miércoles, diciembre 31, 2008

viernes, diciembre 19, 2008




Hace ya tiempo puse unas cuantas fotos de esta chica, ke era vecina mia en Madrid...tiene nuevo Flickr, y os lo recomiendo, no tiene desperdicio...total teneis algo mejor que hacer? skate? con este tiempo me extrañaria asike a tragar!

martes, diciembre 16, 2008


Solo pà saludar y decir que estoy a punto de ponerme a trabajar en un articulo que espero que os mole sobre RS&2MDJ'S VS J... y eso, que os den por culo y aber si sale el sol...

lunes, diciembre 15, 2008

Ya que estamos

Philippe Amar, el ex team manager de Jart se fue a Shangai hace un poco mas de un año, y la verdad es que no se ha oido nada de el hasta entonces...Hace poco surgio en internet una parte suya con imagenes un poco viejas pero que siguen molando.Aqui os lo dejo

Oh y que sepais que el video Alien Worshop - Mindfields saldra el 6 de Febrero ( se supone)

Y que Jaime Fontecilla esta en Stereo!!! (aunque no se si le pega mucho...pero tampoco importa)

Esto con Franco no pasaba...

Se supone que estamos en crisis y todos nos preguntamos como la crisis afectara nuestra practica favorita, despues de comer, beber, dormir, follar y ver padre de familia despues de los simpsons.

Aqui tenemos un principio de respuesta. Taken from TheBerrics

Hey Steve Berra, You have been involved in the industry for a while now, so you seem like the right person to ask for this question my friend and I had. Everyone complains that economic variables are making their businesses die. How is the skateboarding industry affected similarly or differently than other industries? I wondered if you guys notice that a majority of consumers stopped buying skate shit or if there were enough core guys to keep the skies blue for the beloved scene.
Please share some of your insight with us Mr. Berra Thanks,
Thomas Dijkstra

"Great question, Thomas, and I hope the people who do read emails of the week actually read this as it's a very pressing issue in the industry currently. I'll give you the best answer I can based on a thinking mind and the data I have. Unfortunately the companies are already suffering, but in a completely different way than they did in the late 80s to mid 90s where we saw skateboarding practically cease to exist from what I believe to be two reasons. 1) it was considered a fad that would pass soon enough like Pee Wee Herman or the Rubik's Cube. 2) Many kids at the time had parents who did not have any history or connection with or to skateboarding and as a result probably didn't encourage their children to continue skating or even notice when they quit. Also, take into consideration that the people in mass media had no connection with it either. It simply didn't exist in their childhoods. The newspaper journalists that wrote for local papers like mine, The Omaha World Herald, knew nothing of skateboard culture so when they were making their "What's Hot, What's Not" list, the summer after skateboarding was hot turned out to be on the "Not" list just 365 days later. Currently, we are in the most severe economic downturn since the Great Depression. Interest in skateboarding has not waned, but the purchasing power of the individual due to the fact that our dollar is literally being destroyed by the Fed and the bailouts of U.S. corporations, has been cut severely. Prior to what we're experiencing now with the current TET (tough economic time), the board companies, which have been the foundation of the skateboard professional, were already suffering greatly due to blank boards and shop boards. Some board companies had already downsized over the past 5 years in upwards to 35% or more, if not go out of business altogether, due to the fact that the market was saturated with these blank boards and shop boards so coupled with the fact that now we are in such a tough spot, these companies that may have been able to pull through with enough reserves to keep their companies going may, indeed, go out of business. I understand why a kid buys a blank board, believe me, I was that kid on the opposite side of the baker's window. I know what it's like to want to skate and not be able to, so in this response I cannot provide an answer just yet. I can only encourage skaters to support the professionals and their brands that they like. The Berrics was started for this very reason, to support and give exposure to skateboard companies and skateboard professionals. You will never see Berrics boards, wheels, trucks, bearings, bolts, denim etc. because we are not interested in becoming a brand, we are interested in supporting brands and providing them with an outlet so that skaters may become interested in them, because, quite frankly, I would find it very boring if brands ceased to exist. In a nutshell, or maybe less, yes, we are definitely suffering, the entire country and the world is, and if we want to keep skateboarding around, we have to become more educated about this global economic crisis and how it was created because education is the only way we're going to see our way out of it and prevent it from happening again. We are skateboarders, we are many in number, and quite honestly, I think we can do something about it. More to come... -- sb"

Coming Soon...

jueves, diciembre 11, 2008

Random Shit Bitch!

Nate Broussard ha dejado SkateMental para volver a Roger Skateboards (ya sabes el antiguo bueno) y hay que reconocer que dejar una compania de la Girl family para volver con sus colegas tiene merito!!!!
Jereme Rogers yano esta en DVS, se habla de Nike Sb o Converse.
El Nijah Houston ha dejado Element para quizas Plan B...(ya que esta en Silver...)
Se rumorea Austin Stephens en Converse.

ya esta!


Por los derechos humanos

viernes, diciembre 05, 2008

The rain falls hard on a humdrum town

Os acordais de Chetos? Claro que si, quien podria olvidarle.

Todos los que le conocemos tenemos alguna anectodota de el con alcohol o potando...o haciendo feebles o locuras...

En fin Serafin, como dice una, Chetos acaba de ingresar el team de BD Skateshop y BD Skateboards !! Y a mi Que? Pues nada enhorabuena tio!!! Y a ver si nos vemos para patinar el proximo dia de sol ( en 2 o 3 meses...)

jueves, diciembre 04, 2008

No tenemos sol pero tenemos ideas...

Los de Korkom (hondarribi) han sacado una nueva produccion integralmente grabada en su antro : Soroeta ( a.k.a. solopeta o cockailandia...).El año 2008 ha sido muy importante para ellos ya que ademas de poner chapas de metal en los bordillos pusieron unos banks y un wallride.Aqui teneis unas imagenes que se han podido grabar este año sobre todo por parte de Alberto Legarda (a.k.a Moro) y Aitzol Iraola.

Hablando de grabar que sepais que el proyecto visual de Jabat esta Work In Progress como se dice y lo unico que os podemos desvelar es que habra nuevos trucos jamas vistos (en serio!) y procuraremos patinar lo mas sketchy posible...

lunes, diciembre 01, 2008


Nada, que el viernes me mudo a Hondarribi, uuuuuh el otro dia hablandolo con Alex D.S, me dijo que tuviese cuidao, que el shock cultural puede ser desconcertante...no se, pero lo ke si se, es ke voy a echar de menos los 2 pelicanos de mi vecina de atras (que esta un poco de la oya ya que vive sola con 3 o 4 perros, uno de ellos es un chihuahua)
Bye bye Hendaya...


Puto tiempo de mierda.................