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YO MERO.........its happened son

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am i the only one that thinks there are far too many wu-tang remixes?

 

Your the only one.

 

 

Hahaha

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WU TANG VERSUS I PAD

 

WU TANG VERSUS A RAINY DAY

 

WU TANG VERSUS DOOR STOPPERS

 

WU TANG VERSUS WU TANG

 

WU TANG VERSUS TANG (NASA SHIT)

 

WU TANG VERSUS A BAD HAIR DAY

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My boy interviewed Ian McKaye back in the day, and after the interview the topic of skateboarding came up.

Some of you probably know that Ian used to skate with Henry Rollins back in the early 80's, so you'd expect him to have something to say about skateboarding.

What he said was basically skateboarders are a bunch of punk ass vandals who destroy property and that he agree's with the police cracking down on skateboarding at Pulaski park/Freedom Plaza.

 

"What I can say about skateboarding is that I really learned how to reassign properties to the world around me. This was not a conscious practice, but still it was occurring. Suddenly the weather means something completely different to you. Swimming pools take on a new potential reality. You’re not just taking a swim anymore. If you go into a parking lot and there’s a little bank on the side of it, you make a mental note of it. The surface of the streets, are they rough or smooth? There are any number of lines that you start to see.

 

I think when skaters walk down the street, they’re looking at it with an entirely different grid in their minds. I think this practice enabled me to redefine the world around me—to take what was given and then readjust it to make it work. When I got into music, specifically punk rock, that sort of redefinition was central. I would look at a situation, the circumstances that had been presented, and think, “Okay, I’m just going to change all of this, or at least change the way I’m thinking about it.” I come at things from a different place, and I think that’s something I really developed through skating.

 

To this day I swim to the bottom of swimming pools just to check out the transition."

 

Bald-ass dick.

 

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^Can you give me a link to where he said all that?

I would love to forward it to my boy and see what kind of argument I can provoke. :lol:

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I hope they bring out a clothing line so I can rock that shit to my local Centrelink when I go to put the form in.

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this is terrible.....

 

however!

 

LOL @ DAO listening to Coldplay though

 

I do NOT listen to coldplay.

Or radiohead.

 

I just don't live under a rock.

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I do NOT listen to coldplay.

Or radiohead.

 

I just don't live under a rock.

 

 

:rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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