ Tambornino in Boondoggle
Kyle Yanagimoto in the Color Video

This week, Patrick is stoked on Spitfire Wheels, Sam Narvaez’s new part Para Mi Hermano and Jenkem One Sheet, Alexis Sablone’s new shoe, P-Rod x Fender Don’t Quit Your Daydream, Spring cleaning, Forties Clothing video, and meeting Bun B on Melrose.
Mike is stoked on Using ice for pain relief, getting a clip roughly 2 hours ago, The Diplomat on Netflix.
Templeton is stoked on putting some Heath Kirchart raw files on YouTube and Mostly Skateboarding logo rips.

1 comment:

Justin said...

I only skimmed the rules article the first time and it didn't make sense. It was better after a proper reading.

I can never tell what a board is like until it is set up with trucks and wheels. Hence, my fondness for numbers. There aren't any skate shops close to me per se so I don't get the hands on experience. That one time when I had a shop to go to, I would still measure.

I'm happy when other people are wearing headphones at the park. It means I don't have to talk to them. I can't skate with headphones since I grew up in the age of Walkmans that didn't fit in your pocket plus I like to hear the sound of the board. I'm amused by whatever rock the skate dads will play, even if it is torture.

Weren't Heath Kirchart and Jeremy Klein big fans of fancy steaks?

Utz makes some fine potato chips. I don't really eat snacks any more, but I'll grab a bag of their chips when I do.

I was most impressed that Griffin skated in Telfords. I wanted that shoe to be good. It wasn't. They were too snug and padded in the heel, too thin in the toes. It stinks because it looks like a shoe I would like that comes in some decent colors.

I feel we're forgetting a whole bunch of Seattle skaters. I'm kind of drawing a blank, too.